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Mini Waffle Maker Makes The Most Adorable Heart-Shaped Treats

It's only $12!

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Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and if you’re looking for a special treat to serve to your sweetheart for the holiday, check out this adorable mini waffle maker that makes cute heart-shaped waffles. The Dash heart mini waffle maker is available for purchase online for $11.99, a 20% markdown from an original price of $14.99.

It’s also sold at other retailers, such as Crate & Barrel, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target, and Amazon.com.

The 4-inch non-stick surface is perfect for making tiny heart-shaped waffles as well as a variety of other tasty treats, such as hash browns, paninis and biscuit pizzas. No setup is required, and its small size makes it a breeze to both clean and store.

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How cute!

Heart-shaped waffles with strawberry syrup served up to your Valentine would make for such a thoughtful and sweet gesture for the holiday. To make it more meaningful, make it breakfast in bed. Get even more creative and make the meal extra-festive by adding red food coloring to the waffles or some red and pink sprinkles.

The waffle maker comes with a book of recipes, so you’ll never run out of ideas for fun heart-shaped snacks. Nothing says “I love you” like homemade food!

Dash makes a number of other mini appliances to add to your kitchen collection, like this mini pie maker that’s perfect for making individualized pies to gift to family and friends.

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Throw a sundae social and serve your ice cream creations in homemade waffle bowls with the help of this mini waffle bowl maker. You can also use it to turn tortillas into mini taco bowls.

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The mini maker grill is the best way to make a burger, grilled cheese, panini or breakfast sandwich for one.

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Food is just a little bit more fun when it’s in miniature form — wouldn’t you agree?