I make up a big batch of waffles periodically, eat a few, and freeze the rest. When I want a waffle, or have company and they want waffles, I can just pull out one or more and toast them up. They taste as fresh, and I like them better than store bought waffles. I started looking around earlier at waffle recipes, and I came across this article about oven baked waffles, which I'd never heard of. I think it sounds interesting, especially for those who haven't invested in a waffle iron. Not everyone wants a bunch of small kitchen appliances lying around taking up space, and I'm sure this mold is a lot more lightweight than my waffler. If I didn't have my waffle iron, I might consider buying this, and if I did, I'd probably buy a few of them, so I could make even more at one time. Have you ever baked waffles? Would you try using a mold like this? It mentions that one side doesn't have the holes, but since one side lies flat on your plate, that probably doesn't matter. I do like having the butter and syrup snuggle into the holes, but one side of holes is all I'd really need.