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( 18 product reviews )
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LOVE this iron!!
Posted by Natalie (Magistrale) Taylor, Dec 10, 2018
Had one monogrammed and gave it to my parents as a Christmas gift last year and it was a huge hit!!!
Your staff was wonderful to work with and the iron makes a beautiful pizzelle in record time!!!
Best Pizelle Iron
Posted by Annette Sherman, Dec 9, 2018
For years I used the Maid of Scandinavia Iron. A few years ago, I bought a Palmer . It's by far the best!
The secret is to preheat for 15 min! Our Pizelle making has been a family tradition since the early 1900s.
I am 3rd generation so it continues to be a family affair with all the kids . We have 4 irons cooking at
once, making over 300 Pizelles. I hope to replace the rest of our irons with Palmers too !
Makes Great Pizzelles!!!!
Posted by Unknown, Nov 29, 2018
I purchase this iron to replace my old one. This is the best iron ever. I will never go back to my old iron,
again. Makes wonderful Pizzelles.
Best iron ever
Posted by Diane, Dec 5, 2017
I have been using this iron for 12 years. It belonged to my mother , she used it for at least 30 years prior
to me. It has never given me any trouble and made great Pizzelle cookies.
Posted by Gary, Aug 3, 2017
awesome pizzelle iron made in the US of A!!!
The only iron you will ever need !
Posted by Steve, Jan 14, 2017
I have used various pizzelle irons since the early 1960s. I used to swear by Vitantonio (no longer
available) but the Palmer has retired my 5 other V irons (including one from my Grandmother) which is
over 60 yrs old.
There is a little more texture than the V iron, but the little clip is a godsend when you are making
hundreds at a run around the holidays. I prefer the added texture on the cookie.
I cannot recommend this iron highly enough. Solidly built, and with parts available if anything should
break. Try finding that ANYWHERE else !
I have easily put over 80 batches of dough thru this iron in the past 4 years. NO issues whatsoever. I only
wish I would have found the iron sooner, but you can bet all of my kids and God willing grandkids will
have their own to pass down.
Sticky, no heat indicator
Posted by Unknown, Dec 21, 2015
This is not my grandmother's pizzelle iron. I tried repeatedly to get the pizzelles not to stick using
shortening, like the directions say. There is no light indicating when the iron is ready (certainly an old
technology that could have been included). I can't get the cookies not to stick to the iron. And once they
stick, good luck getting the batter out of all those nooks and crannies.
Posted by Unknown, Dec 17, 2015
We always used a Villaware iron but when it broke we purchased a model 1000 at Salino's in Reading Pa.
It works perfectly, even better even heating of cookies than my old one. Thanks for a great product!!!!
Solid craftmanship and great customer service
Posted by Chris, Jan 15, 2015
I purchased the Pizzelle Maker (Model 1000) and had it customized. This is such a unique option. I had
never tried Palmer before but had tried other irons made in Italy. I was very pleased that this is such a
solid, strong piece of equipment. It heats evenly and is easy to use. Customer service from Ms. Smouse
was exceptional. I am very pleased that this product is made in the USA, too. I would definitely
recommend this iron. I just might have to purchase another one!
Palmer, the acme of pizzelle makers
Posted by Stash Pawlinski, Nov 18, 2014
Love pizzelles !!
Using my grandmother's...over 30 years old.
Bought a new one to make four at a time !!
great product...great tradition.
Palmer...Simply The Best !!!
Posted by Christine Pizzi, May 27, 2014
I've been making pizzelles for 50 years starting with my grandmother's long handled on the burner one
at a time. Then my mother bought a Palmers in the 1960'a. She is 86 has 2 Palmers and makes 4 pizzelles
at a time. I have my Palmer, given to me by Mom and I make them all year round - by demand from my
daughters and grandkids. It is the best - if only the name was "PALMERINI"!!!!
Choose Only the Best
Posted by Dorothy Rozzi Belknap, Jan 8, 2014
The Palmer is the definitive pizzelle iron. You are ill-advised if someone suggests another manufacturer.
My sister gave me mine 1972. The cord did wear out after 20 years, but I did not hesitate to reorder. Our
5 grandkids are now in their 20s, so I have gifted them each one of their own. Now that we live afar, they
will joyfully make their own holiday specialty - the pizzelle.
Gluten Free Pizzelles YUM !!
Posted by Nora, Dec 20, 2013
I bought your #1000 pizzelle maker when I found a gluten free recipe to make them. I followed your
instructions to heat maker 15 minutes and coat with shortening. They came out so delicious , never stuck
to the iron and came out nice and thin and crispy ! Thanks for an awesome pizzelle iron !
Posted by Tiner909, Dec 19, 2013
My mom has had my grammas iron as long as I can remember!I have my husbands grammas iron and
use it every holiday. Best product, lasts forever! I am buying one just to have in case something happens
to mine, and to have for my daughter!
Iron will last forever!!!!
Posted by Gabrielle, Dec 4, 2013
It is a tradition in my Italian family that we receive this as a wedding gift from our parents. My mother
received a Palmer in 1966 and still uses the same one today. I received mine in 1996 and it is still going
strong. I remember Pizzelles as a great Italian tradition during the holidays. My children cannot wait for
me to start making them. Palmer is THE ONLY BRAND to buy. I bought a Villaware iron that makes 3
small pizzelles at a time. I hate it! It just sits in the cupboard. Villaware is hard to use and doesn't make
perfect Pizzelles like the PALMER!!!
Posted by Mary Sue, Nov 26, 2013
I've had mine 20+ years have bought other models to speed up the making but they don't compare -
got mine at the Pennsylvania Macaroni Co. in Pittsburgh PA - Love it!
32 years old and still works
Posted by SVM, Mar 10, 2013
I received this from my grandmother. She received it from my grandfather in 1981 as a gift. My
grandmother would always make the cookies around the holidays when we were little and was still
making them up to this past Christmas 2012!
Over 26 years old and still cooking !!!!!
Posted by Mer, Dec 21, 2012
I inherited this pizzelle from my mother over 26 years ago and she used it many years before that. My
husband and I make 12 dozen of pizzelles a couple times a year. I will definitely replace it with another
Palmer (USA) when and if this one no longer works.