A Krups waffle iron can make delicious Belgian waffles in as little as four minutes. The machine's easy to use design makes this seemingly arduous task quite simple. A preheat light indicates the machine is ready for waffles and a second light indicates when the waffles are finished. Non-stick plates make cleaning the Krups waffle iron an easy task. With this type of design, the instructions for the Krups waffle iron are straightforward.
Wipe down the inside of the waffle iron with a slightly damp cloth to remove any dust or debris.
Place the Krups waffle iron on an even, flat surface. Close the lid and do not latch. Plug the power cord into a wall socket taking care not to overextend the cord. Allow the unit to preheat until the "Ready" light is off.
Open the lid and pour waffle batter into each plate, taking care to not overfill. Close the lid and do not latch -- the design allows the waffles to expand and become fluffy.
Cook for about four to six minutes or until the color and texture reach the desired level. The ready light will go off and on during cooking; this does not indicate that the waffles are ready. Different batters and recipes will have different cooking times.