I love fun kitchen gadgets and I love them even more when they make food more appealing and fun for the kids. The Rollie™ EggMaster is a clever new kitchen appliance also known as the “vertical grill.” The Rollie includes coutertop cooker, cleaning brush, 5 wooden skewers, packing rod and recipe/instruction book.
What's a Rollie™
Basically the Rollie™ is a cylindrical device that uses "vertical cooking technology" to create tube-shaped eggs. And if you’re a fan of food on a stick – hey, maybe you are- the Rollie also cooks perfectly formed tube shaped eggs on a stick without the user ever having to lift a finger.
How to use the Rollie™
You want to make sure the chamber is sprayed with non-stick cooking spray before every use, this is important. Now just crack, pour, and wait. When it's done, the device pushes out the finished product, automatically popping it up, hot and ready to eat eggs.
While it’s not the most appealing way I’ve ever eaten, or even made an egg, the kids seem to love it. And I have to admit I also get a kick or watching the eggs “worm” their way out.
The Rollie™ comes with lots of tasty recipes, from Pizza Rollies to Cinnamon Rollies for dessert. For purpose of this review I made the Rollie Breakfast Burrito - since I typically enjoy a breakfast burrito in the morning.
For the Rollie Breakfast Burrito I needed:
- 1 large egg
- 1 tortilla/wrap
- 1 chopped precooked bacon strip
- 1 tablespoon of shredded cheese
- Preheat the Rollie™. The red/orange Led light appears to let you know the Rollie™ is heating up, when the green light turns on your Rollie™ is ready for use
- Spray the Rollie™ cooking chamber with non-stick oil spray
- Mix ingredients together in a medium size bowl
- Cut the wrap into a 4 by 6” square piece; roll into tube shape and inset into cooking chamber.Pour the Mixed ingredients into the cooking chamber
- Cook for about 8 minutes. At the end of the cooking time you should note the egg burrito starting to pop out. Simply tilt the chamber to completely remove “burrito.” When cooked right the egg, burrito etc. should slide right out.
For additional Rollie recipe check out their live recipe guide.
As you can see the Rollie™ is certainly interesting. And while eggs on a stick might not appeal to everyone, some of the secondary Rollie recipes like Pizza Stick Rollies, Ham & Cheese Rollies and so on, sound amazing.
My kids think the tube shaped eggs are quite fun and enjoying dipping them into a side of ketchup and even hot sauce in the case of my oldest son. While they may not be typically shaped, they certainly tasted great to me.
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