Breakfast, lunch or dinner made easy with Rollie, review/giveaway


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I try to instill in my children a sense of responsibility. Whether it is washing dishes or picking up their toys, each task builds them into self sufficient little men. Still there are a few tasks where the kids need supervision. While I enjoy the kids cooking with me, there are days when I want simple, easy and fast. The Rollie provides a great solution. 
The Rollie is vertical grill. Known for expertly cooking eggs, the Rollie offers a simple, efficient way to cook. Whether you want easy or healthy, the Rollie has breakfast, lunch dinner or even a snack covered. 

The Rollie Grill features:
1. Cooking Chamber: allows you to cook up to 2 large eggs at one time and has a non-stick coating making it easy to clean and operate. 
2. Cool-touch Handling Surface: the unique silicone rubber section of the appliance is a heat insulator for safe handling. 
3. Indicator Lights: when power is on, the red light will turn on. When the Rollie is ready, the green light will turn on. 
4. The multipurpose "packer" rid enables you to also use the Rollie Grill with meat or batter. 
5. Rollie can be used to cook using skewers. 
6. Cleaning brush is included. 

While eggs are easy to cook in the Rollie, my kids like making sweeter options. If I let them, the kids would eat Nutella every day. There is something about that hazelnut spread that makes their eyes light up. 


In the Rollie recipe book, the kids instantly found the Chocolate Banana Rollie. The recipe calls for crescent dough, Nutella and bananas. Of course, the kids wanted this snack NOW. Unfortunately, I had 1 of the three ingredients. Like any good cook, and resourceful mom, I changed up the recipe to fit my ingredients. We did a tortilla chocolate pear Rollie. 

The concept is simple. Slice the tortilla into strips. One each strip spread some Nutella. Place a slice of pear in the tortilla. Fold and insert into the Rollie which has been sprayed with non-stick spray. Cook for a few minutes. The result is a sweet yet slightly tart treat. It is the perfect compliment to warm summer day (add a little ice cream for a decadent treat). 
Do you need some Rollie inspiration?  Check out these Rollie live recipe guide or the Rollie commercial.

The Rollie retails for $29.99.

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Disclosure: I received this product to review and to giveaway. All opinions are my own. I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

21 comments:

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  2. I will have to try the recipe with nutella. Thanks for posting!

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  3. I'd make eggs with sausage inside for my son.

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  4. My son loves Nutella so I would try that for sure!

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  5. A western omelette

    Ladyblueeyez1960 (at)(aol)(dot)(com)

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  6. I think I would make a ham and cheese omelet.

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  7. I saw cinnamon rolls and would love to try that!

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  8. I think the basic rollie egg looks fun and easy for quick breakfasts.

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  9. I would make an egg in the rollie, although the cinnamon rolls look really good, too.

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  10. I would make an apple cinnamon roll.

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  11. I'd make eggs with cheese and vegetables

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  12. I would make rollie omlets. This gadget looks so cool and I want to try it :) KMillheim609@aol.com

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  13. I would make eggs and have fun making a different fun breakfast every morning

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  14. I'm in love with omelets :) myamurphy@mail.com

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  15. Just hard boiled eggs would be great.

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