Rollie Eggmaster Review and Giveaway
Sponsored by: Rollie Eggmaster by Kalorik
Hosted by: Living Frugal in Georgia
Co-Hosted by: Ceva de umplut timpul | Something to fill the time
I am always looking for new ways to make cooking easier around the house and the Rollie has provided one for me. I am not a big egg eater but knowing that the Rollie Eggmaster cooks more than just eggs is a plus for me. With the Rollie Eggmaster cooking everything in the center compartment housing I just throw different kinds of food in there and it “pops” up on a stick. My favorite item that I have made so far in the Rollie is a pancake sausage. The pancake was cooked perfectly around the sausage. I know I wouldn't have been able to do that without my Rollie.
I have also cooked eggs for my husband in the Rollie. They turned out perfectly. I think it is fun that you can eat it on a stick and it also makes it easier when my husband is on the go. With the provided "bottle brush" clean up is a breeze and since I spray it with nonstick spray there is nothing left over to scrub.
The Rollie would be great to take on trips as it does not take up much space and cooks fast. I think it would even be safe enough to let kids get involved and help cook. The only thing I don't like about the Rollie is the length of the cord. It is an average size cord being 24½ inches long but I still would like to be a little longer.Rollie Infomercial: Check out some "Rollie" recipes here:
Want a FREE Rollie? Rollie has offered to give one reader a FREE White Rollie EggMaster ($29.99 value.) This giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. 18+ years of age. Please use the Giveaway Tools application below to enter for your chance to win. Thank you for joining us. Everyone wants to win a prize, and this just may be your chance! I do not get anything for having these giveaways for my readers, but I like to enter contests so I assume you do too- especially since you are reading this. I offer contests/giveaways to attract new readers to Heart of a Philanthropist. If you like them, and want more coming, then share with your friends and family so I can continue to offer them. Other bloggers who include me have requirements, such as "You must have 2000 original users monthly in order to participate." That means a few things... In order to continue offering contests, I have to have lots of readers AND if I have lots of readers, there are more opportunities for you to enter! Thanks again for stopping by. Good luck, and God Bless!
Disclosure: Heart of a Philanthropist was not compensated for this post and is not responsible for shipment of prize. The sponsor is responsible for shipment. Rachel from Living Frugal in Georgia was provided a Rollie Eggmaster from Kalorik in exchange for her honest review. This review/giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or any other social network. If you have any questions please email Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org