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Valentine’s Day Breakfast in the Rollie

A rolled cooked omelette on a green plate with a fork.

The Rollie Vertical Grill is a great idea. Crack an egg into the aluminum nonstick chamber and as the egg cooks, it will pop up out of the top. The nice red color is perfect for Valentine’s Day, so we thought “Why not?”

DSC_0730Now, we will be the first to admit that we are little unsure of the whole thing at first so we ordered one for the Ginny’s House and just had to try it out. What a pleasant surprise! Many of us thought that since the egg comes out in a tube shape, that the texture would be off or it would taste different. But really, it was awesome and we really enjoyed it! We cut up green onions, green peppers, red peppers and had crumbled breakfast sausage, bacon, and cheese to add to these omelets in a tube as it cooked.

DSC_0732The skewer is really helpful in the cooking process because it helps pull the egg from the Rollie after it starts to pop out of the top. The best part about the Rollie is that once you add your egg and ingredients, you can let it go for the 6-8 recommended minutes and come back to a finished breakfast. No babysitting required!

We all took turns making our breakfast in the Rollie, each with a little different mix of ingredients. It’s also nice because you can have a perfectly cooked omelet without flipping or the mess.

DSC_0776The Rollie would be great for making breakfast burritos, too. Just add the tortilla! Clean up was unbelievably easy with the cleaning brush that came in the box and it’s easy to store since it’s not much bigger than a coffee mug. The manual is full of other great recipes and it’d be fun to make up your own too! We can’t wait to try to make a chocolate chip cookie in the Rollie Vertical Grill. What would you like to try?

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Published on Feb 14 2014

Last Updated on Nov 01 2018

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