Barbara's Beat: You can get a $29.99 White Rollie EggMaster 10/25

Sunday, October 6, 2013

You can get a $29.99 White Rollie EggMaster 10/25

Rollie Eggmaster Review and Giveaway

Sponsored by: Rollie Eggmaster by Kalorik
We have breakfast at least five days a week at home. On days that includes eggs, it may take a little longer to prepare. But with this giveaway it makes it easy.

Living Frugal in Georgia is always looking for new ways to make cooking easier and the Rollie has provided one for her. She's not a big egg eater, but knowing that the Rollie Eggmaster cooks more than just eggs is a plus. With the Rollie Eggmaster cooking everything in the center compartment housing, she just throws different kinds of food in there and it “pops” up on a stick. Her favorite item that she's made so far in the Rollie is a pancake sausage. The pancake was cooked perfectly around the sausage. She knows she wouldn't have been able to do that without a Rollie.

She has also cooked eggs for her husband in the Rollie. They turned out perfectly. She said it is fun that you can eat it on a stick and it also makes it easier when her husband is on the go. 

With the provided "bottle brush" clean up it's a breeze and since she sprays 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. It would even be safe enough to let kids get involved and help cook. The only thing she doesn't like about the Rollie is the length of the cord. It is an average size cord being 24½ inches long, but she still would like it to be a little longer.

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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. Good Luck!

Disclosure: This blog 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

1 comment :

Lisa F. said...

You're not supposed to use more than two large eggs at one time.