Monday, March 25, 2013

Kalorik Rollie Review & Giveaway




I'm about to show you one of those products that you may think "that is silly", but in reality it's pretty darn awesome!!
Kalorik has recently come out with the Rollie and it's a pretty neat little item. I got to try it out and review it for you!

It comes with the main rollie cooker, a skewer and a tool to push down food. 
This was our first recipe with tortillas, eggs, cheddar and a bit of hot sauce. 

We took the eggs, cheddar and hot sauce and mixed them up well in a bowl.
 Red light tells you it's on and the green light tells you it's ready for food.
 Cut the tortilla to size and then place in the rollie and then pour in your egg mix.
 Sometimes it overflowed a bit.
 and you have a lovely breakfast roll.
 Yummy right?
You can cook many things in the Rollie. You could do like pigs in a blanket with a hot dog/sausage) and cornbread mix. OR sausage with pancake mix for a nice breakfast treat. Just make up pancake batter, then pour directly into the chamber and then take the skewer and stick it through the sausage, then place it into the rollie and let it sit there until it cooks. 

Sometimes food pops out of the chamber when it's done, but usually it doesn't and you can just pour it out. 

The rollie is super easy to clean. Since you spray it with cooking spray before using it it just rinses up perfectly, but it also comes with a brush to help you clean it (like a bottle brush).

This is a vertical grill and although it does seem a bit silly, this thing is super amazing. Plus it's small and doesn't take up space so it fits nicely right inside a cabinet of mine. 

Here is the Rollie Commercial.


Price: $29.99 on their website here. It's really a great price for such a convenient little item.

Overall: ***** love this little device and have used it many times already.
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from Kalorik in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to Kalorik for allowing me to review this product and for offering a giveaway




28 comments:


mascaraordie said...

oh my gosh, how have i never heard of this before?! i'd make something with tortillas and melted cheese. thanks for introducing!!


katychick said...

wow- very interesting- i would make a ham and cheese roll
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Tj and Amy said...

my girls love corn dogs so we would do that first. amypugmire@live.com


eclairre said...

Ham and cheese roll


Marti Parks said...

I would make a ham and cheese omelette.


Veann Grigajtis said...

I would make crepes or rolled enchiladas.


one frugal lady said...

breakfast tortillas! yum!
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vrtish55 said...

Ham and cheese rollie. Sounds like an awesome gadget to try so many different fillings with.


sally0630 said...

i would like to try pancakes or some kind of cake or dessert of some kind. snack size. would love to try this never heard of it before.


Sonya Sanderson said...

I will make eggs in it


bison61 said...

this is a new product to me-the boys love corn dogs

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Nikki Krutz said...

the first thing i would try is regular eggs


Jody Sisson said...

I want to try Bacon, Egg and cheese.


Elaine Bolduc said...

i would try to make small cakes in this


Laurie Bolduc said...

I would try eggs with cheese for sure


calvad said...

I will make french toast! deana c


bc said...

Just simple eggs roll with chopped ham!


Heidi Araujo said...

Bacon and eggs


Sarah V said...

I would probably try the eggs but also some time of tortilla meal!


cassandra said...

I would make a fajita roll!
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Becca said...

I would love to make omelets, pancakes or maybe even brownies :)


Aline Grigorian said...

Your breakfast roll looks good. Anything easy!


Angela Anzhelika Yeremenko said...

Bacon, egg and cheese roll sounds good!


amanda Phillips said...

I think I'd like to take a spicy black bean burger patty from Morning Star Farms and crumble it up inside a tortilla with dairy-free cheese in it. This thing sound like it would be perfect to take to work with me for lunches!


Kim (Randominities) said...

I think I'd make a cheesy egg in this.


sottovoce said...

A cheese omelet sounds yummy. :-) Thank you.


Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

ham and cheese with bacon omelet
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Susan Smoaks said...

i will make egg rolls and wontons!

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