In a carnival world where just about everything from chicken to butter can be eaten “on a stick”, it was only a matter of time before the fad made its way to your kitchen. Now I’m not particularly talented at making eggs either, although rarely have I faced the issues plaguing these poor people. However, who can argue with “vertical cooking technology”? The Rollie contains an internal cylindrical non-stick cooking surface, surrounded by heating elements. Crack a few eggs into the top of the Rollie and minutes later, an egg cylinder will rise out. By inserting a skewer during the cooking process, the egg will adhere to the stick and ease removal, keeping your hands clean. I can’t quite wrap my head around eating an egg tube, but college-me would have probably loved having a quick and clean way to make breakfast, especially in a very limited dorm situation. The Rollie egg maker is available for $29.99.
How do you take your eggs–on a stick?
Previous post: Spikenzie Labs Useless Machine review