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Eggs-actly how we roll

Eggs-actly how we roll


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but when you’re on the go it can be hard to find the time to stop for a nutritious brekkie. On the sunny side up, there’s now a solution! Introducing the Rollie EggMaster, an easy and simple-to-use appliance that’s perfect for busy lifestyles - allowing you to create an easy, healthy breakfast or snack, without the fuss.

The Rollie is a small benchtop appliance that uses a non-stick surface surrounded by a heating element to cook eggs and other nibbles in a fun rolled shape that’s sure to make you smile. Spray the cooking cylinder with oil, crack eggs and other ingredients into the vertical grill and the Rollie will do the rest! When done, the cooked snack will rise – it’s that simple!

Why not try an omelet, or even Rollie French Toast for a delicious weekend treat? Eggs-periment a little... You can make everything from breakfast burritos, to pizza sticks and even Rollie egg whites for a tasty and healthy protein hit. It’s so easy, even the kids can use it to try their hand at a Rollie creation.

Making a nutritious breakfast doesn’t need to be time consuming or messy. Start your day with Rollie – the easy, pan free way to make an eggs-ceptional breakfast, every Best off all, with an RRP of $59.99 you won’t crack the bank when you shell out for the Available from Mitre 10, Farmers Smiths City and The Warehouse. For a full list of stockists and delicious recipes with Rollie visit www.rollie.co.nz

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