I don’t know about you guys, but mornings are rough at my house. It’s always a struggle to get everyone up, showered, fed, dressed, and out the door on time.
We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but who has the time and energy to cook delicious and attractive meals first thing in the morning?
I was ready to give up on the whole thing and sentence my family to a life of cold cereal forever until Pinterest came to my rescue!
Pinterest Nightmare #523: The Rollie EggMaster
You may be wondering what those beautiful tube-like things on the plate next to the fruit cup are. Why, they are EGGS!!
Yes, that’s right. Your eyes are not deceiving you. Eggs.
According to the the makers of The Rollie EggMaster, you just crack your eggs into the machine and a column of eggs will pop right out of the top ready to eat!
Still confused? Just watch the video below…
Have you ever seen anything so appetizing?!!
As they tell us in the video, the best thing about the The Rollie EggMaster is that it cooks eggs into a “new, easy to eat shape”. FINALLY! I thought I was the only one who noticed how difficult standard egg shapes were to consume. Just think of all of the energy you use trying to get sunny side up or scrambled eggs onto your fork. Ridiculous! (Don’t even get me started with poached).
Thanks to The Rollie EggMaster’s state of the art vertical cooking technology, you never have to struggle like that again! Just keep them on the stick, and your kids will be treated to a warm egg popsicle first thing in the morning! Running out the door to work? Simply grab a fist full of cylinder egg product in your hand and you’re off!
They also tout that you don’t have all that messy breakfast clean-up like you do if you use a pan. You just wipe the very top rim with a paper towel and you’re finished! No need to use soap and water on the The Rollie EggMaster after each use. That really *is* a time saver!
Can you believe you can get The Rollie EggMaster for just $29.99 (plus $9.99 postage and handling)? I can’t believe I didn’t think to ask for this wonder device for Mother’s Day.
Oh, Pinterest. No…just no.