Rollie Eggmaster makes eggs on a stick

The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System is a countertop gadget that makes cooking eggs on a stick as easy as cracking them open.

The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System: making eggs on a stick easy to make.
The Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System: Making eggs on a stick easy to make. Rollie

Food comes in all shapes and sizes. However, despite the cornucopia of options that populate supermarket shelves, there is always room for more variety. Sometimes a change does a food product good; just think about how many ways there are to eat something seemingly simple as eggs. Not only can they can be scrambled, fried, or poached, but they also happen to be a vital ingredient in millions of recipes. But when it comes right down to it, all of that pales in comparison to their one true, previously unknown purpose: being served on a stick.

Since the invention of the corn dog, sticks have never been the same. Of course how well the stick serves its modern purpose depends upon the food on it. Luckily, food on a stick has evolved way past its humble beginnings and now can be used to skewer much more than meat. And now for eggs, the Rollie Eggmaster Cooking System ($29.95) is here to help.

Requiring absolutely no cooking knowledge whatsoever, the countertop cooker is a cylindrical device that uses "vertical cooking technology" to create ready-to-eat tube-shaped food. Like a gift from the future, the novelty gadget cooks perfectly formed eggs on a stick with no user intervention; just crack, pour, and wait. When it's done, the device extrudes the finished product, automatically popping it up, hot and ready to eat.

This being the future, no meal is complete without it being on a stick. To accommodate, the Rollie comes with a recipe guide including instructions on how to make pizza, burritos, as well as dessert. And yes, sticks are included.

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