Friday, September 03, 2010

Get Into Healthy Cooking with The Help Of The George Foreman Evolve Grill

Thanks to Family Review Network, I was able to review the newest in a line of George Foreman products.

The George Foreman Evolve Grill!

We had a basic Foreman grill back in the day. We used it 4 or 5 times a year mostly when we were out of propane and needed to cook a burger. The Evolve Grill is soooooo different from that one.

First off, you can bake, grill and make muffins, waffles, eggs, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah and the list goes on and on. You can literally cook, breakfast, lunch and dinner on the same kitchen appliance without turning your oven on. Perfect for the when you get that lasagna craving in the summer and don't want to heat your house up with the stove.
Yeah, don't laugh at me. I truly don't know how to edit my videos so what you see is truly what you get.
Maybe one day I will figure out how to link all these little videos together.
There are so many bells and whistles with the George Foreman Evolve.
  •  Cross-hatch grill plates (2) – Perfect for grilling chicken breasts, fresh fish and more
  • Mini-Burger plate – Serve up low-fat turkey sliders in minutes. 
  • Griddle plate – Cook up breakfast, lunch or dinner without adding extra oil or butter for healthier meals.
  • Cupcake/muffin plate – Whipping up six muffins or cupcakes is a snap with this easy-to-use plate.
  • Panini plates (2) – No need to butter bread when making panini in the George Foreman Evolve™ Grill.
  • Deep-dish baking plate – From lasagna to veggie-packed casseroles, the deep-dish bake pan provides another versatile usage for the George Foreman Evolve™ Grill.
  • Omelet plates (2) – Flipping omelets used to require lots of butter or oil to prevent sticking, however, with the George Tough™ nonstick coating, making omelets is simpler and healthier than ever.
  • Waffle plate –The waffle plates makes preparing golden, delicious waffles on the grill easy and convenient.
 Key Product Features:
  • George Tough™ nonstick coating for oil-free cooking
  • Patented slope for fat to drip away
  • Drip tray that is dishwasher safe for collecting grease drippings
  • 84 square-inch cooking surface
  • Precise Digital Time and Temperature Control
  • Removable dishwasher-safe plates
With 5 models to choose from you can find the one that is right for your family. I reviewed the GRP4EP
which came with upper and lower grill plates, drip tray, spatula, slider plate insert and a deep dish bake pan.
In comparison to my earlier grill, you plugged it in and it turned on. You couldn't regulate the temperature. On this one you can go from 325 to 425.

With my earlier grill, I could wipe the grill clean after it was cool to touch. With this one, I can safely and easily remove the grills and clean them in water. There were so many times I had wished my earlier grill had removable grill plates. Someone was listening. It is truly one of my favorite features.

So far, we have cooked steak, hamburgers, Hot dogs, chicken and our next dish will be brownies.

This post was written for Family Review Network & George Foreman Healthy Cooking who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review"


  1. I totally wanna eat that steak! Damn.
    Looks like the grill I should get. I say the old ones on sale not too long ago, and thought about it, but this is more to my tastes.

    Fabulous review chicka! Love the vlogs!!!!

  2. Anonymous8:19 PM

    I really enjoyed watching the videos. I loved the sound of the steak hitting the grill. I bet you enjoyed eating it.


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