George Foreman Evolve Grill May Get Me Cooking

My husband is the one who cooks in my house, but the ease of the George Foreman Evolve Grill may get me cooking. Since cooking to me means making something quickly and not have a lot to clean up, I think that they had me in mind when this grill was made.

Benefits of the Grill

The George Foreman Evolve Grill is non-stick – no need to add oil, butter or cooking spray. It takes a short time to preheat and to grill or bake (yes you can bake too). For example, the cooking time for a 6 oz. NY strip steak is only 6 – 8 minutes. The grill plates are dishwasher safe so no need to wash pots and pans. Plus there’s a Drip Tray that catches the unhealthy grease and fat that goes directly to my thighs. And it doesn’t take up much room on my counter. The plates are 72 square inches so it’s a few inches bigger than that.

And the things you can do with the Evolve Grill! My grill came with the Traditional Grill Plate, the Cross-hatch Grill Plate, the Deep Dish Bake Plate, and the Slider Plate Insert with Cool Touch Handle. I started out with something I could handle – hot dogs. We love them with grill marks and grill marks we got. Then I moved on to bigger and better things.

I’m Cooking!

Because the Hinge is expandable, I was able to grill big juicy steaks. The slider plate helped me make the cutest little burgers which my daughter loved! Real grilled cheese sandwiches came out with gooey cheese and golden brown bread. I even added tomatoes and pickles. Yes, I’m getting serious about cooking! I can’t wait to make some homemade lasagna, brownies and my famous meatloaf.

Add Ons

The reason for the name “Evolve” is that you can add on to the plates mentioned above – Waffle Plates, a Panini Plate, Muffin Pan and Omelet Pans. Then evolve your cooking into barely using your stove or oven again!

You can purchase the new Evolve Grill from the George Foreman Healthy Cooking site for $129. It is totally worth it.

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

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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Comments

  1. We have an older model G Foreman grill that we received as a wedding gift. We hardly use it….but the big advantage that I can see to it is that it drains the grease away in to a receiving pan as you cook….we usually just find it easier (even in winter) to just use our regular grill.

  2. Thanks, thats quite useful stuff to know! I admit I’m a bit of a failure in the kitchen, but I’m trying my best to learn. Admitting iis the first step right!? I promised to cook a whole meal for my wife this weekend for the first time – very exciting! I found some really simple recipes at this site, seems to be designed exactly for people like me, which is great! Anyway, thanks, I’ll be sure to bookmark this site to read more later.

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