Friday, May 16, 2014

Serving Up Veggies and Fruits to the Girls Has Never Been Easier and FUN...Thanks to the Big Boss Slice-A-Roo -- Review and #Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.




Does you husband like gadgets like mine does?  From tech gadgets to even toys, if it lights up or does something cool, my husband will take notice.  :-)  And, I recently got him excited to help out in the kitchen by introduding him to a fun must have kitchen gadget -- the Big Boss Slice-A-Roo.





"Want to slice, shred, or curl your vegetables and fruits for tasty salads or fries? The versatile Big Boss Slice-A-Roo slicer allows you do any of these quickly. This hand-cranked rotary slicer features three blades, and offers built-in storage for extra blades. Simply place the vegetable or fruit on the prong, and rotate the wheel to slice curly fries and more!"

I pretended that I needed help figuring out how to the use this gadget that slices, shreds and curls veggies and fruits.  Leave it to the man of the house to roll up his sleeve and lend a hand, without having to stop and read the instructions. :-)  Within a matter of minutes, my husband was schooling me on the Big Boss Slice-A-Roo, before he took over and finished making curly potatoes that I ended up baking in the oven and making homemade chips with.

My husband was amazed at what this little kitchen tool could do, and has been having fun slicing and shredding different things. Besides making curly fries, he has been on a kick of making curly apple slices, which I have either used in mini apple pies, or simply dried out and turned into apple chips. Yum!

Who knew that being in the kitchen could be so much fun?  My husband always wonders why I like to spend my free time in the kitchen, and now he knows why.  And, you know what, I don't mind him being the kitchen, as he helps me with prep time, and also lets me get creative with the different veggies and fruits that she shreds, slices and makes into curly strips. Just last night I made curly zucchini strips for the girls...which they couldn't get enough of! :-)

The Big Boss Slice-A-Roo would make for a great housewarming gift, bridal shower gift, or for a cook who doesn't own this unique slicer.  Even though my husband has spent more time trying out the Slice-A-Roo, I have tried it out, and love it, too!  It is so easy to use, and stores easily on the counter or in a kitchen cabinet or even on a pantry shelf.

I have owned and used other vegetable slicers in the past, but love the features of this one, which include an easy to turn handle and the suction cups at the box of the slicer, which secure it to the counter, so you don't have to worry about it slipping and sliding around.  And, the feature of the 3 types of blades makes for cutting different veggies and fruits easy.


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With the summer months fast approaching, I can't wait to get more use out of the Big Boss Slice-A-Roo, making homemade curly fries, shredded veggies like carrots and radishes for salads and so much more.  And, at only $29.99, you can't go wrong for the price.  The Big Boss Slice-A-Roo is available in white, red and green, so that you can match it with other gadgets in your kitchen. :-)


Big Boss Slice-A-Roo Vegetable Slicer


Once you purchase the Slice-A-Roo, you will find yourself reaching for it during meal prep, or creating weekly menus around using this handy kitchen gadget.  I can't wait to hear what you think about it, and what you end up slicing, shredding or curling with it.  So, please share away! :-)

To learn more about the Big Boss Slice-A-Roo, visit www.bigbosskitchen.com.  And, don't forget to connect on Facebook and Pinterest for recipe ideas, to read other customer reviews, special offers and more:

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Thanks to the kind folks at Big Boss Kitchen Products, one lucky reader will win a Big Boss Slice-A-Roo of their own, to get creative in the kitchen.  To enter, please complete the entries on the Rafflecopter form below.  Good luck!

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6 comments:

  1. Hello! The first thing I would curl is potatoes for curly fries. Fun!! Thank-you!

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  2. I would make my kids curly fries!

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  3. Gotta go with the curly fries!

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  4. I would try a zucchini for Spaghetti !

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  5. I would make some curlier fries!!

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  6. Vegetables for a vegetable lasagne.

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