Wilko Launches Electric Frying Pan To Perfect Your Cooked Breakfasts
Don't get us wrong, we love a fry-up as much as the next person, but don't you hate how they involve so much cleaning up?!
There's the egg, the beans, the tomatoes, the bacon, the sausage and the mushrooms... and they all either need to be cooked at different times, or using multiple pans. *Stress*.
But now that worry is a thing of the past, because Wilko is selling an absolutely life changing invention: an electric frying pan.
And - most handy of all - is split into six different secretions so that you can cook all your ingredients separately.
Due to extreme popularity, it's currently out of stock online, but you can sign up to be alerted when its available again!
And you can still get it in store, of course (when shopping for essentials). Find out where your local is here.
On the Wilko website, the gadget is described as an "easy" way to "cook a full meal in the same pan" - be it a full English or whatever else takes your fancy.
It's even got a die-cast, non-stick surface, meaning all it takes is a wipe to come completely clean.
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If getting to a shop isn't an option for you right now, or your local Wilko doesn't have the pan in stock, we've found an alternative online which just might fit the bill.
The VonShef All In One frying pan isn't electric, but it still has four handy compartments meaning cooking on the hob will take half the time.
At the slightly steeper price of £29.99, the pan is also non-stick, and has glowing reviews from customers who have already bought it.
One shopper wrote: "Love this item, wish i had bought one years ago".
While another concurred: "I searched at length for a pan like this...It's well made, a good weight, the handle is smooth & warm to the touch. Also big enough to cook a meal for two".
Whichever pan you go for, there's no denying washing up is never going to be an issue again... lazy girls, rejoice!
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