GreenLife 3-in-1 Breakfast Maker Station, Healthy Ceramic Nonstick Dual Griddles for Eggs

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Want eggs, bacon, and toast? This sort of breakfast used to call for a few different pans (and a weekend-level amount of time). But now, this classic feast can be made during busy weekday mornings—with just one gadget. Meet: the 3-in-1 Breakfast Maker, which has two upper griddle compartments and a handy toast drawer. The quick-heating compartments feature our healthy ceramic nonstick coating (free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium) for easy cleanup and incredible results. You can mix things up, too: Use it to make pancakes, veggies, sandwiches, and more.

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B0B7279DHP

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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GreenLife

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B0B7279DHP

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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B0B7279DHP

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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GreenLife

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B0B7279DHP

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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GreenLife

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B0B7279DHP

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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GreenLife

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B0B7279DHP

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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GreenLife

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B0B7279DHP

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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GreenLife

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B0B7279DHP

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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GreenLife

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10"D x 10"W x 10"H

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1.99 Kilograms

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GreenLife

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10 reviews for GreenLife 3-in-1 Breakfast Maker Station, Healthy Ceramic Nonstick Dual Griddles for Eggs

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  1. chef4disney

    I didn’t know I would like this as much I do!

    There is no temperature control, it just goes to a really high temp for up to 5 min. So far, I’ve used it to cook bacon, scrambled eggs, overhard eggs, thin (defrosted) frozen waffles, and thick (defrosted) frozen waffles. Everything came out great. BUT, do not walk away when cooking on the skillet top, it will burn easily.

    It’s small and great for meals for 1 to 2 people. I was able to fit 4 slices of the pre-cooked bacon broken in half, 2 pork sausage patties cut in pieces, and 2 eggs on either skillet side. Depending on size, or how you cut up, 1 to 2 toastable items will fit in the tray. I was able to fit 1 uncut thin frozen waffle, and 2 cut thick frozen waffles (small).

    This is a great little machine to have in the kitchen! Easy for my kids to use as well.

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  2. JTC

    With my hubby being everywere I need to be in the morning when I’m rushing to fix my breakfast before rushing off to work – I requested this little breakfast maker for Christmas. And it has really helped! I can put my eggs and bacon in their respective griddles, put 1/2 bagel or slice of bread in the bottom drawer, set the timer, then forget it until the bell rings. I placed it out of the way, so I’m not tripping over or running into hubby, and it’s made my mornings much more tolerable. And – it’s so easy to clean! Even got one for my granddaughter, so she can make her own breakfast without touching a stove.

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  3. Melody

    There’s just one control timer knob. The whole unit is on, not just the toaster or griddle top. Would be great to have a separate control/on/off as well as the toast timer. Not good if you’re wanting just toast. Also, not good if you’re wanting eggs(med high heat shorter cooking time), toast(depending on level desired)& sausage(long high heat cooking time)…its all on the one toast timer. No recipes or general cooking instructions either, it’s a hit or miss each time. If I put the sausage on first, the toaster drawer gets really hot as does the little egg/pancake section. I just don’t know if this was worth the money. The idea is good but seems like they didn’t really think it through. Needs a second control for the griddle top that let’s you adjust the heat for both sections as eggs/pancakes don’t require heat as high or as long as is required for meats.

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  4. Debbie

    I bought this for my husband who is a truck driver he uses it to fix his breakfast on it he said he really likes it easy to clean

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  5. Adrienne

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  6. Lisa Pepper

    I love how compact and small it is! Very convenient for mornings where I’m in a rush, very easy to clean too!

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  7. Lesley Dameron

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  8. Ann T

    This is so cute and perfect for small kitchen, only half of the standard paper size. I used the left griddle top and the tray to toast the sandwich and cooked the egg at the same time but it turned out the slice on top was toasted and egg was cooked but the bottom slice was not. The temperature in the toaster tray is just enough to warm the sandwich. The tray is a bit hard to insert and pull out, and the grill part for the sandwich is little small. Otherwise it’s perfect for quick breakfast. My son loves it as he can make breakfast by himself. The ceramic nonstick surface makes it easy to clean with a wet wipe towel.

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  9. John Hertig

    We eat a lot of hard boiled eggs and doing them in a pressure cooker worked fairly well – if we paid attention. So this seemed like it might be a step up (more automated, less subject to timing errors).

    And it was. It did hard boiled eggs excellently; with minimal involvement. Since the manual indicated both a time, a water volume and the buzzer to indicate doneness, I did set an external timer for the specified time, and I did use the manual’s suggestion to leave it in 1 minute beyond the buzzer, using the timer with higher priority than the buzzer.

    I presume that it would do medium and soft boiled as well, or at least could be made to do them the way you like them with some trial and error. I don’t eat either, so didn’t bother trying.

    The “poached egg” option was disappointing. I like poached eggs, but I don’t like the amount of egg lost in the poaching process. The ones done using this were a bit disappointing. Most of the egg was overdone (which probably could have been compensated with by using less water), except there was a bit of uncooked liquid on top. I’d say that it ended up the equivalent of medium boiled, but out of the shell.

    The omelet option was enticing, and it was a dismal failure. The top side was cooked to perfection and the bottom side was still mostly liquid. I’d say the omelet pan needs to have a conductive bottom to cook that side better.

    I’d give it 5 stars as a hard egg cooker, but the omelet disappointment and 2 usability quirks moves it down to 4 stars overall.

    Quirk 1: The measuring cup for the water is critical to the operation, but the graduations are next to unreadable. I have to hold the cup to a bright light and put my thumb where I want the water up to. Then put it up to the light to make sure I got the level right. At least they don’t appear that they can be rubbed off. Some kind of contrast on the graduations would greatly improve the usability.

    Quirk 2: The buzzer is very quiet. If you are close, with good ears and little background noise, it’s fine. If you have hearing loss, are in another room or there is noise going on, not so much.

    After cooking, it takes forever for the hard boiled eggs to cool off. It does not mention it in the instructions, but I transfer them to an ice bath after cooking.

    UPDATE: Apparently, temperature and/or humidity affect the operation. Later trials had the hard boiled eggs have a soft center. Slightly increasing the water and setting the time for 2 minutes past the estimated time fixed this.

    More surprising, the poached eggs came out pretty good with standard water and leaving the top on for 1 minute after turning it off per the buzzer.

    Even more surprising, the omelet came out pretty good with slightly more water and leaving the top on 2 minutes after turning it off per the buzzer.

    If the instructions were a bit more comprehensive and the measuring cup markings visible, I’d give this 5 stars now.

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  10. Beatriz

    This little thing is not only adorable but also works great! I made French toast, omelet, grilled cheese sandwich, and toast and so easy to use. I absolutely love it.

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