The Rolla Roaster, the original marshmallow toasting fork, was designed specifically with ease of use in mind. Invented by a man who lost his arm at a young age and has subsequentally desigined products to make his life easier. The Rolla Roaster extends out to 42 inches long for those bonfire cooking sessions and collapses down to a mere 12 inches to pack easily away. The stainless steel cooking fork is easy to clean while the colorful heat-resistant handle keeps your hand comfortable. The coup de grâce for this barbeque fork is the rotisserie knob set into the handle that lets you easily turn your food for a perfect toasted finish. The Folding Camping Fork is the hardcore version of a normal barbeque fork. This fold back safety fork also features a rotisserie turning knob, stainless steel fork, and telescopes out to 48 inches.
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For more information on the Rolla Roaster and the Folding Camping Fork please visit www.RollaRoaster.com.
Going out on a camping trip for the first time this year? Or are you taking a camping newbie with you?
We support your being prepared and safe, so along with packing your original marshmallow toasting fork make sure to pack the other essentials- rope, warm clothes, extra food, etc. Always check trail conditions and weather before your departure and notify friends, family, or the trail managers of your plans. Packing will be easier if you know what is required for the trail, like bear canisters, and what is allowed in the area, such as lighting fires or gathering firewood. And if you’re planning any sort of hiking beyond trails of the nature walk variety make sure to have proper maps. The United States Geological Survey has topographical maps at Map Locator.
We suggest Backpacker magazine which recently featured articles focused on preparing for someone’s first camping trip. Check them out at First Night Out which explains packing, cooking, and more.
And remember, don’t forget your top-of-the-line marshmallow toasting fork and barbeque fork. Our customers rate the Rolla Roaster very highly. Check it out this recent feedback from customer Tom Olsen about the Folding Camping Fork...
“I was looking for the ultimate campfire marshmallow roaster and this is it. It is very well made, has a very long extension and packs up small. Look no further, this is it.”
Check out www.RollaRoaster.com to learn more about the amazing marshmallow toasting fork.
Planning a family camping vacation? Keep your kids happy after a long day of exploring the outdoors with some fun family-friendly campfire recipes. All you’ll need are the ingredients and Rolla Roasters, the original marshmallow toasting forks, to make your family’s camp cooking experience one to remember.
Ingredients: hot dogs or wieners
Cut one end of the hot dog eight times lengthwise while leaving the other end uncut. After you’re done you will have eight “octopus legs” and an uncut head. Stick the wiener onto a Rolla Roster and toast over the coals until the ends curl up like the tentacles of an octopus.
Toasted Banana Wraps
Ingredients: 2 large whole wheat tortillas, 1/4 c chocolate chips, 1 fresh banana
Mash a banana with a fork on one half of a tortilla then cover with the chocolate chips. Roll into a log-shape and stick onto the end of a Rolla Roaster. Lightly toast over the campfire.
(You can also use rehydrated freeze-dried bananas to lighten the load and decrease the potential for messy bananas).
Sugar Snake Bread
Pack individually: 1 tsp rapid rise yeast, 1 T dried cranberries or cherries, 2 tsp vegetable oil, 1/4 c sugar, 1 T butter
In a Ziplock freezer bag: 1 c all-purpose flour, 1/4 c raisins, 1/2 tsp salt
Mix 1/2 tsp of sugar into 1/2 c warm water then add the yeast and let it sit for a few minutes until it becomes frothy and bubbly. Combine all of the ingredients in the freezer bag and knead the dough for about five minutes. (Make sure to remove all the air from the bag and seal it tightly). The dough is ready when the ingredients are all combined and it feels elastic. Divide into four equal pieces and roll into snake-like pieces. Wrap each “snake” around the end of a Rolla Roaster and use the cranberries/cherries for eyes by pressing firmly into the dough. Bake over the coals for 10 to 15 minutes. When the “snakes” are golden remove them from the fire, butter them and sprinkle them with the sugar.
Recipes adapted from A Fork in the Trail by Laurie Ann March.
Please visit www.RollaRoaster.com to order your marshmallow and hot dog toasting forks.
According to Jim Rodgers, the CEO of Kampgrounds of America, the Rolla Roaster is “iPhone of s’more cooking.” In a recent Lunch and Learn event in Elko, Nevada, he said that the original marshmallow toasting “is technology.” KOA’s head honcho was using the Rolla Roaster as an example of the importance of focusing on the little things. (see the full article at KOA Recommendation )
That focus on the littlethings has led to the creation of the best marshmallow toasting fork on the market, the Rolla Roaster. These top-of-the-line barbeque toasting forks are designed for comfort and easy usability. A rotisserie knob is set into a smooth wooden handle so that the two pronged cooking end can be turned with just the flick of a finger. The Rolla Roaster can telescope out to 42 inchese and packs down into 12 inches for easy carrying. You haven’t cooked on a campfire until you’ve cooked with a Rolla Roaster.
Please visit www.RollaRoaster.com to purchase your KOA approved marshmallow toasting forks.