Breville Halo+ Health Fryer

28 November 2014

I have been itching to get my hands on a healthier way to cook fried food and I have kindly been sent the Breville Halo+ Health Fryer to try out.  My hubbie is a trucker and as with most truckers their diets are renowned for being unhealthy, often living off convenience food for most of the week if they are nighting out. Of course when he returns home I always feel that I am denying him food he enjoys by giving him healthy options.
The Halo+ looks very futuristic but is so easy to use and clean, the bowl, cooking grill and lid can be removed and washed in the dishwasher. You can use it as a grill or as a oven depending on what you are cooking, for chips there is a button on the side which you turn to enable the Halo+ to tilt.  To make chips just peel the potatoes like normal, wash them, dry them and add them to the cooking pan, drizzle over 1/2 spoon of oil and set the timer, this machine makes magical chips with hardly any oil, we love them.
We have also used the Halo+ to fry an healthier breakfast as this is one thing my hubbie really misses and I must say the sausages cooked fantastic and there wasn't a need to turn them over, I used the grill to cook the bacon.  

There are so many great recipes to try with my Halo+ and it can even bake cakes! Grotbags is wanting to make Cheesy Nacho's with Spicy Tomato Salsa when she comes home from school, so it looks like her tea is planned out already. I did cook some burgers in my machine and they turned out great too, no spitting oil all over my hob and obviously healthier because they were draining as they were cooking.  The Halo+ retails at £169.99 but I have seen it on various websites for less than that.  I think it is great value for money and I love my machine and If I had to give it back you would have to fight me for it!

I received this product free of charge for the purpose of this review but the opinions are my own.

5 comments:

  1. Ooh this looks awesome! I want one lol x

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  2. I love it and I'm definitely not giving it away :) xx

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