George Foreman Grills - George Foreman Grilling Machine, Outdoor Grills and More!

When the George Foreman Grill was originally introduced in 1994, no one could predict how immensely popular this wonderfully healthy grilling item was going to become.

George Foreman was the perfect spokesman for the Grill due to his remarkable comeback at age 45 when he regained the heavyweight world championship which he attributed to his healthy eating habits.

His uniquely funny commercials however were what really drew attention to these easy-to-use grills that, as of this date, have sold over 100 million units!

Due to their popularity, there are also now George Foreman grills available to fit just about any need.

There are the smaller counter top grills that hold 2 cooking plates, the larger counter top grills that hold up to 5 or the extra large grills that hold up to 7 cooking plates!

There are also portable propane grills to take on trips, and indoor/outdoor grills to use for home barbecues.

Read on to find out more about each of these healthy cooking grills to discover the one to fit your needs.


George Foreman Grills - 36" Inch Small Grills

The following George Foreman grills are the smaller 36" Grills.

These are perfect for smaller counter tops in apartments, campuses or when making a quick meal or snack.

They come with 2 cooking plates covered in double nonstick coating and can grill 2 burgers at a time.

Perfect for reduced fat cooking these grills also have handy drip trays.

George Foreman Grills - 72 Inch Grills

The following grills are the larger 72 inch grills. These are the more popular George Foreman grills and are perfect when cooking for 3 or more people.

Most of them contain 5 removeable grill plates that are dishwasher safe.

There are tons of things that you can use these grills for such as: cooking paninis, making waffles, general grilling, griddle cooking and even baking.

Each one contains the patented George Tough triple-coated, scratch-resistant, nonstick coating.

Some contain timers and different safety handles. Most of them also have temperature controls that will show either 0, 1, 2, 3 or Off, Low, Medium, High. A non stick spatula is included with most of these models as well.

To find out more about each of these grills and the individual benefits they offer, simply click on the blue link next to each item.

Geroge Foreman - Indoor / Outdoor Grills and Propane Grills

Due to the popularity of the George Foreman indoor grills, they have also come out with outdoor grills for those who want to cook healthy meals in the backyard or on camping trips (with access to an electrical outlet).

What is great about these grills is that they can be used both indoors and out. They are electric grills that are be placed on their own pedestal.

The contain a sloping grate base that draws fat away from food to collect in easy-to-empty tray.

These grills measure 7 inches across for generous cooking capacity.

There is also the George Foreman propane grill. Perfect for camping trips because it contains both grill and griddle. It requires a 1 pound propane tank that can cook for up to 3 hours.

As usual, it is sloped designed to draw fats away from food while cooking, contains 6,400-BTU stainless-steel burner and Piezo ignition for reliable starting, and has a triple- coated nonstick surface that is dishwasher safe.

Another option is to simply purchase a George Foreman Grill Stand to use for a Foreman grill you already own.

George Foreman Grill Supplies, Grill Plates, Grill Cleaners

Here are some more things you can use with your George Foreman grill.

Cleaning sponges, heart shaped waffle plates, bun warmers, interchangeable plates that come with one of the grills and even George Foreman indoor and outdoor grill cookbooks filled with delicious healthy recipes you can make on your grill..

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