Roky is a Handy Device for Making Pancakes on a Stick

Somehow, food miraculously tastes a whole lot better when it's on a stick and Roky is a baking tool that turns a simple breakfast staple in flapjack form to pancakes on a stick. The unconventional pancake maker has a kettle-like shape and instead of pouring pancake batter flat, pancakes are made vertically like popsicles and cooked evenly.

With Roky, single serve pancakes on a stick take about ten minutes to cook, and it's also possible to make eggrolls in this device, using eggs instead of pancake batter. The Roky is designed by E-Balance Co. and costs about $60, which is probably a worthwhile investment if you struggle with flipping pancakes—it might be a little messier, but think of how satisfying it would be to dunk a pancake stick in delicious maple syrup.