Little People’s Amy Roloff flaunts her cooking skills in ‘branded’ video after she’s slammed for pricey new business

Little People’s Amy Roloff flaunts her cooking skills in ‘branded’ video after she’s slammed for pricey new business
Little People’s Amy Roloff flaunts her cooking skills in ‘branded’ video after she’s slammed for pricey new business

AMY Roloff has flexed her cooking skills in a new video that was sponsored by a large online company.

The Little People, Big World favorite has already been recently slammed for making paid food subscription content.

Amy Roloff partnered with a huge brand in her latest video

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Amy Roloff partnered with a huge brand in her latest videoCredit: Instagram/ amyjroloff
She cooked up 'Texas-style steak fajitas' as fans have been shocked by how much paid content she's putting out

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She cooked up ‘Texas-style steak fajitas’ as fans have been shocked by how much paid content she’s putting outCredit: Instagram/ amyjroloff

Amy, 60, tossed on a checkered apron and made “Texas-style steak fajitas” in a new Instagram video.

“I love cooking dinner, so I love getting Home Chef delivered when I don’t have time to shop for fresh, healthy food,” she wrote over one Instagram Story.

Home Chef is a Chicago, Illinois-based meal kit and food delivery company that delivers pre-portioned ingredients and recipes to subscribers – 3M of them monthly.

“Wahoo! Tasted great, customize your order. Your own schedule for delivery,” Amy wrote in one of the Instagram Stories.

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“So good you guys, check out Home Chef,” the TV-famous figure also said as she tasted her cheesy creation.

“There are days when I don’t have time to shop for food – it’s all healthy food, it’s all proportioned to you.”

The sponsored content comes as Amy has already been pairing cuisine and profits to an unfortunate degree.

SIDE HUSTLE

The TLC star recently debuted her new side project, or possible future career move, with a video posted on her “Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen” YouTube account.

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During that promotional video, Amy advertised subscriptions for the leveled memberships available for purchase on her website.

A casually dressed, but well-made-up Amy announced: “I’m so excited to offer you three different kinds of membership.”

The “Cupcake” subscription was priced at $4.99 a month, the “Pancake” level was offered at $9.99 monthly, and the “Cheesecake” membership would cost subscribers $19.99 a month.

The TV star revealed that the first level will provide “bonus content,” the second tier will include a “live private chat” with Amy, and the third level membership features “cooking once a month” with the TV personality on Zoom.

Fans discussed “Amy’s Little Membership” on a Reddit board dedicated to the long-running reality series.

One Redditor commented: “These people need to get real jobs.”

A second person questioned: “Huh? I like Amy’s but who pays to watch her cook?”

Another critic wrote: “Honestly she isn’t a good enough cook to be doing this. Her videos are laughably bad.”

“I literally cannot believe people pay for stuff like this. Especially 20 bucks a month. Insane,” added a fourth.

Amy has already begun her foray into the cooking entertainment industry with her YouTube channel Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen.

The cooking-based channel currently boasts 99,400 subscribers.

She wrote she’d dish on: “Being divorced, being single, being a grandmother, [and] other life challenges that we all may be going through.

“And most definitely, questions on Little People, Big World.”

AMY’S NEXT MOVE

Little People, Big World may be nearing its end as many fans think the show will be canceled after the most recent season.

Last year, Amy shared an Instagram post that further fueled rumors that the long-running reality series is coming to an end.

Amy wore an apron that read “Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen” with a friend donning a similar apron in their photos together, in her caption she wrote about how cooking is “one of her favorite things” and about “memories.”

A fan reposted the photos on an LPBW online forum, titled: “Anyone else thinks this is the last season? Amy’s cooking videos production quality up…”

The user explained: “I’ve noticed recently the production quality and Amy’s appearance [has] been slimed up and she seems to be really focusing and promoting these videos.”

Roloff fans rushed to the comment thread to share their own predictions.

One person wrote: “I thought it was done the year that the producers literally zoomed in on paint drying, but I think that was two seasons ago. It keeps going on.”

A second commented: “Amy is preparing for her future without the income from the show and the farm.”

“I agree, I enjoy her videos and think she’s setting herself up for when the show ends,” added a third.

Another person concurred, writing: “Yeah I agree with you Amy is preparing for her future when the TV show ends after next year.”

They continued: “I have noticed better quality pictures and cooking videos from Amy Roloff Little Kitchen.”

DISAPPOINTING SEASONS

Little People fans recently demanded that TLC cancel the series and blamed Matt Roloff, 61, for its demise.

Viewers claimed that a recent episode was the show’s “most boring” yet.

One critic commented: “The show is so boring now. I wish the other kids would come back just to add some spice to the mix. I can only take so much of Tori & Zach talking about hot dogs.”

Another chimed in: “Yes … I watch and like the show but with everyone separated it has become boring. Just mostly interviews it feels like.”

A third viewer wrote: “Loved it from day one and have watched all the episodes, but now it’s only about Matt’s version of selling the farm and Zach’s version and Chris and Amy talking about their relationship.”

They continued: “Throw in a few conversations about Pumpkin season and who is going to participate in it and that’s the entire season now. Like watching paint dry. It has reached its end.”

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Roloff Farms was never sold or never inherited by one of the LPBW children which was a long-lost dream.

It’s now available for rental by the public instead and Matt’s adult children moved away.

LPBW fans are disappointed that Amy has been leaning into subscription-based cooking and thinks she may be preempting the show ending

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LPBW fans are disappointed that Amy has been leaning into subscription-based cooking and thinks she may be preempting the show endingCredit: INSTAGRAM/amyjroloff
Roloff farms is now available for rent having never been bought after Matt Roloff refused to sell the farm to any of his sons

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Roloff farms is now available for rent having never been bought after Matt Roloff refused to sell the farm to any of his sonsCredit: Matt Roloff/Instagram
Both Zach Roloff and Jeremy Roloff were interested, but patriarch Matt snubbed them and has not sold it

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Both Zach Roloff and Jeremy Roloff were interested, but patriarch Matt snubbed them and has not sold itcredit: TLC