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This was one of the first options to come to market and remains one of the best and most trusted choices.
This product makes breakfast easy. All you have to do is press the start button, and once you’re done, clean-up is fast and easy.
Not only does this item make a great poached egg, but it’s also great for boiled eggs and omelets.
The measuring cup features a built-in piercing pin. You can poke your eggs before they cook, and it will help reduce the sulfur inside while also leaving you with bright yellow yolks.
Need to feed a crowd? Look no further than this product. You can boil up to 14 at the push of a button.
Since this product is basically a steamer, it’s not limited to only cooking eggs. You can cook anything that fits inside when the cover is placed over the base.
While the 7.24-inch by 6.29-inch design is appealing, don’t let that fool you. You can still fit seven eggs inside this cooker at once.
The included measuring cup will make sure you know exactly how much water you need to add to cook your eggs to your preference (soft, medium, or hard).
Once you have this product, all you’ll need is eggs, water, and a microwave, and you’ll be well on your way to a tasty and nutritious breakfast.
This device was originally seen on TV and remains a popular choice today for those who don’t want the hassle of boiling water or plugging in another device.
With this, you can boil 10 eggs, poach four, or make a three-egg omelet without the hassle of extra dishes or attention.
If you’re boiling more than seven eggs, you’ll use the included attachment to stack the last three eggs on top of the bottom seven. Then, they’ll all easily fit under the included stainless steel lid.
So, as you start shopping for an egg cooker, the first thing to consider is how many eggs you’ll want to cook at once. If it’s just you at home, or you and your significant other, a six-egg or seven-egg cooker might be enough. If it’s you plus three or four kids, you might prefer one of the larger options that can cook more eggs at once. These larger cookers are also a great option if you like to meal plan and prepare dishes ahead of time.
Each egg cooker has a timer that is set to cook your eggs to the proper level. This isn’t something you have to manually set yourself, which is nice. The egg cooker will somehow let you know when the eggs are finished cooking, usually with a loud alarm, but sometimes with a flashing light. At this point, the egg cooker may or may not shut off on its own, depending on the model you have. If your egg cooker doesn’t shut off automatically, you’ll want to pay close attention to the eggs as they approach the end of their cook to ensure they aren’t overcooked – especially if you’re the type that prefers soft-boiled eggs rather than hard-boiled eggs.
Lastly, many egg cookers will include a measuring cup that also has a small needle on one side. This needle is used to puncture your egg, which helps make it easier to cook. If your egg cooker doesn’t include one of these, you may want to purchase one separately to help with the cooking process. The item listing should tell you whether or not this is included. Most egg cookers do have something like this included, but not all of them.
A: Most egg cookers contain parts that are BPA-free and dishwasher safe. Once you’re finished using, you’ll simply remove all the parts you used and place them in the dishwasher. There may be a slight amount of water residue in the bottom of the cooker, but this can simply be wiped off with a paper towel (after the cooker cools down, of course) and put away until next time.
A: Egg cookers can make the largest quantity of boiled eggs. Depending on the cooker you buy, you can cook anywhere between six and 14 boiled eggs at once. Many egg cookers are also able to cook poached eggs or scramble eggs for omelets, with the pieces that are included. You’ll want to make sure the cooker you buy includes these extras, but rest assured that the majority of the options on this list will.