All the Egg Gadgets That Are Actually Worth Buying
Everything you need to poach, slice and separate your eggs with ease.
We’re going to guess that eggs are a staple in your kitchen. C’mon, eggs are inexpensive, packed with protein and are SO versatile. Whether you're plopping a fried egg on top of your burger or whipping up a greasy bacon-egg-and-cheese sandwich, there are a million different ways you can use ‘em.
But are you really getting the most out your eggs? Or, are you stuck trying to get your hard-boiled eggs to turn out just right? Fear not — we’ve got all your egg woes covered. We’ve rounded up clever egg gadgets that can make cooking eggs a whole lot simpler. From poaching to scrambling, these egg tools are all you need to ramp up your breakfast game.
Imagine having hard-boiled, soft-boiled, poached or scrambled eggs with the click of a button. The Dash Rapid Egg Cooker makes it possible! Load it up with six eggs, choose your preferred egg type and the machine will do the rest. There’s even an auto-shut -off function that’ll keep your eggs from overcooking.
Step up your brunch game by poaching perfect eggs in a flash. The Swirl’n egg poacher by Chef’n makes it easy to serve restaurant-quality eggs at home. Simply submerge the basket of the poacher into a pan of boiling water, crack in an egg and let it sit. The metal insert inside the basket swirls water around the egg for a poach that only takes 4 minutes. Trust us, your eggs Benedict will thank you.
Hear us out — yes, breakfast sandwiches aren’t that hard to make. But cooking up your fave bacon-egg-and-cheese combo can leave yolk, grease and dirty pans in your kitchen. Enter: this handy gadget that minimizes the mess. All you have to do is layer the meat, egg and cheese into the breakfast sandwich maker, and your sammie will be ready in five minutes.
Can you really tell when your hard-boiled eggs are cooked? Take the guess work OUT of boiling eggs with this timer. Just drop it in the water along with your eggs, and as your eggs heat up, the timer will react with the temperature of the water. So, as your eggs cook, the timer’s color will darken, indicating if you have soft-boiled, medium-boiled or hard-boiled eggs.
Have you ever tried to flip an omelet...but ended up with scrambled eggs? It’s harder than it looks, y’all! Take the stress out of cooking an omelet with this innovative, two-sided pan. Pour your egg mixture into one side of the pan, close the lid, flip and enjoy your fluffy, hassle-free omelet.