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7 Useful Egg Gadgets That Are Actually Worth Buying

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Eggs are a breakfast staple in my kitchen, as I’m sure they are for many of you! In fact, I make them just about any way I can – poached, scrambled, and especially boiled in the Instant Pot. They’re inexpensive, packed with protein, and extremely versatile in terms of ways you can prepare them.

But eggs can also be a bit tricky to get exactly right, no matter how you’re cooking them. So today I wanted to share a few egg gadgets that can help make handling and cooking eggs easier than you ever thought possible!

All the items I included in today’s post are available on Amazon, have an average review of at least 4 starts, and cost just $20 or less. Any of these handy egg gadgets would make a useful and practical addition to your arsenal of useful kitchen tools! :-)

Related: 15 Surprising Egg Hacks You Need To Try

7 Useful Egg Gadgets That Are Actually Worth Buying

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1. Quick Egg Cracker

Price: $14.59

Cracking eggs is a simple task in theory, but in practice it can get a bit messy! If you’re not a confident egg cracker and want to save yourself some time and effort, you may want to give this egg cracker a whirl!

This gadget is brilliantly simple in its design, cracking eggs quickly and easily every time. Not only will it keep your hands clean, but you won’t have to fish any shell bits out of your food either!

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2. Egg Timer

Price: $7.99

Take the guesswork out of making hard-boiled eggs by using this handy little egg timer! Just drop it in the pot along with your eggs, and as they eggs cook, the timer will change color to reflect the doneness of the eggs.

This “timer” has indicators for soft-, medium-, and hard-boiled stages, so you can cook your eggs to perfection no matter how you like them!

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3. Egg Separator

Price: $2.50

When separating egg whites to use in a meringue, it’s extremely important to keep the whites free of even the smallest bit of yolk. And that can be trickier than it sounds, especially if you only have a small number of eggs to work with!

This simple egg separator can make the process easier. Just perch it over a bowl and crack the egg into it, and the yolk will stay put while the whites fall into the bowl below.

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4. Egg Slicer

Price: $9.99

An egg slicer like this one can make slicing up hard-boiled eggs quick and easy. And with its nested design, it takes up hardly any room in a drawer!

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5. Nonstick Egg Frying Pan

Price: $19.95

Having a dedicated pan for frying eggs can seem a bit unnecessary at first. But once you have one, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it!

This pan has four cavities so you can fry your eggs separately and evenly, and the nonstick coating makes flipping easy.

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6. Rapid Egg Cooker

Price: $18.79

If you’re a fan of set-it-and-forget-it gadgets like I am, then you’ll love this egg cooker! It has an average rating of 4.5 stars from nearly 13,000 reviews, so it’s pretty safe to say that people love this gadget!

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You can use it to make perfect hard- or soft-boiled eggs, as well as poached eggs or even omelets! Breakfast essentially makes itself with the help of this egg cooker.

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7. Silicone Egg Poaching Cups

Price: $11.97

Poaching eggs the old fashioned way is not for the faint of heart. It can be tricky at best to keep the whites together and get the yolk cooked the way you want it, but these silicone egg poaching cups make the process much easier!

Crack an egg into one of the cups and place it in a shallow pan of simmering water for a perfectly poached egg in no time. You can even use these egg cups in your microwave!

Bonus Tip: Want a safer way to lift these egg poaching cups out of the hot pan? You can buy this handle to help you do it safely for just a few dollars!

Do you have a favorite egg gadget that you use at home?

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Jill Nystul is an accomplished writer and author who founded the blog One Good Thing by Jillee in 2011. With over 30 years of experience in homemaking, she has become a trusted resource for contemporary homemakers by offering practical solutions to everyday household challenges.
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  • I was curious how long you have had the egg cooker. It looks like a perfect solution for my needs and my large-ish family. I am a bit troubled by the negative reviews that tell us 8% have had it fail, most in the first three months, some after one or two days usage. Have you had any issues? Thank you! Read you every day!

    • I have been using mine for more than 2 years and I absolutely love it. I love to make deviled eggs but hate shelling the eggs. Using this machine I can tell you with all honesty that I have never had one issue with getting the shells off of the eggs. I have even bought 2 back up machines and now I see they have come out with a double egg cooker! Mine cooks 6 but I will be buying the one that cooks 12! You will love it too.

    • Iv has my egg cooker for almost a year now , it’s use every work day of the week 5days out of 7 not had any problems with mine at all bought mine from Amazon x

  • Funny that you didn’t mention the Instant Pot – granted as a device to hard-cook eggs it’s rather expensive, but it’s amazing for that purpose!!

  • I’ve had the electric egg cooker for over one year and love it for hard boiled eggs. They’re perfect every time and simple to peel. Dump the eggs in ice cold water, let them cool, crack the shell all around just by squeezing and the shell falls off. No more boiling water overflowing all over the stove or keeping an eye on the water. Set a timer for the steam cooker and 17 minutes later, you have perfect soft, medium or hard boiled eggs.

  • I love the idea of the egg cooker, being able to boil, poach and make omelettes in the same cooker is brilliant. I don’t know why, but I had a bad time with silicone poaching pods, even after oiling, the eggs didn’t slide out of them easily!

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