REVIEW Eggspress Egg Cooker

| August 1, 2010 | 1 Comment
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We use a good amount of eggs in our house. One of TJ’s favorite snacks is hard boiled eggs. I love egg salad. When I entertain I usually make deviled eggs. There’s one common thread for all of those types of eggs – they involve peeling the egg. I don’t know about you but I hate peeling eggs. It seems like half of the time when I peel eggs I lose more than half of the egg. What a waste and what a pain! It’s hard to make deviled eggs with broken outsides. When I learned about the Eggspress, I was very curious to try it.

About the Eggspress – The Eggspress is a unique time saver that easily makes hard-boiled eggs in a microwave or on the stove top while completely eliminating the process of removing the shell. Incorporating a stackable design, the user can cook 6, 12 or even 18 eggs at a time and the removable top provides access to the finished, shell free product. Additionally, the unit’s egg shaped wells securely hold the individual eggs which allows for easy and stable transportation.

I received one Eggspress to review. The blue plastic egg cooker consists of three pieces that snap together and then lock with a screw. To make the eggs first you separate the case. Then crack six large eggs and pour the contents into the little egg cavities. Puncture each yolk with a toothpick. Then put the case back together and lock it.

Place the case into a pot of water and boil.

You can stack multiple trays to make a lot of eggs at once. After bringing to a boil turn off the eggs and let the pot stand for 20 minutes. I loved that I didn’t have to peel the eggs. My son TJ commented that the eggs looked different. He was right. The eggs looked different than if I’d peeled them myself because they didn’t have big chunks missing out of them.

The Eggspress can be washed by hand or on the top shelf of the dishwasher. I washed mine in the dishwasher and had no problem. I’d like to see a way to make the eggs without having to coat the unit with cooking spray.

You could also make the eggs in the microwave, a method we haven’t tried yet. According to the instructions, to make the eggs in the microwave all you do is lock the Eggspress and place it into the microwave at 50% power for four minutes or more, according to microwave wattage.

The Eggspress is available to purchase online at www.inventhelpstore.com with a suggested retail price of $19.99.

The product(s) featured in this review was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

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NJ Mom of 2 boys. – TJ, an 18 year old, and CJ, a 14 year old with Down Syndrome. Jersey girl. I have three younger brothers, all of whom have children. Social media enthusiast. Ds Advocate. Cat person. I love rock music, favorite band is Oleander. My favorite food is cheesecake. I HATE the misuse of the word retarded. I take it personally and find it very offensive.

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  1. pat.navymom says:

    How did the change in cooking process affect taste?
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