Egglettes Hard Boiled Egg Maker
The Egglettes Hard Boiled Egg Maker helps make the process of preparing hard boiled eggs, soft boiled eggs and mini-omelets easier than ever
The non-stick, silicone pods de-shell the eggs for you while the egglettes pods provide a water-tight lid that prevents water from entering during the boiling process. The boiled egg cooker is dishwasher-safe, making clean-up a breeze. It’s an ideal addition to most sets of cooking accessories. Use it for preparing eggs bites, egg whites, fruit, cupcakes, frozen treats, candy and more or for food storage or serving dips and sauces. Prepare recipes for breakfast; lunch, dinner, snack or mealtime and they can also hold and be used to sort small items. The Egglettes Hard Boiled Egg Maker is fun for a birthday or holiday party, baby shower, picnic, wedding or showcase and Easter egg creations. Simply crack open the eggs, pour them in, boil and serve for quick, convenient and easy use.
- Egglettes Hard Boiled Egg Maker
- Includes 4 individual molds
- Made with non-stick silicon pads
- Water tight lid
- Multifunctional and versatile; can make mini omelettes!
- Easy and convenient to use
- Use to serve dip, sauces and candy
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I bought Egglettes because I notoriously have had a problem peeling the shells off hard-boiled eggs. I’ve tried every trick in the book and I just for whatever reason could never get the hang of it and it looked like the eggs were eaten by moths when I was done peeling every little piece of shell off. So when I found these, I thought it was worth a shot. I’m happy to report that after following directions to a tee (as some of the other reviewers suggested) these really worked great! I mean, they’re not perfect egg shaped, but that’s ok! I notice that in the recipe book, you just scoop out the yolk from the flat side and refill for deviled eggs. They popped out pretty easily too! (Just don’t forget the cooking spray and make sure it’s well coated as it says – wiping off the excess.) To remove, I suggest tapping on them upside-down first before taking off the top, then gently squeezing from the sides to allow air into the back and they come right out. I had no trouble cleaning them out either. There was hardly anything TO clean out (see photo). I highly recommend them!
Soft boiled eggs, every morning for three months now and will buy more if these wear out.Key is not overfilling, making sure the caps are on tight, but not overly tight; keeping them religiously clean; the hole in the cap clear; turning the boiling water down to a slow roil _after_ the egg-lets are introduced; and using a pot that is sized just right to mitigate any tendency to turn turtle if the above steps are accidentally not done correctly.I also find that using room temperature butter, liberally applied with the index finger to the insides, and with a light application of same to the silicone ring before tightening the cap for a better seal, will result in no sticking whatsoever if done properly. I gave up on all other sprays and oils … the butter insures a smooth surface on the finish egg, just as if it came out of the shell.Also, the more they cool with cooked egg inside, the more chance of some sticking, but, using butter helps even that tendency, rarely ending in a hassle to clean.Used as above should increase your satisfaction. As always,YMMV …
28 Mom 08 –
These are the authentic egglettes as seen on TV. I think there are others that are not this brand that othere sellers are selling and those have terrible reviews. This product is authentic. Comes in its case with instruction & recipe booklet. I bought this item because my kids like hard boiled eggs, but not the yolk. I’ve used these to make hard boiled egg whites and they work wonderfully. Just lightly spray with cooking spray, fill with egg whites, tightly close lids and place in boiling water. I let them cook for 15 minutes, then take them out and place in cold water for a bit. Open each pod and they slide right out and are not greasy. There is no mess and are super easy to clean because none of the eggs get stuck in the pod. Love these. Highly recommend.
How did I ever live without these nifty little egg cookers?! I got a 4-pack today, and the kids and I were so excited to try them out!First up…HARD BOILED EGGS:We love hard-boiled eggs in our house but I HATE peeling them. Takes forever and I always wind up tearing chunks out of the eggs. But they are a great high-protein and healthy snack so we do make them often. I used my egglettes today to try some hard boiled eggs and OMG they were so easy to make!1. Sprayed the inside of each egglettes with avocado oil and rubbed it around to coat it evenly2. Cracked an egg into the egglettes3. Put on the lid and placed into boiling water for 17 minutesI removed with tongs and placed into cool water to quickly cool off and removed the lids. Then I squeezed the hard boiled egg onto my plate. Noooo peeling a shell!!! I sliced in half to make sure they were done, and they were perfect! The kids gobbled them right up!Next we tried…MINI OMELETTES:I followed the same prep as above with the oil and made my omelettes into a little cup before pouring into the egglettes. We used cheese and fresh basil. Cooked for the same 17 minutes as the hard boiled eggs and they came out amazing!I absolutely love the shape of how the eggs come out, because they are so much easier for my kids to hold and fun to eat. We will definitely be trying more fun recipes with these!
J. Brewer –
Egglettes are fun to use! The hard boiled eggs come out great and I love that they come out with a flat bottom (top?) – they stand perfectly as deviled eggs. The Egglettes cups go in the top rack of the dishwasher when finished so very easy to clean.You need to be careful to screw the lid on and follow the directions, but after I noted that, all has been delish!