The Eggspress Microwave Shell-less Egg Cooker Review

by Pam on August 29, 2010

Sometimes I would love to have hard boiled eggs for my tuna salad. The kids love deviled eggs. I rarely cook hard boiled eggs because it takes so much time. I’m usually in a hurry when I’m preparing a meal and don’t have time for the eggs to boil and cool down. Of course, there is also the big mess from shelling the eggs. Guess who gets to clean?

Thanks to the Eggspress the kids can have deviled eggs whenever they want!

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. It has a three part stackable design so I can cook from six to eighteen eggs at a time.

It’s so simple to use! Just coat the Eggspress with cooking spray, crack an egg into each of the six cavities and puncture each yolk with a toothpick. Lock the unit and place the Eggspress into the microwave at 50% power for four minutes.

If you want to make eggs the traditional way, simply place the unit in a water-filled pot and boil on the stovetop. I never use a product that is difficult or time consuming to clean. The Eggspress can be placed in the top shelf of the dishwasher for easy cleaning.

Buy It!
The Eggspress is available for purchase from Amazon.

Thanks to InventHelp for allowing me to review the Eggspress. All opinion are my own. Others opinions and experiences may vary.

Pam is a former teacher turned work from home mom. When she's not caring for her kids or cats, she can be found whipping up tasty recipes, trying her hand at the newest techie gadgets or reading. She loves to travel whenever she has a chance and spends way too much time on the computer sharing her experiences.

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