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    Apr 4, 2020

    17 Game-Changing Products For Anyone Who Basically Wakes Up Just For Breakfast

    Wakey wakey eggs and bakey.

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    Does the idea of a freshly cooked, delicious breakfast help you get out of bed in the morning? Or are you the type of person who could easily have breakfast for dinner any day of the week? Then these products are basically screaming your name.

    1. A Dash mini waffle maker that will ensure you never heat up a frozen Eggo again once you try the homemade version.

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    Promising review: "I absolutely love this thing! Wasn’t sure I’d use it much, but got it cuz it was super cheap and so glad I did! You’d be surprised how many different things you can use it for besides just waffles." — Swampyy

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $18 (available in four colors).

    2. Or a Belgian waffle maker if you want to take things to the next level with fluffy, homemade waffles topped with anything from whipped cream and strawberries to maple syrup and banana.

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    Promising review: "I love this waffle maker. It's compact enough so it doesn't take up too much counter space, it heats up quickly, it cooks waffles evenly, and it's very easy to use and clean." —Customer

    Get it from Sur La Table for $59.99.

    3. A 3-in-1 tool so you can split, de-pit, and cut avocados effortlessly for avo toast on demand.

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    Promising review: "My wife bought this for me as a part of my birthday present (she knows I swear by OXO products) since I eat between 3-4 avocados a week and usually just use a paring knife. I tried it for the first time and WOW! It's safe and versatile: I can make my baked egg and avocado breakfast as well as prep my guacamole. Great design!" —hambone

    Get it from Target for $9.99.

    4. An easy-to-use electric egg cooker that can make any style eggs from scrambled and poached to hard boiled and omelets with the click of a button.

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    Promising review: "I love this kitchen appliance and wish I knew about it years ago. If you want extremely easy hard-, medium-, or soft-boiled eggs, poached eggs, or a mini omelet, this is the product for you. Hard-boiled eggs take only five minutes to cook, and they peel much easier than those boiled on the stove. The unit is very small, but it holds seven eggs." —Targetnottarjay

    Get it from Target for $14.99 (available in blue and black).

    5. Or an omelet cooker that allows you to make omelets with pretty much no effort and no mess. Just pour beaten eggs and your favorite fillings into the omelet mold and pop it into the microwave.

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    Promising review: "Even after buying specialized pans for the stove top, I've never been able to successfully make omelets. Then I decided to try this product, and I am now making omelets all the time. I was so impressed with the quality that I bought the second one so that I could prep two omelets at the same time for me and my husband." —Criccite

    Get it from Bed Bath & Beyond for $14.99.

    6. And while you're at it, an egg slicer to make dicing hard-boiled eggs a breeze whether you're making egg salad or fancy toast.

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    Promising review: "I got this to make egg salad and it works great! It definitely cuts down on the prep time and makes just the right size cuts." —Getz40

    Get it from Bed Bath & Beyond for $9.99.

    7. A compact Chemex pour-over coffee maker that will permanently replace your electric one thanks to strong, high-quality, great-tasting coffee you'll want to wake up for.

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    Promising review: "After years of using automatic coffee makers and French presses, I finally discovered how to make the perfect cup of coffee with my Chemex. Pour-over coffee brings out the best flavor. To keep my morning pot warm, I use the warming burner on my stove at a medium setting. It's easy to clean and classic in design, I love the Chemex." —Olivia75

    Get a six-cup coffee maker from Bed Bath & Beyond for $43.99.

    8. A miniature Le Creuset casserole dish for perfectly portioned baked eggs for one. Just whisk eggs together with your favorite toppings, pour them into the petite cocotte, and bake in the oven.

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    Promising review: "I love these petite cocottes. I made individual breakfast stradas in them for Christmas, and they came out hot and fluffy. I can see many uses for this product including individual pot pies, onion soup, and more." —Margaret I.

    Get it from Sur La Table for $25.95 (originally $35; available in 10 colors).

    9. A handheld milk frother that will turn you into a barista in your very own kitchen. Hello, creamy homemade cappuccinos.

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    Promising review: "I bought this product in white, and for the price it's a great little frother for my morning coffee. I heat a bit of my half and half in the microwave and froth it to make a nice foam topping. What a treat!" —Dru P.

    Get it from Sur La Table for $10 (available in red and white).

    10. A Magic Bullet blender with a grab-and-go blending cup for delicious homemade smoothies when you're in a hurry.

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    Promising review: "The Magic Bullet blends very smooth and quickly. I’ve never really been into making smoothies at home until having this, now i have one most every morning!" —Cali Garey

    Get it from Bed Bath & Beyond for $39.99.

    11. A cast-iron skillet in which you can make endless one-pot recipes from bacon, egg, and potato hash to Dutch babies and shakshuka.

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    Promising review: "This cast-iron skillet is awesome. It's great on the stove and in the oven. The cleanup is easy, and it's a great value for the price." —cookie1952

    Get it from Target for $22.99.

    12. And a reliable non-stick skillet for fluffy and creamy scrambled eggs or crispy-edged eggs that roll right off the pan and onto your plate. Say goodbye to pesky clean-up and endless scrubbing.

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    Promising review: "This is the best skillet I have ever used for fried eggs. There's absolutely no sticking. It performs very well no matter what I cook in it. It heats quickly and evenly. Food doesn't stick and cleanup is a breeze." —Ed S

    Get it from Sur La Table for $29.95+ (available in four sizes).

    13. A handy double breakfast sandwich maker, because why should you have to scramble eggs, fry bacon, and toast bread separately when a single gadget can accomplish all those tasks at once?

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    Promising review: "I love this little beauty! I received the single-serving version for Christmas, but purchasing this double version for my family of three allows us all to eat at the same time. I highly recommended for a quick and delicious meal!" —Ring

    Get it from Target for $39.99.

    14. A citrus juicer so you can swap the Tropicana for fresh-as-heck homemade juice. Now, break out the champagne — it's mimosa time.

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    Promising review: "Wow! I was planning on buying a juicer attachment for my KitchenAid, but then I found this little gem. It's the best thing I've purchased since moving to Florida, and it works like a dream. I use it to make fresh orange juice every morning. It's fast, quiet, does a great job, and is easy to clean. You can make juice with all the pulp you want or with none at all." —Jolie

    Get it from Bed Bath & Beyond for $19.99+ (available in white and aqua).

    15. A set of two super flexible silicone spatulas perfect for scraping the very last bits of scrambled eggs from the pan or pancake batter from the mixing bowl.

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    Promising review: "I love these spatulas, especially the one-piece construction, which makes them easy to wash and clean. They feel really nice in my hand, and I also love how they help me scrape things out of jars." —Lauri R

    Get a set of two from Sur La Table for $12 (available in red, grey, blue, and white).

    16. A family-sized electric griddle for big batches of pancakes, bacon, home fries, and so much more, which will turn Sunday morning brunch into a glorious affair.

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    Promising review: "This is an excellent griddle! I love the drip tray and how easy the entire griddle is to clean and wipe down. So far I've made eggs, bacon, pancakes, quesadillas, burritos, and more. The cleanup is easy and the griddle offers enough space to make multiple foods at once. I would definitely recommend." —Natalie T

    Get it from Target for $19.99.

    17. A set of two silicone pods for impossible-to-mess-up poached eggs. Bring on the eggs Benedict.

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    Promising review: "I love poached eggs, but I struggle with the boiling-in-water method. I like firm whites, but I want the yolks completely runny. With these silicone pods I get perfect poached eggs every time. I put a tiny bit of coconut oil in the bottom of the pod, add the eggs, put a lid on the pot and hit the timer for 3 minutes. It's perfection each and every time." —Heather C

    Get a set of two from Sur La Table for $9.95.