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28 Products For Anyone Who Just Really Loves Eggs

Warning: truly eggceptional products and puns ahead.

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1. A pair of open, silicone baskets to help you make *traditional* (i.e. open, in boiling water) poached eggs — without any of the fuss.

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Just set a pot a-boiling, crack the egg in the cup, and the funnel shape guides the egg gently into the water so it will retain its shape without breaking. And the hole pattern in the silicone keeps the hot water flowing around the egg for even cooking and a perfectly runny yolk. AND it has a silicone tab that sticks above the water line and doesn't get hot, so you can remove the poaching cups from the pot with ease.

Get a set of two from Amazon for $9.95.

Promising review: "These are just great! No spread-out poached eggs, the eggs don't stick to the silicone poachers, and clean-up is a breeze. The top section folds over for nice compact storage. If you like poached eggs, you'll like these little poachers." —E. Deland

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2. Or if you really #cannot deal with boiling a pot of water, a two-cavity silicone tool that'll let you achieve the glory of a poached egg right in the microwave.

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Spray a little cooking oil so they won't stick, crack your egg in one of the cavities, and microwave. That's it!

Get it from Amazon for $10.98. Available in four colors.

Promising review: "I like to eat poached eggs and thought this was great because I can make it myself and be able to do it in the microwave really fast. This is very convenient, and works pretty well. It’s made of silicone so it's easy to clean, and it's durable. It’s pretty versatile also, and can be used as mold for baking. This is something you don't think you need, but great when you do have it." —Dao

4. A rapid cooker that'll make whipping up nuritious hardboiled eggs less...well...hard. Taking protein-rich snacks on the go has never been easier. ~Cobble~ together a Cobb salad with zero effort!

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Just fill it with water (according to your chosen level of egg doneness), add up to six eggs, and turn on. When the eggs are done, it'll automatically shut off! Yes, you can take a nap while waiting for your eggs to boil — and not worry about leaving them on too long. The removable parts are also dishwasher safe, so get ready for this to be your new lazy best friend.

Get it from Amazon for $21.99 or Walmart for $24.95. Available in four colors.

Promising review: "If hard-boiled eggs are at all a part of your life, this device will change everything. Reclaim lost hours, catch up on missed TV, reconnect with old friends and family -—anything is possible with the free time you'll find at your disposal as you drop six eggs into this beast, press a button, and then walk away. What will you do? High-intensity exercise? Model building? Learn a second language? I hear your concern. 'What if I become so engrossed in my newfound love of taxonomy that I forget about my eggs?' Fear not, efficient chef. Like the trump of Gabriel himself, the unmistakable tone of this technological marvel could rouse the dead and will bring you running to your fresh-and-ready ova's side. The Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker is what mankind has been working towards since the first roundish stone was shaped into a wheel. Witness the apex of human innovation!" —J. Mercer Crenshaw

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7. A frying pan with built-in recessed cups that'll whip up four perfectly uniform eggs so you can feed the whole family without the whites all running together.

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TBH it's also great for anyone with a Gaston-level appetite, too. Now that he's grown he eats five dozen eggs, so he's roughly the siiiize of a baaaaaarge!

Get it from Amazon for $20.94. Also available in a seven-mold version.

Promising review: "Buttered the pan lightly and have tried pancakes and eggs in this pan. It is truly non-stick (while cooking and afterwards cleaning). It works exactly as I had hoped, looks pretty sleek, and is easy to store (relatively thin pan). Whether you're making breakfast sandwiches or pancakes...or both! Pancake bun breakfast sandwich! (Mind blown!) This pan will work for you." —General Store

8. Or if you only need to feed one, a silicone ring to make contained, circular eggs so assembling a 'gram-worthy breakfast sandwich is less of a ~scramble~.

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The little doodads on the side are handles so you can easily remove the rings from the pan without burning your fingers. Plus, they're totally non-stick, so removing the eggs couldn't be easier. AND they're dishwasher safe.

Get a pack of four rings from Amazon for $9.98. (Bonus: it comes with a silicone brush!) You can also get individual ones from Walmart for $3 each.

Promising review: "I really like these. Have had them for only one month BUT they work wonderfully. Easy to use and easy to clean. Make a great egg white delight sandwich so you can save yourself a few bucks!!!!" —Jean

9. A handy little hardboiled egg peeler you didn't think you needed, but is absolutely worth ~shelling~ out for.

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Here's what you need to do: add a little water, toss your boiled egg inside, snap on the top, shake it a few times, and your completely shelled egg will be ready to eat in SECONDS. Pro tip: this is especially great for anyone who loves to make deviled eggs!

Get it from Amazon or The Grommet for $17.95. Available in four colors.

Promising review: "Absolutely genius product. Easy to use. You can just almost slide the peel off your boiled eggs. Put the exact amount of water listed to ensure the perfect result." —Rhonda

10. A *45-second* stoneware omelet maker that'll upgrade your morning routine. Omelet you finish, but this might be the easiest way to make a healthy breakfast of all time. OF ALL TIME.

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Crack an egg, stir in your chosen mix-in ingredients, pop in the microwave. 45 seconds later, your omelet is ready to eat!

Get it from Uncommon Goods for $25.

Promising review: "I would buy this product again! The omelet ended up very light, fluffy and moist! Perfect size for a bagel! Great purchase." —Omelet lover

11. A four-pack of breakfast-themed coasters so you won't ~chicken~ out when it comes to reminding your guests to stop leaving rings on your coffee table.

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Get them from Surface Werks on Etsy for $26. You can also get an area rug shaped like a fried egg from the same Etsy shop for $104.

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12. A copy of the Egg Shop Cookbook for anyone who can't get the delicious breakfast-all-day dishes at their New York restaurant. Now you can make 'em at home!

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This book'll teach you the best classic ways to make eggs and how to master them (looking at you, scrambled eggs), plus extra gourmet trick to try like coddling in Mason jars with truffle oil. Use your favorite techniques to recreate their signature breakfast sandwiches and bowls! Anyone else drooling right now?

Get it from Amazon for $20.99, Barnes and Noble for $22.57, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

Promising review: "I live in Los Angeles and Egg Shop is always one of my first stops when visiting NYC. So when I found out they were releasing a cookbook I immediately pre-ordered it so I could enjoy my fave dishes year round. And it does not disappoint — it goes above and beyond the dishes in their restaurant to give you a full step-by-step on how to become an egg cooking pro. It's also written in a humorous, light-hearted way that makes you actually want to read it (and not just look at the photos). Highly recommend it for anyone who loves brunch, egg sandos, or omelets for dinner!" —Amazon Customer

13. A ceramic nonstick frying pan that'll make you toss your old PFOA-treated ones (you know, with that dark, weirdly-textured coating) — these are better for you, much longer-lasting, and your eggs will sliiiiiide right out every time — little or no oil required.

14. A miniature (3.5") Lodge skillet perfect for making breakfast for one, whether you like baked eggs, shakshuka, a frittata, or an egg-topped hash.

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Get it from Amazon for $7.46 or Jet for $6.69. Also available in seven larger sizes.

Promising review: "This tiny skillet is perfect for sautéing a small amount of onions, cooking an egg for a breakfast sandwich, or melting a bit of butter. It's come in handy far more often than I initially thought it would, and might be the most used skillet we own after our 15"." —Chris Dunning

15. A bread cutter to transform your usual egg-in-the-basket breakfast into a monster of a good time. Spoiler alert: the whites of his eyes are actually made out of egg whites.

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Get the set from Amazon for $13.

Promising review: "This is a favorite in my house. I wish I meant kids, but my fiancé constantly begs for 'monster toast' for breakfast. It's a success for a picky eater who never really ate breakfast before. I like rolling out the bread just little bit before cutting it out. Definitely use medium eggs if you don't want any of the white to spill over. Still tastes great either way, though. I've always put fried eggs in bread, but this adds a fun, cute flair to it." —Sarah Taylor

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17. A tube of Skinfood's Pore Foam for anyone knows the incredible, edible egg isn't *just* for eating. This bb contains albumen (aka protein-rich egg white) to tighten skin and pores, keeping breakouts at bay and fighting fine lines and wrinkles.

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You'll totally have egg on your face — but, like, in a good way.

Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

Promising review: "I LOVE THIS PRODUCT. I have used this my daily skin care routine for about 1.5 years and have to say this is my favorite foam cleanser. After using it, my face feels refreshed, clean, and smooth. I have dry skin with some hyperpigmentation and get occasional breakouts. After using this cleanser, I noticed a decrease in the number of breakouts and a brightening of my complexion. I've also noticed that my skin doesn't get as oily as quickly as it used to. I would definitely recommend this product!" —Lelee

18. Sumo wrestler–inspired egg cups sure to remind you that hard- or softboiled eggs will make you super strong 💪. And they'll make your breakfast more fun, but that's just an added bonus.

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When you're done eating, just toss 'em in the dishwasher.

Get a pair from Amazon for $11.97 or Walmart for $8.99.

19. A tee for any aspiring Ron Swanson just looking for a JJ's diner of their own.

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Get it from Amazon for $19.95+. Sizes: S–3XL. Also available in blue.

Promising review: "I LOVE this shirt. It's high quality cotton, with vivid colors and print. No bull here. Favorite T-shirt material — built to last, son. Like a canoe." —T. Chapman Wing

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22. A "grip 'n' flip" spatula you can clamp down for easy turning. Making an over easy egg will never be the same again. NO BROKEN YOLKS!

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This is one of those inventions that makes you think, "Why didn't I come up with this?"

Get it from Amazon for $9.95 or a similar one from Walmart for $9.58.

Promising review: "This rescued me. My husband likes breakfast eggs over easy; this tool has allowed me to flip the egg just at the right time. Until this flipper, I had been a total failure at making eggs to his liking probable because I don't like eggs this way so it's hard to make something that I see as 'raw.' Today husband said 'perfect!' It's also great at flipping really cheesy grilled cheese sandwiches." —Mustang Sally

23. A stress toy that'll puke out his yolk when things get tough so you don't have to. And unlike you, he can gobble it right up again for the next time something stressful happens!

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Get it from Amazon for $5.99.

Promising review: "This is a soft ball that you put the slime in it's mouth, squeeze the ball and the ball 'pukes' the slime up. Concept is gross, but it's remarkably fun to play with." —Mark Sandlin

24. A dino skull–shaped hardboiled egg mold so any kid's (or kid at heart's) breakfast time can feel more like an archeological dig at a fossil site.

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Parents of picky eaters, rejoice!

Get it from Amazon for $6.95+. Also available in a skull shape and a chick shape.

Promising review: "Works wonders! Gave me a good laugh the first time I used it! Mainly cause it really works and I wasn't expecting it to. Now I wish I had more to do more at once." —April Farrar

26. A foolproof timer you can toss in with your boiling eggs — as it heats up, it'll glow to show when your eggs are soft, medium, hard, and even the little stages in-between.

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It calculates by temperature rather than by time, so your eggs will be cooked just the way you like them every single time.

Get it from Amazon or Jet for $6.

Promising review: "This kitchen device is a no-brainer for the money and simple convenience. You simply put it in the pot of water with the eggs, and as the eggs cook, a thin layer of heat-sensitive material sandwiched in the middle changes color (darkening) from the outside perimeter inward, indicating how much the egg is done. This has to be in the top 20 great gadgets/tools to have in the kitchen. I have recommended this and purchased this as a gift for others and the consensus is a unanimous thumbs-up. I never boil eggs without it." —SS

28. And a lazy AF Gutetama tee, because when asked the question "What did you do this weekend?" the answer should be "I ~lay~ in bed all day." Now if only your blanket was made of bacon, too.

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