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    19 Products From Walmart For Anyone Who Just Really Loves Eggs

    It's no yolk — these products are truly egg-ceptional!

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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.

    Price: $19.15 (for a set of two).

    2. Or if you really cannot deal with the stove, a microwave egg maker that'll let you achieve the glory of a perfectly round scrambled egg (or two) perfect for sandwiches — in just 45 seconds.

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    Just scramble an egg or two and pour the mixture in. You can mix with other ingredients too (like CHEESE, duh!)

    Price: $5.99 (originally $7.70).

    Promising review: "To me, this is the very best egg cooker! Great and the perfect size for weekend breakfast sandwiches! In other microwave cookers the eggs come out thin — with this, the eggs come out fluffy! Liked it so much, got another for our trailer and will be on my friends gift list this season." —LVFrog

    3. A Hamilton Beach rapid cooker to make whipping up nutritious 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 seven eggs, and turn on. When the eggs are done, the timer will go right off! You can also use the poaching tray to make three poached eggs at a time.

    Price: $16.99 (originally $19.99).

    Promising review: "This makes cooking hardboiled eggs a breeze!! Always cooked to perfection (in 17 minutes for 7 eggs) and SO easy to peel — that's almost the best part!! Just love it." —skdee

    4. 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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    Price: $21.95+ (also available in copper)

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

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    Price: $3.27

    Promising review: "Creates an easy way to shape fried eggs, perfectly sized for an English muffin. Egg slips out with ease, provided you pre-butter it, and cleans without fuss!" —BMadill

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

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    Price: $12.95

    7. A Norpro microwave omelet maker that'll upgrade your morning routine. Omelet you finish, but this might be the easiest way to make a satisfying breakfast of all time. OF ALL TIME.

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    It's made of nonstick silicone, and you can just toss it in the dishwasher when you're done. Recipe ideas are included as well!

    Price: $11.79

    8. 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?

    Price: $12.99+

    9. A BuzzFeed Tasty 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.

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    They're made of ceramic non-stick titanium for even heating and scratch-free resistance, and the silicone handle will keep you from burning your mitts when flipping those breakfasts.

    Price: $17.88 (originally $19.98; also available in blue)

    10. A Game of Thrones–inspired egg cup, because if you don't think you're going to need a hearty breakfast (and lunch & dinner) to power you through the cry-fest that will be next week's "The Battle of Winterfell," ~yolks on you~.

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    I hope Jon Snow (excuse me, EGG-on Targaryen) has time for breakfast before the battle begins.

    Price: $14.74

    11. 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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    Price: $7.98

    12. A pair of socks so you can show a peek of your Ron Swanson side at the office. Your business lunch order? "Give me all the bacon and eggs you have."

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    Price: $10.95

    13. 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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    Price: $8.82

    14. A foolproof timer designed to be tossed 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.

    Price: $4.70

    15. A tube of Skinfood's egg white pore foam or pore mask for anyone knows the incredible, edible egg isn't *just* for eating. These bbs contain 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.

    Prices: $15.47 (for the pore foam) and $13.90 (for the pore mask)

    16. A Gudetama lazy egg plushie that says exactly what you're thinking when someone makes YOU get out of your bed. LEAVE ME ALONE!!!! At least a good breakfast is in your future, tho.

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    He goes right back in his eggshell bed — just zip it up to tuck him in.

    Price: $31.99 (originally $43.19).

    17. A soft boiled egg set with everything you need to easily enjoy a set white and slightly gooey yolk when you're still shrugging off sleep. The clever topper precisely cuts and removes the top of the eggshell so you can get to the good stuff stat.

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    The 10-piece stainless steel set includes one eggshell-cutting topper, four egg spoons, four egg cups, and a separator.

    Price: $21.99

    18. An adorable onesie to help any new parent see the ~sunny side~ of falling asleep into their breakfast after yet another sleepless night. Cute onesies make egg-cellent baby shower gifts.

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    Price: $19.99 (available in sizes newborn–18 months).

    19. And a transparent egg holder so you can see how many you have left at a glance when you open the fridge door. Those grocery store "do....I have eggs at home??" panics are at an end.

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    Thinking you have a few left and being WRONG is just...so annoying. And it holds 14 eggs so you stock up without having an almost-empty carton taking up valuable fridge space!

    Price: $8.57

    Promising review: "Very sturdy. Holds all my eggs and I can place other things on top of holder without worrying that eggs will break. Very satisfied!" —Julie

    "Whatcha doing?" "Idk, thinking about runny egg yolks and stuff."

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    Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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