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Eggy Poachie

SKU#  449112
$2.99
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Why We Love It

Make a deliciously easy breakfast with our Eggy Poachie. Simply crack an egg in the center of each poacher and lower into 2 to 3 inches of boiling water to cook perfect eggs every time!

Details & Dimensions

  • Eggy Poachie made of silicone
  • Includes directions for poaching eggs
  • Hand wash only
4"Dia.

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Reviews
Eggy Poachie 3.7 5 3 3
Easy Eggs Benedict I bought two of these in the store, then drove back to get more once I tried them. These make it easy to impress friends with an eggs benedict breakfast. Plus the wide edges make them easy to remove from the hot water. I either put them in the dishwasher to clean, or simply wipe with hot soapy water. And the little chick is cute. December 8, 2014
The One-Minute Poached Egg This Eggy ROCKS! I love soft-boiled eggs but dread the boiling water routine that takes 10+ minutes. With the Eggy Poachie, I drop a little butter into the Eggy, sometimes add some shredded cheese or garlic salt and pepper, crack and drop in the egg, puncture the yolk with a toothpick a few times and it's ready for the microwave. I do 30-seconds and then another 15 after a brief few seconds' pause. I'm not a big fan of runny whites and that's the timing with my microwave that gets me slightly runny yolk but no runny whites. Your mileage may vary depending on your taste and microwave. This is a great, fast, high-protein breakfast and provide no excuse for skipping the first meal of the day. It's done before my toast is out of the toaster oven! January 28, 2013
This thing is terrible if you follow the directions. Following the directions on the package to-the-letter, I ended up with a really runny, barely cooked egg in a silicone cup. So, I left it in for two minutes extra (for seven total) and saw that it had "cooked". Flipping it over onto my plate, the egg was stuck, nevermind that the cup had been lightly oiled. End result: Messy, undercooked egg on the plate, and $2.99 wasted on a useless gimmick. I was irritated enough with this thing that I actually registered here on world market's site in order to warn you. Save you $2.99 and learn to poach eggs correctly. December 14, 2014
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