I just took out my Egg Genie I got about two months ago, and I must say it’s pretty awesome.
I love eggs, especially egg salad, but I really hate cooking it all. Boiling all that water is such a pain, and fishing the eggs out is literally a pain — I always end up burning myself.
But this neat little As Seen on TV egg cooker made making eggs insanely easy. I just put it in however many eggs I want (up to seven eggs) set it and walk away. That’s my kind of cooking! If I had a job, the electric egg cooker would really save time. I took advice from another commercial and Slap Chop the hard boiled eggs with some peppers and onions — put it all in a tortilla and bam, I’ve got a killer breakfast burrito. The Egg Genie comes with a pretty great microwave bacon cooker. This puts my breakfast burritos at a whole new level… if only I could afford bacon all the time.
Basically the Egg Genie egg cooker heats up water and uses the steam to cook the eggs to the perfect consistency. I never get those weirdly textured yolks you can get when you cook eggs too long — which are really gross. When I first got the thing, I gave my Egg Genie review to all my friends, but they couldn’t care less. They sure ate my burritos and perfect egg salad with no complaints though.
If I had a job, the Egg Genie, As Seen on TV, would really cut time out of my morning routine. But if I had a job I wouldn’t have seen the great Egg Genie infomercial, so maybe I’m better off…
Buy It Or Not?
Buy it, definitely. It’s actually a really great time saver for those of you with stuff to do all day. And since it’s so simply designed, it can never really wear out. Electricity heats water, the steam cooks the eggs — that’s it. Mine’s lasted months and many a egg, and it seems really durable.
Buy the Egg Genie egg cooker and see how great it is to have perfectly cooked eggs without any hassle.