Reddit Reddit reviews Dash black Rapid 6 Capacity Electric Cooker for Hard Boiled, Poached, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature, One Size

We found 43 Reddit comments about Dash black Rapid 6 Capacity Electric Cooker for Hard Boiled, Poached, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature, One Size. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Dash black Rapid 6 Capacity Electric Cooker for Hard Boiled, Poached, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature, One Size
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is the ORIGINAL (and most trusted) egg cooker on the market, for perfect eggs, your way, EVERY TIME, we guarantee it!QUICK + EASY: Short on time? Simply choose your preferred eggs and set the timer. The auto-shut off function prevents overcooking, and the buzzer will alert you when your eggs are ready. Its so simple, even your kids can use it. Power : 360 Watts.Material Plastic, MetalVERSATILE: This is the PERFECT appliance for picky eaters, large families, or those who have busy schedules. Hard boiled eggs, soft boiled eggs, poached eggs, scrambled eggs, individual omelets, and all within minutes of the push start button - it couldn’t be easier!COMPACT + LIGHTWEIGHT: Weighing 1lb, the Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is your MUST-HAVE for that first apartment, smaller kitchen, college dorm life, or camper/RV traveling. Plus, its sleek design and trendy color options will accent any kitchen space (bonus all included accessories fit inside, taking up even LESS space). Boils up to 6 eggs at a time, poaches up to 2 eggs with its separate poaching tray or makes an omelet.Cord length: 33INCLUDES: Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is backed by a 1-year manufacturer warranty and includes a poaching tray, omelet tray, 6 egg holder tray, measuring cup, recipe book and recipe database access (all non-electric parts are dishwasher safe)
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43 Reddit comments about Dash black Rapid 6 Capacity Electric Cooker for Hard Boiled, Poached, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature, One Size:

u/raiden_the_conquerer · 166 pointsr/AskWomen

egg cooker for egg cooking

shark bed for pet snoozing

squatty potty for help pooping

u/missing_rat123123123 · 22 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

this one is better. no microwave needed: amazon

u/CatzPwn · 7 pointsr/Weakpots

Gainz or also this. I don't have the first but Ive heard its pretty amazing. I do have the second and I can attest to rice cookers being fucking awesome. I use mine for cooking noodles, rice, soups, wontons, etc.

Alternatively if you want it to be purely lifting related I hear that Donnie thompsons recently started selling his bowtie and formal bowtie. Which are for people who bench a lot and have ache-y shoulders and ive heard its good.

Failing that maybe think of lifting clothes that are comfy that they might want? Ive heard a few pots talk about wool socks being amazing (though i dont know if you wear those to lift in or just in boots?). Also some companies like strideline let you put your own logo onto the socks themselves. So maybe get the weak elephant logo and put it on socks?

u/ShadedSpaces · 6 pointsr/keto

>the link posted above is not an affiliate link

For me, that's a page-not-found so... you're not wrong.


edit: I don't know anything about affiliate links or anything so feel free to lemme know and I'll delete this, but is this a non-affiliate link to it?

u/daemon_of_chaos · 6 pointsr/ketorecipes

You might be interested in the Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker then. It was the best $20 that I've spent in a while and the whole family has been eating more eggs because of how easy and consistent it is.
Thanks for sharing the recipe and tips. I'm definitely going to try this out.

u/not_an_achiever · 5 pointsr/keto

You should tell people that the link you put in is an affiliate link, which means you get paid if they click and buy.

For anyone wondering, this is a non-affiliate link of the same product:

Edit: Appparently OP says it's not her affiliate link... is that believable, who knows.

u/BurnAccount1974 · 4 pointsr/keto
u/mudprincess · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[This is for you] ( because I read in your comments that you have a new guy that you're excited about. I have found that keeping a mate happy is MUCH easier if you know their love language. 😍

[This is for me] ( because I have been doing Keto diet to lose weight and EGGS ARE LIFE on this diet. 🤓

[This is for /u/Miss-omnibus to read when she has insomnia] ( because she was sweet enough to summon me to introduce herself in another thread and we had a good conversation. 😘

AND I think there is still money left over for you to get a little something extra for yourself or save it for another contest! 🤩

u/browngirlbrown · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

I got this egg cooker and it is amazing. You can hard/medium/soft boil a bunch of eggs or poach and it's super quick. The buzzer when it's done is a little annoying but it's really small and can be stashed away easily.

u/fears_escalators · 2 pointsr/keto

I use this thing to boil the eggs:

Makes perfect eggs every time. Super easy.

And I make them very simply: just mix up 12 egg yolks, 1 tbsp of yellow mustard, 1/2 tsp salt, and however much mayonnaise you like in a bowl, spoon them in the egg whites, and pepper them to all hell.

I use Hellman’s with added olive oil.

More mayonnaise or mustard if you like. The first time I used too much mustard, which just makes them zippy. One time I didn’t use enough mayo, and they were very plain. I just eyeball the mayonnaise, making it nice and creamy.

u/dakkerz · 2 pointsr/FoodPorn

I bought one of these and it’s made making soft boiled eggs more consistently a lot easier.

u/mgnwfy · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

Highly recommend it we use it here in my office. Dash is the one we have. But I'm sure you can probably find it cheaper at Wally world or a Marshall's type store. It makes the perfect hard boil egg that peels so easily. And it's tiny. So 6 hard boiled eggs in 10 mins, instant breakfast or fast protein lunch.

u/arachelrhino · 2 pointsr/recipes

I got this one from amazon
Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker, Black

u/computerjunkie7410 · 2 pointsr/FoodPorn

Nah this thing:

Dash Rapid Egg Cooker: 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature - Black

u/Hawkonthehill · 2 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

Try this thing. I don't know how but they peel way easier and cook perfect every time.

Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker, Black

u/Nurse_Keto · 2 pointsr/keto

Dash Rapid Egg Cooker, Black

This thing is a life saver and cooks PERFECT boiled eggs. I bought the model that cooks a dozen eggs at a time. It also makes omelettes and poached eggs. Bed bath and beyond sells the larger model for $29.99, I used a 20% off code. Totally worth it!

u/gimpy04 · 2 pointsr/keto

All Amazon links must contain "/dp/" between the .com and the ASIN (the B00*** part).

The link should look like this:

u/toy_amore · 2 pointsr/keto

Your link doesn't work for me but were you pointing to the Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker by chance? If so, then I whole-heartedly agree with you. I love mine and use it everyday. Even the rest of my family are eating more eggs due to how easy and consistent they cook. I've used the poacher and personal omelette parts as well and they are great. Best $20 I ever spent.

u/Otto-Didact · 1 pointr/keto

Make half a dozen boiled eggs in under 10 minutes with one of these:
Reasonably priced (as gadgets go), easy to use, works awesome.

u/butter_half · 1 pointr/CasualConversation

I LOVE EGGS. My bf jokes that I eat so many that I am an egg. I even have this as my home screen wallpaper right now: Also, this little egg cooker has been an absolute game changer!

u/Antranik · 1 pointr/keto

In my actual article, under the "egg salad" I have way more details such as how I soft-boil the eggs. Here I'll copy paste it:

There are MANY ways to soft boil eggs but this is what I do:

  • Put water and eggs in small pot.
  • Turn heat on high.
  • When it starts boiling vigorously (takes about 5-6 minutes), I turn off the heat and cover the pot and set a timer for 3 minutes.
  • When the timer is up, I pour the water out and pour in cold water to halt the cooking process. It’s best to just transfer them to a bowl with cold water.

    If you’re on the go or don’t have much time to make sure it's perfect, some people use an electric egg cooker like this one which makes it a brainless activity to cook the eggs to the desired setting (soft, med, hard) without having to tend to it if you’re getting ready for work.
u/E1Mariachi · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

I am talking about an egg cooker like one of these.

You can see on this measuring cup that it needs more water to boil one egg "medium" than it needs for two.

u/spyWspy · 1 pointr/leangains

Perfect hard boiled eggs every time. Dash Rapid Egg Cooker: 6 Egg Capacity Electric Egg Cooker for Hard Boiled Eggs, Poached Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, or Omelets with Auto Shut Off Feature - Black

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/cookingforbeginners

I’m hit or miss when it comes to eggs. The only way for me to cook perfect hard boiled is with an
electric egg cooker
I got this one on amazon and it also does poached and omelet style (in a dish). Easy clean up and quick cooking time.

Many specialty kitchen gadgets that only do one thing are unnecessary, but for me this one is essential.

u/exccord · 1 pointr/keto

Fastest breakfast I have is I take 2 eggs and put them in an egg cooker then set it, forget it and 5 minutes later I grab and go. Of course I get a towel or container to take them with me.

u/AnteaterToAggie · 1 pointr/UCDavis

Breakfast: 2 hard-boiled eggs (protein), 10 baby carrots (filler, necessary sugars, vitamins)

Cooking Hard-Boiled Eggs (for the person who doesn't want to want to watch a pot of water boil)

Option 1:

Option 2:

I make a dozen per week with minimal effort.

u/chobette · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Don't laugh at me, but I really want this egg cooker. I don't know why you should or should not pick me, because I think we're all worthy. However, I stay at home most day with my two young children and then work on the weekends. My husband just got showered in gifts for his birthday from not only myself but family and friends of his. I know my birthday will roll around and I will be lucky to get a card. Waaah. Anyway, I love deviled eggs and I always have to call my mine to get her hard boiled egg break down because my memory sucks. This would be swell to have and I can quit annoying her.

u/floralbomber · 1 pointr/Cooking

I find the texture a bit spongy/off, but it’s edible. I’ve found this egg cooker to be really great for hard boiled/soft boiled and it can do scrambled too— only annoying thing is the loud noise when it’s done. It uses steam to cook and has saved me lots of water and watching pans and pots!

u/HindleMcCrindleberry · 1 pointr/steak

Wow, that's interesting... I've never seen anything like that. Looked it up and I'm assuming it's something like this?

u/Thad54Castle · 1 pointr/steroids

Get an egg cooker like this for perfectly peeled hardboiled eggs.

u/catchthisfade · 1 pointr/loseit
  1. Microwave eggs (use to do this for a while in college when I was too lazy to use the stove). I used this in my microwave days:

    Nordic Ware Microwave Omelet Pan

    However if he isn't allowed to even use the microwave, I'd reccomend he buy this and use it in his room instead:

    Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker

  2. Protein bar also a solution when I was too lazy put anything together.

  3. Flavored low cal Yogurt, without cornflakes. Get the cornflakes out of the house if he finds himself eating them too much. I fucking love these: Light and Fit Greek Blueberry and Strawberry Nonfat Yogurt, 5.3 Ounce - 12 per pack -- 1 each.

  4. Finally, I also reccomended rice cakes with the topping of his choice. Rice cakes are low calorie (mine are 35 a pop), so I'd simply top them off with a spoon of whatever spread I had. Typically a 90cal spoon of peanbut butter (delciois with rice cakes), or hummus! Really easy to put together.
u/threespruces · 1 pointr/Cooking

When I was a child in the seventies (here in the U.S.), my mom had an electric egg steamer. Inside the cover in the center was a small post with a pin embedded in the end that you used to pierce the shells before cooking. You could also poach eggs in the appliance, using an additional tray. I had forgotten completely about that thing until I saw your post. Haven't seen anything like it in years.

Update: Nevermind. Here's a modern version.

u/TheBigMost · 1 pointr/videos
u/KetoSheriff · 1 pointr/keto

Every once in a while I'll say something nice. I bought one of these about a year ago and it's been a lifesaver.

u/Tantric989 · 1 pointr/Whatcouldgowrong

If you like hard boiled eggs a lot, this is one of the best things you can buy under $20. I get perfect hard boiled eggs every time with 0 effort. It also has trays for poaching and omelets, they don't make anything amazing but they will make decent eggs with a bonus that it was steamed and not fried.

u/beatitnerd · 1 pointr/Charlotte

Intel G3258 - 30
It was overclocked to 4.4GHz using an Evo 212 Cooler. Comes with an unused stock cooler.

GIGABYTE Radeon R9 270 - 60
It was never overclocked and always ran well.

Cuisinart GR-11 Griddler 3-in-1 Grill and Panini Press - 25
Works fine I just don't use it anymore. It has removable grates which is very nice. Includes an OXO panini press brush.

Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker - 10
Never used.

Fitness Gear 2x6 Folding Exercise Mat - 20
Never used still in the cardboard.

u/LivingPaleo · 0 pointsr/1200isplentyketo

Do you not have a cooktop, or you’re just looking for simplicity? Eggs in the microwave don’t sound very good, to be honest. I have one of these egg cookers and I use it constantly. Super simple soft or hard boiled eggs, it also does poached eggs and omelettes but I’ve never tried either.

u/usatoday · -7 pointsr/IAmA

What shouldn't you? Kidding. There are lots of great things under $20 on sale for Prime Day. This egg cooker is probably my top choice:

I've had one for a couple years and it's so effortless to make hard boiled eggs. And it makes weird but totally fine little omelettes for when you're lazy but still want brunch. - Samantha

Here are some other top options under $20 (sorry we don't have a list curated for under $15!):