Reddit Reddit reviews Nordic Ware Egg Poacher Microwave, 2 Cavity, White

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Nordic Ware Egg Poacher Microwave, 2 Cavity, White
Breakfast in minutesPerfectly cooks eggsTwo 3-inch cupsBPA and Melamine free, hand wash recommendedProudly made in the USA by Nordic WareIncluded Components: Nordic Ware Microwave 2 Cavity Egg Poacher
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14 Reddit comments about Nordic Ware Egg Poacher Microwave, 2 Cavity, White:

u/MayyJuneJulyy · 3 pointsr/mealprep

Nordic Ware 64702 Microwave 2 Cavity Egg Poacher

u/JaneGoodallVS · 3 pointsr/loseit
u/Vauce · 3 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuud

You can just use one of these and do it in 1 minute in the microwave, although you won't get the cool flowery look. Do they taste different boiled compared to microwaved?

u/Pork_Rind_Overdose · 3 pointsr/keto

Honestly, if you have the time to eat a bowl of cereal, you have the time to make a few eggs in the microwave. Those microwaveable egg cookers work really well, and they are done in less than two minutes. Might wanna try it someday and see just how it works.

u/longlive_yossarian · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

I cook a pack of bacon or sausage on Sunday and it eat throughout the week with some microwave poached eggs. They're way better than they sound and only take 1 minute to cook. I use one of [these] ( gimmicky things, but it works very well. You should be able to use something like a coffee mug too.

u/PhotogenicMemory · 2 pointsr/keto

If you wanna change things up with the "scrambled" eggs, might I suggest a microwave egg poacher? Bought this on a friend's recommendation at Wegmans for about $3 - it rocks. 1 minute for 2 eggs (semi-soft). :D

Also, upboats for 24 hour clock usage. And damn, full until 18:00, that's impressive!

u/carpecaffeum · 2 pointsr/loseit

Just get a big box of the quaker oats rolled oatmeal, add water or skim milk and toss it in the microwave for 2 minutes.

And I highly recommend something like this:

Pop it in the microwave microwave for a minute, bam, you have cooked eggs. I use mine all the time. Use a little nonstick spray before cooking and you can wash it out in about 30 seconds.

Chicken salad is a solid lunch. I often also just make a double portion of something healthy for dinner and use it the next day for lunch as well.

u/smushy_face · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

For breakfast, get a microwave egg cooker like this one or this one if you want more than two, and then buy the following at Costco: eggs, cheese slices, microwaveable bacon, and English muffins. Toast muffin(s), nuke bacon 45 - 60 seconds depending on your microwave, and nuke eggs for 50 or so seconds. Layer together with cheese. Voila! Delicious breakfast sandwich in under 5 minutes.

Edit to say: For convenience type items, I really like their microwaveable quiches. They're a four pack of a couple different kinds and they turn out pretty well in the microwave.

u/snail_pail · 2 pointsr/fatlogic

One quick & easy breakfast that I like, prep time less than 3 minutes:
Get one of these: or ask the Internet "how to poach an egg in the microwave" for a free method.
Poach 2 eggs (1min 37 seconds in my micro, yours may vary slightly) then heat up 1/3 cup of salsa (a good, chunky one, no sugar or similar crap added) for about 30 seconds and then dump eggs in salsa . Experience deliciousness. ~180 calories.

Another fast option is make oatmeal on the weekend (I like adding a little cocoa powder so it's like a lumpy, healthy chocolate pudding). You can freeze it in 1-cup measurements in tupperware, then remove from tupperware once frozen and store your "oatmeal bricks" in a large freezer bag (that way you can make a huge batch and don't need to worry about it getting moldy if you decide to do eggs & salsa instead for a few days in a row). Punch all the ingredients into MFP and the # of servings you end up with, and it will tell you the per-serving calorie count. In the morning, grab a "brick" and microwave it for about 3 min. Yum!

I do a similar thing with stew, I have a freezer full of delicious "stew bricks" for when I'm in a rush or it's just a cold day and I want something heathy and warming.

u/c0horst · 1 pointr/keto

I use the microwave in the mornings to make this! -

I love poached eggs in the mornings.

u/themodestmolly · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

I use basically this to poach my eggs and they turn out beautifully in the microwave

u/binderclips · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Wow that's gonna be hard. You can go waay 90s, and use microwave egg poachers/bacon racks/griddle/steamer. We had one of those egg poacher things when I was a kid and it worked fine for a long time. I wouldn't expect any of those things to last forever, but they're cheap and should last you at least a couple years.

With those, obviously you could make bacon & eggs. You could also steam cauliflower for cauli mash?

u/Obligatius · 0 pointsr/news

Or you can:

  • Put two slices of whole grain bread in the toaster
  • Crack two eggs into this and pop it in the microwave for one minute
  • Slice two slices of sharp cheddar (1 oz ea)
  • Grab a handful of baby carrots
  • Add cheese slices, and egg to top of toast
  • Top each egg& cheese toast with, salt, pepper, Tapatio
  • Wash & rinse knife & egg cooker

    700 calories of delicious and nutritious breakfast that I can eat in the car on the way to work.

    Time: 5 min (I've got it down to ~4 min, actually), which is less time than I was spending in the drive-thru every morning getting a pair of sausage mcmuffins and hashbrowns.

    Cost: $1.25

    The "time to cook" excuse is bullshit we tell ourselves because we'd rather spend equal or more time waiting for someone else to make us food that's tastier but not as healthy for us - and almost always more expensive.

    Let alone the time savings if you pre-cook a large batch of meals each week or two. Sure, you'll have less variety, but the food can still be delicious, nutritious, and more affordable.