This $18.11 kitchen utensil could make cooking your favorite egg dish a breeze

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Whether you like your eggs scrambled, hard-boiled or poached, cooking eggs isn't always easy. Maybe you don't have the time or the know how to cook a fabulous egg dish. But thankfully, there is something that could help you do all the work.

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With nearly 13,000 positive reviews, The Dash Rapid 6 Capacity Electric Cooker helps you cook the eggs you want and cook them fast. According to the product description, it makes up to six hard boiled eggs, two poached eggs, scrambled eggs and omelets all "within minutes" of being turned on. 

Shop: Dash Rapid 6 Capacity Electric Cooker, $18.11, (Orig, $19.99)

Now poached eggs may not be the easiest thing to make — even hard boiled eggs can be tricky if you don't have enough water — but this cooker has several tools to get you started.  It comes with a poaching tray, omelet tray, holder tray and a measuring cup.

And while experience is great when using a stovetop, it doesn't seem you need to be a master in the kitchen with this cooker. In fact, it boasts that the device is so easy to use that "even your kids can use it."

All you have to do is select what type of eggs you want, set the timer and watch the cooker go to work. Plus, it has an auto-shut off feature so you don't have to worry about overcooking. You can also take a look at the recipe book that comes with it if you want to take your egg making skills to the next level.

For egg-lovers with tight kitchen space, this cooker might come in handy. It weighs just one pound and many Amazon shoppers have raved about its quality cooking.

"I AM IN LOVE!!!!" one reviewer wrote. "Being on a keto diet, eggs are essential. I don't have a kitchen at work, so I've had to resort to cooking eggs in the microwave. Hard boiling eggs in the microwave can be done, but it's tricky. Most of the time they end up under cooked or over cooked and then they are a pain to peel. Not with this baby! I've used it three times now, twice with 4 eggs in it and once with 6 eggs in it, and they come out PERFECT! EVERY. SINGLE. TIME!"

Another echoed that sentiment: " I had no idea what this was when I first saw it, and got it on a whim. Now, after a week, it’s no joke one of my favorite breakfast ways to make food. We eat a lot of eggs as we have chickens, and this does hard boiled eggs so fast and well. Also my favorite way of eating eggs is poached, and although there might be a traditional way to poach eggs, this is the simplest and fastest way I could imagine."

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