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Egg-Tastic Egg Cooker!

Woodjie can crack eggs!  Just not always neatly.
Woodjie is going to demonstrate the Egg-Tastic Egg Cooker for you today!  Because he wanted a cheese and egg sandwich.  Woodjie discovered he loves egg sandwiches after I began eating more eggs on my low-carb diet and I bought this thing on a whim.

Here's how he fixed his eggs:  he cracked eggs into the cooker.  We use two eggs and scramble them with a fork.  Next?  Plunk a slice of cheese into the egg (break it into pieces first).  Put the lid on and microwave according to Egg-Tastic instructions.  For two eggs in our microwave, it meant a minute and 20 seconds of waiting. 
Adding cheese.

The only thing I wish were different about the Egg-Tastic is that it has no handles (it gets HOT in the microwave) and that the lid and bottom come apart in pieces, meaning there are more items to clean.  On the whole, though?  Highly recommended, especially if you are doing low-carb.

PS.  Tell Woodjie "happy birthday" in the comments, will you?  He's nine this weekend.  :)

Yummers!  We are using paper plates because my dishwasher is broken.  The new one should arrive in a couple of weeks or so.


  1. Happy Birthday Woodjie!!
    What type of cheese is that? I've never seen two-toned cheese that isn't cheese-and-mould.
    Why not just wash up the old fashioned way - in the sink? Woodjie and Rose might think it's a fun, novel idea and help you. Make it a history lesson, "this is how people cleaned their dishes before dishwashers were invented.'

    1. River: it's Colby-Jack cheese. Good observation: it's supposed to be two-toned. :)

  2. Happy Birthday! The eggs look tasty!

  3. You are the Egg Man, Woodjie! Happy birthday from the Walkers!

  4. Happy birthday Woodjie I hope you had a good day

  5. Happy birthday! Hope you have a great one!

    1. Thank you, Mrs. Ever Green! Woodjie is so happy about his birthday.


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