Decorate for Easter thanks to this affordable Dash Deluxe Rapid Egg Cooker

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Amazon is offering the Dash Deluxe Rapid Egg Cooker today for $ 17.99 in red, black, white and aqua. It usually costs $ 30. Today's discount brings the stove to a price we have never seen before.

With this luxury egg cooker you can quickly and easily prepare up to 12 eggs at a time. That means that you can boil a whole box of eggs to prepare yourself for decorating Easter, preparing meals or your favorite recipes. If hard-boiled eggs are not your favorite, don't worry. This can also boil gently, poach, scramble and steam. You can even make individual omelettes!

The machine is easy to use. Simply press a button or set a timer. The automatic shut-off prevents overheating and the buzzer alerts you when your food is ready. This cooker also has various dishwasher-safe parts and a small footprint, so it doesn't take up much space.

Your purchase includes a syrup dish, omelet bowl, egg trays, measuring cup, recipe book and a one-year warranty. Amazon customers rated this 4.3 out of 5 stars based on more than 1300 customer reviews.

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