Silicone Egg Rings Review

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We love to cook breakfast, and eggs are a major part of starting our day, so when we were recently given the opportunity to review Cornucopia brand silicone egg rings, we figured this would be a tool that would be a big help to us. We love making various fried egg sandwiches, and being food bloggers who take pictures of our food, anything that can help our eggs come out looking fantastic will be a big help to us.  Available on Amazon – Egg Rings, they were shipped to us in a pack of 4 for $9.99. We decided to try a few different kinds of foods in them to see how they would work.

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In the examples pictured, we tried out over easy eggs and crumpets. We were slightly disappointed in how they performed with the eggs, as bit of the egg white seemed to escape a bit from the ring. We found that we could manage the little bit of leakage by making sure we got the ring on the flat sections of the pan and giving them a bit of a press down to get them to seal on bottom. On the positive note, the eggs easily released from the rings and were very easy to clean, especially with them being dishwasher safe.

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The crumpets we tried had a very runny batter, but this time having a bit of experience with the rings, we found the rings worked well to hold the batter and let the crumpets set up and form to the rings. The non-slick silicone worked out well, the crumpets slipping out of the rings and allowing us to make sure both sides were nicely toasted. As well as the rings worked for a batter, they could easily be used for small pancakes, eggs benedict, or mini frittatas!

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The Cornucopia egg rings are made of a non-stick silicone and are dishwasher safe, making the clean up very easy. They are safer to use than metal rings that get hot as they have a neat rotating handle made with a combination of silicone and metal that allows the grip area to stay cool. The rotating handle also makes flipping or turning easier as it moves letting you flip the ring. Like any tool, getting a bit of experience with how to place them in the pan made them much easier to use and allowed us to overcome the minor leakage issue with the egg rings.

We received this product for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% our own.

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26 thoughts on “Silicone Egg Rings Review

  1. I will have to check out these silicone egg rings. I love making egg sandwiches but usually my egg whites run everywhere. These would be perfect for getting the right size and shape for my sandwich roll.

  2. Those look interesting. I’ve never tried anything like it before, but it seems like nifty little tool to have around.

  3. I’m wondering if you could share your crumpet recipe? I just made them and they were nice but I didn’t get the holes on the top… My recipe was like a soft yeasty one, they came out like clouds which was nice but just no holes! And I don’t know if the structure really held as they collapsed a bit once cool. Does your recipe have egg in it? Thanks! 🙂

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