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Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups
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Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups

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These egg poaching cups are perfect for easy and fast poached eggs. Easy to use, dishwasher safe and flexible so that they can nest inside each other to make storage even easier. Make the perfect poached eggs or treats such as steamed puddings, cheesecakes, quiches, panna cotta and more. They will fit in your Varoma tray and Varoma dish perfectly (that's 9 poached eggs at once). The perfect gift for anyone who loves eggs or is looking to up their egg poaching game!

Poaching your eggs in these cups is easy! First, add boiling water to your Thermomix bowl and place the Varoma into place. Give your cups a thin layer of oil and crack your eggs into them. Put them in the Varoma (up to 4 will fit in the Varoma dish, and 5 will fit in the Varoma tray). Cook - Varoma/speed 3 for 10-12 minutes and then your delicious poached eggs will be ready to be served. If your eggs are extra sticky and need a little help to dislodge using a spoon to get the egg out will help. *Cooking time may vary.

*Please note these cups do not include the Varoma tray or dish

Key Features

  • Cook - Varoma/speed 3 for 10-12 minutes and then your delicious poached eggs will be ready to be served
  • Ready to steam, easy to use, easy to clean
  • Made from silicone
  • Super-simple egg poaching
  • Perfect for breakfast
  • Come in a set of 9 to fit varoma
  • Can be used over and over again
  • The ultimate egg poaching cups
average rating 3.3 out of 5
Based on 9 reviews
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56% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
9 Reviews
Reviewed by Patricia K.
Verified Buyer
I don't recommend this product
Rated 1 out of 5
Review posted

Cup

Washed in the dishwasher and now everything I cook in them tastes like soap

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Thermomix

Oh no Patricia, I'm sorry to hear. I would try soaking them in hot water and leave them in the sun to dry. This should help get rid of any odours. I hope that helps!

Reviewed by Dolores N.
Verified Buyer
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Egg cups THERMOMIX

Fantastic product!

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Reviewed by Vanessa C.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Poached egg cups

Great loved these and used them to make mini steamed cheesecakes

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Reviewed by Shannon H.
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I don't recommend this product
Rated 1 out of 5
Review posted

Set of 9 Egg Poaching Cups

The eggs get stuck in the cups and they take a very long time to cook. Just as easy to do on the stove top.

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Thermomix

Thanks for your feedback Shannon and sorry to hear you are disappointed. I would try coating the egg cups with a thin coating of oil. This should help the eggs slide out of the cups when cooked. In regards to the timing, it really does depends on how big your egg is. I recommend cooking - Varoma/speed 3 for 10-12 minutes, and then your delicious poached eggs will be ready to be served. I hope that helps and you have more luck in the future!

Reviewed by Lauren
Verified Buyer
I don't recommend this product
Rated 2 out of 5
Review posted

Not so easy

Tried poaching eggs in them but the egg stuck. Not the best result. I’ll try greasing the cup next time.

They’ll still be useful in other ways if I fail with eggs.

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Thermomix

Thanks for getting in touch Lauren and sorry to hear you are disappointed. Using a thin layer of oil or butter should help the eggs slide out for next time! I hope that helps and you get more enjoyment out of them in the future.

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