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The 25500 Hamilton Beach Egg Cooker with Built-In Timer and Poaching Tray makes up to 7 hard, medium, or soft-boiled eggs or three poached eggs at one time.
Egg Cooker with Built-In Timer, Poaching Tray
MODEL: 25500

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  • Make 7 hard, medium, and soft-boiled eggs
  • Includes 3-egg nonstick poaching tray, water measuring cup with egg-piercing tool, and 7 egg holding tray 
  • Built-in timer with sound when cooked
Dimensions (inches): 4.53 H x 12.64 W x 11.61 D

Take the guesswork out of making hard, medium, and soft-boiled eggs and cook perfect poached eggs every time with the Hamilton Beach Egg Cooker (25500). The included water measuring cup with easy-to-read markings makes it simple to cook eggs to your desired hardness every time. The removable egg tray cooks up to 7 eggs, while the egg poaching tray lets you poach up to three eggs at a time, all with the touch of a button.


  1. Add Water. Fill the water reservoir with water using the included water measuring cup. The water measuring cup includes guides on the sides of the cup to indicate how much water is needed for your combination of desired doneness and number of eggs.
  2. Add Eggs. Place the eggs in the egg tray or poaching tray. You can cook up to 7 eggs in the egg tray and up to 3 eggs in the poaching tray at one time.
  3. One-touch cooking. Press the ON (|) switch and start cooking. Look for the red light to indicate the egg cooker is cooking, and the cooker will sound when the eggs are done.


Classic egg dishes are easy to make when you use the Egg Cooker to cook hard-boiled eggs for classic deviled eggsegg salad, and potato salad, prepare perfectly poach eggs for eggs Benedict with asparagus or to top a tater tot waffle, and swiftly soft-boil eggs to add to ramen soup.

make hard boiled eggs the easy way for classic deviled eggs egg salad is easy with the Hamilton Beach Egg Cooker 25500 make the perfect poached eggs every time for eggs benedict  soft boiled eggs are the perfect addition to ramen  


  • Egg Cooker Base - water reservoir and cord wrap for easy storage
  • Egg Holder - holds up to 7 eggs
  • Poaching Tray - poach up to 3 eggs at a time
  • Water Measuring Cup - includes egg piercer at bottom of cup
  • Lid


  • How to check for fresh eggs: Place the egg in a bowl of water. If it rises, they are not fresh, and if it sinks, it is fresh. Fresh eggs can be very hard to peel, so for best results, use eggs that have been refrigerated for 7 to 10 days before cooking.
  • How to peel hard-cooked or hard-boiled eggs: To peel an egg, start with a cooled egg and crackle the shell all over by gently tapping the egg on a table or countertop. Roll the egg between your hands to loosen the shell, then peel off the shell, starting at the largest end. Hold the egg under running water or dip it in a bowl of water to make peeling easier.
  • How to pierce an egg before cooking or boiling: If you’d like to pierce your eggs before cooking, the water measuring cup that comes with your egg cooker is equipped with an egg-piercing tool at the bottom of the cup. Some people pierce eggs before cooking because they believe it can make them easier to peel.
  • Use only cold eggs. Your eggs may be overcooked if they aren’t cold from the refrigerator
  • Rinse hard, medium, or soft-cooked eggs after cooking. Stop the cooking process by rinsing eggs with cold water or place in a bowl of cold water.
  • Use large eggs. If you are using anything smaller than a large egg, fill the water reservoir with enough water for one less egg than what you are actually cooking so your smaller eggs don’t overcook. Using extra large or jumbo eggs will result in under-cooked eggs.
  • Prevent the green ring around the yolk. If your hard-boiled eggs get a green ring around the egg yolk, it's overcooked. Try reducing the amount of water being used in the water reservoir of the egg cooker by one egg.
  • Consuming raw or undercooked eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness. For more information, refer to the U.S. FDA’s Food Facts.







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