We put Egglettes to the test! Is it as egg-cellent as advertised?

PHOENIX - You know how the saying goes. Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

It might not sound ideal for Easter, but it could make your cooking process a whole lot easier!

Peeling hard-boiled eggs is such a hassle and makes such a mess.

Now there's Egglettes, a silicon sensation that makes hard boiled eggs without the shell.

The thermal dynamic non-stick silicon cooks like the egg like it's inside the shell.

So is it all it's cracked up to be? We find out!

The instructions call for boiling water. Then use cooking spray or oil the inside of the pod. Crack the egg or use egg whites. Twist on the top and let it boil. The chart showed 15.8 minutes.

Fail for the first round. It looked like marshmallows! 

Fail for the second round.

Is third time a charm? Nope. The yolks aren't evenly cooked.

So where does it rank on our Bull and No Bull meter?

I'm going with full of bull. Our egg-sperience was not egg-cellent, so I won't be egging you on to buy it.

But if you do try it, let us know what you think.

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