Egg Hacks That Will Transform Your Breakfast

Making eggs can sometimes be a huge pain. From the yolk breaking, to shells ending up in your breakfast, it seems like they are the biggest hassle ever.

Making breakfast doesn’t have to be that frustrating, here are hacks to make cooking eggs a breeze, no matter how you like them made!

This can honestly be the most frustrating part of the egg making process. How many times have we all had to go digging into the slimy mess to get that tiny part of the shell that decided to fly off when you cracked it?

1. Flat surfaces

Try cracking your eggs on a flat surface rather than on a corner of a bowl. Doing this will prevent tiny bits of the shell from breaking off and falling into the bowl.

2. Egg shell scoop

If you still get little pieces of the shell in the egg, use the egg shell to scoop it up. This will save you time and the sliminess getting on your fingers.

This will solve the constant dilemma of eating shells for breakfast.

Hard boiling eggs is an extremely painful process. Luckily there are some ways to make it easier.

1. Baking soda boil

When boiling them, put in a small amount of baking soda to raise the PH which prevents them from sticking.

2. Blow removal

When cracking them, crack the top and bottom of the egg on a flat surface, take the bit of shell from the top and bottom, and then blow on the egg. This will remove the rest of the shell with no peeling involved.

3. Shake removal

Another (and probably the coolest) way, is once your egg is boiled, fill a pot with a small amount of water, not completely covering the egg. Then take a plate and place it on top of the pot, and shake it. After only a few seconds you will see that the shell has completely fallen off the egg.

4. Spoon removal

The final way, is to crack the shell on a flat surface, then slide a spoon under the already cracked shell, and turn the egg. This will remove the shell clean and easily.

Try these different hacks out and see which removal is easiest for you.

You Won’t Believe It’s Not Store Bought!

Have you ever tried to re-create those beautiful Christmas bow’s, but instead end up with something completely different and not so beautiful? Well, lucky for you we have the step by step instructions on how to get the perfect bow for your tree!

  • burlap
  • hot glue gun
  • scissors

1. Begin by taking your burlap and cutting out four strips the following lengths….18 inches, 18 inches, 15 inches, and 4 inches.

2. Take your 18 inch strip and using your hot glue, glue the ends together to create a circle. Once completed, do the same thing with your second 15 inch piece.

3. Now glue your two circles together, with the smaller one on top.

4. Fold the bow in the middle to create the dimples of the bow. Glue the ribbon together at each fold.

5. Take your remaining 18 inch strip and place it at the bottom of your bow ensuring both ends of the equal amount hanging, then using your smallest strip wrap it around the whole bow and tail and use your hot glue to keep it in place.

6. Final step is to cut triangles out at the end of each of your bow tails.

7. Fluff your bow so it’s not flat, and then find the perfect place to show it.

15 Pictures That Are So Perfect You’ll Swear They’re Fake

Have you ever seen a picture so perfect that it not only relaxed you, but also made you wonder just how it was accomplished? Well, Reddit’s “oddlysatisfying” board is full of pictures like this, and we’ve included 15 of our absolute favorites for your viewing pleasure.

Who KFC follows on Twitter: 5 Spice Girls, and 6 guys named Herb


This sunset, seen from a library


This island and cloud meeting


This adorable washed and blow-dried cow


This freshly-groomed ski slope


A completely hypnotic stack of coins


This perfectly-lined tape


These images just get more satisfying from here…

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Here’s Some Tips For Making Le Best French Toast

Let me paint you a picture. You wake up to a beautiful sunrise. Birds are singing and music is playing. You feel refreshed and well-rested. What could possibly make this day any better? There’s only one answer: French toast.

It may seem like a tricky recipe to master, but once you know these tips and tricks, you’ll be making this delicious treat all the time!

You’ll want to start by making the egg-y custard that your toast will be fried in. Let’s get cracking!

You should use 2 eggs for 6 slices of bread, but it depends on how long you dip the slices for. When mixing together the milk and eggs, add a variety of spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, or even ginger! Of course, plenty of sugar as well.

Since the recipe is based around bread, make sure you’re using the best, freshest loaf you can find!

Go against the grain and try some challah bread. It’s a traditional Jewish recipe that is egg based, so you get a really fluffy and creamy french toast from it!

Now let’s get to frying, home-skillet!

20 Perfect Pictures That Literally Everyone Will Find Satisfying

Being a perfectionist has its moments that are more challenging than rewarding, but every once and a while everything lines up and ends up soothing our minds. Whether it’s on purpose or just a happy accident, there are a lot of things that are just so satisfying to look at.

Some people like to make fun of you for being a perfectionist, but honestly, you should just embrace it. So what if you have to sort your M&Ms by color, or you always have to buy gas in even numbers, if it makes you happy and isn’t hurting anyone who cares!

Do these images put you at ease? Or does the order make you want to mess it all up?

Candy is best when eaten in a rainbow

When the sandwich meat fits the bread perfectly

This store knows what’s up

I wonder if the people on the boat even realize how good this is

Sorry kids, the grownups need a couple of hours in the ball pit

The Chive

I don’t know how this happens, but I don’t even care, it’s awesome

What goes around, comes back around!

The most perfect fill

Freshly stocked produce never looked better

Give the person in charge of folding a raise

As good as these are, there are still more satisfying images to come…