Silicone Egg Mold - Cat Egg Shaped purrfectly cook your sunny side eggs into this cute cat shape with this adorable mold! In food-safe, heat-resistant silicone you can place right onto the hot pan and pour eggs on top. Flexible and light weight for easy breezy storage.
Make charming cat shaped eggs
Serve a pair of sunny side up eggs in perfect style
A handy frame that helps turn eggs into a fun feline inspired treat
Made of pure food safe silicone
Fun and functionalFeatures
THE SIMPLEST WAY TO JAZZ UP YOUR MORNINGS - Simply place the cat mold on your frying pan and crack two eggs. Place the yolks into the rings and watch as these eggs slowly transform into an adorable cat.
ECO-FRIENDLY FOOD GRADE SILICONE - We went with FDA and LFGB approved BPA and Led Free Silicone to make sure that you come out just as perfect as your eggs!
NONSTICK & DISHWASHER SAFE FOR EASY CLEANUP - We know how annoying cleaning up can be and so we made sure that our Silicone Egg Mold - Cat Egg Shaped is not only nonstick but also dishwasher safe so that all you have to do is pop it in and forget about it!
REUSABLE SO THE FUN NEVER ENDS - Our Egg Mold are heat resistant up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit or 230 degrees Celsius. Easy to clean up, easy to use and infinitely reusable so that every morning can be a bit more fun.
I love it. I can crack two eggs and the eyes are the yolks. It does take a little practice to get it right but once you do, your kinds will want their eggs made in it any chance they can get. If the pan is not hot enough, the egg can run out from under the mold. That is why I said that it take practice.
Cute. I am still getting the hang of using it, but it is pretty straightforward and is easy to make a cute egg breakfast for myself.
Makes two eggs more fun than... two eggs NOT being a kitty face. It works quite well. I did find that you need extra large eggs or even jumbo to fill it completely. Two large eggs and the whites are really thin to spread enough throughout. But it works great, you just break the eggs and slip the yolks into the eyes, and the whites flow out around. The eye rings sort of hover a bit, so they don't impede the whites from spreading underneath, but they corral the yolks. The nose does make a little nose shaped space in the whites. You spray it with a spray cooking oil before using, and the egg doesn't stick at all.
My friend posted her cute eggs and I had to have one. Two days later, I made my own cat eggs. Awesome.
Gave this to my good friend's husband on his birthday. He, and she, and the kids liked it. So then when my other good friend's husband had a birthday, I didn't have to think too hard on what to get him! I love that this gift is inexpensive- so they don't think you're trying to say anything inappropriate with a lavish gift- but it's just enough- five dollars worth to say, hey, I know you, you exist, you're my friends spouse, it's your birthday, I acknowledge you on this day! Also, it's cute, silly, whimsical, who doesn't love owls! Also, the best part, when you give a cooking tool to your friends husband, you're really giving her a gift too. She will appreciate that. Because the meaning of the gift is that he gets to make everyone breakfast with his cool new toy that didn't mean that much, but was a cool, funny acknowledgment of his birthday from his wife's bff. The kids will get a kick out of it too. Owl faces for breakfast! Yes please!
I gave three of these molds as a gift to my sister-in-law. She has a 18 month old and she couldn't wait to start making her eggs with it. She was very excited about how cute it is. I know she has tried to do the owl and messed it up, but it does seem to have a learning curve. I have read many reviews of these and put the best instructions together to come up with what I have done.
Mommy of T.
My kids love the eggs I made from this mold (and also the Fred Skull Egg Mold too). I tried to use the mold using the instruction provided, but some of the egg whites were trapped by the eyes and were totally undercooked while the the rest were overcooked. After a few trials and errors, this is what I started doing (which made perfect eggs almost every time).