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Scrambled eggs without the mess? Here's how to make a scrambled egg in its shell

Scrambled eggs are the quintessential breakfast food, if you have time to sit and enjoy a proper breakfast. If you're short on time or need something quick on your way to work, not so much. 

A scrambled boiled egg could be the perfect solution. You can eat it on the go, and the clean-up is minimal. 

The YouTube channel Hack It recently posted a video, above, on how to make a scrambled egg in its shell. All you'll need is a shirt sleeve, two rubber bands and an egg. 

Place the egg in the shirt sleeve and use the rubber bands to twist around each side of the egg to hold it in place. Take both sides of the shirt sleeve surrounding the egg and twist, then pull it out. Hack It recommends twisting 15 times to give the egg a good shake. 

Once you're done, remove the egg and boil it in a pot of water. Times food editor Russ Parsons has some suggestions on how long to boil your eggs. When the egg is done, remove the shell to reveal a solid piece of scrambled egg.

We know, mind blown. 

Who's up for a snack? Follow me on Twitter @Jenn_Harris_

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