Did you know you can actually make baked hard boiled eggs in the oven? The eggs turn out perfectly and not a single one of them cracks! With Easter around the corner, I knew I had to try this and see for myself! The thought had never occurred to me that baking a whole egg was even a possibility, but they turned out really well! Check out how perfect these baked hard boiled eggs are: It’s pretty simple. Here’s the recipe, if you can even call this a recipe:
Baked Hard Boiled Eggs Recipe
- Place a dozen eggs (or however many you want) in a mini or regular muffin tin.
- Preheat the oven to 325F then put the eggs in and bake for 30 minutes.
- Remove from the oven and instantly immerse in cold water for 10 minutes.
- For easiest peeling, remove the shells right away, otherwise refrigerate until needed.
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And you won’t have any cracked messes! Well, okay I can’t make any guarantees, but I can say I have never boiled a dozen eggs in water before without having one or two crack. I will definitely be doing this again!
[Edit: You can see how our oven baked eggs turned out when we dyed them for Easter here.]