Oven Baked Hard Boiled Eggs


Hard boiled eggs, oven baked?  Who would have thought.  If you’ve been googling how to hard boil eggs you should really try this.  This was so simple, I doubt you’ll go back to boiling eggs again.

hard boiled eggs

One thing I really disliked about hard cooked eggs, is that I never really knew how long to cook them for.  I searched How do you boil eggs only to find a variety of ways to do this.  The problem I have, is that I don’t know how long you boil eggs for.  My eggs would always crack.  I don’t know if it was from putting too many eggs in  the water or boiling it for too long.  It just became a hideous process.  I could never get the perfect hard boiled egg.  Not to mention when you were done peeling them, some would be so hard to peel.  This oven baked hard boiled egg method, made it for easy peeling too.

To get started I just used a cupcake pan, and placed the eggs in a 350 degree oven and baked them for 30 minutes and then let them cool for about 10-15 mins and just watch they’ll be the perfect hard cooked eggs.

Hard Boiled Eggs

Then I started peeling the egg and as you can see peeling was easy!  No chunks of eggs, the egg was still pretty perfect.

Hard Boiled Eggs

Now for the real test?  Was the yolk perfect… and look here, it sure was.

Hard Boiled Egga

 This DIY project was so simple!! I do have to admit though, my first instinct was I thought they were going to blow up in my oven.  They didn’t and I don’t think I’ll ever boil another egg.

Comment below and let me know if you’ve tried this Oven Baked Hard Boiled Egg Method.

 

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  1. I have one batch left to “hard boil” – totally going to try this!

  2. Going to try it now! Thanks for the recipe. A friend just posted she tried this then I saw your post. The kids are asleep still and I’m headed to the kitchen! 🙂

  3. DebbieHorne51@gmail.com' Debbie Horne says:

    Amazing! I will give this a thumbs up! I have always hated boiling eggs. This is too easy! Throw them in the oven and forget about it!
    Thanks !

  4. angela.cumming@comcast.net' Angie Cumming says:

    We live on hard boiled eggs, will be trying this out!

  5. Awesome! My daughters will love this.

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