perfectly baked ‘hard-boiled’ eggs (in the oven!)

Yep, you heard me right.  And maybe this is not news to you?  But it is SO news to me!

Perfectly, perfect ‘hardboiled’ eggs baked in the oven!  

You guys, these are so easy, and not only that, so much better than regular boil-in-a-pot eggs!

Perfectly Baked 'Hard-Boiled' Eggs (In the oven!) | Sweet Anna's

I’m seriously kicking myself for not finding this tip sooner.  My kids LOVE “closed eggs” (aka hard-boiled!) and I rarely make them because of the hassle.

Guess what?  Now, the hassle is GONE!  The only hassle in making ‘hard-boiled’ eggs now is remember to heat up the oven.  That is something I can handle!

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We are happy campers!

I know you’ve got some hardboiled eggs coming up in your near future.  Pink, green, yellow, blue, purple…  ringing a bell?

Yep, Easter will be here before we know it, and trust me…  You will want to bake your eggs this year!

perfectly baked 'hard-boiled' eggs (in the oven!)

Ingredients

  • whole, unpeeled raw eggs

Directions

Preheat the oven to 325ºF.

Place eggs in a mini-muffin tin. As many as you'd like to cook!

Place the tin full of eggs in the oven and bake for 30 minutes.

Take the tin out and use tongs to transfer the eggs to a bowl of ice water to cool for 5-10 minutes.

Peel (using this amazing trick if you don't need them to be peeled whole!) and enjoy!

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Tips:

You may want to try this out once on a few eggs, before you bake your 4 dozen easter eggs at once… just to make sure your oven runs the same as mine and doesn’t need a few more or less minutes to cook the eggs!

Also, your eggs may have a bit of a brown spot where they were touching the metal.  Sometimes, and sometimes not.  It may just rinse off the shell…  it may be all the way in to the white.  Doesn’t bother me or my family one bit, but I just wanted to warn you!

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