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How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven

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Got a lot of eggs to hard-boil? Why not do them in the oven? It’s a fuss-less way to get crackin’!




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Hard-boiled eggs have become the No. 1 snack in my house. Am I complaining? Noooo. There are worse foods for my family to eat than eggs, which are relatively cheap and supremely healthy.

The problem is keeping up with the demand. Before I came across this recipe, I had to set aside an afternoon just to boil eggs. Ever stood and watched water boil? Well, it isn’t much more exciting with the addition of eggs. It was also time-consuming, as I don’t typically cook more than six eggs at a time (despite being sold in dozens, eggs have always struck me as antisocial little guys; I try to respect that and grant them their space). And with our daily collective consumption of eggs sometimes getting into double figures, it can be downright stressful!

Thankfully, I have my oven. I no longer do my eggs on the stove but rather, in the oven. I was skeptical at first but after a blind taste test administered to my kids, I’m a believer. Try it out; you’ll be shellshocked by how easy it is!

Are Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven Healthy?

Totally. Eggs contain protein and energy and are low in blood cholesterol (but high in dietary cholesterol, which is the ratio you want). And hard-boiling an egg is a healthier way to cook them compared to other methods that require butter or oil. They also fit right in with several diets, including keto, low-carb, whole30, vegetarian, Mediterranean, and gluten-free. Is it any wonder my family go through so many each day?

How Can I Tell When Eggs Have Gone bad?

It’s hard to tell when eating an egg will bring a smile or a frown, but there are some signs to look out for that might inform your decision to take a bite. First, smell the just-cracked egg. If it smells off, it probably is. Second, look at the egg (actually, I guess this would be the first thing you do). Is the egg white or yolk discolored? Do they have green or pink spots? If yes, then no, don’t eat it. What about texture? Slimy eggs may save you from having to use your teeth to eat them but your stomach will be upset. Last do the float test. (Yay, science!) Put each egg in a glass of water. If it remains still at the bottom, it’s good to eat. If it tilts upwards, it is still safe to eat but is on its last legs (or shell, as it were). And if it floats, it’s rotten. And before you ask, no, I can’t explain this phenomenon.

INGREDIENTS

  • Eggs

(Don’t you just LOVE one-item shopping lists!)




How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven ingredients


INSTRUCTIONS

Prep

Preheat the oven to 325°F.

Bake

Place one egg (and only one) in each hole of a muffin tin. Bake for 30 minutes.

Ice

Immediately put the eggs in ice water. Once cooled, peel and serve.

DEVOUR!




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FAQs & Tips

How do I store the eggs?

The same way you normally store hard-boiled eggs: once they’ve cooled completely, place them in the fridge. They should last for up to a week. If you peel them before storing them, their shelf life is much shorter, about 2 days.

Why are my eggs underdone?

Could be a few explanations. First, ovens can vary in temperature. What is considered HIGH on one unit is MED-HIGH on another. You may need to experiment to find the perfect cooking time. As well, eggs can differ in size. It sounds like your eggs were on the larger size. Again, experimentation is required.

Can I remove the eggs early and forgo the ice bath?

You can, as the residual heat will continue to cook the eggs; however, I can’t speak to how early you can remove them from the oven. See my answer above about experimentation. Some will also point out that the ice bath makes the eggs easier to peel, but I think that’s open to opinion.

Which rack do I put them on?

The middle rack. If you have the space, you can put two trays side by side on the one rack.

Is there a way to tell when the eggs are done?

You’ve tried the float test, now try the spin test! Take an egg out of the oven and give it a spin on its side. If it spins smoothly in one place, it’s done; if it wobbles and makes a run for it, it is not quite ready yet.

Can I increase the temperature and decrease the cook time?

Sure, but again, you’ll have to play around with the settings of your oven and your egg timer. There are too many variables (egg size, oven size, oven wattage) to give you a definitive answer.




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Other Egg Dishes You Should Try

  • Fried Eggs in the Oven: Seeing as how you’ve got the eggs out and the oven on, why not give this recipe a fry?
  • Easy-Baked Eggs in Avocado: Another recipe that requires eggs and ovens. (Ova and ovens?) Use an avocado as a delicious vessel.
  • Muffin-Tin Eggs: This one not only requires eggs and an oven, it also requires a muffin tin!



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How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven


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How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven

Got a lot of eggs to hard-boil? Why not do them in the oven? It's a fuss-less way to get crackin'!
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 1
Author FoodFaithFitness

Ingredients

  • Eggs

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 325ºF



    How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven


  • Place one egg (and only one) in each hole of a muffin tin. Bake for 30 minutes.



    How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven


  • Immediately put the eggs in ice water. Once cooled, peel and serve.



    How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven


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