Eggs in the Oven
Did you know that you can bake whole eggs in the oven? I have to admit I had never thought about it until someone asked me on another article. So here it goes…
Preheat oven to 325
Place eggs in muffin pan and back for 25 minutes
Remove from muffin pan and process as usual
Pretty easy! I pulled one egg out at the 20 minute mark to check it. If you are looking for an egg to enjoy on a sandwich or to dip your toast.. perfect! White was soft but done and yellow was thick but runny…sort of like an over medium fried egg.
** Notes: If you let the eggs come to room temp, they will not get the little brown spots. Has nothing to do with the flavor, but where there was moisture on the egg. I wiped them off on the second batch, same issue. Third batch was allowed to come up in temp and no spots!
Cheryl Chervitz says
I have never heard of this before, thanks for the info. I think I’m going to have to try this.
Sarah Shepler says
I’ve got to try this! It definitely saves having to put water into a pot.
I’ve seen this but never tried and never known anyone that had. I will definitely try this now.
Nena Sinclair says
I had no idea you could bake eggs like this! I love it, thanks for the tip!
I think I read about this somewhere–I have never tried it and really should–25 minutes for a hard boiled egg–I just like peeling them and eating them!!
Did not know this. Just bought 2 doz today and plan to cook at least 10 tomorrow. I just may give this a try. COOL!!
Cindy Brickley says
I have heard about this, but I never tried it. I will have to get right on this! Thank you for the tip.
I need to try this!
Lynn Brooks says
I will be trying this.
Teri Paris says
I am going to try this. Thanks so much for the directions!!!
kimberly s says
oh my goodness! i never knew you could do this! i can’t wait to try it! seems so much easier than boiling (i’m terrible at boiling eggs, haha)
Brooke B. says
We baked eggs this way before coloring them for Easter last year. We had some little brown spots but nothing that would really take away from the colored eggs. I love how convenient it is to bake them!
Thanks for the tip! Are they still easy to peel after they hit room temp?