Hard Cooked Eggs In The Oven Perfect Or Not? Shirred Eggs Recipes. What Causes Double Yolk Eggs?

How To Cook Boiled Eggs In The Oven and What Happens.

This recipe has been all over the Internet on how to hard boil eggs in the oven. I decided I was going to try it. I have to say they cook without blowing up. They didn't crack. They peel easier than when cooked in a pan of water. The one thing I didn't like is they get brown spots on the egg whites. Makes the eggs look like they're burnt a little, but they didn't taste burnt. That's ok if you’re using them in a dish like egg salad it won't show but if you’re using them for deviled eggs it may show.

We buy free range eggs. The chickens in the picture are the actual chickens we get our eggs from. The free range eggs are often hard to peel after being boiled, but they were not hard to peel when done in the oven. The store bought eggs which are the white eggs in the pictures were very easy to peel. If you look at the very bottom picture on the right there is a free range egg and the store bought egg in the bowl. The free range is deep yellow and the store bought light yellow.

Farm Fresh Eggs
Farm Fresh Eggs
Backyard Chickens
Backyard Chickens

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 30 min
Ready in: 40 min
Yields: one dozen

One Dozen Eggs or any amount you would like to cook

1 Muffin Pan

Bowl for cold water

Preheat oven to 325°. Take one muffin (you can use any size you want) pan and place a clean egg in each section. Place in oven and bake for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and place each egg in very cold water, add ice if need be. No more than 10 minutes in cold water or ice water. I didn't have to add ice. When the eggs are cool remove from water. You can now shell and peel the eggs or leave in shells and place in refrigerator.

Oven Cooked Eggs

5 stars from 5 ratings of Oven Cooked Eggs
Oven Cooked Eggs
Oven Cooked Eggs
Crack and shelled eggs
Crack and shelled eggs
Baked Eggs
Baked Eggs

Simple Baked Eggs

Eggs (as many as you want)

11/2 teaspoon butter

salt and pepper

Pre-heat Oven 375°F.

Use individual baking dishes and add one teaspoon of butter in each dish. Break the eggs into the dishes, allowing one or two eggs to a dish. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and place a 1/2 teaspoon of butter on top of each egg. Bake until whites are set about 12 minutes longer if you don't want the egg to be runny.

If cooking a lot of eggs place your glass dishes on a cookie sheet.

Shirred Eggs
Shirred Eggs

Shirred Eggs

2 Eggs

1 Bread (enough for bottom of dish)

1 tsp. Butter

1 Tbsp. of jelly any flavor

1 Tbsp. cream

1 Tbsp. grated cheese any kind

Salt and Pepper

Preheat oven to 375°F. Bake for 12 minutes

Use a ramekin or small size dish. Add bread to fit the bottom of the dish, add cream on top of bread, add butter, add jelly and crack eggs into the ramekin, grate cheese over top.

Bake for 12 minutes long if you want your yolks well-done bake longer. Let set a few minutes, Now have your breakfast in a bowl.

Shirred eggs steps
Shirred eggs steps

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Helpful Hints

Do not cook your eggs in the microwave they will blow up.

If you are boiling eggs add a tablespoon of white vinegar, eggs will not crack.

Do not do what my friend did and try to make pickled eggs by putting the whole eggshell and all into a jar, cooked in the brine and expecting some great eggs, won't work.

How To Tell If An Egg Is Good

The Anatomy of a Chicken

What Causes Double Yolk Eggs.

We often get double yolk eggs. I love it when that happens. The double yolk is caused from two yolks from the ovary being released into the oviduct. Chickens have all the yolks they will lay in their lifetime in the ovary. One egg in 1,000 will be the double yolk. Back yard hens will lay double yolk eggs. You won't get them from store bought eggs because in the US they won't sell double yolk eggs. Two chicks can come from a double yolk egg, twins. Double yolk eggs are also supposed to bring luck.

What Are The Difference Between White and Brown Eggs.

No difference just the color.

Chickens with red earlobes produce brown eggs. Chickens with white earlobes produce white eggs.

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moonlake 2 months ago from America Author

April, Oh aren't you lucky 7 in one carton. Double yolks you get more for your money.


April 2 months ago

I live in the US and I buy my eggs in the regular grocery store. I have double yoked eggs all the time and in fact the last dozen I bought had about 7 of the eggs with double yokes. How is one going to tell if there are double yes or not by looking at the egg? I am not an "eggologist", but I am sure that double yoke eggs are everywhere.


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Peggy W 8 months ago from Houston, Texas

We recently had some beautiful blue and brown colored eggs given to us by some friends who have some chickens in their back yard. Your photo of your eggs drew me in to reading this once again. Happy to share!


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moonlake 10 months ago from America Author

Rachel L Alba, Your twisted bread sounds interesting and good. Thank you for stopping by. Have a great Thanksgiving.


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moonlake 10 months ago from America Author

sgbrown, Your right the fresher the eggs harder to peel. I love fresh eggs and wish I had chickens, but for me being alone now it would be too hard to take care of them in the winter.


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moonlake 10 months ago from America Author

Kristen Howe, Thank you for stopping by I appreciate it. Easy to do in the stove.


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Rachel L Alba 10 months ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

Hi Moonlake, The only time I put eggs in the oven is when I nestle them in a twisted bread that I make at Easter. Then they bake in the oven with the bread. I never even thought of doing that until now. I love the picture of all the different shades of eggs in the bowl and of the chickens. Thanks for sharing this tip.

Have a Blessed Thanksgiving.


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sgbrown 11 months ago from Southern Oklahoma

We have chickens so I get fresh eggs everyday. It seems when the chickens first start laying is when I get the most double yolks. One thing I have found out is that the fresher the eggs, the harder they are to peel. This is an interesting hub, thanks for the information! :)


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Kristen Howe 19 months ago from Northeast Ohio

Wow. I never knew about cooking eggs in the oven. It took me 8 times to get it right on the stove. I would love to try it sometime. Every once in a while, I've gotten twin yolks in the past. Voted up! Very useful!


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

Nell Rose, Thanks so much for stopping by. I appreciate it.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England

I didn't realise that you could bake eggs! well I learned something new! They all look pretty tasty though, nice one!


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

B Lucy, Your welcome hope it worked out. Thanks for stopping by.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

Jeannieinabottle, Your welcome and thanks so much for stopping by.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

Christy Kirwan, Thanks so much for stopping by. Hope the recipe will work for you when you try it.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

amiebutchko, Thanks so much for stopping. I appreciate it.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

Robin, It works with fresh eggs, I know they can be so hard to peel. Thanks for stopping by.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

jellygator, Your recipe sounds good too. You need to make a hub with that one.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

Just Ask Susan, I have not got the hang of using my toaster oven. My daughter uses hers and my mother has always used hers. I will have to dig it out and give it another try. Thanks for stopping by.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

jhamann, Thank you I hope it works for you. This is now my favorite way to make hard boiled eggs.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

AudreyHowitt, Thank you so much for stopping by. I hate peeling them to but these peel pretty easy.


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B Lucy 2 years ago from Podunk, Virginia

I love that I read this on a Friday night . . guess whose having an egg brunch tomorrow?! Thanks so much for sharing!!!


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Jeannieinabottle 2 years ago from Baltimore, MD

I feel so behind the times on this one. I did not even realize I could do this. I love boiled eggs, so I will give it a try. Thanks for sharing this!


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Christy Kirwan 2 years ago from San Francisco

Neat! I've never tried cooking eggs in the oven before, but now I'm curious. I'll have to give it a try. The shirred egg recipe looks particular tasty. :)


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amiebutchko 2 years ago from Warwick, NY

Interesting. I didn't even know you could cook eggs this way. Recipe sounds yummy.


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Robin 2 years ago from San Francisco

We have chickens and I haven't hard boiled any of the eggs because I've heard the eggs are so fresh that they are too hard to peel. It's good to know that this might make it easier; I will have to give it a try! Thanks!


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jellygator 2 years ago from USA

Oh, my... I will have to try your recipe. Today I am using the leftover cream cheese and breakfast sausage mix from another recipe to make potato boats with eggs baked into them. I love recipes like this.


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Just Ask Susan 2 years ago from Ontario, Canada

I'm going to try this I think it's a great way to make eggs. Rather than use my oven I'll bake them in my toaster oven. For all those wanting to save the energy use your toaster ovens. I also want to try your Shired eggs, they sound delicious!


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jhamann 2 years ago from Reno NV

We tried the oven method last easter, I prefer to boil the old fashioned way. This recipe you have shared looks fantastic, I will try it and let you know? Jamie


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AudreyHowitt 2 years ago from California

So good to know--I hate peeling eggs that have been hard boiled---


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

Suzanne Day, Your welcome. It is much easier way to make eggs.


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Suzanne Day 2 years ago from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

What a good idea for when you need to make a multitude of eggs! Thanks for the tips, will try cooking my eggs this way. Thumbs up and voted up!


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moonlake 2 years ago from America Author

MarleneB, Thank you and thanks so much for stopping by. I like doing the eggs in the oven when there is a lot to make.


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MarleneB 2 years ago from Northern California, USA

I like the idea of cooking eggs in the oven. I'm going to try your recipes. I've never heard of shirred eggs until now. Glad I learned about them. They sound delicious.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

CraftytotheCore, Thank you I really like the shirred eggs. I appreciate you stopping by and leaving comment.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Millionaire Tips, Thank you and thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.


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CraftytotheCore 3 years ago

I have never heard of Shirred Eggs! I will definitely have to try that. I love the presentation of this Hub! The pictures of the steps of the shirred eggs are very helpful.


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Millionaire Tips 3 years ago from USA

These are really interesting recipes - I hadn't thought to bake eggs before, but it sounds like a great way to do it, especially if you are feeding a large number of people. Voted up.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

condominium, Thank you for stopping by I appreciate it.


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condominium 3 years ago from Philippines

I would definitely try your Shirred Eggs recipe since it looks so interesting.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Rosemay50, Thanks for stopping by I appreciate it. I don't know about the extra consumption.


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Rosemay50 3 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

I would never have thought of baking hard boiled eggs in the oven. Like Vicki I am wondering about the extra power consumption.

Your recipe for shirred egg looks interesting though, something different, I will be trying this one.

Thanks for sharing.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

AudreyHowitt, Thanks so much for stopping. Glad you liked it.


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AudreyHowitt 3 years ago from California

This is the first time I have seen this! Very cool!!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Nitin Pillai, It actually works. I kind of like cooking them this way. Thanks for stopping by.


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Nitin Pillai 3 years ago from Mumbai, Maharastra, India

Wow, it is the first time I am hearing of oven cooked eggs.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Indian Chef, Thank you and thanks for stopping by and for the vote.


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Indian Chef 3 years ago from New Delhi India

Never heard of oven baked eggs. I did try to microwave egg when I was kid, and everyone knows how egg blow up like a bomb inside microwave. Very informative hub. Might try it out. Voted 5 stars


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

MsDora, Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. I appreciate it.


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MsDora 3 years ago from The Caribbean

Thought I knew all about hard boiled eggs. Just learned something else. Thanks!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Brett.Tesol, Thank you for stopping by. I wonder how many people have thought they could cook a whole egg in the microwave? I bet there has been lots of messy houses. Thanks for the vote, pin, tweet and share I appreciate it.


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Brett.Tesol 3 years ago from Somewhere in Asia

I found this a very strange idea! lol, it just had never occurred to me to cook eggs in an oven. Actually, when I was a teenager, a friend of mine decided it would be faster to cook a couple of eggs in the microwave ... in the shells! That didn't work out very well, as the door exploded open and egg was everywhere ha ha ha.

Anyway, sharing with followers, pinned, tweeted, up and interesting.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Shyron E Shenko, Thank you I appreciate the vote, pin and shared. Sharon


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Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago

I will have to try these, Voted-up U&I, pinned and shared.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Sunshine625, Thanks, it really is easy to make them in the oven and just walk away and let them cook. Thank you for stopping by.


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Sunshine625 3 years ago from Orlando, FL

I've also seen the posts about cooking eggs in the oven. I still boil them. My daughter bakes them and raves about how easy it is. Maybe one day I'll try it. Fab photos and recipes!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Insightful Tiger, Thank you for stopping by and for the pin I appreciate it. Your right organic are more expensive.


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Insightful Tiger 3 years ago

I want to try this because my son like hard boiled eggs. I just wish organic eggs weren't so expensive :) Thanks for sharing the tips and recipes. Pinning for later use.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Lisawilliamsj, Thanks for the vote. I think it is an easy way to cook eggs. I like doing it this way.


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Lisawilliamsj 3 years ago

Wow, this sounds like a super easy way to cook eggs. My boiled eggs usually do not turn out right, so I will definitely try it this way. Thanks for sharing, I voted up!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

vespawoolf, Thank you so much for stopping by I appreciate it. They really do turn out good.


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vespawoolf 3 years ago from Peru, South America

I was very interested to read what you had to say about oven-cooked eggs as I had also seen this on the internet. I don't think the brown spots would bother me unless I was serving the eggs to guests. I had shirred eggs at a restaurant once so I plan to try your recipe soon. We also buy free-range eggs and love the flavor and yolk color.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

KoffeeKlatch Gals, I had some with brown spots and the next ones I baked didn't have the brown on them. I don't know why. Thanks for stopping by.


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KoffeeKlatch Gals 3 years ago from Sunny Florida

Thanks for the review of the oven baked eggs. I think I am a little put off by the brown spot on the egg. The recipes you included look interesting. I'll have to try them.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Nicole S, I know I saw it all over too so I had to try it. Thank you for stopping by I appreciate it.


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Nicole S 3 years ago from Minnesota

I had seen this on Pinterest before Easter and wondered whether or not it worked to bake them. I didn't want to waste eggs if it didn't though. Thanks for sharing, now I know!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Glimmer Twin Fan, No I never noticed a greenish ring. Thank for stopping by.


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Glimmer Twin Fan 3 years ago

I have been seeing this and am now going to have to give it a try. I don't see that greenish ring that I frequently get on my eggs. Useful hub!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Movie Master, Thank you for stopping by and for the vote. It is a very different way to cook them but it works.


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Movie Master 3 years ago from United Kingdom

How interesting, I had not heard of cooking eggs in the oven, I shall have to give it a go.

Your eggs look good, the yokes are so yellow!

Voting up, thank you.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

StoneCircle, We also like our poached eggs. I may do it this way when making eggs to take in lunchs. Thanks so much for stopping by and for the vote.


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StoneCircle 3 years ago from Rindge, NH

I can relate to the difference in store bought eggs VS farm fresh free range eggs. I myself have been the proud owner of chickens for several years. I miss them, but thankfully can buy them from the farm right at the end of the road.

As far as baking eggs, well I am curious to try but I do not think I would make it a standard practice. I enjoy a 3 minute egg! Poached eggs are a Sunday brunch staple.

voted up, interesting and very useful


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

nArchuleta, Thanks for stopping by when you try them let me know how you like them.


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nArchuleta 3 years ago from Denver, Colorado

This is a very interesting Hub. I want to go try the shirred eggs right away -- thanks for sharing!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

RealHousewife, Thank you for stopping by. Glad you liked the hub.


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RealHousewife 3 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Hi Moonlake - this is the second really brilliant hub I have read on hub in the last 20 minutes! I've never heard of any of these ways of cooking eggs. Very unique and I'm sorry...I get so excited about food! I really can't wait to try the Shirred eggs!

You should get HOTD !


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Au fait, They do come out pretty perfect but I will be adding some information to this hub later. Thanks so much for stopping by and the vote and share.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas

I've baked eggs before, but never in the shell. Do they always come out so perfect? Not blue around the yolk the way they do when overcooked on top of the stove? I've found that eggs will come out perfect boiled for 12 minutes, but one has to watch the time carefully. This baking method is very intriguing. Your recipe for shirred eggs looks yummy too!

Voted up, interesting and useful and will share!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Naturezoom, I like just putting them in my oven and letting them cook and walk away from them. Thanks so much for stopping by.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

kashmir56, I made more today and they turned out great. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.


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Naturezoom 3 years ago from Texas

I just spotted your article on the oven method after writing my article on hard boiled eggs, where I mentioned the oven method, but didn't know how to do it. Now I want to try this way just out of curiosity. I buy my eggs from my neighbor who keeps chickens free range, and those eggs are harder to peel than store bought eggs. This might be a good solution for hard to peel free range eggs.


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kashmir56 3 years ago from Massachusetts

Hi my friend, very interesting recipe, i would not do it that way but now you know it works just as well has the other way to make them.

Awesome !


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

aviannovice, I will do it again tomorrow because I think it is easier and I like my free range eggs peeling easier. The eggs done in the oven taste good too. Thanks so much for stopping by.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Deborah-Diane, I was telling my friends about it today and they all thought you had to grease the pan or something like that. You don't have just put the eggs in the muffin pan. Sounds strange but it works. Thanks so much for stopping by.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

DDE, I will be making more this way tomorrow so I can color some for Easter. Thanks for stopping by.


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aviannovice 3 years ago from Stillwater, OK

I have also noticed that the free range eggs are harder to peel. I would rather eat them than the older eggs that come from the grocery store. I do want to hard-cook some eggs for decorative reasons, and I just might try the oven method if they peel that much easier. It is a trade-off, I suppose, if one wants better eggs to eat.


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Deborah-Diane 3 years ago from Orange County, California

I never thought about cooking eggs in the oven before. Great idea! Voted up.


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DDE 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Wow! Awesome and such great idea for boiling eggs, and sounds a healthy breakfast.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

beingwell, Thanks so much for stopping by. I appreciate you leaving a comment.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

rajan jolly, I'm so glad you told me where the bright color comes from I didn't know. Thanks so much for stopping by and thanks for the vote and share.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Cathy Fidelibus, Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment I appreciate it.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

AliciaC , If you love eating jelly on your toast with eggs this is like that but in one small dish. Thanks so much for stopping by.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Prasetio, Thanks so much for stopping by. Glad you found my hub interesting.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Peggy W, I have to make eggs on Saturday and I'm going to try it again. Thanks so much for stopping by and for the vote and share.


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beingwell 3 years ago from Bangkok

Voted up moonlake. I'd like to try baking eggs. Wait 'till I get my baking oven.


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rajan jolly 3 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

Inspite of being a former poultry breeder this thought of baking eggs in the oven never struck me. Is it because I'm not a cook! Lol! I know one thing though; the free range eggs have a deep yellow color due to the birds having access to grass which contains beta carotene.

I'm going to try out hard cooked eggs in the oven and also try the interesting recipe for shirred eggs. This is new to me.

Voted up, interesting, gave 5 stars and shared.


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Cathy Fidelibus 3 years ago from NJ

Definitely going to try the shirred egg recipe, thanks.


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AliciaC 3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

I have never heard of shirred eggs before but I love the sound and the look of this recipe. Adding jelly to eggs is an interesting idea. Thanks for the instructions, moonlake.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia

I agree with Peggy. I found this hub very interesting. Thanks for writing and sharing with us. I'll show this hub to my mom. Voted up!

Prasetio


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Peggy W 3 years ago from Houston, Texas

I had not heard of oven baked eggs and found this interesting. I will probably do it the old fashioned way when wanting hard boiled eggs, but still, this is interesting to know. Your recipes look good. UUI votes and will share so that others can learn of this option.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

Vickiw, I have no idea what the energy difference would be..Just thought it was fun to try it but I stay far away from the oven. Thanks so much for stopping by.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

diogenes, I guess if a batch of Easter eggs were going to be made it was pretty easy just walk away and listen for the timer. Thanks so much for stopping by I appreciate it.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America Author

RTalloni, Your welcome just thought it was kind of interesting to find out how it would work. Thanks for stopping by.


Vickiw 3 years ago

Sorry, I am not sure why anyone would want to do this in the oven? I'm trying to think of the benefits,and I can't! Wouldn't the oven use a lot more energy than just boiling them on top of the stove? Very interesting though, it made me think bout it, and that is always good for an aging baby boomer!


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diogenes 3 years ago from UK and Mexico

I can see this being of use to commercial operations like large restaurants, or institutions, but it's too much messing around to produce ugly looking huevos for the homemaker.

I would still be sure they were going to blow!!

Bob


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RTalloni 3 years ago from the short journey

Thanks so much for this review of the eggs baked in the oven! I have wondered about whether it would work, how it would work, etc. Also thanks for the other great recipes. I've never heard of Shirred Eggs before but it looks good.

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