Everything Hard Boiled Eggs
The Best Ways to Hard Boil Eggs
Our two tried and true methods for perfect hard boiled eggs: on the stovetop and in the Instant Pot (pressure cooker)
Hard Boiled Egg Recipes
There are so many ways to use hard boiled eggs, from green salads, to egg salad, to deviled eggs, to grilled cheese!
Eggs are some of the most nutritious foods on the planet. At only 75 calories each, they’re packed with nutrients and 7 grams of protein. Eggs are especially helpful for vegetarian diets as a natural source of B12. And, recent research has found that instead of seeking to avoid eggs for cholesterol reasons, eggs actually increase the good cholesterol the body needs. They’re recommended as an affordable and easy-to-eat source of high quality protein.
Why hard boil eggs?
Hard boiling eggs is a great way to bottle up that nutrition in eggs and easily add them to meals for days. Hard boiled eggs are also great for a filling, high protein snack. We have two perfect hard boiled eggs methods: one on the stovetop and one in the Instant Pot.
How long are hard boiled eggs good for?
Hard boiled eggs last for up to 1 week in the refrigerator. If you’re looking for ways to use them up, see the recipes below!
An easy way to peel hard boiled eggs
There are lots of tricks to peeling hard boiled eggs, but one of the best ways we’ve found is using a special method. Our Instant Pot hard boiled eggs recipe actually makes for hard boiled eggs that are very easy to peel. If you have an Instant Pot, we’d recommend using that method!
More Recipes with Eggs
Here’s our collection of vegetarian recipes using eggs!