I just read that adding baking soda to the water makes the eggs easier to peel.. I have not tried it yet.
I like the idea . Me and my 8 year old daughter are going to give it a try..............Daring Dad ! :)
Thanks for the cute and clever idea! A great way to use up all the decorated Easter eggs! They were a hit!
I made these yesterday!! :) Thanks for the WONDERFUL idea!! I gave you a shout-out on my blog today (I posted about them!) They were a great hit and OH SO CUTE. Not many people wanted to eat them because they were so precious looking <3 Hope you had a blessed day!
These are absolutely adorable. Making them for Easter. They will be the hit of our Easter celebration. Sooooooooo cute!!!!! Ingenious!!!!!!
This is GRATE!! I Love this...Im gonna make some & thay will be the hit of Easter dinner @ my Grandfsthers...Thank you so much.......grate ideall!!!
i love your deviled eggs they r so cute im going to make them for our easter dinner thank u keep up the good work!
So cute! I linked to these on my blog: http://abletosleep.blogspot.com/.
My 12-year-old loves deviled eggs so he's in charge of making them for the family Easter lunch. He'll love this!
@Linda @Cash Tree @Annie
Regardless of the age of the egg (provided it's not rotten) I first boil the water then add room temperature egg with the large end pricked (I have an egg pricker for this purpose). I cook for 5 minutes for a soft boiled egg (good for dipping) and 10 minutes for hard boiled. I have NEVER had a problem with cooking times or peeling when doing it this way.
If the eggs are refrigerated, I add another 1/2 minute to the cooking times.