Easter season is upon us and a lot of people are waiting for this holiday with anticipation. Just the preparation alone can introduce a lot of excitement in your lives. People like to plan and prepare extensively for their choice of food and the way the table is going to look. They plan their days off and who are they going to spend it with.
But most of all, I’ve found, people like to go crazy creative with the eggs. Choosing the colors and the patterns that you want to dye your eggs with is a blast.
Especially if they are intricate and require a lot of time and effort. Once you are done, you feel like an extraordinary artist!
To be very honest with you, I find myself in the haters division.
I like the holiday, since it reminds me of my parents, but boy, do I hate the preparing part.
Just thinking of all those pots and pants, cracked eggs and all that dye makes my skin crawl. It’s because I can never truly organize myself and I always fail at having some super impressive eggs!
Looking for a solution, I stumbled upon a video which will at least easen up the boiling part. Seems like there existed a way of boiling a bulk of eggs at the same time!
And the solution is: to bake them.
In a muffin pan.
Yes, you read correctly.
Take one muffin pan and put one egg in each hole. Make sure the eggs are at room temperature.
Pre-heat the oven at 325 degrees Farenheit for about thirty minutes. Once they are out of the oven, allow for the eggs to cool for at least 15 minutes before you start shelling them.
As easy as that!
Hard-boiled eggs, no mess, no fuzz!