Now the process of boiling eggs the standard way is not hard. Add eggs and water to a pot, boil, cover, done. But, trust me. Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs are even easier. And you can make SO many at a time. Go ahead and pile them up! But the true reason I prefer using my Instant Pot? They are sooooo much easier to peel. And let’s be real peeling the eggs is the real deterrent.
Now that the peeling process is easier, think about all the uses for the instant pot hard boiled eggs.
Instant Pot Hard Boiled Egg Uses:
Easy on the go breakfast or snack
Deviled eggs (a holiday STAPLE)
Cobb Salad (with extra bacon, please!)
On that note, all the salads are awesome with hard boiled eggs
Ramen or Pho
And the ideas continue!
The process for making hard boiled eggs in your instant pot is silly easy! Start with the trivet in your instant pot. Next, add water to your liner. Then add in your eggs. You can make as many or as little as you’d like! Feel free to pile them up, just don’t fill your pot more than 2/3 full. That’s a lot of eggs :).
Once the pressure is released, immediately add the eggs to a bowl of ice water to cool off and stop the cooking. When cooled, peel away! It won’t take too long. Then store in the fridge until you’re ready to eat or use in a recipe. Peeled or unpeeled, hard boiled eggs keep for up to one week in the fridge Print
Hard boiled eggs are a staple. From a quick, on-the go breakfast or snack to a key ingredient for deviled eggs, Cobb Salad, egg salad, and more. Instant Pot Hard Boiled eggs are even easier than the stovetop version and are MUCH easier to peel. How-to at KathleensCravings.com
1 dozen eggs (However many you’d like! )
1 cup water
Add the trivet to your Instant Pot. Pour in the water. And carefully place the eggs on the trivet, piling on top of each other if needed. Set to Manual High Pressure for 5 minutes.
While the eggs are cooking, prepare a large bowl of ice water.
After the cook time is over, allow to Natural Release for 5 minutes then quick release the remaining pressure. Immediately place the eggs in the bowl of ice water. Do so carefully as the eggs will be very hot – with tongs, or a towel, or a spoon.
Leave in the water for 5-10 minutes until eggs are completely cooled. Peel eggs and store in the fridge in an airtight container. Peeled and unpeeled hard boiled eggs will keep for up to one week in the fridge.