Air Fryer Hard “Boiled” Eggs

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!
Air Fryer Hard Boiled Eggs

I eat hard boiled eggs for breakfast or lunch just about every day! Since discovering this method, this is the only way I make hard boiled eggs now. No waiting for the water to boil, just place the eggs in the air fryer and walk away. Some of my go-to salads with eggs are Classic Egg Salad, Chickpea Egg Salad, and this Asparagus Egg and Bacon Salad.

My go-to breakfast is hard boiled eggs with Everything Seasoning, so good!

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!

I’m sure when you think of air fryers you think of air fryer french fries, or egg rolls, or even chicken wings! And yes, I make all of those things in my air fryer, but it’s funny, these hard boiled eggs have become a part of my morning routine because it’s so much faster than any other method. It’s the only way I “boil” eggs now. I can get them started and walk away to finish getting ready for my morning. I love that I don’t have to stand over them to make sure they don’t boil over on a stove. Don’t get me wrong, I still love making hard boiled eggs in my Instant Pot, especially because they peel so easy, but for saving time, the air fryer wins!

Do Air Fryers Cook Faster?

Yes! An air fryer is basically a counter-top convection oven with a heated coil (usually at the top) a mesh or metal basket, and a fan that circulates the heat around the foods at convection oven rates which creates an intense environment of heat that consequently cooks foods faster and more evenly.

Here, using cold eggs right out of the refrigerator, I have played around with different times, and found they come out perfect cooked 250F for 15 minutes, without pre-heating the air fryer with a slightly soft yolk. If you like a more solid yolk, I would cook it for 17 minutes. Once they are ready, simply rinse them under cold water and peel.

Since all air fryers makes and models vary in watts, you may have to play around and experiment with yours. This is tested with the 1700 watt Skinnytaste by Vremi Air Fryer which is finally available for pre-order on Amazon (US only). As the ship date gets closer, Canadians and Hawaii will also be able to order it on the Vremi website, I will be announcing as that gets closer (shipping fees will be extra). This is the air fryer I use to create all my air fryer recipes for my blog and the Skinnytaste Air Fryer Cookbook (affil link).

Play around with your air fryer and experiment to see what gives you the best results and let me know how it works out!

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!
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Air Fryer Hard Boiled Eggs

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78 Cals 6 Protein 0.5 Carbs 5 Fats
Prep Time: 0 mins
Cook Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
Yield: 4 eggs
COURSE: Breakfast, Brunch
CUISINE: American
Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!

Ingredients

  • 4 large eggs
  • Salt, black pepper, everything bagel seasoning, optional

Instructions

  • Place the eggs in the air fryer basket and cook 250F 15 minutes for  a softer yolk, 17 minutes for a firmer yolk (time may vary depending on the make and model of your air fryer).
  • Run under cold water and peel right away.

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Nutrition

Serving: 1egg, Calories: 78kcal, Carbohydrates: 0.5g, Protein: 6g, Fat: 5g, Saturated Fat: 1.6g, Cholesterol: 186mg, Sodium: 62mg, Sugar: 0.5g
Blue Smart Points: 0
Green Smart Points: 4
Purple Smart Points: 0
Points +: 2
Keywords: Air Fryer Hard Boiled Eggs, hard boiled eggs in air fryer oven, How to make Hard Boiled Eggs in the Air Fryer

Making hard boiled eggs in the air fryer is so quick and easy, no water needed!

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139 comments

  1. Best way to make a small batch of hard boiled eggs!
    I followed the recipe exactly. 4 eggs for 17 minutes at 250°
    Then I put them in an ice water bath for 10 minutes. Easiest peeled eggs ever! Don’t skip on cooling the eggs for a decent amount of time.

  2. I was really excited when I saw this recipe….until I tried to peel one. They don’t peel. I ruined 8 eggs. Will definately stick to the instant pot for eggs.

    • They always peel fine for me, but yes IP peels easier.

    • I had the same problem but then after a 10 minute soak in the ice water and letting them sit for 10 extra minutes, they peeled great. I think they just need time to full cool and set.

  3. This recipe did not work out for me. I have a ninja air fryer. The larger size. My air fryer temp does not go down to 250 degrees. So I set it to bake at 250 for 15 mins. The yolk was really runny. So I put them back in for another 6 mins on bake at 250 and still were really runny. Would not recommend this with a ninja air fryer. 

    • Second this! We have a Ninja Foodie and they seemed barely cooked after 16 min. I put them in another 15; I will say that I used to use a small Dash and still had the same problem. Maybe I’m doing something wrong 🤷🏻‍♀️ 

  4. This worked perfectly for me! I did 250 for 18 min no pre heat. I did five eggs at a time. Make sure to not over crowd the basket! I will be doing this from now on. Mine also peeled easy. 

  5. I just love doing eggs in the air fryer. A genius recipe. Easy and they turn out perfectly -in 14 to 15 minutes for my “large” eggs.

  6. I just tried this with cold eggs from the grocery store I bought today. The white and the yolk are done but I destroyed the eggs getting the shells off. The shell would not separate from the egg; I did rinse them in cold water. ???

  7. AMAZING.  Will never make HB eggs on the stove again. AFYI the WW app says 1 hard boiled egg is only 2 points on the green plan! 

  8. Fantastic recipe! Excellent yolk at 250* for 15 or 16 minutes. Never going back to boiling eggs. Thank you for sharing!!

  9. Perfect!! I use an Instant Pot Air Fryer Lid  attachment, and set the  fryer at 250/bake  for 15 minutes. Perfect fluffy yellow center. Easy cook easy peel! Thank you for a great idea!

  10. I usually make hard boiled eggs in my Instant Pot.
    I tried just one egg for starters in my 5.8-quart Cosori air fryer and the egg came out perfectly @250 for 15 minutes. No green ring, and the yolk was a little softer in the very center. Next time I’m knocking a minute off (14) because I like my yolks best when they are just a little creamy.
    I’m not sure why so many are having issues unless they have too many eggs in the fryer or maybe their eggs are too big. Mine was large, not extra-large.

  11. I usually make hard boiled eggs in my Instant Pot.
    I tried just one egg for starters in my 5.8-quart Cosori air fryer and the egg came out perfectly @250 for 15 minutes. No green ring, and the yolk was a little softer in the very center. Next time I’m knocking a minute off (14) because I like my yolks best when they are just a little creamy.
    I’m not sure why so many are having issues unless they have too many eggs in the fryer or maybe their eggs are too big. Mine was large, not extra-large.

  12. Turned out perfect! 15 mins at 250. Thanks

  13. Is the air fry temp at 250 degrees? I have a Breville, and I can select a range of temps… Can’t wait to try this!

  14. Hi! How would you adjust temperature and cook time for an oven-style air fryer? Thanks so much!

  15. Perfect recipe. Thank you!

  16. I just did this! In my Vremi air fryer. Amazing.. was quiet happy with how easy it is.  Thanks!🤗

  17. I tried this last night. 10 eggs at 250 for 17 minutes. Tried to crack the first egg…  not cooked enough. Back in the air fryer, this time at 280 for another 20 minutes. This time they were  cooked enough, but not easy to peel at all.  Guess I’ll be using my instant pot after all. Worth a try anyway. 

  18. That’s the cosori air fryer. I hate spell check

  19. Perfect in the video air fryer.

  20. Perfect! Thank you! I can’t use my regular stove right now and was craving a hard boiled egg. Air fryer to the rescue. I will never boil the eggs again. Shell came off effortlessly! 5 stars!!

  21. Comes out perfect every time!

  22. I will never make hard boiled eggs on the stovetop again! These came out just perfect, straight from the fridge, no preheating, at 17 minutes. Super easy to peel, and the yolk set at just the right firmness.

  23. Just cooked mine in an air fryer oven. Did not change temp or time. Just put the eggs in a pan that fit my oven. Worked great.

  24. Wow! Just tried hard cooking my eggs in the air fryer. Quick and slick. No boiling, no draining, just cool them in cold water. Peeled like a dream. I won’t go back to the boiling method. Thank you so much! Love your recipes!

  25. Would you adjust the temperature and/or cooking time for an oven-style air fryer? Thanks!

  26. This is so easy! I tried this yesterday in Phillips XL Air Fryer. I too, like several others was a little skeptical but wanted to try. Warmed/preheated my fryer for 3 mins at 250, took my eggs straight from fridge, and left them in for 18 minutes.  Put them in ice water and they peeled easily.  The yolk was hard the way we like it.  Thank you GINA!  No more boiling water for me.

  27. What happened to my posting that had been visible after the one shown with the 4 egg failure? I promised to experiment and I did as my newer post successfully showed? 😳
    DDMS, MEd, CHt

  28. As I indicated my intent earlier today after the disaster of going exactly by the directions, I experimented with 1 egg @275 for 20 minutes! This turned out perfectly!

  29. Used 1800 watt air fryer. 17 min. at 250 degrees was either not nearly enough time and/or temp! 🙁 Will now experiment for myself.

  30. I’ve done this a few times and it’s worked well, but this morning when I put 2 eggs in at 250 for 17 min like usual before heading upstairs, I came back down to a kitchen full of smoke and the air fryer broken! One of the eggs was busted open, other than that I don’t know what happened. But my air fryer won’t turn back on at all, which is devastating 🙁

  31. These are awesome! I do mine for 19 minutes to get the yolk how I like it. One question- how long do these keep without peeling them in the fridge? I’ve been doing one each morning for my salad but would love to do a few every other night. Also, do they need to be peel immediately after the cold water from the air fryer?

  32. My Ninja Foodie only goes down to 300 so I had to play with this a bit. I found that eggs out of the fridge at 300 at 12 minutes came out with a just soft yellow center. Perfect!

    • I was so happy I found your reply to this post. I decided to finally try making these this morning and i noticed mine also did not go as low as it said to put it. I was thinking shoot I wonder how long I would cook them on 300. Then I saw your post, thank you so much Totally made my day. Those were very tasty! I will never go back to boiling again.

    • Thank you for this!! I also have the Foodie and didn’t know how long to cook it at 300 degrees! Much appreciated! 

    • Making mine on Ninja. Perfect timing. Thank u. Making them for work and pressed for time!!👊👊👊 so much easier! Any other great ideas for Ninja , please share??? My first time with air fryer…luv. it🥰🥰!!

  33. Unfortunately, my first attempt didn’t work out. I tried cooking 6 jumbo eggs for 17 minutes at 250 degrees and some of the eggs were not completely cooked – not only the yolks but some of the whites as well. They also didn’t peel cleanly.

    My mistake was probably using jumbo eggs and my air fryer thermostat may be different. I will try again because Gina’s recipes rarely fail.

  34. I was skeptical. Also initially surprised by the need to cook for 17 min. That said, I tried it and I am never go back to boiling. This was AMAZING! I popped them in, showered and came back to breakfast with NO CLEANUP and an easy peeling process!  I highly recommend trying this method for those unsure. 

  35. Loved this recipe and will only be making hard-boiled eggs like this going forward. THANK YOU!!!

  36. Is there a max in how many eggs you can do at a time?

  37. Worked like a charm!!! Made 6 eggs, 17 min. It was cooked and firm but I think I’ll put in a minute or two longer next time as I like my yolk a bit more well done. A bit tough to peel but I did use fresh eggs. Super super easy will definitely be using this method again!!

  38. My airfryer does not go below 300 – that is the lowest it will go.

    I put them in at 300 for 12 minutes is that OK

  39. Hi! Love all of your recipes! I see your air fryer is sold out, which other air fryer do you recommend? Thanks! 

    • I did a bunch of research and decided on the Ninja Foodie which is so many things in one. I sold my Crockpot to make room but it stays on my counter as I use it every day. I love it.

  40. This is great if your air fryer actually goes that low! Mine only goes down to 250 so…pass on this one!

  41. If you cook these in the oven they take a half hour at 320 for a dozen eggs, laid out on the oven rack. If that helps anybody. Convection ovens are faster, so half the time is about right. 
    Y’all having trouble may want a bit more heat, 

  42. I just tried this and when I opened the basket after they were done, one of the eggs was cracked open. I did it for 250F for 17 minutes (I like a former yolk). Any ideas as to why the egg cracked open? Should I put more eggs in there (I only put in 2). I hope i don’t have to decrease the time because I actually thought 17 minutes was too little for how firm I like my yolks. Thanks!!

  43. Easy way to make hard boiled eggs. Using the skinnytaste air fryer I cooked them for 17 minutes, per the instructions and the yokes were a bit under cooked for me. Next time I’ll wait a couple of minutes before I cool them off. 

  44. I preheated mine at 270 for 5 minutes place the eggs for 15 minutes came out great!

  45. Easy Peasy! Cooked 7 eggs for the Skinnytaste Egg Salad and they came out perfectly. 6 eggs 17 minutes and a cold bath. The center was slightly soft but firm. Very easy to peel. Won’t hard boil eggs any other way now.

  46. Tried it, read through the comments while cooking and noticed a few saying 17min weren’t enough, so casually added an extra minute. Threw it in the ice bath, cracked one and for a brief moment went ‘oh god another phony chef’ (cause the crack felt very soft BUT when I started peeling I noticed it was just right. When I sliced it in half I was pleased with the results. Best boiled egg I’ve ever had but the iced bath was a whole new revolutionary trick I never knew about. As for the airfryer, make the inventor a king of a country..

  47. Didn’t work for me at all even left them in for 17 minutes and the white near the yolk was clear and runny.. What a waste of four eggs

  48. Thanks for the awesome egg directions!
    I cooked a dozen large eggs at 250 for 17 minutes. (I was too impatient to pre-heat). Submerged in ice bath for a few minutes. Perfect for me. I put the unpeeled eggs back in the egg carton and stored in fridge until ready to be eaten. I wrote “cooked” on the carton. Excellent for on the go. 

  49. Tried to cook per your instructions set it for 17 minutes to get hard boiled eggs. Came out totally mushy and soft. I have a 1700 watt power air fryer oven the kind that has the air flow mesh racks that you can set at different heights. I cooked these at the lowest setting ,farthest away from the heat, should I have set the rack up a little higher? They were also very.messy to peel.

    •  My air fryer does not have a basket, it has a grill rack and two mesh racks. I put four cold eggs on the grill rack, spacing them a little ways apart. I cooked them 17 minutes at 250°. Cooked and peeled perfectly! 

  50. is there a max amount of eggs I should put in the air fryer at once?

    • I’m wondering the same Sheila. Could I cook a dozen eggs in my Skinnytaste air fryer and leave the time at 17 minutes at 250 degrees?

    • It should do as many as will fit in the basket though you may need to rotate them iff the basket is too full. I haven’t tried more than 18 but am going by the other things I’ve cooked. The main deterrent to quantity seems to be how much the item blocks air flow or if layers will stick together.

  51. This is the best way to hard boil eggs! I can do other things while my eggs cook and it doesn’t use up my stove so I can cook other stuff. I have a Ninja air fryer, I put in on the Roast option for 250F for 16 minutes and my eggs (they are farm fresh) came out just about perfect, yolk was almost well done, might need another minute to get them to where you would use them for deviled eggs. Try this way of doing hard boiled eggs, they are awesome; no runny yolk, and not rubber at all!! They also peeled super easy!! Love Skinnytaste for everything!!

    • I agree with you. Mine were fresh farm and the temperature in this setting is perfect for soft boiled eggs. I increase the temperature and 18 minutes. They came out perfect

  52. Love love love this air frying the hard boiled! It’s the easiest way ever. Thanks so much. Also I tried your Cajun shrimp dinner in the air fryer and we loved it too

  53. I make it for breakfast evey morning, soft boiled and eat it out of my egg cups! Way to go Vremi & Skinny taste your air fryer is amazing!

  54. Hi I am wondering about your recipes for the air fryer, are they the same for the air fryer oven that does not have the basket?

    •  My air fryer has mesh trays and a grill rack. No basket.  I put four cold eggs on the grill rack in my air fryer; cooked 17 minutes at 250°. Cooked and peeled perfectly! 

  55. I’m in Australia and I cooked mine, straight from the fridge, for 15mins at 125c, no preheating, in a 1500 watt air fryer. Perfect first time!

  56. Any thoughts on how long it would take to do more eggs? Maybe a full dozen?

  57. When I read this, my first thought was, “she lost it. These eggs are going to explode!!” But of course, they came out perfectly!! I have already cooked probably 30 eggs this way since you first published this. This is such a time saving home run, I absolutely love it. Thanks so much!!

  58. Hi Gina! I just got a new air fryer and now my eggs aren’t coming out good. I got the breville smart oven air because I don’t have room in my apartment for multiple appliances. Any suggestions?

  59. Thank you for the hard boiled eggs in my Airfryer,They are perfect!!!!!!, I hated doing the eggs the old way
    when it came to peeling the eggs I hated it half the egg came off with the shell, LOL I made almost a dozen eggs already

  60. My kids gave me an air fryer for Mother’s Day and at first I was afraid of it….
    6 days later, they’re no longer responding to my text pics of what I just made……LOL (they created a monster)
    This is fun and simple!
    Thanks for this recipe, Gina!!

  61. wow…. i never knew you could cook eggs in the air fryer. i always thought the air fryer was unnecessary and didn’t have much use but looking this post im impressed :)! thanks!

  62. Thank you for making this so incredibly easy! I did one dozen of farm fresh eggs that were in my refrigerator for about 2 weeks. I have a 1500 watt fryer and did 20 minutes at 250. Yolks were very firm but that’s exactly what I wanted as I’m pickling the eggs. Very easy to peel. Worked perfect, thank you Gina! 

  63. Fantastic!! The eggs were perfect at 17 minutes and I had no issues with peeling. It was just like the ones on the stovetop. I love the simplicity of this. Thank you!!

  64. Love this recipe! I put my eggs in at 284 F (my fryer has weird intervals) for 17 mins and they came out perfectly!!! Thanks for the recipe!!! You just saved me so much time – I can just pop in some eggs and do something else while they cook.

  65. I tried this and they came out perfect.

    YES you should always use eggs that are about a week old or as Gina stated they wont peel as easily. I’ve known this since I was taught how to boil eggs.

    Yes, air frying may not be for everyone – if you love a pot of boiled water then stick to it! Why comment here? This is easy, mess free and just as good.

    Gina, I recommend your site to everyone I know. My 13 yr old even knows to come here for great tasting recipes. So BIG thank you!!!

  66. I used my 1700 W Gourmia air fryer to hard cook four, extra large eggs. I set time for 17 minutes and they came out just past “soft.” They were prefect for what I was doing. If I were making deviled eggs, I would leave them in another minute. I peeled two right away and stuck other two in fridge (after a soak in ice water) to see how they peel tomorrow. The two I peeled sort popped on first crack…but shell came off easily. Thanks Gina…your recipes and methods are always winners in my kitchen!

    • Great, did you preheat first? Yes, I think it’s just about experimenting with your air fryer to get it perfect, so glad it worked out!

  67. My curiosity got the best of me so I tried this last night – spot on!!!! They came out perfect when I tested one last night but the best part was this morning, when the shells just magically fell away. Hope that wasn’t a fluke – love this method either way!!!

  68. I was very skeptical but I have to say I will never make hard boiled eggs again any other way. They came out perfect and peeled so easily!! What a great find- thank you Gina!!

  69. Just read this while drinking coffee and decided to try it before leaving for work. Did 15 mins and my first egg was still running so turned it on for another 5 and they worked prefect now I have eggs for work today. I usually do my IP with the 5-5-5 but this is great too. Thanks Gina! Another idea for my air fryer!

  70. Mine just came our perfect! But I did 1800 watts for 17 minutes , I like the yolks more solid so 15 would of probably been alright too. I peeled the first two right away after running under cold water for a couple minutes and they peeled with ease ! Literally the easiest time I’ve has peeling a hard boiled egg. I put the last one in the fridge to see how easy they peel when they’re put the refrigerator rather then eating right away.

  71. Wow!  After reading this, I had to try it.  I did 2 eggs as a test, and they were perfect at 15 minutes.  They were NOT rubbery, they were perfect.  The lower temp is key.  They were a little bit more difficult to peel than eggs done in the Instant Pot, but not bad.  

  72. No, no, no!
    Tried them in air fryer….rubber tasting!
    Dont do it!
    😝
    Use a steamer….best way, and they peel awesomely!

  73. I have a Phillips airfryer that is about 1425 watts so I guesstimated and cooked a dozen large eggs for 20 minutes. Quick ice bath and peeled under cool running water.  PERFECT, ABSOLUTELY PERFECT. 
    THANK YOU 

  74. Not nice using the word troll Gina mind your manners you are a professional you should not respond to haters smh

  75. Zing!!!!!!! 

  76. 17 minutes for a hard boiled egg ?? No thanks I’ll continue to use the “slow” method of boiling them for FIVE minutes

    • So its basically the same amount if time but without the cleanup. I just tried it and they came out perfect. Definitely will be doing it again.

    • (5 min? what type of stove do you have? I have to boil and then shut off for about 12 minutes… HARD boiled eggs take longer than 5 min) 🙂

      I tried the air fryer method and it worked!!

      thank you so much Gina!!!

  77. I just tried it and it worked perfectly.
    A new way to do eggs and it was quick.

  78. Worked perfectly!!  Thank you!!  I am so excited for your air fryer book.  Is it May 7th yet?  😜

  79. Have you ever tried these with farm fresh eggs? What was the result? I cannot boil eggs and have to steam them, so I’m curious. Thanks!

  80. Had to try this but it didn’t work out that well; I’ll keep trying.

    I did 12 min at 300 (lowest on the Ninja Air Fryer) and the eggs were brutal to peel (I lost half my egg.) They tasted great but super hard peel. I use my Instapot (I do 5min cook; 5 min natural release then just run under cold water) all the time for hard boiled eggs and peel like a dream plus I can do more eggs at a time. So in essence about the same amount of time for a much, much better peel experience.

    I’m going to try again and maybe see if 10 minutes would make it easier to peel.

    • Not sure, I never cooked them that high. ALso, I think it has a lot to do with the freshness of the eggs, too fresh and they will be hard to peel.

    • I get farm fresh eggs every week and they are a breeze to peel! Crack them at the top and bottom, and then roll them on the counter until the whole shell is cracked. Run them under water as you peel, and the shell slips right off.

    • Mine just came our perfect! But I did 1800 watts for 17 minutes , I like the yolks more solid so 15 would of probably been alright too. I peeled the first two right away after running under cold water for a couple minutes and they peeled with ease ! Literally the easiest time I’ve has peeling a hard boiled egg. I put the last one in the fridge to see how easy they peel when they’re put the refrigerator rather then eating right away.

    • I had the same experience with my Ninja fryer.  I think it must be the temperature that’s causing the issue.  The eggs were done just how I like them but I couldn’t peel them.  I like the ease of this method but the I stand pot method seems to be much easier to peel for me.  I’ll probably play around with this method a few more times bc I like the ease of the air fryer over the instant pot.

  81. What is the seasoning you put on yours in the photo. Doesn’t look like just salt and pepper 🤔

  82. Wowww, just tried 2 eggs for 17min and they came out perfect!!!! 😍😍😍

  83. The fastest way to make hard boiled eggs from room temperature eggs is microwave eggs steamer. Done in 5 minutes with 800 watts microwave.

  84. Love this and will definitely be trailing times/temps with my Oster Air Fryer/Toaster Oven asap! Thanks for the info!

  85. If you give them an ice bath post air-fryer and store in the fridge is it still necessary to peel immediately?

  86. Wow. I didn’t even want an egg but I had to try this.
    I did a room temperature fresh hen egg at 120°C for about 11 minutes, no preheating. It worked perfectly! Also super easy to peel.
    The only remark I have is that the yolk was really on one side so this won’t be good for devilled eggs unless I can get them to sit upright.
    Still… Hard boiled eggs in the morning with no fuss or dishes even. Thanks for sharing!

  87. I made these this morning. Worked great, came out perfect! I put them in ice water for a few minutes before peeling and they peeled very easy!

  88. Life changing. Thank you. I can’t wait to get the air fryer cookbook.

  89. Just did this….they came out perfect!

  90. I did this in a Toastmaster air fryer as per the directions and it worked perfectly. I’ll definitely use this method instead of boiling.

  91. You don’t need to poke holes in them like for microwave boiling?

  92. Do they peel as easily as IP eggs though?