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Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs Easter is on Sunday, and if you’ve got kids, they’re counting on you to make a ton of hard-boiled eggs. Follow these simple foolproof steps to create a lot of happy Easter f…

Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs

Easter is on Sunday, and if you’ve got kids, they’re counting on you to make a ton of hard-boiled eggs. Follow these simple foolproof steps to create a lot of happy Easter faces!

  • Place eggs in a single layer in a sauce pan and cover with an inch of very cold water.
  • Add a healthy pinch of salt (helps to prevent eggs from cracking and makes them easier to peel) and bring eggs to a boil.
  • After eggs reach a roaring boil, remove them from heat and cover with lid.
  • Let eggs stand for 12 minutes, then drain and rinse with cold water.

Let eggs cool completely before decorating.

Happy Easter!

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