We tried Baking Eggs - SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO!
10/10 do not recommend.
For starters - farm fresh eggs are always hard to peel. The best thing I’ve tried is boil with baking soda and vinegar in the water. Ice bath after cooking. But I don’t always remember to do that. My grandmother, who had chickens until the day she passed, said you need to use old eggs to get them to peel well and to get the perfect cook. We don't have old eggs!
Back to baking. 325. 30 minutes. Muffin tin is to keep from rolling. Peeled just as horribly as usual. And guess what? They were unevenly cooked! The pictured ones look fine. But once the kids started eating them, we discovered some undercooked yolks.
Something else that happened was at each touch point on the muffin tin, the eggs got brown burn spots on the whites. These spots would not be very attractive on a summertime display plate of deviled eggs.
Hard boiled pass on this one guys.