Hard Boiled Eggs Served With A Smile

Have you ever seen these things? They are egg molds? Egg what??? Egg molds! I saw them awhile ago and have been wanting to get them to try them out and here they are. Pretty cool looking aren’t they?

You’re probably wondering why in the world anyone would want these things though, right? Well, I love hard boiled eggs. I have passed that love on to my son (which I think it great!) Eggs are so good for you and I love that he eats them. So why not make them more fun, right? I mean. I’m all about making dinner time fun! So we made these.

They were easier than I thought to make. You just boil your eggs like normal. When they are done and still super hot, peel them. I wore my rubber dish washing gloves to protect my fingers. Worked like a charm.

Then place an egg in the mold and clamp it closed. The longer they cool, the better they hold their shape. So we put them in cold water and let them sit for awhile. Then I placed the egg (still in the mold) into the refrigerator for another couple of hours.

And voila! What do you think? I know! That’s a hard boiled egg! So totally cool!


This one is my absolute favorite! Cool car, right??? My son loved them! He ate 2 of them for breakfast!

You can find these amazing things over on Amazon.ย  Just click on the links below and start making the coolest hard boiled eggs ever! ย  I know! Amazon of all places. They carry everything!


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  1. Those are adorable!!!! Where did you find them???

    Lynn
    http://punkaroonie.blogspot.com/

  2. Wow those are adorable! I LOVE the car! My grandkids would love those. Thanks for sharing.
    Denise

  3. That must be the weirdest thing I have seen in a long time! I am still not sure how I feel about molded eggs. :/

  4. Wow! That is coolness. Must buy some. Must buy some now!

  5. Believe it or not you can find them on Amazon.com! Aren’t they fun?

  6. Oh wow! These are awesome! I can’t believe how well they take the shape. I would have thought they would get squished. Definitely the most fun way to eat an egg I have ever seen:)

  7. Such a fun idea! I’ve never seen these before. I’m amazed an egg will shape like that.

  8. I saw these awhile back, forgot to order them. But aren’t they cute!

  9. Eggs-citingly adorable! I’m all about food fun, and anything you can do to help kids eat healthier…I say “Let’s DO it”. Will be looking for a linky to give us an idea where to find these cuties. Thanks – you’re always making me smile!

  10. Oh my gosh, I’ve never heard of such a thing! It’s magic! ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. These are so cool. I have never seen anything like this before. Amazing!

  12. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing.

  13. My daughter wont eat a boiled egg but if I mold it into a heart I bet she will not be able to resist.

    Really want to know where to buy these.

  14. This is hilarious! My little boys would be thrilled to eat an egg shaped egg. I wonder if it would work on potatoes. My oldest hates them.

  15. I’ve never seen the molds, but they are brilliant!

    Thanks for linking with What little boys are made of.

  16. Erin,
    You won my giveaway Congrats. Please contact me at lifeaslori@yahoo.com

    Those eggs are really cool.

    Lori

  17. This is too cute! I will have to look into getting some of these! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for sharing!

  18. Those are hilarious! My son LOVED seeing this!

    http://im-in-the-loop.blogspot.com/

  19. Those are very cool!! If we liked hard boiled eggs around here I might just have to get some! (=

  20. this is so cute.. thank you for sharing this:)

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  22. This is crazy! My kids all love hard boiled eggs. I am just in shock that this is even possible. ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. This is just too fun! I like that the egg doesn’t have to cook inside the plastic – that it just molds it after it’s already cooked. This is great! I’d love for you to add this to my Sweets This Week link party.

    ~Sarah

  24. Oh. My. Heck. These are the most ridiculously cute things I’ve ever seen. I can’t believe how inexpensive they are on Amazon. $1.25 to get my kids to eat hard boiled goodness? I’m there.

  25. this is so cool…i want one!!!

  26. Love it! Thanks for sharing!

  27. I have just discovered bentos and muffin tin meals and have been wondering how these egg molds are used. Thanks for sharing this little tutorial! Now if only I could get my three to EAT eggs, I could have fun using some of these ; )

  28. These are cool! I wonder if I could get my little one to eat a hard boiled egg this way??
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can’t wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

  29. OMigosh!! That just might make my son at least TRY a hard-boiled egg!! lol I love it!! Thanks for sharing your great find. ๐Ÿ™‚

  30. lol..pretty cute!
    i’m your newest follower!

    bloggingbypictures.blogspot.com

  31. You sold me! I had to order some for my grandbabies! Thanks!

  32. Ummm…I actually can’t live another day if I don’t get one of those! Coolest thing EVER!!!

  33. I love these!!! *jumps to amazon*

  34. These are so cute! My kids would love these for breakfast. I’ve got to have them!

  35. Oh my goodness, I lvoe these… hope i can find them in the foreign foods section of our store!

  36. lvoe=love… oops!

  37. Oh my word–I’ve never even heard of these! ADORABLE!! I want them–for myself! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m here from C.R.A.F.T.

  38. Super cool!!!!! Have to have it too now!!!

  39. This rocks – thanks so much for sharing!! I’m going to check it out right now. Visiting from Sumo’s Sweet Stuff.

  40. I’ve never seen those before, I LOVE themed food! I’m buying some today!

  41. Thanks for linking up with Sweets This Week ๐Ÿ™‚

    ~Sarah

  42. I think this is an awesome idea to get a egg shaped into a fun thing for children.Thanks for sharing the awesome idea.Did you mean after they are put into the mold they need to be refrigerated?

  43. Erin, those are awesome! I wonder how they would do as deviled eggs. I think I am going to have to get me some!

  44. Oh now you’ve done it all, lol. I’ve seen these especially in the Bento lunch blogs, and I always say I want to try it. Had no idea you put the already boiled egg in there, makes much more sense now, lol.

    Thanks again for sharing all your wonderful creations on **Amaze me August**

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  45. Thanks so much for sharing this! I bought some on Amazon because I thought they would be cute for my son and was dismayed that all the instructions were in Japanese, which I can’t read. There were little pictures, but this is much more helpful :-). I’m sure we will have a lot of fun with ’em!

  46. This is just too cool!! I’m going to see if I can find them on Amazon. Thanks for sharing. I’m a new follower…

  47. Visiting from the hop at “Lamb Around” — WOW! Those egg molds are amazing! My girls love hard-boiled eggs and would get a huge kick out of those, especially that sweet little car. Where did you find your molds? Jenn/Rook No. 17

  48. Those are great! Never seen anything like them!

  49. I will admit I clicked over because the car shaped egg looked to me like a dogs nose. And if I bought the mold that is what I would be making. Noses.
    I believe I have similar molds but never thought of using them for hard boiled (or softer hard boiled) eggs.

  50. This is amazing x

  51. Those are too cool!!! I need to find some for my kiddos. How fun!

    I’d love to have you link up to my For the Kids Friday Link Party! Stop on by!!

    :)rachel from SunScholars.blogspot.com

  52. I have never seen these, but I want them so bad! My 5 year old would love the car mold. Thanks so much for linking up with Fun for Kids Friday!
    http://www.localfunforkids.com & Smile Monsters

  53. Thanks for sharing at the For the Kids Friday Link Party! I look forward to having you back this Friday!

  54. very kewl idea, I can see this being a hit at a party.
    would luv for you to add it to our linking party this week.
    http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/03/orange-blossoms-with-linking-party.html
    Thanks
    Maggie

  55. You always have the most fun stuff on your site! I don’t know how you find these things!

  56. I love these too. I also use them with rice! You can get edable markers and have your kids color them to add even more fun! I actualy have a post about it over at http://www.mylifeunzipped.blogspot.com

  57. Wow, these are great! Amazon has everything! Visiting from Homemaker on a Dime.

    -caroline @ c.w.frosting

  58. That is super cool!
    thanks for sharing! you always have great things!

  59. This is a hoot!!! I love coming up with fun things to do with food with my kids and these just make me smile!! Thanks for the post.

  60. That car is so cute. Lots of fun for kids.

  61. I’m so excited: I saw this post and immediately found a Hello Kitty egg mould on ebay which has finally taught my children that eggs are not the m ost disgusting food in the land. Thank you soooooooo much!!!

  62. this is so cool! What a cute gift for a child ๐Ÿ™‚

  63. Cute idea, Thanks for sharing!

    ~Mrs. Delightful
    ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

  64. Maybe if I got these my son would finally be intrigued enough to give eggs a try ๐Ÿ™‚

  65. Love it! Now plain boiled eggs are going to seem so boring ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday!

  66. Hi there! Just wanted to let you know that you are being featured at this weeks Taking A Timeout Thursday party. Thanks for partying with me!

  67. Thanks for adding these to my linky. I tried them. Here’s my funny story about the first time I sent them with the boys to school…http://culinary-adventures-with-cam.blogspot.com/2013/08/molded-hard-boiled-eggs.html