This is how you make Instant Pot hard boiled eggs in bulk and the secrets to the best deviled eggs in town. How long to cook eggs in your pressure cooker to get the perfect yolk for your favorite appetizer and the best hard boiled eggs to snack on too. Tips and tricks on how we do it.
As you know I love my fancy pressure cooker and use it almost daily. I share all of my easy Instant Pot recipes here and today I’m sharing our secret to making the best Instant Pot hard boiled eggs AND make the perfect deviled eggs after they’re done! Have you attempted this yet?? Maybe not because you’re not sure how to make them without the eggs rolling around and breaking in the process. Well whether you want to make a few or more than a dozen we have the answer for you here! Special thanks goes out to Kitchen Deluxe for sponsoring this post so we can share our Instant Pot tips and tricks with you.
Deviled eggs are specific to everyone of course but this is the best way to make deviled eggs in my opinion:
- Make Instant Pot hard boiled eggs (directions below)
- Once done put in a bowl with cold water and some ice cubes
- Take shells off
- Slice in half and remove yolks
- Use a fork to smash yolks, or use food processor for smoother consistency
- Add in with yolks from 14 hard boiled eggs
- 3/4 c mayonnaise – not miracle whip and not light
- 3 tbsp mustard, more or less depending on preference, taste as you go
- 1/2 dill pickled diced fine, or use relish
- Spoon into a pint size freezer bag
- Put into fridge for 1-2 hours
- Cut tip off
- Squeeze into egg halves
- Sprinkle with dill, paprika, and diced chives
Here it is. We made 14 Instant Pot hard boiled eggs all at once in just 6 minutes yesterday and my kids were so excited!
Why is that….well they’re one of their favorite snacks, and they loved deviled eggs too!
Before finding this Instant Pot 2 tier egg rack steamer I could only make a few hard boiled eggs at a time. That was fine if I was just making a few for the girls after school, but if I wanted to make a lot of deviled eggs or make egg salad sandwiches for all of us one day I had to go thru the process twice.
Now I can hard boil eggs in bulk using my pressure cooker and I’m ready to create the most delicious appetizer ever!
If you have a large family and/or are cooking for the holidays and looking to make Instant Pot hard boiled eggs in bulk too here is what you need and how to make them.
- Instant Pot 2 tier egg rack steamer
- Up to 14 white eggs at a time (white peel much easier than brown)
If it’s Easter and you’re cooking hard boiled eggs in bulk and you want to dye them using Kool Aid here’s how you do that!
Watch a video showing you just how easy this is.
If you want to make the perfect Instant Pot deviled eggs these are my tips
- Use white eggs
- Once hard boiled put in a bowl with cold water and some ice cubes, then peel them
- Slice eggs in half and remove egg yolks
- Use a small food processor with yolks inside if you want a very smooth consistency
- Once your filling is made spoon it into a pastry bag or pint size freezer bag
- Leave your filling in the refrigerator for at least an hour before filling
- Add unique add ins such as
- Diced pickles (dill)
- Diced black olives
- Splash of Tobasco
- Dill spice
- 1/2 mayo and 1/2 cream cheese
- Spicy mustard
Looking for other great egg recipes?
- If you’re a huge hard boiled egg fan like we are you’ll love this egg salad recipe too!
- Our omelette in a mug is a quick breakfast idea you can pack with other goodies.
Here are the printable directions to make hard boiled eggs in your pressure cooker.
Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs
- 14 eggs white works best
- 1.5 c water
- Pour your water into the Instant Pot or pressure cooker.
- Place the bottom tier of your Kitchen Deluxe egg steamer rack into the pot and fill the slots with 1 egg each until full.
- Put the second tier on top until it is securely set on the sides.
- Fill that tier with eggs and close your lid and steam valve.
- Set Instant Pot to pressure, high, for 6 minutes.
- Do a quick release and carefully lift top tier out, then the bottom tier and put eggs in a bowl with COLD water. They will only take a few min. to cool down.
- If you want to cool them faster and have the shells REALLY easy to come off put ice cubes in the cold water with your eggs. Then easily peel them and follow instructions below to make deviled eggs.
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