While Pinterest has a lot of good ideas, I have found that a few claims I've tested have fallen flat. You know that pin that says that putting baking soda and a bandaid on a splinter will pull it out? Yeah, Pinterest lied. I tried that and it did not work at.all.
But since I'm weird and love eating boiled eggs whites I figured I'd give this a go.
To bake "boiled" eggs you simply place the eggs directly on the wrack of an oven heated to 325 and bake for 25-30 minutes. Then you plunge them in a bowl of ice water for 5 minutes before peeling them.
Don't worry if your eggs end up with little brown spots. The eggs
sweat and then the condensation browns.
While I will have to say that my eggs turned out great (they were perfectly cooked and peeled very easily), I don't think it would be worth the extra effort unless you had a lot of eggs you were wanting to cook. For me, it seems easier to use my trusty method of putting eggs in a bowl of room temp water, gently bringing the water to a boil and then turning it off and leaving the eggs to sit in the water for 12-15 minutes before plunging them in ice water and peeling.
If you're going to bake the eggs I would suggest placing them in muffin tins because I got very small light brown marks where the eggs had been laying on the wrack. That should take care of the problem.
Have you ever tried baking eggs instead of boiling them? I'm interested to see how this turned out for others...