Making hard boiled eggs will never be the same; no worry about whether they’re simmering or boiling over, no heating up the kitchen, no worry about the cook time. Just set the rack in your air fryer and take the eggs directly from the fridge. 


  • 10 large eggs
  • Wire rack


  1. Place the wire rack inside the Kalorik Air Fryer basket and preheat the air fryer to 250°F.

  2. While the air fryer is preheating, prepare a large bowl of ice water.

  3. Once the air fryer has preheated, remove the eggs from the refrigerator and place them on the wire rack in the air fryer basket.

  4. Set the timer for 20 minutes.

  5. After the timer goes off, carefully remove the eggs from the air fryer basket and place them in the bowl of ice water. Let them cool for 5-10 minutes.

  6. Once the eggs have cooled, gently tap them on a hard surface to crack the shells. Roll them between your hands to loosen the shell, then peel the eggs and enjoy!

Note: The cook time may vary depending on the size and freshness of the eggs, so adjust the cook time as needed. Also, it's important to use a wire rack in the air fryer to ensure that the eggs are evenly cooked and don't roll around during the cooking process.

10 - Servings


  • Sue K

    This should be in the manual? Just what does the user do to set up “preheat” for eggs and other foods that are to be cooked in a preheated airfryer first. Trying to do hard boiled eggs. . .

  • Sue

    Great for doing Easter Eggs. I just put them in the wire each and they were fine. No more boiling eggs for Easter. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Darlene Good

    Can I put 2 dozen eggs in my basket at one time and cook and if so how long

  • Tom

    This looks like a recipe for an air fryer OVEN but I decided to try it in my dual-basket 10 litre air fryer. I used only four eggs (in case it was a disaster) but it WASN’T! The eggs were PERFECT! And after about 5/10 minutes in an ice-water bath, they peeled perfectly ! I won’t be boiling in water again.

  • Kristi

    Hello, I am a newbie. Do you put the eggs on regular bake setting or air fry setting? Does it matter where you place the air fry rack within the unit?