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  • Beth Jones

    molded hard boiled eggs! by AnnaTheRed, via Flickr and other Bento ideas

  • Food Author

    How to mold a hard boiled egg into different shapes . This kind of inexplicably grosses me out. I know they'd taste the same, it just seems.... strange? Am I alone in this? I posted it in "recipes" because I didn't want to make a board just for "things that gross me out." hehe. #Egg #Breakfast

  • Melhanie

    DIY hard boiled egg molds. (Looking at the directions here, it seems sushi rice molds should work well, too.)

  • Melissa Horton

    Molded eggs.... pretty neat!

  • Pamela B

    Easy to Make Sphere, Pyramid, & Square shaped hard boiled eggs! by AnnaTheRed, via Flickr For Heart Shaped Egg see: http://www.annathered.com/2010/09/29/how-to-make-a-heart-shaped-egg/

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