6-Minute Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs

6-Minute Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs

These 6-minute hard boiled eggs are by far the fastest and easiest to make + peel that I have ever made ??

What you’ll need:

  • Desired number of eggs (I did 6)
  • 1 cup of water
  • Bowl of ice water for after
  • Steamer basket for Instant Pot (yours should have come with one)


  1. Place steamer basket in Instant Pot + add 1 cup of water.
  2. Place desired number of eggs in pot
  3. Close lid and ensure it is on “SEALING.”
  4. Manual pressure cook for 6 minutes (it will first take a few minutes for it to come to pressure, once it does your timer will reappear and begin counting down).
  5. One the 6 minute timer goes off, use a towel or pair of tongs to move the pressure nob from “SEALING” to “VENTING.” Immediately move your hand away as the pressure will begin to release.
  6. Once all pressure is released, about 1 minute, use tongs or a slotted spoon to move all eggs over to a bowl of ice water to stop the cooking process.
  7. Click cancel on Instant Pot to turn off the warming setting.
  8. Let eggs chill until you peel them. Store in an air tight container in the fridge for up to one week!

I’ll be enjoying my eggs plain as well as on salads + toast all week long ?? What’s your favorite way to eat hard boiled eggs?

PS–sharing my favorite tip for peeling hard boiled eggs over on my Instagram, be sure to follow me there for daily eats!

That’s all for now, XO.

BLW Banana “French Toast”

BLW Banana “French Toast”

Charlotte is almost 10 months old with just 2 little teeth popped through the surface. We started her with purées around 5 months and started transitioning her to table food around 8 months! BLW (baby led weaning) can be a bit scary–especially for a first time mama but do your research and I think you’ll find it’s actually fun! I didn’t mind making Char’s purées because I love cooking but the convenience of finger foods is great! Obviously consult your pediatrician before deciding between purées and BLW to find what’s best for you!

My favorite resource: @feedinglittles

BLW Banana “French Toast” Recipe:

Prep time: 5 minutes

Cook time: 8-10 minutes


1 Ripe Banana

50 mL Almond Milk




You can store the remainder in an air right container in the fridge for up to a week, if they even last that long!

Not only are these great for baby, but for mama too ?? Let me know if you guys try them!

I hope everyone had an amazing Christmas! We are looking forward to 2019 in our house as we have so many great opportunities coming up. But as we look ahead into new possibilities, don’t forget to reflect on all the blessings of 2018 ?? God is so good, y’all and it’s always so fun to look back and realize why things happened the way they did, even if we didn’t understand it in the moment.