"For how long can I keep in my refrigerator a hard boiled egg?"
What a great question, we get this one a lot!
We recommend that you consume your hard boiled eggs within one week of cooking them (keeping them refrigerated, of course).
Here are some recommended storage times to take into consideration however you choose to enjoy your eggs:
- Fresh shell eggs: Use by "best before" date
- Leftover whites/yolks: Use within 2-4 days
- Hard-cooked eggs: Use within 1 week
- Prepared egg dishes: Use within 3-4 days
- Pickled eggs: Use within 1 month
- Frozen eggs: Use within 4 months
Do I need to refrigerate store brought eggs?
How much protein in one egg?
Can I feed my dog grocery store bought egg shells? Since farm fresh eggs are the same as store bought eggs. If yes, what are the things I have to keep in mind? Any brand recommendations?
Can I freeze eggs?
Can you leave eggs out overnight if the recipe calls for room temperature and you're going to make it in the morning
How long can farm fresh eggs be unrefrigerated?
Do I have to was my eggs to sell them from my farm?
How long before expiration date?
How to steam eggs?
Are Ontario eggs pasteurized?
For how long can I keep in my refrigerator a hard boiled egg?
Is the date stamped on my egg carton a "best before" or an "expiry" date? Can I still use eggs for baking past a best before date??