How to make baked eggs in an air fryer
- Preheat air fryer to 340F
- When ready, set temperature to 340F
- Liberally spray in the interior of a ramekin with cooking spray
- Crack egg into ramekin
- Gently place ramekin into air fryer
- Cook at 340F for 5 minutes
We used the COSORI to air fry this (affiliate link, we get a fee), always check your food with a good kitchen thermometer.
Call this what you want: baked eggs, shirred eggs, easy over eggs; whatever you want to call it, the result is the same. Delicately cooked creamy eggs with a soft runny yolk.
It’s easy to get a little intimidated by the notion of eggs in the air fryer, don’t! This is super simple and has great results. Just be sure to use a good fat free cooking spray. Avoid butter, it will burn.
If you don’t already have a set of ramekins in the house, this dish alone is worth the minimal investment. You can but them here on Amazon for less than $15 for a set of 6 (affiliate link).
As I say, this recipe alone is worth the minor cost as the resulting eggs are beautifully creamy, almost like a poached egg. Hey, why don’t we call these air poached eggs! 🙂
Anyway, the ramekin creates there perfect molded shape for a range of dishes, everything from breakfast sandwiches to the perfect burger!
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Unfortunately this recipe does not cook in the time given. We did 6 eggs in individual ramekins and they ended up taking 15 min to cook. Maybe because I didnt do just one egg.
Every Air Fryer is different. At least you know what works for yours.
That’s correct Dave. These recipes are ideally intended for Cosori air fryers, but most similar styled devices should be roughly similar; so hopefully these guides serve as a useful jumping off point for other people and their fryers. We also ask for people to post in the comments if they find their model/method deviates too much.
Wow! This is the first air fryer egg recipe that turned out perfectly. I was so excited to slice into it and see the yolk run. Thank you!
That’s fabulous to hear it worked out great 🙂
My air fryer takes a bit longer, too, but nonetheless comes out great! Love using it to make hard “boiled” eggs.
Thanks for the feedback Loretta, for sure every fryer is that little bit different.
Why do some say add 2 tble of water to ramekin in preheat before adding egg for poached eggs