Hard boiled eggs on a cutting board
The Spoon Hack To Peel Freshly Boiled Eggs And Leave No Shell Pieces Behind
By using a spoon to peel hard-boiled eggs, you can wield more control as you peel. The spoon's smooth metal is delicate against the cooked egg white, resulting in fewer rips.
To do so, take a cooled hard-boiled egg and tap it gently on the counter to begin cracking it. Then, remove a small section of the shell to make room for the spoon.
With the tip of the spoon under the shell, slowly slide the spoon so the rounded part of the spoon aligns with the rounded part of the egg. This should smoothly separate the shell.