I don't think they would be too great if you froze them. They should last several days in the fridge though.
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If you like to make hard boiled eggs a bunch at a time then pickling may be an option for you. I like pickled eggs and I believe they last longer once pickled. I buy pickled beets and do not throw away the pickling juice. I then use it for eggs once then discard it. Just a thought. Pickled eggs are not for everyone.
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Freezing hard boiled eggs is not a good idea. I think the yolks are OK , but the whites turn rubbery and just plain icky!
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According to that link, freezing hard boiled eggs would make them tough and watery.
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