Contrary to popular belief, soft-boiled eggs can be eaten by toddlers. However, they should not be given to toddlers who are at the age of 6 or under.
The Pros & Cons of Cooking Hardboiled and Softboiled Eggs.
Hardboiled and softboiled eggs are two different cooking methods for eggs. Hardboiled eggs are cooked in boiling water for a certain amount of time, while softboiled eggs are cooked in simmering water.
The Pros: Hardboiled eggs can be stored for up to 2 weeks, while softboiled eggs only last 1 week.
The Cons: Hardboiled eggs can be difficult to peel, while softboiled eggs have a smoother texture.