I've hot and cold smoked eggs.
In December they get cold smoked with my cheeses but in the summer they get hot smoked ...They get done so quickly I never noticed much difference.
I've also cut them in half or not...Cut in half gives you more surface area for smoke to penetrate but they're pretty darn good left whole and just tossing on the smoker.
This is a shot of one of four dozen I smoked for Christmas dinner and gifts...
As Mr T said instead of waiting for your smoker to "come up to temp" put the eggs on as soon as you get good smoke for about 20 minutes
The ones in the picture were done with smoker temps of around 170°F for 20 minutes...yummy.
And eggs are cheap, cut some in half and remove the yolks, cut some and don't remove the yolks and throw a couple on whole to see which you like best...
And smoked pickled eggs are a favorite around my house.
Tons of great simple diy recipes for pickling eggs on the web...Pick a recipe that sounds good and give it a whirl.
Smoked, pickled deviled eggs were a HUGE hit at last fall at our family reunion...4 dozen gone in minutes...Lol...
Let us know how they turn out.