Do you get bored with doing the same method for dying Easter eggs every year? I found a neat way to dye eggs that the kids love!
What you’ll need:
- Eggs (hard boiled)
- White vinegar
- Baking Sheet
- Cool Whip
- Food coloring
- Paper towels
- Spatula or knife
Start with putting your eggs in a bowl big enough to coat with vinegar. Let the eggs sit in the vinegar for 5 minutes then pat them dry with paper towels.
Next, grab your baking sheet and put a layer of cool whip on your pan and spread it around with your spatula or knife. Add drops of food coloring on your pan and use your toothpick to blend the colors together giving them a good swirl. 🙂
Grab your eggs and roll them across the pan until your egg is coated pretty well with the cool whip concoction. Put your eggs back in the bowl and let them set for 20 minutes.
Once your 20 minutes is up, rinse off your eggs and pat dry and voila, pretty marble looking Easter eggs! My girls enjoyed rolling them in the cool whip and having fun with it. When you’re done, you could even add stickers or anything else you want. Just thought this was different and fun to try and it turned out cute! Next up, Easter egg hunt! 😉
I hope everyone has a fun filled Easter!