Easter Eggs - Coloring Basics

Easter Eggs - Coloring Basics

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RECIPE TIPS:
  
For hard boiled eggs: Fresh eggs are hard to peel. Buy eggs a week before you plan to use them. This gives them a chance to age a little in the refrigerator.

To boil: Place in a pan and cover with 1 inch of water. Bring water to a rapid boil. Remove from heat and leave covered for 15 minutes. Rinse in cold water or place eggs in a bowl of ice water.

INGREDIENTS

Hard-boiled eggs (or eggs with the contents removed using an egg-blowing tool)
LorAnn liquid or gel food coloring (any color)
White vinegar
Hot water

DIRECTIONS

Egg Dye Instructions:
Use a tea cup, or small bowl for each color. In each cup, mix 1 tablespoon of white vinegar with several drops of liquid (the more color added, the darker the shade) or gel food color (use a toothpick to dispense the gel color). Add 1 cup hot water to each cup.
Using one egg per cup, completely immerse in dye. Remove when desired hue is achieved. Decorate with glue & glitter or craft items, if desired.

Easter Eggs - Coloring Basics


Easter Eggs - Coloring Basics
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Make your Easter Egg Hunt extra special with some expertly colored eggs!
Ingredients
  • Hard-boiled eggs (or eggs with the contents removed using an egg-blowing tool)
  • LorAnn liquid or gel food coloring (any color)
  • White vinegar
  • Hot water
Use a tea cup, or small bowl for each color. In each cup, mix 1 tablespoon of white vinegar with several drops of liquid (the more color added, the darker the shade) or gel food color (use a toothpick to dispense the gel color). Add 1 cup hot water to each cup.Using one egg per cup, completely immerse in dye. Remove when desired hue is achieved. Decorate with glue & glitter or craft items, if desired.
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