No fab Five post for today because Easter Fest continues on through next week! Bring on the eggs. One Easter tradition at our house usually includes dyeing the shell of hard boiled eggs, but why not dye the eggs out of their shell this year? It can be done and is a fun way to include deviled eggs, another Easter tradition, on your Easter menu. Make Easter deviled eggs.
I just used regular old food coloring from the grocery store baking isle. I did however select to use the neon variety. You just remove the shell from your hard boiled egg, cut each egg in half, and remove the yolk and reserve for later. Then you dye the whites of the eggs just like you would when you dye and egg with it’s shell on.
Some colors take longer than others to achieve the level of darkness that you want. I used pink, purple, and turquoise. The turquoise took the least amount of time to get the intensity that I wanted. Both the pink and purple took some time. I found this to be a fun way to dye eggs and bring some color to your Easter dinner.Print
Adapted from Foodjimoto.