One of the most memorable things to do at Easter is to color Easter eggs. Maybe you default to the PAAS color tablets or another favorite go-to. Last year I came across an article that offered a messier way to dye eggs. It looked like fun so we gave it a try. This is what we found.
The premise is to create what looks like tie dye eggs. While the eggs are boiling, take out a cookie sheet and put a layer of Cool Whip on the bottom. Then take some food coloring and sporadically squeeze drops of different colored food coloring over the Cool Whip. It should like a bunch of multi-colored polka dots.
Then you can take a toothpick, knife, or something else similar and start to swirl around the dots. Make sure not to mix the color in. You are going for a lots of swirls look.
When the eggs are just about cold, roll them around the Cool Whip creation. Then let the eggs sit there for 15-60 minutes. While the eggs are taking a dye bath you can talk a walk or bake some Easter goodies.
Our eggs last year turned out to be a pretty pastel groovy color. It was a fun way to do something different. Take pictures of your best Cool Whip egg and send them to us! #Easterangeleggs
#Easter #Jesus #eggs #color #coolwhip #memorable #tradition #fun #Eastereggs #angels #whereisyourangel