I colored some Easter eggs with natural ingredients as dyes.
I think they turned out okay, although I did expect the colors to be brighter.
Looking at some other website's experiences, I think it was just me.
Next time I think I will try blueberries and red chili powder to give a more bold color to them.
Just add your desired color ingredient in with the boiled eggs and boil for an additional 30+ minutes.
I soaked all of mine for quite a bit longer to try to absorb more color. Some over night even.
The dye that worked the best I think was the Coffee:
Here's lot's more information on natural egg colorings:
What ways do you color Easter eggs?
Do you have any special plans for next Sunday, any treats you're making?
|Mr. Floydy definitely does not care for Easter eggs of any color!|
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