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How to Use Kool-Aid to Color Easter Eggs

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This is actually I post a wrote a couple years ago on how to color Easter eggs with Kool-Aid.  I like to try different ways to color the eggs. These turned out pretty good. I haven’t decided on how we will be coloring them this year so stay tuned. 🙂
My grandkids all stayed over for the night so we decided to color Easter eggs. A couple years ago we colored our eggs using different vegetables. It was fun but the kids thought the color was bland.
Place eggs in a large saucepan. Add water to cover the eggs.Bring to a boil.Cover, turn off heat and leave for 20 minutes. Remove from heat and run cold water over then. I add ice to cool them quick.Let dry.  Fill 6 cups with 2/3 cup cool water.Add Kool-Aid. Mix well. Dip eggs into colors.The longer you leave the eggs in the darker the color will be. Remove eggs and place on a paper towel to dry.Refrigerate after coloring. You may want to keep them in a closed container because they sure are fruity smelling. 🙂   I would do this again next year. Maybe mix the colors to make different shades. The kids had so much fun.

                                             

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10 thoughts on “How to Use Kool-Aid to Color Easter Eggs”

  1. Jen says:

    I love it! Wasn’t the smell so much better than vinegar? They all look like they had so much fun!

  2. Grandma Kc says:

    Those faces tell the story — they are having so much fun! Love the art work on the refrigerator. Looks just like our house.

  3. Carol Covin says:

    Love this idea! So simple and inexpensive!

  4. Katherines Corner says:

    yea!! that is a fun way to color eggs! Thank you for sharing your lovely blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

  5. Kelly Wells {Adorned Well} says:

    What a cute idea! Thank you for sharing your recipe on Foodie Friends Friday Linky Party. Hope you come back and party with us again next week!

    Kelly {Adorned Well}
    co-host of Foodie Friends Friday Linky Party

  6. Savannah says:

    I’ve heard of this but never done it. Now I think I will. Would you consider sharing this with my readers by adding it to my month long link up, Look What We Did? -Savannah http://www.hammocktracks.com/buttons/

  7. Hannah says:

    Fantastic idea! Thanks for posting 🙂 Pinning to my Easter Treats board now, and for sure will be trying this out this week!

    Hannah ♫
    Sew Lah Tea Dough

  8. Savannah says:

    I want to thank you again for linking this to Look What We Did. I have featured it in my homeschool post, today.

  9. Connie says:

    It looks like you did have fun! I saw that on Pinterest. I didn’t have the time or the nerve to try it though. My little ones are still little enough to be huge mess makers and cool aid, as we can see, really stains! Thanks for sharing and linking up your fun time 🙂

    1. Diane says:

      We all know that Kool-Aid stains and it also smells sweet so makle sure you contain the eggs while refrigerated or everything will have a fruity taste lol 🙂 Happy Easter!

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