What You’ll Need:
- 1 8oz container cool whip per 1 dozen eggs
- Hard boiled eggs
- Food coloring of choice*
- Container(s) for cool whip**
- Something to stir the cool whip & dye together.
- The food coloring can stain so if you want to avoid that, you’ll need gloves
- Paper towels or a few towels you don’t mind possibly getting stained.
*I used gel food but powder & liquid food coloring works just as well.
** Casserole dishes or aluminum pans work great!
- Add cool whip to containers of choice ( if you’re planning on doing individual colors you’ll want a few small containers but if you’re planning on tie-dying the eggs then I recommend the casserole dishes.
- Add food coloring to your cool whip & mix with a knife or skewer to leave a swirl design.
- Roll your eggs into the cool whip and let sit for 10 minutes.
- Gently wipe & dab the cool whip off the eggs. If this is too messy you can fill a medium sized bowl with cool water and dip the eggs in the water to rinse, then set aside to dry.
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