Cool Whip Easter Eggs

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!

Directions:

  1. 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.
  2. Add food coloring to your cool whip & mix with a knife or skewer to leave a swirl design.
  3. Roll your eggs into the cool whip and let sit for 10 minutes.
  4. 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.
Eggs in Dye Before It was Swirled
Swirled for Tie Dye Effect
Another Color Combination We Tried- Yellow Doesn’t Show Up As Well if You Choose to Rinse the Eggs

The Finished Product!

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