And if it wasn't for Pinterest, I'd never have discovered instructions on how to make these beautiful marbled eggs.
This seemed like a perfect way to color all the brown eggs we have.
There's no doubt these would brighten up any brunch. But I decided to use the technique for our Easter deviled eggs.
Here's a step by step:
First boil and cool the eggs. I started these in cold water. [We bought a half dozen white eggs for the kids to more traditionally dye too.]
Crack each egg on all sides, place in a small snack bag and cover with drops of food coloring. This only took about 3-6 drops per egg for me, depending on the color I was going for. If I was making a larger batch, I would put same colored eggs in the same bag.
If you get touchy with your food during prep, wear gloves or your fingers will look like this.
Wait about 30 minutes, then rinse with white vinegar to set the color.
Peel the eggs and prepare to be delighted by the results.
Next, slice these beauties and let a child mix up the filling.
Fill em up.