Coloring Easter Eggs has never been easier! For these Easy Dyed Easter Eggs you only need two ingredients, shaving cream and food coloring!
Now that Easter is only a few days away, I wanted to share my favorite way to dye eggs! These Easy Dyed Easter Eggs are seriously so simple, and the kids will love helping and seeing the vibrant colors (that’s my favorite part too)! Big shout out to Lava Soap for sponsoring this post, all opinion as always, are my own.
How pretty are these Easy Dyed Easter Eggs?!?! All you need is gel food coloring and shaving cream (can also use cool whip!). I will say, if you are planning to eat these hard boiled eggs, I recommend using cool whip instead of shaving cream. You want to make sure that you aren’t accidentally consuming the chemicals from the shaving cream. First off, if you use a muffin tin, it makes this REALLY easy! Load up each hole with shaving cream. Add a few drops of gel food coloring I like this one!) to each hole. I did 2 colors in each one. Then, using a toothpick, lightly swirl the color around. You don’t want to mix it up too much otherwise you won’t have a big color contrast on your eggs!
Next up, toss in your hard boiled eggs and lightly press down!
Leave the eggs here for about 10 minutes and then flip them over! Don’t worry if your hands get dirty, I have a secret weapon to remove the dye off your hands!
Get out some trusty LAVA SOAP and lather up your hands! The awesome pumice in Lava Soap takes the dye off your hands in seconds. I like how soft it leaves my hands too, like I just exfoliated! Love it! Lava Soap really gets EVERYTHING off your hands. You don’t have to worry about your fingers being crazy colors forever! I like to order my soap off Amazon, but they sell it in stores as well.
You can even use Lava Soap outside of the kitchen; it’s great for getting grime, grease, paint, ink, glue and much more off your hands. We keep them all around our house, but especially in the kitchen and in our mud room where I wash my hands after doing dirty work around the house and garage. I love it!
Once your eggs have sat on the opposite side for 10 more minutes, you can gently remove them from the muffin tin holes and run them quickly under cool water. Set them on a paper towel or a kitchen towel to dry. I plan on hiding the eggs for my kids on Easter morning. What will you do with your Easy Dyed Easter Eggs?
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