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Cool Whip Easter Eggs

How to Make Cool Whip Easter Eggs.

Looking for a fresh creative approach to dye eggs with the kids this year? Try out Cool Whip Easter Eggs for a fun and easy way to create special family memories during the Easter season. My children enjoyed discovering the unique tie-dye color combinations that each color produced.

colorful Easter eggs in a tray

Cool Whip Easter Eggs are a fun and creative twist on the traditional method of dyeing Easter eggs. To create these colorful masterpieces, simply spread a layer of Cool Whip in a muffin tin, add drops of food coloring in various spots, and swirl the colors together with a toothpick or spoon. Then, gently roll your hard-boiled eggs in the mixture, ensuring they are fully coated. Let the eggs sit in the Cool Whip for about 20-30 minutes before gently rinsing them off to reveal beautifully marbled designs.

Supplies:

  • hard-boiled eggs
  • muffin tin or cups
  • food coloring
  • whipped topping
  • spoons
  • vinegar

Instructions:

Boil eggs 🥚

Place eggs in a bowl and cover them in vinegar. Allow them to soak for 5 minutes after cooking.

Put Cool Whip or Whip Cream into a muffin tin. I like to use a muffin tin but cups work too.

Kids scooping cool whip into muffin tin.

Squeeze food coloring into cool whip & stir gently. Don’t mix too much.

kids putting food coloring into cool whip in the muffin tins.

Drop in eggs & cover with cool whip.

kids rolling hard-boiled eggs in cool whip

Allow the eggs to sit for 20-30 minutes, or even longer for like 45 minutes for more vibrant colors. Remember, the longer, the better!

Rinse in water & air dry.

Easter egg being rinsed off

This unique activity is sure to delight children and adults alike and is a perfect way to add a touch of whimsy to your Easter celebrations. Enjoy the process and the beautiful results as you create cherished memories with your loved ones this Easter season.

white bowl of colorful Easter eggs

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Here’s another creative method to decorate Easter eggs.

Temporary Tattoo Easter Eggs

XO, kRISTEN

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