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Coloring Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid

Coloring Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid

Easter is almost here!

Eggs need to be colored, and the kids love to help.

Every year since the kids were born, I would help out the Easter Bunny by coloring the eggs the day before. You know the process, the kids are in bed or at school and out come the kits for dying the eggs. Create pretty little eggs by placing them in the dye. Add designs using white or colored crayons. Maybe some stickers or glitter depending on the year and amount of motivation I had.

As the kids got older, we decided that they could help the Easter Bunny by coloring the eggs themselves. That way the bunny wouldn’t have to carry all those eggs everywhere. Even now that the kids are old enough to not worry on the Easter Bunny, the egg coloring is still a fun tradition that we enjoy.

Directions for Coloring Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid

The process of coloring Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid is super simple. Begin the process by steaming your eggs. I like to steam the eggs versus boiling them as I find the shells are much easier to remove this way. Directions for perfectly steamed “boiled eggs” can be found here: Steamed Eggs

  1. Pick Kool-Aid packages by the colors you wish to achieve
  2. Set out as many small glasses as there are Kool-Aid packages
  3. Pour Kool-Aid packages into glasses
  4. Add 2/3 cup water to each glass
  5. Stir mixture until dissolved
  6. Place boiled egg into glass until colored as desired
  7. Remove from dye and allow it to dry

That’s it. The eggs come out beautifully colored and smelling lovely. The kids really enjoyed making these eggs and had fun being a bigger part of the Easter fun.

Coloring Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid

Coloring Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid

The kids turned out to be great helpers, creating fun eggs. Happy Easter Everyone!

Coloring Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid


Word of the day

Sunday~ Easter

Monday~ Hope

Tuesday~ Saved

Wednesday~ Family

Thursday~ Love

Friday~ Eggs

Saturday~ Blessings

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