Here's a fun twist on dyeing Easter eggs this year! Grab a tub of cool whip and food coloring for an experience! I have also posted my shaving cream easter eggs but this makes it safer and edible.
I found using the neon food coloring makes it more vibrant and colorful!
- Cool Whip
- Neon Food Dye
- Hard Boiled Eggs
- Vinegar (optional)
If using vinegar (brighter colors on eggs) soak your eggs in the vinegar for about 2 minutes. Be careful not to forget them.
Spread your cool whip out about an inch thick onto a baking sheet or platter. Drop dots of the food coloring all over the cool whip and use a spoon to gently swirl the color. Do not mix the color too much. Coat the eggs in the mixture and place them in the fridge for 30 minutes. I just left mine on the platter. Rinse and dry them off, and they are done!
A wonderful food safe and fun way to dye eggs.