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How to dye Easter Eggs with Whipped Cream

A tray with colorful Easter Eggs

Easter is on its way, and this year, I wanted to try a new alternative to dying the Easter Eggs that would be fun for kids, too. I have read about how to dye the Easter Eggs with Whipped Cream, and I wanted to give it a try. This could be an easy and fun family activity, and it only requires boiled eggs, whipped cream, food coloring, and a muffin tin. Ready to get creative? Keep reading to find out how to decorate the Easter Eggs the easiest way!

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What you will need:

1. Hard-boiled eggs

2. Whipped cream

3. Food coloring (gel is the best)

4. A muffin tin (or any other container)

How to dye the Easter Eggs with whipped cream:

1. Boil the eggs first.

2. Soak the hard-boiled eggs in vinegar for at least 2 minutes. The vinegar will help the colors adhere to the eggs. Pat the eggs dry.

3. In the muffin tin, add whipped cream and drops of food coloring. Swirl the colors using a toothpick.

4. Roll the eggs in the whipped cream mixture to create different color combinations.

5. Put the muffin tin with the eggs in the fridge for 2-3 hours, and then gently wash the whipped cream away with warm water.

Easter Eggs

Let me know how they turned out in the comment section below!

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