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I love all of the clever and unique ideas for dyeing Easter Eggs. Dyeing Easter Eggs with Whipped Cream is right up there in my top three most fun and creative ways to Dye Easter Eggs. Using a muffin tin instead of a baking dish lets the kids come up with several different and colorful Easter Egg designs. Come on in and I’ll share how fun it is to Dye Easter Eggs with Whipped Cream using Muffin Tins…

Dye Easter Eggs with Whipped Cream

Dye Eggs with Whipped Cream

Each color combination and the way the egg spins in the whipped cream creates a different swirled Easter Egg.

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Here’s a quick video to show you how we Dyed Eggs with Whipped Cream using a Muffin Tin…

whipped cream dyed Easter Eggs

Our favorite colors were blue and yellow eggs.

Easter Eggs dyed with whipped cream

I’m sure you’ll come up with your own favorite combinations. 

dye Easter eggs with whipped cream

 

You’ll also find combinations that aren’t so pretty. We tried green and red. That egg turned brown. 

how to dye Easter eggs with whipped cream

 Whatever you come up with, I know you’ll have fun making Easter Eggs with Whipped Cream.

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Here’s What You’ll Need to Dye Easter Eggs with Whipped Cream…

yield – 1 dozen or more Easter Eggs

(This will fill a 6 cup muffin tin)

  • White Vinegar (about 32 oz.) 
  • 1 Large bowl
  • 8 oz. tub of frozen whipped cream – thawed 
  • Food coloring – I used gel food coloring. I think it helps control the amount a little better than the liquid. One or two drops per muffin cup should do. 
  • Spoon
  • Toothpicks – 1 per muffin cup
  • *optional disposable gloves
  • 1 dozen hard boiled eggs 
  • paper towels
  • sink

Instructions on how to dye Easter Eggs with whipped cream…

how to dye Easter eggs with whipped cream

  • soak the hard-boiled eggs in vinegar while you prepare the dye 

dye Easter Eggs with whipped cream

  • grab your muffin tins and add a heaping spoonful of whipped cream to each cavity – 1 8 oz. tub of whipped cream should fill 1 (6 cups) muffin tin

dye Easter Eggs with whipped cream

  • Choose one or more colors of your food coloring for each whipped cream mound and squirt a tiny amount onto the top 
  • Use a toothpick to swirl or go back and forth over the colors – slightly blending them

  • dry the eggs with a paper towel

dye Easter Eggs with whipped cream

  • put your gloves on if you want to keep your hands free of dye
  • choose one of your colored whipped cream cups and push the egg into the colorful whipped cream
  • turn the egg so all of it has been covered with a mixture of whipped cream and color

dye Easter Eggs with whipped cream

  • set your swirled eggs onto a platter or a sheet of wax paper 
  • let them soak up the color for at least 15 minutes – the longer the better
  • Repeat with the rest of your eggs
  • *you can use the same muffin cavity more than once. You’ll find that you’ll end up with a different design each time you swirl your eggs in the same muffin cup of colored whipped cream

dye Easter Eggs with whipped cream

  • when you are ready to – go over to the sink and rinse your eggs to see your beautiful design

dye Easter Eggs with whipped cream

  • Place them on a piece of paper towel to dry

dye Easter Eggs with whipped cream

That’s it! ~ Happy Easter! 

~Melissa – Kid Friendly Things To Do 

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Your list of needed items does not include any dye or coloring.

    • Oh my goodness. Thank you, Nancy! Yes, food coloring is essential for this activity. I don’t know what is wrong with me? LOL! I will go and fix this right away.

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