Kool Aid Dyed Easter Eggs
Looking for a fun, simple way to make dyed Easter eggs? Just use Kool Aid.
This is not a joke. Honestly, this is a great way to have fun with your children while preparing to celebrate Easter with your family. You can even let kids mix their own Kool Aid powders to create new colors. The results are stunning and so original!
How to make Kool Aid Dyed Easter Eggs
- Boiled Eggs; make them the day or night before and refrigerate them to save time.
- Red Kool Aid in a packet (Cherry or Fruit Punch)
- Yellow Kool Aid in a packet
- Blue Kool Aid in a packet
- Purple Kool Aid in a packet
- Pink Kool Aid in a packet
- Bring two cups of water to a boil for each color.
- Place Kool Aid powders into jars. To create different colors: Orange – use 1 packet of yellow and a tiny sprinkle of red; Green – use 1 packet of yellow and a tiny sprinkle of blue.
- Pour 2 cups of water into each jar and stir to dissolve the Kool Aid.
- Carefully place eggs into the dye. Allow to rest at room temperature until the color has attached to the eggs.
- Remove the eggs from the dye and place on a wire cooling rack until completely dry. Avoid touching the wet eggs until they are dry so the color remains attached to the eggs.
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