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Tie-Dyed Easter Eggs: Place hard-boiled eggs in a colander in the kitchen sink, splash with vinegar. Drip yellow food coloring on the eggs. Agitate the colander for a few seconds to let the color spread. Let the color set for 30 seconds. Repeat steps 2 and 3 with up to two shades (any more and your colors may get muddy), allowing each to set for 30 seconds. After the last color has set, give them a light rinse with water and let them drain for a minute or two. Air-dry them on paper towels.

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Baked Eggs in Bread Bowls

Baked Eggs in Bread Bowls, Great Sunday Morning Recipe! This is also perfect for Easter brunch and Mother's Day from


Make natural dyes for your Easter eggs from your garden fodder and edibles: The Pecks

DIY :: Make beautiful stenciled Easter eggs using plants from your garden and natural dyes made from cabbage, beets, onion skins, ground coffee and turmeric. ( )

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Whole Egg, Bacon and Avocado Breakfast Quesadillas - breakfast just got a whole lot more interesting! Love cutting into the quesadilla and discovering the whole egg inside!