Everything You Need to Know to Get Naturally Pastel-Dyed Easter Eggs – Bellabeat

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Everything You Need to Know to Get Naturally Pastel-Dyed Easter Eggs

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It’s that time of the year again! Whether you’re looking to have some Easter fun with the kids, or simply love doing creative experiments, we’ve got just what you’re looking for. In preparation for this Easter, we have collected some of the best recipes for beautiful, unique, naturally dyed Easter eggs. Let’s get started!

What you’ll need:

    1. A bowl (container) and a spoon for each color you choose
    2. Water and a boiling pot
    3. Vinegar
    4. White eggs*

      *If you don’t have white eggs, boil them in water and vinegar (50:50 ratio) for 10 minutes, then wash them in clean water -- this will whiten them.



      Steps:
  1. Prepare the food ingredients: peel if necessary and cut it up.
  2. Boil the eggs
  3. Heat up the water until it boils, and add the food ingredient.
  4. Boil the food ingredients for 5 to 10 minutes, until you can see the water becoming the desired color.
  5. Pour 7 oz (2 dcl) of the boiled, colored water into a separate container.
  6. Add 2 tbsp vinegar to the container.
  7. Place the eggs inside the container and let sit for the time indicated under the pictures below.

    Dyes
  1. Pink natural dye


Food ingredients: Beet juice

Time: 30 minutes


  1. Brown natural dye


Food ingredients: red onion; coffee

Time: 30 minutes; 2 hours



  1. Yellow natural dye


Food ingredients: Turmeric

Time: 30mins



  1. Blue natural dye


Food ingredients: red cabbage; blueberries

Time: 1 hour; 2 hours



  1. Orange natural dye



    Food ingredients: yellow onion, chilli pepper

Time: 1 hour; 2 hours



  1. Green natural dye



    Food ingredients: spinach

Time: 1 hour (2 hours to get a stronger green)



We hope you’ll enjoy experimenting with your Easter eggs as much as we did, and we’re sure that the unique results you get will be a great reward. The best part of coloring your Easter eggs naturally is that you can eat them afterwards -- so there is no need for any food waste.



If you try our recipes, we’d love to see how it turns out! Share your results with us on Instagram & don’t forget to tag #bellabeat! :)

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