Make Your Easter Eggs 100% Edible With This Natural Dyeing Technique

Let’s face it, dying eggs for Easter, although funny and entertaining task, can also be messy, and it’s not exactly the type of mess you enjoy getting the kids involved on. But not just because of the mess. Dying eggs with chemically produced colors is not beneficial to anyone’s health, let alone to children’s’ health.

Easter eggs basket

This recipe for Naturally Dyed Eggs isn’t just about the mess and dipping eggs into colorful bowls of water, it is also about spending time with the kids talking about Easter, and teaching them the science behind dying eggs. Plus, it gives you the peace of mind knowing that using this natural colors won’t cause any harm to whom you care the most.

Visit the next page for this simple and easy to follow recipe for Naturally Dyed Eggs.