– Hard boiled eggs (cooled) – Kool-Aid Packet – Whisk (if you will be dying eggs with children) – Cups (make sure they are wide enough to put a whisk in) – 2/3 cup Water per package – Food coloring – Vinegar
After I hard boiled my eggs, I let them cool down for a few hours in the fridge. Once they were cooled, I took a rag and wiped them down with vinegar and was ready to start my egg dyeing process.
Step 2: Take your hard boiled egg and put it inside a whisk. This allows children of all ages (and adults) to easily take the egg in and out of the cup, without risking a fallen egg.
Step 3: Place your egg into the cup of water and dye and let it sit for a few minutes. The longer you leave it, the darker it will be. I noticed that the eggs dye a lot faster with kool-aid than the store bought boxes of egg dye.