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Whipped Cream Dyed Easter Eggs! Coloring Easter Eggs has never been easier! You only need two ingredients, whipped cream and food coloring!
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Whipped Cream Dyed Easter Eggs

Coloring Easter Eggs has never been easier!


  • Whipped Cream – 1 can per dozen eggs
  • Gel food coloring – must be gel!
  • Sandwich baggies
  • Hardboiled Eggs
  • Baking sheet
  • Paper towels


  • Put a little whipped cream in a sandwich baggie (as pictured)
  • Add 4-6 drops of food coloring in the bag, in different sections. TIP: For some reason, we don’t have luck with green. We think it turns brown easily when mixed with other colors.
  • Place one hardboiled egg into the bag
  • Seal the bag closed
  • Gently roll the hardboiled egg around in the whipped cream and food coloring until the egg is covered in color. TIP: don’t mix the colors too much! Too much blending will create a funky color. You want that tie-dye effect, so don’t over mix.
  • Refrigerate the eggs in their baggies for 10-20 minutes
  • Rinse the eggs in the sink – Don’t over rinse! Just quickly run the whipped cream off
  • Place the wet eggs on a baking sheet covered with a few layers of paper towels