This year don’t worry about buying a disposable egg dying kit that’s full of unknown ingredients; you can make beautiful Marbled Easter Eggs with only three ingredients found in every kitchen. These unique speckled Easter eggs are easy to create and look make a great decoration.
How to Make Marbled Easter Eggs
Marbled Easter Eggs
These bright colored Easter eggs are made with items you most likely have in your kitchen. Plus, these oil and water dyed Easter eggs are easy enough for toddlers to make.
What you will need to make your Oil and Water Easter Eggs is in this picture below. However, I have it displayed in a recipe list form to print out towards the bottom of the page. Have Fun!
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How to Dye Easter Eggs
Start by boiling the eggs and giving them time to cool before setting everything out for your children.
- Hardboiled Eggs
- Oil (Vegetable, Canola, or any oil will work)
- Food Coloring (Assorted Colors)
- Small Bowls
Every year my children love all of the fun and creative ways we dye Easter eggs. These speckled eggs turned out perfectly and the kids had a great time making them.
Speckled Easter Eggs are simple and pretty.
Using oil with food dye creates a lovely swirling effect on the surface of your hard-boiled eggs. The result is unique and looks great as decoration on the table.
Oil and Water Dyed Easter Eggs
How do you dye Easter eggs with food coloring and oil?
1. Place about 1/3 cup of water into each bowl. Depending on the size of your bowls, you’ll want enough water for about two-thirds of the egg to be covered.
2. Add 6-8 drops of food coloring to each bowl and mix.
3. Add one Tablespoon of oil into each bowl.
4. Place one egg into each bowl. With a spoon, spoon the water/oil mixture over the egg and let sit for about 10 minutes. Then roll the egg so it turns over and let sit for another 5-10 minutes.
5. Take out and lay on paper towels. Let sit for a few minutes, then wipe off each egg with additional paper towels.
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