What if I told you that you can dye your Easter eggs with kool-aid packets and regular old tap water?
Well, you can! Easter eggs done with kool aid dye is 1 of the many fun ways to dye hard boiled eggs with different colors aside from the traditional egg dye method. They all get unique pops of color.
It's super simple! Just mix the kool aid packets, each color into its own separate cup of water. And then soak the eggs.
I love that nice speckled look that I get from using drink mixes as a dye. And there are so many kool-aid flavors it's a great way to have lighter and darker colors that you may not find with other dyes.
In just five steps, you will have some sweet and festive easter eggs that you can paint. The kids will have a blast as well.
You can get a lot of different looks when you are dying your eggs with kool-aid. You can get a light, smooth coating or maybe a speckled look if you are feeling it.
To get the different looks, the only thing that you have to do differently is keep it in the dye a little bit longer. The longer it is in, the more speckled it will look.
How To Dye Easter Eggs With Kool Air
I think that dying eggs is one of the best parts of Easter time celebrations. I still do it for that nostalgic feeling I get when doing so.
These are moments that your kids will cherish for the rest of their lives. I know that I still remember decoration the eggs with my mom and sisters for easter.
If you want to know how to dye eggs with kool-aid, you are in the right place. The instructions you will get here are super easy to understand.
There will even be images attached to help guide you through each step. So now we are looking at a craft that is easy, quick, and most importantly, fun!
Make sure that the kool-aid mix has completely dissolved before dying your Easter eggs with kool aid. The drink mix must be smooth.
There are so many ways under the sun to dye your boiled eggs, but not all using packets of kool aid.
Maybe you can try a tie-dye look by using rubber bands and dipping spots of the egg in each cup of color.
For sure, the eggs will have to sit on some sort of cooling rack or transfer eggs to paper towels to dry all the way. Drying time may vary based on methods.
Did you ever think you would have an Easter egg with lemonade flavor? Egg dyes can't be digested, but kool-aid can.
Had I known that this was an option sooner, I would have never used food dye for my easter eggs. Kool-aid just sounds a lot more fun than food coloring if you ask me.
And the final results are so amazing, you will want to do it this way every year!