This year we wanted to try a few different things. Dying easter egg with whipped cream seemed like an easy way to color eggs without the big mess of other ways. #easter #eastereggs #kidsactivity #holidayfun #dyingeastereggs #myhomebasedlife | Easter | Easter Activity For Kids | Dying Easter Eggs | Ways to dye Easter eggs | Hardboiled Eggs |

Dying Easter Eggs with Whipped Cream

Course: Kids Craft
Cuisine: Craft
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Dying Easter Eggs a fun unique way.

What You Need


  1. Hard boil 12 eggs. Allow cooling.
  2. Soak the eggs in a bowl of vinegar for at least 10 minutes.
  3. In a large container thaw out whipped topping, smoothing it until it is even.
  4. Using gel food coloring, mix and swirl the coloring. You can do solid colors or mix to swirl several colors.
  5. Place your egg in the whipped topping.
  6. Spoon over to fully cover the egg. Leave it there for 15 minutes.
  7. In a small bowl, fill it with water. Gently dunk the egg in water and swish it around. Do not rub the excess whipped cream off or run it under the tap as that will wash away the coloring.
  8. Allow drying time.


It is important to use gel food coloring! Traditional food coloring will not be as dark or easily seen.