I love all food-related things associated with holidays, but dyeing easter eggs is an especially favorite activity for me. This isn't exactly a cooking activity for younger kids, but I think it's close enough to qualify. Like most kids, I grew up using Paas Easter egg dyes. I realize it's a lot easier using dye kits, but I think doing it the natural way is so much more fun, healthy and natural and it's a great way to use some of the spices that have been in the cabinet for a while.
|White eggs, preferably organic|
|Turmeric (yellow eggs)|
|Frozen blueberries (lavender eggs)|
|Beets (rust/brown eggs)|
|Pomegranate or grape juice (grey, blueish, red eggs)|
Please watch the video for directions!