I'm a DIY loving stay at home Mum living in Saskatchewan Canada.
I love to cook and bake, decorate my home, repurpose old treasures, and create beautiful birthdays for my 3 beautiful girls!

Crackle Easter Eggs

My Mum came across these beautiful eggs last year on Pinterest. We made them for Easter and fell in love! We were all excited to make them again. They're so simple to make and so beautiful!

You'll Need:
  • Hard Boiled Eggs
  • Liquid Food Coloring
  • Ziploc Bags
  • Vinegar


Take your egg and roll/break it until you have cracks all over! (It's nice to have an expert egg breaking helper for this part!)

Once your egg is full of cracks, place it in a ziploc bag. Drip a little food coloring into the bag and move the egg around in the bag until it's coated in the color. Let the egg sit for 5-10 minutes in the bag.

Once it's done, rinse off the excess color with water. You're supposed to "splash it" with vinegar after rinsing it, but I just put the vinegar in a small mug and gave the egg a dip. (This is done BEFORE peeling the egg and is meant to set the color).

Peel the shell off and marvel at the beauty of your crackle egg! Beautiful to look at and edible too! We'll be using ours for deviled eggs on Sunday. :)

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