Finding new ways to dye Easter eggs is a great way to keep the tradition of dying Easter eggs fun and fresh. I love finding new Easter Egg Dye methods so much, that I’ve shared 14 other great Easter egg dye techniques!
These Cool Whip Dyed Easter Eggs are a fun way to marble dye your Easter Eggs this year.
No need to buy a special egg dying kit this year, instead try out these fun Whipped Topping dyed Easter Eggs.
Want to know how to dye Easter eggs with Cool Whip? Find the easy tutorial below.
- Hardboiled Eggs
- Cool Whip
- Assorted Gel Food Colorings
In a dish or container, spread about a 1-inch layer of Cool whip on the bottom.
Place dots of food coloring all around. You can make it multiple colors or have certain colors in one area. Anything goes!
Take a knife and swirl the colors around. Make sure you don’t over mix, it just takes a quick swirl.
Place the hardboiled eggs in the container.
Now rotate each egg in its spot until it’s all covered.
Place the whole dish in the refrigerator for about 10-15 minutes.
Take out and wipe eggs off with paper towels. You can also rinse them in water, but a lot of the color will come off and they won’t be as bold looking.
Have fun coloring Easter eggs!!
*Coloring will stain fingers for about a day so disposable gloves can be worn.
If you are looking for other fun ways to dye Easter eggs, check out this fun tutorial on how to dye Easter eggs with Skittles.
Or if you’d like an Egg dying experience that can also double as a science lesson, these Oil and Water dyed Easter eggs are another great choice.