Dying Easter eggs is a classic Easter activity that you must complete each year with your kids. I love to find new ways to dye Easter eggs each year with my kids to keep this Easter tradition exciting. This year we are dying Easter eggs with Skittles!
It’s such a fun way to dye eggs! Kids can experiment with different amounts of skittles to make different intensities of shades. Your kids might even enjoy mixing colors to see what happens!
You’ll only need 4 ingredients to make these fun Skittle Dyed Easter Eggs. Gather your children and your supplies and get ready for some Easter fun!
How to Dye Easter Eggs with Skittles
- Hardboiled Eggs
- Skittles (Original & Wild Berry flavors work well)
- Hot Water
- Plastic Cups
Place 25-30 skittles of one color in a cup.
Add one hardboiled egg to each cup.
Now add 1 teaspoon of vinegar to each cup.
Then add enough hot water to cover the egg.
Let the egg sit for a few minutes, then mix the liquid with a spoon.
Repeat steps 1-4 with the other skittle colors.
Let the eggs sit in the cups for 15 minutes, then take out and set on paper towels to dry. You can reuse the skittle water for 1-2 more eggs.
Store in fridge then enjoy on Easter!