How to Blow Out Easter Eggs (and Dye Them Naturally)

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I don’t dye hard-boiled eggs (although you can certainly do that, if you like). I prefer using “blown” eggs, so that I don’t need to worry about spoilage and I can use them for a good long time (sometimes a month leading up to Easter) in arrangements throughout the house. Here's how to blow them out.

How to Blow Easter Eggs

It’s not often I share a post that doesn’t involve a recipe or a nutrition article, but this one, I must share. Because I love using natural dyes in my baking projects, I couldn’t resist using them to color Easter eggs, too. (I’m not the only adult with no small children who still does this…am I? Good! Didn’t think so.)

I don’t dye hard-boiled eggs (although you can certainly do that, if you like). I prefer using “blown” eggs, so that I don’t need to worry about spoilage and I can use them for a good long time (sometimes a month leading up to Easter) in arrangements throughout the house.

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