10 Ways to Use Hard Boiled Eggs

So we did the somewhat obligatory dying of the Easter eggs. I refer to it that way because, while my kids have fun doing it, it's nothing they love. So we never really make a big deal out of it. ...more

8 Things to Make with Leftover Easter Eggs

Come tomorrow, after girls in sweet spring dresses and boys with grass-stained knees collect their eggs in the annual back yard Easter egg hunts, frugal cooks everywhere will be looking for ways to use those cooked eggs, so they don't go to waste. Here are a few ideas -- easy ones! ...more
Impressive tips Alanna. Unfortunately, we ate last Easter eggs & ham yesterday. But, I'll have ...more

Five Fresh Ideas for Easter

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Natural Egg Dye: A Rainbow of Options

You can dye Easter eggs with all-natural ingredients like spices, vegetables, and even wine! I made recipe cards for eggs dyed with everything from cran-raspberry juice to onion skins—plus instructions, tips, and pictures of what your finished eggs will look like. ...more
One could blow out the egg interior, and then do the dying to keep the shells around year-round. ...more

8 Gorgeous New Ways to Make Easter Eggs

One of my earliest Easter memories is watching sharp pins being delicately pushed in the ends of an egg and then being shown how to carefully blow out the whites and yolk. We handled the fragile empty eggs with care as we dyed them. I recall we used wax and carefully, though not exactly skillfully, layered on the colours and designs. Well, the adults and older children mostly used the wax but I was able to help with the dipping....more
sassymonkey Pictures, please! -Momo RebeccaAngelmore

What Do I Do With Those Easter Eggs?

I know, I know. Everyone knows that the best, and most traditional, way to get rid of those colored Easter Eggs the day after Easter is to throw them at your neighbor's house because their Christmas lights are still up. But did you know you can actually eat them?...more

Easter Egg Space Invaders

Easter Egg Space Invaders If you were around here last year, you may have noticed that we love to decorate Easter eggs. In fact, as soon as the stores start putting out Easter displays the boys want to know if it is time to make eggs yet....more

How to Make Chocolate Covered Easter Eggs

I’ve had this in my mind for awhile that I’ve wanted to create chocolate covered Easter eggs.  I wanted to come up with my own recipe with a more unique taste.  I also wanted the center to be creamy in some of the eggs.  Now that I’m thinking about it, it’s starting to appear that I want a lot....more
They look absolutely delicious! The perfect Easter treat!more

Glitter-Decorated Easter Eggs

*originally posted on my personal/lifestyle blog, http://www.thejackchronicles.com/  ...more
A great idea! i love it!more