Cool Whip Easter Eggs

Easter is right around the corner, so we wanted to give you a fun twist on traditional egg dying methods. Create some fun memories and beautiful eggs with Cool Whip, and be able to eat them after! You can also create this effect with shaving cream but then we would not advise eating the eggs after dying them. Keep them fresh in your PackIt Freezable Snack Box to make sure your kids have the coolest healthy snack in school! 
Step 1: Hard boil your eggs and fully cool before starting. Use a separate bowl for each color combination you want to use, fill the bowls with Cool Whip 
Step 2: Put a few drops of food coloring into the cool whip and swirl around with toothpicks. 
Step 3: Swirl around the eggs in the bowls several times until they are completely coated. Place in a muffin tin (you can put them wherever, this makes it easier to keep them separated but is not necessary).
Step 4: Place in the fridge for 1-3 hours, the longer the sit the stronger the colors will turn out.
Step 5: Remove from fridge and rinse off Cool Whip with cold water. Enjoy your beautiful tie dye eggs! 
Tell us what you think of this egg dying method. Comment below how you dye your Easter eggs! If you try this at home make sure to share and tag @packitcool so we can see your creations!

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