Good Eggs.


Coloring Easter eggs = pure, simple, joy. And beautiful color.


I like the old school technique best. Boiling water, poured into coffee cups, add a dash of vinegar, and a shameful amount of food coloring. Let those sweet eggs sit for about 7 minutes, until they are perfectly vibrant.

My son wants them all to be blue, I’ll have to work on him :)


My favorite special effect is the rubber band trick. It is so easy and look how cool they turn out…


I am fascinated by the natural dye concept. Here’s what was used for the eggs below- blueberries, turmeric, paprika, raspberries, and coffee. Love that (Real Simple)!


Thought this was a cute, simple treat (BHG) to make with the kids. Marshmallows rolled in coconut…


But this year, we baked banana cream cupcakes with caramel frosting. A recipe from a friend, so delicious! Here’s how they turned out…


On that sweet note, Happy Easter to all.

p.s. Here’s how our eggs turned out! Something magically simple about that rubber band trick…


(thank you Real Simple, Martha Stewart, and Better Homes and Gardens for the photo inspiration)

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