Combine in a small bowl:
  • ½ cup very hot water
  • 1 teaspoon white vinegar
  • Drops of food coloring as desired

Directions:
  • Dip hard-cooked eggs in dye for about 5 minutes or until desired color is reached.
  • For variety, try dipping the top half in one color and the bottom half in another, or leaving the egg in the dye for different amounts of time to create varying shades.
  • Use a slotted spoon to remove eggs from the dye.

Dye Color Guide:
  • Lime = 24 drops yellow + 4 drops green
  • Cantaloupe = 24 drops yellow + 2 drops red
  • Plum = 10 drops red + 4 drops blue
  • Spearmint = 12 drops green + 6 drops yellow + 2 drops blue
  • Watermelon = 25 drops red + 2 drops blue
  • Grape = 17 drops blue + 3 drops red
  • Jungle Green = 14 drops green + 6 drops yellow
  • Purple = 15 drops blue + 5 drops red
  • Jade = 17 drops green + 3 drops blue
  • Maize = 24 drops yellow + 1 drop red
  • Raspberry = 14 drops red + 6 drops blue
  • Teal = 15 drops green + 5 drops blue
  • Fuchsia = 18 drops red + 2 drops blue
  • Orange Sunset = 17 drops yellow + 3 drops red
  • Creamsicle = 9 drops red + 10 drops yellow
  • Cherry Blossom = 11 drops red + 3 drops yellow
  • Pineapple = 1 drops red + 10 drops yellow
  • Green Tea = 5 drops green + 2 drops yellow
  • Ice = 5 drops blue + 1 drops red
  • Cotton Candy = 6 drops red
  • Lemon Bar = 20 drops yellow
  • Lime Sherbet = 10 drops green
  • Mint Chip = 3 drops blue + 1 drops green
  • Dried Lavender = 5 drops blue + 5 drops red
  • Purple Cow = 4 drops blue + 8 drops red
  • Pina Colada = 2 drops yellow