Rainbow Easter Eggs

With Easter next weekend, I promised my daughter that we would make some Easter eggs. That being said, colouring eggs with a toddler can be challenging. I found this kit while shopping, and thought I could do the same thing at home without needing to buy the kit. This turned out to be a simple, mess-free way to decorate eggs that anyone could do with a little one at home.

What You Need:

  • Hard Boiled Eggs
  • Ziploc Bags
  • Food Colouring

hard boiled eggs

First, hard boil your eggs. I’m not keen on hard boiled eggs, so I needed to look up how to do it. This website  explains how to cook them very easily.  When they are finished cooking, cool them down and let them dry to room temperature.


Place an egg into a Ziploc bag and add 2-3 drops of two or three different coloured food colourings onto the egg.

clean egg decorating

Allow your toddler to rub the outside of the bag until the entire egg is coloured.


Then, let them dry. If there is excess dye on the egg, gently wipe it off with a paper towel.

Easter Eggs

And, you’re finished. These beautiful eggs would look lovely in any Easter basket or as a centre-piece on your table for Easter supper.


Happy Easter!