Coloring Eggs for Easter

If coloring the eggs for Easter, return them to the refrigerator as soon as you're done dyeing them. Don't let hard-boiled eggs stand at room temperature for more than 2 hours. If you plan on…

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Homemade Candy Bars

After Easter, I make the most of leftover chocolate bunnies or other chocolate shapes. I melt 2 pounds of these chocolate pieces in a double boiler or in a microwave-safe dish. (Stir until melted…

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Making Natural Food Dyes

For a natural look to your Easter eggs, you can dye them with everyday kitchen ingredients.

Onion Skin Dye. To make dye from yellow onion skins, place several skins in a large pot of water.…

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Planning an Easter Egg Hunt

Planning an Easter egg hunt is a wonderful excuse to squelch spring fever. Throwing the party is a breeze if you keep these tips in mind:

Since most folks have plans on Easter Sunday,…

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Use Chocolate as Chips

“After Easter, I put leftover solid or hollow chocolate bunnies or eggs in a plastic bag and pound them into small pieces,” relates Geraldine B. of Kersey, Pennsylvania. “I use them in place of…

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