Tis the season for dyeing Easter eggs! If you’re on the hunt for a great way to dye Easter eggs naturally just in time for your family Easter egg hunt on Sunday April 5th, you’re in luck! Earlier today on “The Chew” renowned lifestyle expert and co-host Daphne Oz shared her amazing secret to dyeing Easter eggs naturally and beautifully the nontoxic way.
If you’d like to learn how to learn how to dye Easter eggs naturally, please watch the video below from “The Chew” for Daphne’s detailed instructions!
Dye Easter eggs naturally ingredients
- One tablespoon salt
- Four to five cups of water
- Two tablespoons of white vinegar
- Shredded beets or
- Purple cabbage or
- Tumeric or
- Red onion or
Video: Daphne Oz shows you how to dye Easter eggs naturally, and dishes on how certain fruits and vegetables can create beautifully vibrant Easter eggs in a variety of colors.