Dress up your Easter eggs this year with these coffee filter Easter eggs! Let me share how to dye Easter eggs with coffee filters! The process is easy, colorful, and so unique! Each egg will be bright and colorful and different in design!
Let your kids grab some gloves and help create fun and colorful Easter eggs to use for your Easter egg hunts, filler for the Easter egg baskets and more. The Easter eggs have a tie-dye effect which is pretty fun. Kids love seeing how their design turns out! Try my Kool-Aid Method for dying Easter eggs!
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Learn How To Dye Easter Eggs with Coffee Filters
What I love about making these coffee filter Easter dyed eggs, its a fun way besides just dipping in colored water letting the dye soak in. This way it’s more hands-on, and your child can help place the colors in spots, for a more creative look.
Give this Easter Egg coloring a try and see how you like it!
Can You Make Hard Boiled Eggs In Instant Pot
If you own an Instant Pot, you can make hard boiled eggs in your pot. I suggest the 7-7-7 method. 7 minutes high pressure, 7 minutes natural release followed by a 7-minute ice bath.
I personally used the stove top method, but feel free to cook in the oven or in your Instant Pot if you prefer that route!
Best Food Colorings For Coffee Filter Dyed Eggs
We tested out liquids and gels and the liquid food coloring came out on top. It gave a cleaner and smoother appearance along with a bolder color. Gel food coloring will work if it is what you have, but liquid seems to take the cake on overall coloring.
How To Make Dyed Easter Eggs with Coffee Filters
Start out by hard boiling your eggs. I have instructions here on how to hard boil perfect eggs! Once your eggs are done, now is the time to soak your eggs in vinegar for up to five minutes.
Remove eggs and place in a coffee filter. Add on your food coloring in spots to create color. Then set your coffee filter eggs aside to dry. Open the filter up after it is dry and see the fun design now displayed on your egg!
Supplies for Coffee Filter Dyed Easter Eggs
- 100 Ct. White Coffee Filters
- Rubber Gloves (Optional)
- Paper Plates or Glass Plates
- Food Coloring (Liquids work better than Gels but you can use either)
- 2 Dozen Eggs
Directions for Coffee Filter Dyed Easter Eggs
Isn’t it fun how different each egg turns out! We had so much fun making these colored eggs, and I think you will too!
Have you ever tried coffee filters to dye Easter eggs?