How to Make Cool Whip Easter Eggs

Supplies for Cool Whip Easter Eggs

Hard boiled eggs White vinegar Cool Whip Food Coloring Mixing Bowl Baking Dish or Tray Tongs Paper towels

Soak the eggs in vinegar.

After the hard boiled eggs cool, soak them in enough vinegar to cover them while you prepare the Cool Whip.

Spread out the Cool Whip.

Scoop the whipped topping into a casserole dish or large tupperware container so that it is at least an inch or so thick.

Add the food coloring.

Dot drops of food coloring throughout the spread out Cool Whip. Leave some space between each drop.

Swirl the food coloring.

To make the pretty marbled Cool Whip Easter eggs, take a fork and drag it through the Cool Whip to swirl the colors. Don't over mix.

Add the hard boiled eggs to the Cool Whip.

Gently put the eggs in the Cool Whip, leaving a little space between each egg.

Coat the eggs in the swirled Cool Whip.

Carefully roll the eggs around in the food coloring swirled Cool Whip to coat them. Let them sit in the mixture for up to 15 minutes.

Scoop the eggs out of the Cool Whip.

Use tongs or a large spoon to scoop the eggs out of the mixture. Wipe the Cool Whip off with a paper towel or rinse it off with running water.

Display and enjoy!

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