Easter Egg Tips

Easter Egg Tips

Have you ever wondered where the concept of the Easter egg came from? What relevance does an Easter egg have to the true meaning of Easter?

Christians adopted this tradition, and the Easter egg became a religious symbol. It represented the tomb from which Jesus broke forth.

Easter eggs serve many purposes. They are used as decor, cracking and eating through the Easter holiday, and let us not forget the fun part-Easter egg hunts!

Here are some Easter egg tips for you and how to make the best of the traditional egg!

  • If you are not dipping eggs this Easter, but you’re looking to have fun with the kids at your own Easter egg hunt: Buy the plastic eggs and fill them with goodies. For kids, you can fill them with dollar bills, change, jelly beans, Easter stickers, and mini chocolates
  • If you’re going to take the dip: Be sure to lay down newspaper or a strong plastic tablecloth on the table. Easter egg dye is not easy to remove. Be sure your eggs are completely boiled and cooled before dipping.
  • Nobody wants to crack open a colorful egg to find a half boiled egg. For the perfect boiled egg-Place the eggs gently in an empty pot. Fill the pot with enough cold tap water to cover the eggs, with about 1 inch of water over them. Add salt. This can make the eggs easier to peel. Put on a lid. Bring the water to the point of boiling, over high heat. Do not remove the lid. Leave the eggs in the hot water for ten to fifteen minutes.It is important you do not start the timer until the water starts boiling, and you turn off the heat. Run pot under cold water and wait for eggs to cool.

Have an Egg-cellent time and Happy Easter!

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