183 comments
DoreenTalentinow
DoreenTalentinow

I just did this with Cool Whip and they came out awesome! I will do this every year! We even swirled some of the dyed eggs and they look really great too! But when we cleaned them off I didn't wipe them with a paper towel because we would have had to use too many, so I tried gently rinsing them off in cold water and it worked perfectly!  

ktspon
ktspon

Anybody try this yet with cool whip or whipped cream?

scatteredmom
scatteredmom

@Miranda_Price cool. I just think it's dumb that they don't have a plain kit anymore. At least, I couldn't find one.

vickee
vickee

Of course you don't eat them!    It looks like a great idea, think I will try it.

lyn482
lyn482

Please don't eat this oh my gosh! The shaving cream can soak through the membrane on the eggs. When you crack your eggs open you'll see the coloring seeped through and your eggs will be slightly colored. Shaving cream is not edible! The dyes you buy in the store are non toxic and safe to eat. Please don't eat the eggs if you due them this way! I see this every year at Easter time and it drives me craY that people promote this way to dye eggs without thinking of food safety!

Kelly Deno Lainey
Kelly Deno Lainey

Egg shells are porous. I wouldn't eat them if you color them like this

Karen Monroe
Karen Monroe

Notice when you dye eggs with food coloring the egg when I crack open the shell is colored too well duh you can not use shaving cream seriously gosh ppl only use whip cream or there's gonna be bunch of sick kids this year wow

Pat Phillips
Pat Phillips

Maggie will probably eat them before they get colored! That child LOVES boiled eggs!

Brooke Hudson Schonfeld
Brooke Hudson Schonfeld

Hope this works on those plastic "looks like real eggs" too! Friday night fun coming right up!!

Margie Anderson-McKinney
Margie Anderson-McKinney

what kind of harmful chemicals are in shaving cream .....!?!?!? I don't think it's a good idea at all !!!!!

Evelyn Thurston
Evelyn Thurston

I've been blowing out my eggs for scrambled eggs in the morning. That way we can have a bunch of eggs to color and don't have to eat them or throw them away. Also use eggs for summer craft project by breaking up the shells and gluing in mosaic designs.

Samantha Nida
Samantha Nida

Thank's! I have a net10 phone and it wont let me on some of the links, this was one of them.

Katie Fowler
Katie Fowler

Read the link. It's very easy and works extremely well. Most kids can do it on their own after simple instruction! Basically, spray cream into glass cake pan about one inch deep, put several drops of color anywhere, use toothpick to swirl (not mix) colors then roll an egg through! Wait 10 or so minutes then just wipe off with paper towel. Have fun!

KelleVentling
KelleVentling

You do realize egg shells are pourous right? would you eat shaving cream? 

Ramiro Navarro
Ramiro Navarro

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Sandra Schwartz
Sandra Schwartz

Did this last year. Turn out really pretty. "Polished " them with a little veggie oil.

Miranda_Price
Miranda_Price

@scatteredmom I dot think I've seen them around either. Lots of packages that have wraps and stickers. They're no fun. :)

ChristyTaylor
ChristyTaylor

They have the box Easter egg dye kit at Big Lots for like $2. It brought back memories. I like this idea but I would use cool whip over the shaving cream.

vickee
vickee

You aren't going to be eating them, looks like a great idea.

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