I haven’t dyed Easter eggs in years!
But it was definitely one of my favorite parts of the holiday as a child. I remember gleefully taking those store bought kits with the funny smells and dying my eggs all different shades. I would occasionally put on a sticker or two (or five, come on) and just staring at my final masterpieces. But I don’t think I did anything beyond staring at the eggs. I never ate any of the eggs which seems like such a shame and waste of food. So I was completely intrigued when I saw this Epicurious recipe for naturally dyed pickled easter eggs. These eggs were also bright, vibrant and adorable but made to be eaten. While I can’t put any stickers on them, I was happy to let my little one play with them and of course eat them as well.