What happens to eggs on Easter

The awesome thing is that these eggs are already “colored” naturally. I had a pastel assortment of pink and blue eggs that are ready for Easter without the need for dye.
Step 1: Hard boil

Step 1: Hard boil (the night before--sorry the picture is so dark)

Step 2: Put in really cute basket with cute stuffed bunny

Step 2: Put in really cute basket with cute stuffed bunny

Step 3: Try to get dogs to pose beside the basket without eating the stuffed toy.

Step 3: Try to get dogs to pose beside the basket without eating the stuffed toy.

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Come on, look cute or something.

Step 4 (no pictures): Take the basket of eggs to the Easter family get-together and hold blind taste tests with these eggs and store-bought eggs. Nine out of ten people preferred my eggs and commented on how yellow the yolks were. It was a lot of fun!

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