Coffee-Dyed Easter Eggs
Did you know that coffee can be used as a natural dye for Easter eggs? With the power to color pearly white eggs any tone from a sandy tan to a deep mahogany, this go-to beverage continues to prove its worth outside of the coffee mug. We’re tried a few different methods to dye eggs and have a favorite or two to share so you can create a sophisticated, buzzing egg-scape. Coffee-Dyed Easter Eggs Brew a K-Carafe® pod, or four K-Cup® pods at 8-ounces (you need 36-ounces); pour coffee into a quart...
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