POPSUGAR Food Dyed Eggs Yummy Link: Ruby Eggs by Food 3/11/08 246 Shares Like us on Facebook Why dye the outside of Easter eggs, when you can dye the insides? Check out this recipe for beet-dyed ruby eggs. — A Veggie Venture Read More Dyed EggsEaster EggsEasterYummy LinksEggs Get inspired with our daily newsletter Food Vegetarian DIY Tech Love and Sex Home Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. mrc011 7 years so cool! i'm gonna have to try this lickety-split 7 years omg that is cool! i love beets :) but don't think my kids have ever had them. an amish restaurant? how is that possible? i thought they shunned money and non amish and all things monied and modern? aimeeb 7 years Such a great idea! x_juicyfruit 7 years They're pretty. i-am-awesomeness 7 years totally cool! will205 7 years pretty - but i hate eggs! Kate-Marie 7 years There's an Amish restaurant in my area that has eggs like this at their buffet. Not my cup of tea--I don't like hard boiled eggs in the first place--but my brother absolutely loves them. I think it does change the flavor. LaPerla2 7 years I'm on the fence with this one. Does it sweeten the egg? GrapeBubbleGum 7 years These are beautiful! I eat tea eggs all of the time (which are a tasty chinese snack), so it seems like a pretty normal thing to me. andrennabird 7 years When you soak them in tea, does it make the whites turn brown? I think I'll try this beet coloring. It looks pretty! That's not something I thought I would ever say about egg whites! Marci 7 years Wow! I never heard of doing this before. :) MsMO 7 years I have done that with flavored teas. Lightly crack the eggs and soak them in a strong tea. ahappierdiane 7 years Those are pretty, but I don't think I like beets. Goody1 7 years cute but i am so not a beet fan Lovely_1 7 years That is too neat!