It's eggtacular! With all of the talk about food dyes and their effects on young tots this week, mamas preparing for Easter may be thinking twice about how they'll color their eggs this year. Using plant, fruit, and vegetable extracts, rather than the Red 40 and Blue Lake dyes at the forefront of the controversy, the Eco-Eggs Easter Egg Coloring Kit ($16) still creates vibrantly dyed eggs without harming your tots or the environment. The kit comes with three pots of natural dyes that can be used to create six colors, as well as cutouts that can be used to transform the eggs into bugs, animals, and more. Best of all, when lil ones splatter the dyes on the table and floor, they can be easily wiped up in a snap.
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