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Swap Dyed Eggs With JELL-O Egg Jigglers This Easter

If you can't stomach the thought of eating baskets and bowls of tinted hard boiled eggs this Easter, consider an equally edible and kid-friendly alternative. Rather than dipping traditional eggs, make JELLO Egg Jigglers. Enlist your tots and gather the ingredients: JELL-O mix, water and the egg molds. Then whip up a few batches so you have an assortment of colors and flavors. After chilling, the goodies will be ready for placement in baskets or to send as a party snack to your child's school.

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RunninginBoston RunninginBoston 8 years
My mom always just let us dye raw eggs. Then she'd just use them for regular cooking. Just had to make sure they got put back in the fridge pretty quick.
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