Cool-Whip Marbleized EggsCool-Whip Marbleized Eggs
Cool-Whip Marbleized Eggs
Cool-Whip Marbleized Eggs
These gorgeous masterpieces only look like they took loads of time and talent to create, when really, they couldn’t be easier.
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Recipe - Eden Prairie
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Cool-Whip Marbleized Eggs
Prep Time5 Minutes
Servings6
Cook Time10 Minutes
Ingredients
12 hard-boiled eggs
Vinegar
1 container (8 oz) Cool Whip
Gel food coloring
Directions
  1. Place eggs in a large bowl and cover with vinegar. Soak for 5-10 minutes (any more and the shell will begin to break down). Drain, rinse and pat dry.
  2. If desired, line a 9x13 rimmed baking sheet with tin foil for easy cleanup. Spread enough Cool Whip to cover the sheet evenly in a ½-inch deep layer. Add drops of food coloring in a haphazard pattern around the sheet, leaving 1/2 to 1 inch between colors. Using a toothpick, swirl the colors to create a marbled look.
  3. One at a time, roll the eggs through the Cool Whip and set on a plate to allow the color to set, 10-15 minutes. (Figure on about 6-8 eggs per 8-ounce container of Cool Whip.) Rinse under warm water and dry thoroughly.
5 minutes
Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
6
Servings

Shop Ingredients

Makes 6 servings
12 hard-boiled eggs
Cub Eggs, Large
Cub Eggs, Large, 12 Each
$2.49$0.21 each
Vinegar
Essential Everyday Vinegar, White, Distilled
Essential Everyday Vinegar, White, Distilled, 128 Ounce
$3.99$0.03/oz
1 container (8 oz) Cool Whip
Cool Whip NaN Original Whipped Topping
Cool Whip NaN Original Whipped Topping, 8 Ounce
$2.39 was $2.59$0.30/oz
Gel food coloring
Betty Crocker Gel Food Color, Classic Colors
Betty Crocker Gel Food Color, Classic Colors, 4 Each
$3.99 was $3.99$1.00 each

Directions

  1. Place eggs in a large bowl and cover with vinegar. Soak for 5-10 minutes (any more and the shell will begin to break down). Drain, rinse and pat dry.
  2. If desired, line a 9x13 rimmed baking sheet with tin foil for easy cleanup. Spread enough Cool Whip to cover the sheet evenly in a ½-inch deep layer. Add drops of food coloring in a haphazard pattern around the sheet, leaving 1/2 to 1 inch between colors. Using a toothpick, swirl the colors to create a marbled look.
  3. One at a time, roll the eggs through the Cool Whip and set on a plate to allow the color to set, 10-15 minutes. (Figure on about 6-8 eggs per 8-ounce container of Cool Whip.) Rinse under warm water and dry thoroughly.