Incredible, Edible Eggs of Art
These gorgeous masterpieces only look like they took loads of time and talent to create. But really, they couldn't be easier. It is all thanks to one surprising ingredient: Cool Whip. With this marbleizing method, you'll get a beautifully unique design every time, and you can safely eat the eggs after you're don't displaying them because it uses all edible ingredients.
Place eggs in large bowl and cover with vinegar. Soak for 5-10 minutes (any more an the shell will begin to break down). Drain, rinse and pat dry.
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 1/2 inch deep layer. Add drops of food coloring in a haphazard around the sheet, leaving 1/2 to 1 inch between colors. Use toothpick to swirl colors.
One at a time, roll the eggs through the Cool Whip and set on 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.
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