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So I ran across a picture on the Internet and found some instructions ... Thought it'd be a neat thing to put up on instructables. This is also my first so I hope I did okay :)

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You need: ~Eggs, as many as you like ~A stovetop and pot with cover ~As many cups as you have eggs ~Your choice in food coloring .. Purple is best yellow doesn't always work
<p>Will be doing this ourselves but place the jars with the eggs in the fridge instead of leaving them out on the counter. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, you should discard any perishable foods, including hard-boiled eggs, that have been left at room temperature for longer than TWO HOURS. The two-hour guideline applies to eggs you have just cooked as well as chilled hard-boiled eggs taken out of your refrigerator.</p>
<p>AMAZING! The purple does look cool. It has two color shades! Thanks!</p>
awesome ideas!! fun for the kids
These are great I would love to make them. They are great for Easter
We keep boiled eggs in our 'fridge (colored with a bit of instant coffee in the water so that we don't get them mixed up with fresh eggs). The boys (ages 7 and 5) gave me a hand yesterday to make these instead. We only did one color (red) and put them in a bowl with a lid overnight, and they turned out great! So exciting to peel and see the &quot;secret&quot;! It has been unanimously decided that this is the way we are going to do the boiled eggs from now on, using a different color each time. Thanks for the info; great 'ible!
Very fun! I wonder why the purple comes out with two colors/shades and none of the other ones do.
These would make fun deviled eggs.

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