What you will need:
2 - Dozen (24) medium or large eggs
2 - Cups of white granulated sugar
2 - Cups of white distilled vinegar
2 - 15oz. (or close to it) cans of whole red beets
1 - 4-Quart container with lid. Glass is preferable but plastic may be used
Step 1: Boil the eggs
After 10 or 11 minutes, remove the eggs from the stove using oven mitts or a pot holder and run cold water into them until they are cool. Let them sit in the cold water for about 15 more minutes and then peel them and set in the refrigerator for now.
OR you can usually buy eggs already boiled, peeled, and bagged at most grocery stores. I have never used these so I can't say what the consistency or flavor of them will be.
*Boiling water can cause severe burns. Please use caution and NEVER walk away from a pot that is on the stove! (You'll see why later) Keep all handles turned in so you don't accidentally knock it off of the stove.
**If any of your eggs float to the top in cold water (before boiling) , they are most likely rotten. Do NOT use them!