**This is not my original idea. The credit for this post goes to a friend of mine Joy who gave me permission to share this and her pictures with you.**
Joy has a daughter that is highly allergic to eggs and wanted her to be able to participate in the fun of dying Easter Eggs. She came up with an idea that is brilliant and fun!
Dye-able Rice Krispie Treat Eggs
- 18 + Average Size Plastic Eggs
- Powdered Sugar
- Cooking Spray
- Milk or Milk substitute *if you are dairy free*
- Box of Rice Krispies
- Food Dye (Joy used PAAS Color Snaps)
You can sterilize the plastic eggs either using hot soapy water letingt dry, spraying them with 90 % alcohol letting dry or even using a 10% bleach and water solution and of course letting dry.
Next you will want to grease the inside of the plastic eggs using either cooking spray or butter/margarine.
Time to prepare a basic recipe for rice krispie treats (here). While the treat mixture is still warm you want to mold your eggs. Put the treat mixture into the top and bottom portion of the eggs and close.
The treat eggs are going to need to cool for at least 4-6 hours. Towards the end of their cooling phase mix together a simple frosting recipe of:
4 tbsp of butter/margarine
4 c of powdered sugar
Milk or milk substitute to desired frosting texture/thickness
Remove your treat eggs from their plastic shell and cover in frosting. Set on wax paper to allow the frosting to harden.
Once the frosting has hardened your Egg Free Easter Eggs are ready to decorate. Use food dye or PAAS color snaps (I am not sure if PAAS dyes are edible I know they are are food safe, so use your best judgment) to decorate your treat eggs.
I hope you enjoyed reading and a big thank you to Joy for allowing me to share her egg craft with you all.
Til Next Time~Mia
Partying Over at:
Be Different Act Normal ~ Show and Tell Saturday
DIY Showoff ~ That DIY Party
The Idea Room ~ The Party Bunch
Craft O Maniac ~ Sunday Soirée
C.R.A.F.T. ~ Monday Fun Day
Krafty Kards ~ Krafty Inspiration
Sew Can Do ~ Craftastic Monday