Silk tie-dyed eggs have become one of the most innovative ways to dye an Easter egg, but I go a step further. I pull out my amazing instant pot and use it to help in the process and the final product is amazing. A family tradition in our home is dying Easter eggs, we have done it all the years, and we have had a lot of fun doing it. I wanted to change things up from the traditional box dyes you use with vinegar and water, and transform the eggs into unique Easter eggs.
Died Deviled Eggs Make the colors just as you would easter egg dye. A teaspoonful of cider vinegar in each glass helps. I used about 3 drops of food coloring in each glass. Pull out when they are a pastel color. Drain on paper towel, then fill.
All you will need is hard boiled eggs, natural ingredients for the dye (vegetables, fruits and spices), distilled white vinegar, a tea kettle with boiling water and enough mason jars to pair with each (Ingredients Recipes Egg Whites)