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Read a blog post about Easter egg colouring.

Many people prefer not to buy artificial pigments and instead use an affordable, natural, synthetic-free and most important sustainable way to colour Easter eggs.

To remain more natural this Easter, here are 4 options.

  • Onion skins.

A natural dye made from onion skins results in a stunning variety of rich red and brown hues. Don't worry, the eggs won't taste or smell like onions! All you need to do is boil the onion skins, let the eggs soak in the dye, and then dry them. It's really easy and you don't need to be an expert. Plus, it looks great when you use a combination of brown and white eggs.

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  • Turmeric powder.
Another natural dye option for colouring Easter eggs is turmeric powder. It's effortless to use and will give your eggs a lovely yellow colour. If you use white eggs, the hue will be lighter, while brown eggs will have a darker shade. The more turmeric powder you put in the water, the stronger the colour will be.

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  • Beetroot.
To get a pink colour, boil eggs together with peeled beets. This way, the eggs will be coloured, and the beets can be used to make a salad.

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  • Coffee.
Coffee is a powerful natural dye that can be used when colouring Easter eggs. It can turn white eggs into light brown in just a few hours, similar to the result when using onion skins. It's important to note that dyeing eggs with coffee is an easy process that doesn't require any special skills or a lot of time.

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