Slow Cooker Dyed Easter Eggs
These Slow Cooker Dyed Easter Eggs are such a great way to dye and hardboil your eggs at the same time!
Easter is right around the corner and I love dyeing eggs. When I figured out I could dye eggs in the slow cooker I was impressed!!
It is so easy to create these brightly colored eggs right in the crockpot. What I love best is you put your raw eggs in the slow cooker and they hardboil and dye at the same time!! I love the vibrant color these eggs achieved, so pretty.
I did four sections and used 4 colors but you can make more sections if you like.
I think my favorite part of making these in the slow cooker was how I did not get a lick of dye on my hands! I spend most of Easter trying to scrub all the dye off my hands lol.
I cant believe how well this worked, I was so happy with how they turned out!
So this Easter if you want to make some colorful eggs in a snap just pop them in the slow cooker!
You will love these eggs because it is
- Vibrant colors
- Saves time
How to make these Slow Cooker Dyed Easter Eggs
- Full tutorial below.
- Fold over pieces of foil into squares that fit into your slow cooker and separate the slow cooker into 4 sections.
- Place a slow cooker liner into each section and roll the sides down to fit into your slow cooker.
- Place 4 eggs into each section.
- Add as much food coloring as you like into each section.
- Add 3-4 cups of water into each section until the eggs are covered.
- Slow cook on low for 4-6 hours.
- Remove the eggs from the slow cooker using a slotted spoon and place them on paper towel lined tray to dry.
Items you need
- Full tutorial below
- 16 eggs- Use whatever size you like
- 16 cups water- you will use around this much, depending on your slow cooker size and the size of your eggs you may need more or less.
- Food colors- I like to use the neon colors
- Heavy duty aluminum foil- Heavy duty foil stands up better and makes the dividers sturdier.
- Slow cooker liners- These are what keep the eggs separated.
This is the slow cooker I like- Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker
I like to use these food colorings- Neon food coloring
What size slow cooker is best?
This works in any slow cooker but of course the bigger the better because you will be able to dye many eggs at once.
Can I use an egg dye kit?
Yes! You can certainly use the dye tablets that come in the Easter Egg Dye Kits.
Are these safe to eat?
If properly refrigerated after cooking then these will be safe to eat!
Want more Easter recipes? Check out these!
Slow Cooker Dyed Easter Eggs
These Slow Cooker Dyed Easter Eggs are such a great way to make Easter Eggs!! The
slow cooker dyes and hardboils the eggs at the same time! You just add the water and food
coloring and eggs into the slow cooker and let it do all the work for you! You get perfectly dyed boiled eggs with just one step!
- ● 16 eggs
- ● 16 cups water
- ● 4 food colors
- ● Heavy duty aluminum foil
- ● Slow cooker liners
1. Fold over pieces of foil into squares that fit into your slow cooker and separate the slow cooker into 4 sections.
2. Place a slow cooker liner into each section and roll the sides down to fit into your slow cooker.
3. Place 4 eggs into each section.
4. Add as much food coloring as you like into each section.
5. Add 3-4 cups of water into each section until the eggs are covered.
6. Slow cook on low for 4-6 hours.
7. Remove the eggs from the slow cooker using a slotted spoon and place them on paper towel lined tray to dry.
● You can add more eggs in each section if they fit.
● I like to use vibrant food coloring for best results.
● Each slow cooker is different so you just have to fold the aluminum foil until it fits your slow cooker.