~Baked Easter Eggs~

Baked Eggs instead of Boiled Eggs
The chickens on the farm lay colorful eggs - browns, tans, dark and very soft greens, soft light blues, as well as white. There is only one white egg in the pan shown here. The rest are a light powder blue or very light green. (Hard to see in the picture) So no need to dye them when they are already beautifully colored.

How to:

  • Preheat the oven to 325 Degrees. For some ovens, 350 degrees. (Some ovens run hotter or cooler than others.)
  • Place eggs into muffin pan. One per opening.
  • Bake eggs for about 30 Minutes.
  • Have a bowl of ice water ready when the 30 minutes is about up.
  • Place eggs into the iced water for about 5-10 minutes to cool them down.

Using a paint pen - Draw designs or patterns on the eggs. We used white paint pens since our eggs were already naturally colorful.
You can write saying on the eggs, verses, or names. Be creative! 

Our finished eggs
Christ the Lord is Risen Today!