Edible Easter Eggs

There will be a lot of dyed eggs for Easter, but if you're going to eat them, you usually have to remove the colorful part first. Not so with these eggs! Jayne at Barefoot Kitchen Witch adapted the recipe for Chinese tea eggs to dye the edible parts of hard boiled eggs in bright holiday colors. You can serve them peeled in all their neon glory. Link -via the Presurfer

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ACK! That's my friend Jayne's site! Woo! People, bookmark Barefoot Kitchen Witch and visit it! She has an incredible sense of humor and her kids are adorable. I'd read it even if we weren't friends ;)
I'm giddy that she's featured here - she's hit the big time! :D
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