Mosaic Easter Eggs
The credit for this cool take on Chinese tea eggs goes to Jayne at The Barefoot Kitchen Witch. The traditional Chinese tea eggs are made by boiling an egg, rolling them to crack their shells and then soaking them in tea. These fun and edible substitutes are made by soaking the cracked eggs in food dye in the refrigerator overnight.
See Jayne's post with mosaic egg instructions here, and visit Mental Floss for eight other fun food ideas for Easter, including my personal favorite, zombie bunnies. So deliciously holiday irreverent.
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