For Easter eggs of course.

Some of the coolest pigments come from the produce section or your local farmer’s market and grocery.

This fun project calls for mixing 1 quart water with 2 tablespoons white vinegar, bring to a boil, then follow the steps below for different color choices.

Beets:

Soak 4 cups chopped beets in mixture 30 minutes. Strain, then let eggs sit in liquid for 30 mins, more for deeper tones.

Onions:

Add 4 cups of yellow onion skins to mixture. Simmer 30 minutes, strain. Allo eggs to sit in liquid 30 minutes or longer to achieve the the color you desire.

Turmeric:

Add 3 tablespoons turmeric to mixture. Simmer 30 minutes, let cool and soak eggs in mixture until they reach the desired shade.

Cabbage:

Add 3 cups red or purple cabbage to mixture. Simmer 30 minutes, then strain. Allow eggs to soak overnight for the brightest shade.

Blueberries:

Combine 4 cups blueberries with mixture. Simmer 30 minutes, strain, then allow eggs to sit in liquid 30 minutes or more for deeper tones.