This post is sponsored by Snack Pack®. All opinions are 100% my own.
Easter is less than 2 weeks away, and so instead of dying Easter eggs at the last possible moment, as we usually do, I decided to pick up some Easter egg dye, Snack Pack® Pudding Cups and eggs this weekend, and let my daughter start decorating a little earlier this year.
You’re probably wondering why the pudding? What do Snack Pack® Pudding Cups and dying Easter eggs have to do with one another? Well – while Snack Pack® Pudding is an easy go-to snack for your kids, make sure to save all of the empty pudding cups because they are the perfect size for dying Easter eggs. They are especially good for those little fingers that can’t quite figure out how to use the egg dippers!
Just add some vinegar to each of the empty Snack Pack Pudding Cups and drop in the dye tablets. Once they have dissolved you can add in more vinegar for a deeper color or water for a more pastel color. Either way, fill up the cups about 2/3’s. This will give you enough room to dip in the eggs without them spilling.
Once your kids have finished dying their Easter eggs the cups can just be recycled for quick clean up or saved for another use.
This spring, take a moment to slow down and enjoy a tasty and fun treat with the kids and then have some fun dying Easter eggs! Snack Pack® comes in a variety of flavors and offers endless mix-in opportunities the kids can help prepare. Each serving of Snack Pack® is fortified with as much calcium as an 8-ounce glass of milk,* so you can feel good about serving your kids Snack Pack®. For mix-in inspiration, visit Snack Pack® on Pinterest and Facebook.
*All Snack Pack products contain 30% DV calcium, with the exception of Bakery Shop Lemon Meringue Pie, Lemon Pudding, and Snack Pack® Gels.