If you've taken steps to reduce the number of food additives and commercial dyes you consume, you'll be especially interested in these DIY natural dyes for Easter eggs sans FD&C Red Dye 40.
Over at the kid-centric blog My Little Hen, they've put together a guide for using natural sources of dye to colour your eggs. Rather than bust out the technicolour power packets, they outline different substances from your kitchen you can use to dye your eggs free from commercial dye. The photo above is an example of an egg dyed using blueberries — even if you're not trying to avoid commercial dye the results from the natural dyes they used are really stunning.
Check out the full post below to see how they used everything from blueberries to Daffodils to paprika to give their eggs a dose of soft pastel colour. Have a clever kitchen hack, holiday-related or otherwise, to share? Let's hear about it in the comments.