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Crackled Easter Eggs

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Since Easter is almost here I thought I would do a kid friendly activity which you can eat after there done. It is called 'Crackled Easter Eggs'. For most I'm sure it brings back memories of childhood. When dipping the hard boiled eggs into the color dye remember the dye sometimes leaks through onto the egg. Most dyes if eaten or swallowed can lead to health problems. Use food coloring instead it's safer. Here I the link to the web page http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/holidays/crackled-easter-eggs/.

They have Easter Egg hunts in Boston, Massachusetts that start April 19. Bring the family because there are so many fun activities for the kids. Activities include face painting, balloon animals, egg hunt and more!

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