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Goodbye Boring Chocolate Eggs…. Hello Easter Cheese Egg!

Goodbye Boring Chocolate Eggs…. Hello Easter Cheese Egg!


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The Cheester Egg is a savory alternative to the traditional Easter treat from UK cheese enthusiast blog ‘So Wrong it’s Nom’

Don’t consume these before Gouda Friday.

When you’re not a big fan of sweets, Easter baskets can be a bit of a bummer. Invented by U.K. blogger and devoted cheese enthusiast Annem Hobson, 27, who writes for “So Wrong it’s Nom,” the Cheester Egg is a nine-ounce oval made of solid, crumbly, semi-hard cheese from Wildes Cheese, which was named London’s favorite cheese in 2015.

“Chocolate is okay, but it’s a little boring, and frankly I’m sick of seeing it dominating key retail periods,” Hobson told the Daily Mail.

If this religiously-themed cheese product sounds familiar at all, you may remember the cheese Advent calendar which Hobson sold (and sold out of) during the holiday season last year.

The £14.95 ($18.66) Cheester Egg can be ordered online. (As a warning: They’re sold out right now due to popular demand, but we hope they will be restocked before Easter comes.)


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


Super easy way to color Easter eggs with markers instead of dye

I don’t like dyeing eggs. Well, let me amend that statement: I don’t like dyeing eggs with kids. It’s messy (cups full of DYE? whose idea was that. ) and it’s actually kind of boring (dunk egg. wait. remove egg. dunk another. wait some more.). So every year I try to come up with a new way to dye eggs that’s both less messy and more fun than dunking eggs in dye. Last year the kids and I colored eggs with tissue paper, and the year before that we used tattoo paper to make floral Easter eggs.

This year we made gorgeous watercolor eggs using markers and sandwich bags!

Sounds a little weird, right? Yes, you can color eggs with markers and plastic sandwich bags! It’s fun because you get to play with color mixing and it’s easy enough for very young children.

We love how they turned out!

Here’s how it works. Grab some Crayola markers (just the classic markers, not washable ones) and a few ziplock sandwich bags. You’ll also need a cup of water and a stack of napkins.

And eggs! We used hardboiled eggs, but you can also use craft eggs. Walmart sells a nice set of fake eggs that are completely recyclable for about $2/dozen. We tried this technique with some of those as well and it worked great.


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