Rather than me blowing out eggs until I am light headed and woozy this year, I decided to try to pass the torch to our son, the teenager.
It’s a learned skill. With much practice, I learned from my mother it is the best way to color eggs with kids at Easter. But…it’s not an easily learned skill the teenager found.
Blowing out eggs takes practice.
A lot of practice.
But you eventually start gathering a bowl full of egg whites and yolks to scramble up for our next meal.
Miss A found the blown out egg shells to be quite entertaining before our coloring even began.
The teenager tediously trekked through blowing out 20 eggs…with about another half dozen egg failures.
He learned blowing out eggs is an art…and a chore. My egg blowing torch has been passed to the next generation at our house.
Eventually we got to coloring eggs at our house.
Do you boil eggs for coloring or are delicately blowing out eggs your Easter tradition?
Or do you just skip the whole egg coloring experience all together?