Easter is around the corner and with that brings all kinds of fun activities for kids and adults.

While Easter marks the end of the “Holiday Season,” it also celebrates the introduction of a new season, spring. Easter provides the perfect opportunity for kids to go on Easter egg hunts and open baskets delivered by the Easter bunny. But this day is also significant for bringing families together and celebrating the end of winter.

While decorating and coloring eggs is an enjoyable Easter activity, so is devouring those delicious (and sometimes devilish) delicacies. But you don’t have to buy an egg dyeing kit to produce beautifully colored Easter eggs.

Eco egg dyeing is a great way to introduce your children to natural ingredients while teaching them how to be creative with items found around your kitchen and in your pantry.

Here are some innovative, ecofriendly techniques for decorating eggs that we hope you will enjoy with your family. And, when you’re done ‘dyeing’ from all this fun, we’ve included a healthy recipe for divine deviled eggs.

Natural egg dyeing and healthy deviled eggs