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Easter stories

By Charles Hopkins Published 03/13/2006 | Religion

Easter time is a great time to enjoy those wonderful Easter stories. You can make your own Easter eggs yourself with your family and friends for your Easter holiday.  These are easy and fun things to do and you will love the end results.  Many people like to do their Easter eggs the night before Easter so that they are fresh and delicious on Easter morning.  They can also share their great Easter egg stories with their friends the next day. 

Easter eggs are also known as hard-boiled eggs.  You wan to make sure that you do this so that you do not have a mess if you drop one and hard-boiled eggs taste great.  After you have boiled your eggs for the recommended time of at least three minutes, you can then let them cool down.  You want your eggs to be cool so that they do not crack while you are decorating them.  You will have so much fun decorating your eggs and telling great stories with your loved ones. 

Coloring your Easter eggs is a fun treat for anyone of any age.  It does not matter if you are a kid or an adult, it is just as much fun to do year after year.  You can choose any color or any color combination that you want.  You can buy the kits from the store or you can make your own colors from vinegar and food coloring.  Simply dunk your eggs in the color and within a few minutes you will have great looking colored Easter eggs to enjoy.

Your Easter eggs will look great in anyones Easter basket for Easter Sunday.  You can give them as gifts to your friends and family.  They will appreciate the time that you took to make them a special egg just for them.  Not only that, but they can eat them too.  They are hard boiled so all you have to do is peel the shell off of it and you are ready to dig in.

If you do not want to eat your eggs right away, you can use them for a great Easter egg hunt in the yard with the kids.  This is a fun idea that will have everyone having a great time.  You simply hide the eggs and then let the kids go and search for them.  The more that they find, the more rewards they will get.  You will be amazed at how much fun the kids will have with this creative hide and seek game. 

You can also eat your Easter eggs at your Easter dinner.  You can peel them and eat them as is or you can turn them into pickled eggs.  They will go great with your Easter ham and Easter potatoes.  This is another tradition that everyone will love.  The best part about it is that you can use the left over Easter eggs as left over.  You can turn the eggs into egg salad, deviled eggs, and even use them in potato salad.  You will definitely get a lot of use from all of your Easter eggs. 

You cannot have a great Easter without sharing your wonderful Easter stories