Mexican Confetti eggs are an Easter tradition, in Mexico of course. They are also known as cascarones. It is a fun tradition the kids love.
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Mexican Confetti Eggs

Mexican Confetti eggs are an Easter tradition, in Mexico of course. They are also known as cascarones. It is a fun tradition that consists of smashing confetti filled egg shells on each others heads and letting the confetti wash over you. I have so many wonderful memories of this, that I make sure to do this every year with my kids. If I remember, I start saving the egg shells in January. The kids love it!  They are easy to make and are so much more fun than painted hard-boiled eggs. Even after living in this country for 9 years I still think painted hard boiled eggs are the weirdest thing ever. What do you do with the eggs? Are they part of the Easter egg hunt? Who eats all those eggs?

How to Make Mexican Confetti Eggs

1. Tap the top of the egg with the dull side of a knife, just enough to crack it. Using your thumb and forefinger make the hole a bit bigger. Pour egg out and wash shell. Let dry at least 24 hours.

Mexican Confetti eggs are an Easter tradition, in Mexico of course. They are also known as cascarones. It is a fun tradition the kids love.2. Once shells are dry you can paint them any way you like. I find that the vinegar paint dip that works very well with hard boiled eggs does not work well with these. You can use sharpies, acrylic paints, stickers, markers, etc.

3. Let eggs dry.

4. Cut tissue paper into 1.5 inch squares

 

Mexican Confetti eggs are an Easter tradition, in Mexico of course. They are also known as cascarones. It is a fun tradition the kids love.

Mexican Confetti eggs are an Easter tradition, in Mexico of course. They are also known as cascarones. It is a fun tradition the kids love.

5. Fill the eggs with confetti.

6. Spread glue around the opening of the already filled eggs, and place the tissue paper on top.

Mexican Confetti eggs are an Easter tradition, in Mexico of course. They are also known as cascarones. It is a fun tradition the kids love.

7. Let dry.

8. On Easter, hide the eggs and let children find them. Once everyone has collected their eggs, the fun begins. Smash an egg over a family member’s head and watch the confetti pour out all over! Repeat as many times as possible. Happy Easter!

 

  • Fran L.

    Fun!! So my house is going to be a mess on Saturday!! I am still finding confetti from New Years Eve!!

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  • What do you do with all the yokes and whites?

    M will eat the whole hard boiled egg. R will not touch them. I will eat the whites as I find the yokes to be dry and pasty and yucky. DH eats egg salad sandwiches.

    I cut down on waste by dying un-cooked eggs and hard boiled eggs.

    • I usually start collecting the egg shells a month or two before. So when I do scrambled eggs or anything that requires eggs I’ll make a hole at the top of the egg, pour the egg out, and save the shell.

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