Yes, you can dye brown eggs! Natural dyes work beautifully with organic brown eggs, creating rich, muted colors. Try natural dyes from beets (pink), turmeric or boiled onion skins (yellow), and boiled red cabbage leaves (blue).
Experiment with colorful herbal teas, black tea, coffee, grape juice, spinach, paprika, and even onion skins.
Food-grade egg dyes also work on brown eggs. Try preparing the solutions with less water, for strong, rich colors. They will not mask the brown entirely; rather they will blend with the egg's natural color to create a unique, textured look.
Be sure to wash your hands (and any small hands involved) before handling eggs.
Refrigerate hard-cooked eggs after coloring them. The USDA advises discarding any cooked eggs that have been held at room temperature for more than two hours.
Try using bright, reusable plastic eggs filled with eco-friendly treats for children's hunts. Hard-cooked eggs may crack, allowing bacteria to enter and grow inside the protein-rich egg, so the real ones are at their best in the kitchen.