Choose Local Kaua’i Eggs for your Easter Festivities

🐣 This Easter, make your celebrations extra special with our locally sourced eggs. Hand-picked from our community’s finest farms, our local Kaua’i eggs offer exceptional quality and freshness that you can taste in every bite!

🎨 Perfect for Decorating: With their beautiful natural hues, our brown eggs provide a stunning canvas for your Easter egg decorating endeavors. Let your creativity soar as you craft unique and vibrant designs with your loved ones.

🌱 Supporting Local: By choosing our local Kaua’i eggs, you’re not just getting superior quality; you’re also supporting our community’s hardworking farmers and sustainable agriculture practices.

🌷Visit our store today to pick up your farm-fresh brown eggs and embark on an Easter egg-citing journey of taste and tradition. From dyeing and decorating to egg hunts and beyond, let our brown eggs be the centerpiece of your Easter celebrations this year! 🐣🥚

Dyeing W/Natural Colors:

One of the most classic methods involves dyeing eggs with food coloring or natural dyes. You can create vibrant colors by mixing different shades and patterns using various techniques like dipping, marbleizing, or speckling. Create your natural dye by utilizing our local produce available at Mālama Kaua’i.

Here are a few items to naturally get beautiful colors just in time for easter!

  • Red/pink: Beets, raspberries, cranberries
  • Yellow/orange: Turmeric, onion skins, carrots, saffron
  • Blue/purple: Blueberries, red cabbage, purple grape juice
  • Green: Spinach leaves, parsley

Click here for a step-by-step guide into creating colorful eggs from plants!

Washi Tape:

Washi tape, so many colors and patterns, it offers a quick and easy way to decorate Easter eggs. Simply cut and adhere strips of washi tape onto the surface of the egg to create stripes, geometric patterns, or even intricate designs.

Natural Elements:

For a rustic and organic look, consider decorating eggs with natural elements such as leaves, flowers, or herbs. Secure the natural elements onto the egg using adhesive or by wrapping the egg with a thin piece of fabric before boiling and dyeing

Remember to soak the onion skins for a few hours or overnight, to obtain that beautiful rich color. You can choose to soak the prepared eggs with them to start the coloring process, or just add them to boiling colored water.

Click here for a step-by step guide on preparing these unique Easter eggs.


Achieve a tie-dye effect by wrapping eggs with rubber bands before dyeing them. The areas covered by the rubber bands will resist the dye, creating unique patterns and designs once the bands are removed.

Mix different dye colors to create custom shades and experiment with dipping techniques to achieve unique patterns and designs. Be gentle when handling the dyed eggs, as they may be more fragile after the dyeing process.

Buying local produce also directly invests in the well-being of our region, ensuring that farmers can continue to cultivate their land and provide us with fresh, nutritious, and flavorful food. Don’t miss the opportunity to gather your ingredients from