Brown eggs vs white eggs?
I was always under the assumption that brown eggs would not dye well, if at all. Last year, owning my own chickens that were only brown egg layers, I purchased white eggs from the supermarket just to dye for Easter. For some reason, those eggs didn't cook well nor did they dye well. I had a mess on my hands! Because I needed to have dyed eggs for a breakfast that I was serving, I bit the bullet and tried dyeing my farm raised brown eggs.
The result - gorgeous!!! Rich, gorgeous, "country colored" eggs.You may want to allow them to sit a little longer than you would your white eggs, but well worth the extra few minutes. If you have never dyed brown eggs, I encourage you to try them for youself. I really believe you will absolutely love the results!!!