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The Easter season and Passover are both underway, and store shelves are overflowing with chocolate bunnies, filled eggs, jelly beans and candied fruit slices. The members of the features staff got to thinking ... if the store-bought stuff is good, is it possible that DIY candy would be even better?

We took to our test kitchens (cleverly disguised as the kitchens in our homes) to see if do-it-yourself marshmallow eggs, peanut butter eggs, gumdrops and matzo brittle were better. Here are what we found out ...

Using ingredients straight from your kitchen, these dyed Easter eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate. 

Using ingredients straight from your kitchen, these dyed Easter eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate.

Using ingredients straight from your kitchen, these dyed Easter eggs make a fun and festive way to celebrate. 

This tutorial keeps things simple and relies on natural ingredients, which result in rich, jewel-toned dyes that cover the egg in a wash of color but also let the shell’s speckled beauty show through. Drawing on spring’s color palette for inspiration — from robin’s egg blue to daffodil yellow — the dye recipes shared here require little more than a few kitchen ingredients and a bit of patience.