How to Make Cascarones + Video

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Easter confetti eggs

Coloring eggshells, filling them with confetti, hiding them for our Easter egg hunt, and then breaking them on the head of someone else has always been a part of our Easter tradition.

supplies to make cascarones

The day before Easter we had a blast making cascarones (confetti eggs). Every color of the rainbow was beautifully displayed.

supplies cascarones

Today we continue the tradition with our own children. It’s always so much fun to see each person’s creativity during egg coloring time. 

cascarones egg chells

The kids really get into it and every year they get more and more creative.

cascarones confetti eggs

Make a dozen or more and celebrate Easter by breaking your cascarones over your friends’ or family members’ heads.

cascarones confetti eggs

Legend has it that it’s good luck if you have a cascarón broken over one’s head.

cascarones confetti eggs

Watch this video to see how simple cascarones are to make.

easter girl cascarones

Will you be making cascarones this year with your children?

How to Make Cascarones

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  • Gently tap the top of an egg.
  • Peel away a small 1/2 inch hole.
  • Empty contents of the egg out into a bowl.
  • Thoroughly rinse the eggshell and shake out excess water. Let the eggshell air dry upside down in an empty egg carton.
  • Dye the eggshells using an egg coloring kit.
  • When the eggshells are dry fill with confetti.
  • Once filled, apply glue around the outside of the hole and cover with tissue paper.
  • Make a dozen or more and celebrate Easter by breaking your cascaronesover your friends' or family members' heads.


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Written by Yvette / Photos by Jeanine / Adorable photo of li’l Danica courtesy of my cousin Brenda