Get ready for nesting season with these clever seed eggs! Angie Dixon from Blaine, Washington, has mastered this technique and sells the eggs on her website. To try these yourself, just follow Angie's simple recipe.
- 1/3 cup gelatin
- 1-1/2 cups water
- 8 cups birdseed
Mix gelatin and water over low heat until the gelatin is melted and clear. Remove from heat and stir in birdseed. Stir until there is no dry seed. Form mixture into egg shapes. Use plastic Easter eggs as a mold to get the egg shape. Refrigerate for two to four hours and dry on baking rack for three days.