DIY Hard-Boiled Dinosaur Eggs for Jurassic World

by Jenn

This post is sponsored by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

We have been super pumped for the release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom now available on Blu-Ray!  So pumped that I had a little fun and making hard-boiled dinosaur eggs for our family movie night.  We have family movie night about once a week, but this is an extra special family movie night. Not only have we been waiting for the release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom but we also received fun goodies to make our family movie night a little extra special. Which is what made me want to add to our themed family movie night by making the hard-boiled dinosaur eggs.

DIY Hard Boiled Dinosaur Eggs

If you didn’t already know, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is now available on Blu-ray, featuring more than an hour of bonus content.  Yes, you can bring home the non-stop adventure, see what happens now that the park is gone, and learn the incredible twist.  Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom continues the thrilling series we all grew up loving.  The adventure 65 million years in the making is still captivating audiences of all ages, and I we loved the new chapter, the fact that there are MORE dinosaurs than any other Jurassic film.  Oh, and I love that Blue is still around, I can’t tell you how exciting it was to see Blue and Own interact again.

Family movie night

Before I jump into showing you how to make the JURASSIC WORLD Dinosaur Eggs, I would love to share a little about our movie night.  It was one of the best movies night we have had in a long time, and it started from second the girls got home from school.

Let’s say, I wasn’t the only one who was feeling our JURASSIC WORLD family movie night.  My two girls were excited about our Jurassic World family movie night too.  Mattie found the dinosaur hand stamp in our goodie box and wouldn’t allow anyone into the room until they had been stamped by her dinosaur stamp.

Jurassic World

Yes, before you could enter the room, you had to have a stamp, and trust me Mattie was checking.


Oh, and you could not watch the movie unless you had your #TeamJurrasic shirt on.  Trust me on this one, my youngest sent me back to my room to change. Yes, even after I made them hard-boiled dinosaur eggs and provided fun JURASSIC WORLD snacks for the movie.  It wasn’t a bad thing, everyone wearing their #TeamJurassic shirts made watching the movie that much more fun for everyone.

Family movie night

It was time to sit down and put on our new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Blu-Ray on!  I don’t know what was better, the movie or watching my kid’s reaction to the movie.  It took me back to when I was their age and watched the first Jurassic Park movie with my parents.

Family movie night

I can think of tons of reasons to watch JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM but without a doubt watching my kids reaction to the film, the special effects, and remembering back to when I was their age and the feeling I had watching the first Jurassic Park is without a doubt on the top of my list.  Watching my kids was an awesome way to travel back in time to when I first saw Jurassic Park with my parents.

DIY Hard Boiled Dinosaur Eggs

Of course, the special effects of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom are much more impressive and the leap in time opens a new world filled with incredible, breathtaking scenes and don’t forget more dinosaurs.  My family loves all the Jurassic films and we are happy to have added Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom to our collection.  If you haven’t already watched the film and loved the other Jurassic films, I suggest watching it.

DIY Hard-Boiled Dinosaur Eggs for Jurassic World

Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )
Serves: 12 Prep Time: Cooking Time: Nutrition facts: 500 calories 10 fat


  • 6 eggs (more if you want to make more)
  • Food coloring
  • Water
  • Glasses


Start by boiling your eggs.  There are several methods you can use; just stick to whatever works best for you.

Allow the eggs to cool and crack them all over.  FYI, it’s okay if there are pieces missing.

Add just enough water to your cups to cover the eggs.

Add food coloring to each cup.  I added about 6 drops.

Drop one cracked egg into your cups and allow it to sit for a few hours in the refrigerator.  The longer you can let them sit, the bolder your colors will be.

Remove the egg from the cup, peel off the shell, and enjoy your fun hard-boiled dinosaur eggs.

Be sure to check out some of our other fun kids recipes.

Have you picked up a copy of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom?  If so how are you planning on celebrating your movie night?

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1 comment

Ashly Pashlee September 21, 2018 - 11:10 am

Omg I love this so much! So cute!


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