Throughly wash six of the extra large plastic eggs. If the eggs have holes in them, use tape to seal the holes completely from the outside. You could also use regular size eggs, you just won't be able to fit as much candy inside.
Use a non-stick baking spray or coconut oil to lightly grease the inside of the eggs. Don't skip this step or the gummy eggs will break when you're trying to get them out.
For the Gummy Eggs
Divide lemonade into three containers. You want 2/3 cup + 1/2 cup in each of the containers.
Add sugar and food coloring to lemonade to create desired colors. For darker colors, you only need 1-2 drops and for lighter colors, you'll want 3-4 drops. Mix thoroughly until well combined.
Split each container of lemonade into two containers, making sure one container is microwave safe. You'll have two containers of each color lemonade - one to heat and one to remain at room temperature or cold.
Microwave one container of each color of lemonade for one minute or until hot. Remove from the microwave.
Mix 1 TBS of Vital Proteins beef gelatin into the cold lemonade then immediately mix in the hot lemonade of the same color, mixing until the gelatin is completely dissolved into the liquid.
Pour colored lemonade into two of the prepared plastic egg shells, filling the top and bottom of each egg.
Repeat the same process with the other two lemonade colors so you end up with six (twelve total halves) fill plastic eggs.
Place in refrigerator and set until the gummy mixture is completely set, I recommend an hour.
Remove the eggs from the refrigerator and use a knife or spoon to take out a small scoop from each egg. You don't want the scoop to be too big or the egg shell with collapse on itself once removed from the plastic egg.
Gently use a butter knife to loosen the gummy eggs from the plastic eggs, like if you were getting a muffin out of a muffin tin.
Pat the plastic egg gently until the gelatin egg half comes out.
Place the bottom of the egg in an egg holder, fill with a few pieces of Easter candy, then top with the matching eggshell half. Repeat with all of the eggs.
Keep eggs refrigerated until you are planning to serve them.