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These Chocolate Easter Nests are perfect for baking with children. They only require a few basic ingredients and don’t need any complicated cooking skills to turn out fantastic.
The recipe below makes enough for 6 Easter nests, but the ingredients can easily be adapted to make as many as you like.
 I’ve seen various recipes for Chocolate Easter Nests which use noodles, but this recipe calls for All-Bran cereal. I know some people aren’t keen on the flavour of this cereal, but you won’t notice it at all once it’s coated in thick milk chocolate!
Chocolate Easter Nests
200g milk chocolate
20g butter
60g All-Bran cereal
18 small chocolate eggs
1. Melt the chocolate and butter together in the microwave or in a saucepan over a low heat. Stir frequently to avoid burning.
2. Pour the cereal into the chocolate and stir well until all the sticks are well-coated.
3. Shape into 6 nests with a spoon and create a little well in the middle of each nest.
4. Place 3 small chocolate eggs in the centre of each nest and leave in the fridge for at least 1 hour to set.

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9 Responses to Chocolate Easter Nests

  1. Easter is very near now and it is wonderful to see Easter recipes. I like how everything is arranged here. Looks beautiful and I am sure delicious too. Thanks for adding it to Creative Monday. Happy Easter!

  2. These are so adorable! Thanks for sharing at Must Try Monday

  3. These are adorable :) thank you for sharing with us at Creative Mondays :)

  4. CraveCute says:

    These look darling and sound yummy!

  5. Making these tomorrow!!

  6. Great idea & looks lovely! There’s an award waiting for you at my blog. Do come & grap it! I really like your awesome & sweet blog! Happy Easter, Nicola! :)

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