Chocolate egg nest Easter treats !

 

These sweet little chocolate egg nests will bound to be a hit in your household this Easter. Incredibly easy to make using only THREE ingredients! and budget friendly, why not try your hand at making these cute little treats this Easter

 


Ingredients


 

 

All ingredients bought from Coles Supermarket

Darrell Lea speckled milk chocolate eggs

Changs long life noodles

Milk chocolate baking chips

*Note- Although not noted in recipe, I would suggest adding two tablespoons of peanut butter to the recipe. I will include this into the instructions below*

 


Steps


 

♡ I couldn’t find the exact noodles I was after and after opening these ones I soon discovered they were incredibly hard to break apart. BUT, that didn’t matter as all I did was place the noodles into a large sandwich bad and using a wooden spoon, I hit the noodles until they were mostly crushed in order to break them apart. You still want them to resemble “branches” so don’t crush them too finely. Any type of hard noodle will work for this recipe, just make sure they are not flavoured

 

 

♡ Place the crushed noodles into a medium sized bowl and place to the side as you will now need to melt your chocolate and peanut butter

 

♡ If you are using all of the noodles I would suggest you melt all of the chocolate baking chips. As I only made a few nests I used about half of the chocolate chips and about two handfuls of the noodles. Place the chocolate chips into a bowl and microwave until they make a smooth consistency. You can also melt your peanut butter in the microwave as well so it will blend more easily with the chocolate, however just be careful as it won’t need to be melted as long as the chocolate

 

♡ Pour the melted chocolate and peanut butter mixture into the crushed noodle’s and stir until well combined. All the chocolate/ peanut butter should cover the noodles generously. If not, just melt some more and add into mixture

 

 

♡ Now take a spoonful of the mixture (have a tray lined with baking paper ready) and place onto your tray in the shape of a little birds nest. If you are able to, try and make a little well in the centre of the mixture as this will be where your eggs will sit

 

 

♡ Place your tray into the fridge to set. I left mine in for 30 minutes. Once they are nicely set you can place your chocolate eggs on top and voila! Your little chocolate egg nests are now ready to eat!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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