Happy Easter Everyone!
A treat I think is so cute, easy, and festive to make are Easter nests! With only three ingredients it makes for a fun activity to do with kids as well… (and honestly so good you’ll want to eat it out of the bowl)!!
To make Easter Nests you will need:
1TBS of butter
Mini cupcake liners
Non stick cooking spray
2 bars of semi sweet chocolate of your choosing
3 cups of shredded wheat cereal
1 large package of Cadbury mini eggs or 3 small packages
To get started melt the chocolate and butter over a boiling pot of water. Stirring occasionally, begin breaking apart the shredded cereal into a large boil. Once the chocolate is melted incorporate it into the bowl of shredded wheat. Stir until every last bit is covered with chocolate. Next is the most important part… lick the spoon!!
After you are finished place a spoon full of the mixture into each cupcake liner. Gently press the spoon into the middle to make the shape of a birds nest. Once you are finished place the nests in the fridge for 1 hour or until the nests have hardened.
Once chilled, gently rip off the liner of the nests. Take the mini Cadbury eggs and place 1-3 in the middle of the nests. Display on a plate and enjoy! Seriously so easy and a great addition to the Easter table!
I hope you enjoy. Comment below your favorite Easter treats and be sure to tag me in your photos on Instagram if you decide to recreate these Easter Chocolate Nests!
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Hiya! my name is Kaitlin, I am a twenty three year old content creator living in Dallas.
A few things you should know about me… I graduated Dallas Baptist University last December with a degree in Marketing. While I enjoyed writing papers and filling my resume with internships and “real world experiences”, Post grad life had a different idea for me. A month after graduation I found my life headed in a completely different direction, flight attendant training.
Becoming a flight attendant had never been a dream job of mine. The idea sounded fun and traveling had always been at the top of my list, but I never put the two together. The next four weeks would be more challenging than the past four years.
A year later I can say this job has changed me, challenged me, and steered me in a completely different path than I had planned (all for the good of course).
My goal for this blog is to take you along in my life journey, and also provide a place for you to come and share your hopes and dreams.