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Eggs in a Chocolate Nest!

Eggs in a Chocolate Nest     eggs in a chocolate nest recipe

photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

What’s crunchy, chocolate-y, and eggstremely adorable? You guessed it! Eggs in a Chocolate Nest! Easter holds a special place in my heart, and besides loving eggs, I also adore pastel colors, Easter brunch, and marshmallows. Thus, I’m particularly excited to share this simple recipe that’s both festive and filled with chocolate!

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Ingredients:
  • 1 pack (~6 oz) dried chow mein noodles (ramen or any other dry noodles would work too)
  • 4 oz dark chocolate
  • egg candy of any kind (I used the speckled cadbury eggs)

eggs in a chocolate nest recipe

Break the chocolate into large chunks and then microwave at half power for 45 seconds. Then, continue to microwave in 20 second intervals until it’s completely melted.
eggs in a chocolate nest recipe
Crumple the noodles with your hand into smaller pieces and toss it in the chocolate until it’s completely coated. Form little nests in your desired shapes and sizes and let solidify on parchment paper.
eggs in a chocolate nest recipe
If it hasn’t set within 20 minutes, put the nests into the refrigerator to set. Top off with chocolate eggs and enjoy!
Easter Chocolate Nests-4
eggs in a chocolate nest recipe
nanette wong
photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

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Eggs in a Chocolate Nest! - Sugar and Cloth

Eggs in a Chocolate Nest!

Eggs in a Chocolate Nest     eggs in a chocolate nest recipe

photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

What’s crunchy, chocolate-y, and eggstremely adorable? You guessed it! Eggs in a Chocolate Nest! Easter holds a special place in my heart, and besides loving eggs, I also adore pastel colors, Easter brunch, and marshmallows. Thus, I’m particularly excited to share this simple recipe that’s both festive and filled with chocolate!

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Ingredients:
  • 1 pack (~6 oz) dried chow mein noodles (ramen or any other dry noodles would work too)
  • 4 oz dark chocolate
  • egg candy of any kind (I used the speckled cadbury eggs)

eggs in a chocolate nest recipe

Break the chocolate into large chunks and then microwave at half power for 45 seconds. Then, continue to microwave in 20 second intervals until it’s completely melted.
eggs in a chocolate nest recipe
Crumple the noodles with your hand into smaller pieces and toss it in the chocolate until it’s completely coated. Form little nests in your desired shapes and sizes and let solidify on parchment paper.
eggs in a chocolate nest recipe
If it hasn’t set within 20 minutes, put the nests into the refrigerator to set. Top off with chocolate eggs and enjoy!
Easter Chocolate Nests-4
eggs in a chocolate nest recipe
nanette wong
photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share some commission using Shopstyle, Reward Style, and/or Amazon Associates.

Comments

  • Rebekah

    03.18.14

    Super cute Easter idea!

  • Andi

    03.18.14

    This is soooo adorable!!!!

  • Kristina

    03.18.14

    We used to make these growing up and called them “haystacks” and I LOVE the idea of using them as nests for Easter! We use half butterscotch/half chocolate and it’s amazing! Thanks for sharing!

  • Rachel Ruane

    03.18.14

    I used to have these when I was little but we used broken up shredded wheat cereal! Might have to make some this Easter!

  • jewel7013

    03.18.14

    Ive never heard of anything like this…genius idea

  • Brooke

    03.19.14

    My cousin just made these for my baby shower!! They are adorable AND delicious :)

  • Katherine

    04.23.14

    coming late to the party, but… The recipe for these is on the packets in Australia, called spiders. It calls for crunchy peanut butter to be added in when you melt the chocolate. It is perfectly delicious. More than highly recommended!

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