Easter nests
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Easter nests

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Serves 1 - 30 Pieces

With just three ingredients, these chocolate treats are quick and easy to make - even for children

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  • 1 normal-size box of Shredded Wheat (16 large biscuits or 500g bitesize biscuits)
  • 400g milk chocolate, supermarket own-brand is fine
  • 2 100g bags of Mini Eggs
  • Bun cases


    1. Crush the Shredded Wheat biscuits into a bowl using your hands or a food mixer
    2. Break the chocolate into pieces and melt in a microwave on a low heat, stirring every 30 seconds
    3. Pour the melted chocolate into the bowl and mix with the crushed Shredded Wheat
    4. When mixed and all the Shredded Wheat is covered with chocolate, spoon the mixture into bun cases and press down in the middle of each to create a place for the eggs
    5. Press two or three Mini Eggs into each nest
    6. Leave to set for at least 2 hours (or less if refrigerated)

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15th May, 2009
I made this with my daughter and they are definitely easy for little kids to make. Foolproof. As my daughter is a bit of a fool.
16th Apr, 2009
Made loads of these and took them into work, they were so quick and easy and I had to make a new batch the next day because they were all gone!
10th Apr, 2009
I can vouch for the excellence of these. Nom.


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