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Easter Nests

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Prep: 2 minutes Cook: 5 minutes separating the mixture equally.

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1 bar of chocolate~makes 12

A great way to spend time with the kids!

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  • A bar of milk chocolate
  • cornflakes/rice crispies
  • Smarties/Mini Eggs

Cuttlery and other

  • a re-sealable bag
  • 2 table spoons
  • 1 bowl
  • rubber/paper cases *rubber is easier*


  1. Firstly break up all the chocolate into pieces into the bowl and melt for 30seconds *approximately* always remember to keep stirring with spoon 1/2.

  2. Secondly,Pour your cereal into the re-sealable bag and close the bag using a cooking mallet or 2/2 table spoon and hit/bash it onto the closed bag.

  3. Take the melted chocolate out of the microwave and mix with the cereal using the spoon that was used for melting the chocolate and mix them together.

  4. After that pour the mixture equally into your choice of cases and put your mini Eggs/Smarties.

  5. Then put in the fridge *approximately about 5 minuets*

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