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Chocolate nest recipe and other sweet ideas for Easter

Surprise, Easter is back :) And this year, it’s as early as the beginning of April.

Who says Easter says long weekend, brunches and hearty meals, but above all, the opportunity to eat a bunch of chocolate is a crowd pleaser!

Recipe and decoration ideas for Easter like this mug filled with eggs and a daffodil

It’s also a great opportunity to let your creative side free, either to create decadent chocolate desserts or cute Easter decoration.

Easter eggs in a basket

Here are some ideas to give an “Easter” touch to your plates.

Pastel colors, eggs decorated with bright colors, flowers and sunny spring theme ideas will brighten up your table!

Easter Chocolate Nests Recipe

Easter chocolate nest recipe

These little nests are really easy to make and a lot of fun. And it’s quite easy to get a good looking result.

In order to make them, you’ll need Rice Krispies-type cereals, chocolate and chocolate eggs. The best way to shape the nests is to use muffin tins, but if you don’t have them, just use small bowls.

I made these Easter nests with white chocolate, because they were for a little boy who only likes white chocolate, but you could also be use milk or dark chocolate. However, I have to say that I was pleased with the color.

Chocolate recipes and other ideas for Easter
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Chocolate Easter nest

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • ½ cup of white (or milk) chocolate
  • 1 ½ cup of Rice Krispies (enough to make a good texture)
  • Mini chocolate eggs (like Cadbury's)

Instructions

  1. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler.
  2. Toss the Rice Krispies into the chocolate mixture.
  3. Pour some of the mixture into a muffin tin, along with the paper tins (see note 1).
  4. Give the mixture a nest shape, leaving a small space in the middle of the "nests" to place the chocolate eggs.
  5. Place 4-5 chocolate eggs per nest, in the center.
  6. Leave to refrigerate for about 2 hours.

Notes

Note 1: Since I didn't have a muffin pan, I used small bowls.

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For more ideas, you can also check out my Easter board on Pinterest

Happy Easter !

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