Saturday, April 11, 2009

Chocolate Bird's Nests for Easter!

This treat is not only delicious, but it's healthy as well!

Things You'll Need

  • 6 oz of milk or dark Chocolate
  • Chocolate Mini Eggs or malted milk eggs or Jelly Beans
  • 5 Large Shredded Wheat Bars


  1. Pull apart the shredded wheat with your fingers

  2. Pour chocolate chips into a microwave-proof container and zap them till they melt

  3. Pour the melted chocolate over the shredded wheat and mix

  4. Form into bird nest shapes. (Oops. Forgot to take a pic. We were too excited about getting to the next step. So instead, here's a picture of our dog cleaning up the results of our nest-forming activities.)

  5. Decorate chocolate nests with careful placement of candy eggs.

  6. Decorate some more

  7. Enjoy. The shredded wheat is healthy but remember there's a lot of chocolate too.

    So watch out for that post-sugar rush crash!


  1. Unknown said...
    Looks yummy, Happy Easter!
    SleightGirl said...
    Wow! That is so totally cool! I wish I had time to make it today.
    Audrey said...
    Those look really good!!
    jelveh Designs said...
    very cool, thanks for sharing...
    missknits said...
    ooo never thought of using shredded wheat! great idea! and just love the pics! lol happy easter!
    Anonymous said...
    Yum! Think of a way to incorporate chocolate in a salad and you'll be my new best friend! Happy Easter!
    Anonymous said...
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    Elizabeth @ My Life, Such as it is... said...
    Wow! That looks yummy. And fun to do with kids I bet. I might try this with the nieces & nephews tomorrow.
    Unknown said...
    I really love that idea, visually appealing and easily adaptable to different needs.
    Maria@Conversations with Moms said...
    Too bad I saw this after Easter. I probably would have tried. it.

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