Chocolate Easter Egg Nests
Chocolate Easter Egg Nests

Chocolate Easter Egg Nests

It’s time for a little Easter cuteness!

Easter Eggs Recipes

Easter Eggs Recipes

Poor little chickie needs a nest for her chocolate Easter Eggs.

Close Up Chickie Shot

Close Up Chickie Shot

What about a chocolate Easter Egg nest made of crunchy noodles, honey and shredded coconut? Yum, even my non eater was hanging around when these were being madeΒ πŸ˜‰ … and he doesn’t usually have a sweet tooth πŸ™‚Β  The boy exists on air only usually!

Easter Egg Nests

Easter Egg Nests

These are so simple and make a unique Easter gift.Β  My little Easter Egg nests are going to the neighbours, and the children’s school bus driver.

Little Chickies Easter Egg Nest

Little Chickies Easter Egg Nest

I also thought one giant Easter Egg nest would make a great centrepiece on the table over the Easter period if the weather isn’t too hot. Having chocolate out of the fridge is still a little “touch and go” here at the moment.

Easter Egg Nests
Recipe Type: Easter
Cuisine: Sweets
Author: Julie
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Serves: 6
A cute Easter treat to make with the kids!
  • 220gm dark chocolate
  • 30gm salted butter
  • 1 1/2 Tbs honey
  • 1/4 cup shredded coconut
  • 1/4 cup Chang crispy noodles
  • 1 1/2 Cup Large Chang Crunch Asian noodles
  • Decorations
  • 6 chocolate Easter eggs
  • 18 speckled mini Easter eggs
  1. Line small rice bowls with plastic wrap.
  2. Put the dry ingredients into a large bowl.
  3. Add the chocolate, butter and honey to a microwave safe bowl and heat in bursts.
  4. Stir the chocolate mixture until smooth.
  5. Carefully add the melted chocolate mixture to the dry ingredients. Stir through gently ensuring the chocolate cover all the noodle mix.
  6. Put enough chocolate mixture in each of the bowls to make a nest.
  7. Press gently with the back of a spoon.
  8. Continue to fill the remaining rice bowls.
  9. Refrigerate the nests until firm.
  1. Once the nests a re firm use the plastic wrap to lift the nest away from the mould.
  2. Add a chocolate egg and three of the mini speckled eggs to the nest.
  3. Place the nest into a clear cello bag and add a gift tag and a chickie.
  4. Keep refrigerated until needed.

So why do I like these little nests?

Mostly because they are cute and non commercial. A simple handmade gift.

Three Easter Egg Nests

Three Easter Egg Nests

I really enjoy making things for people, and I love that this is easy enough for the kids to help make and decorate.Β  When the kids are on Easter break we will go into production.

Easter Egg Chick Nest

Easter Egg Chick Nest

What do you for Easter? Do you have a traditional recipe… is it a family recipe or a modern thing you do with Β the kids?

Chocolate Easter Egg Nests

Chocolate Easter Egg Nests

Why not pin or bookmark this page so you can make these cute little chocolate Easter Egg nests with your kiddies (or grand kiddies) in the Easter holidays.



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  1. You really do know your cute! These are terrific — so much fun. Great recipe — thanks.

  2. How very gorgeous! Well done, Julie, definitely cute!

  3. How cute are these!! Love that little chickie!

  4. A hand made gift is so special. You are lucky to still have summer weather. Ours disappeared last Saturday πŸ™‚

  5. Dear Julie,

    That little chick looks so cute!!!

  6. So cute for Easter!

  7. Double adorable!!! So cute pinning these.

  8. So very cute Julie! My girls are going to make some for Easter now too- thank goodness wonderful Changs make a gfree version of those noodles for me πŸ™‚ x

  9. these are so adorable! best treats for the kids!

  10. So cute! I love projects that the kids can help with – we often do homemade treats for teachers, bus drivers, coaches, etc. around Christmas so the kids are personally invested in the gifts they give to these special people in their lives. Fun idea to make a giant version and use it as an adorable and so-festive centerpiece (extreme heat and melty chocolate is rarely ever a problem at Ohio Easters! :D).

  11. Boy this takes me back… my mother used to make the same thing, even down to the little tiny chicks and eggs too! She also made a “Simnel Cake” which I always find revolting so let’s not talk about that :p

  12. You’ve got some serious cuteness going on, Miss Julie. Oh, so clever of you to use noodles. And very kind of you, too, to present your children’s school bus driver with such a thoughtful gift =)

  13. I have fond memories of munching on these as a child. So glad you’ve shared the recipe, I think I’ll whip up a batch to get in the Easter spirit.

    Krissie x –

  14. I made something like this and didn’t use it. Yours looks too cute. Happy Easter. it’s been too long since I visited you last and i have a lot to catch up on

  15. Those are adorable, cute, awesome. Pinned ’em. πŸ™‚ And I’m here to wish you a Happy Easter!

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