Get ready for the Easter Bunny's visit with unforgettable Easter Nests treats. Nestled in delicious butterscotch or chocolate nests, the unforgettable taste of these elegantly wrapped candy eggs will leave kids hopping for more.
- Wax paper
- 1 2/3 to 2 cups (11- to 12-ounce package) NESTLÉ TOLL HOUSE Butterscotch or Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels
- 1/4 cup creamy peanut butter
- 2 cans (5 ounces each) chow mein noodles
- 30 to 60 NESTLÉ NestEggs, any flavor
LINE trays with wax paper.
MICROWAVE morsels in large, uncovered, microwave-safe bowl on MEDIUM-HIGH (70%) power for 1 minute; STIR. The morsels may retain some of their original shape. If necessary, microwave at additional 10- to 15-second intervals, stirring just until morsels are melted. Stir in peanut butter until well blended.
ADD chow mein noodles to morsel mixture; toss until coated. Using ice cream scoop that measures about 2 rounded tablespoons, scoop and drop onto prepared trays then immediately shape into nests. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Before serving, place one or two NestEggs in each nest. Store prepared nests in covered container for up to 1 day.
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Easy, quick, tasty, and cute nests!
I just made these little nests and the whole process only took about 15 minutes! I halved the recipe and put 2 mini malted milk eggs in each nest. I ended up making 30 nests which will be great for the Easter egg hunt I am hosting tomorrow!
Bringing Back Memories
I love this recipe. It tastes good and it is quick and easy. The kids can help with the cookies so you can work fun family time into baking as well. For me I always associated these cookies with Christmas, I had never thought to put an easter egg as the decoration. I will have to try them out this year.
Oldie but goodie
This recipe takes me way back, my mother always made these at the holidays but added nuts to them and called them noodle nut bites. They were always a hit with friends and family.
Have made these a few times and they really are a hit. You can even use them to decorate a cake or have your kids help make them. Will make these again during the year.
Great Easter project
Just made these with my 5 year old. She loved them, and it was easy to do. Taking them to family and friends this weekend!
This recipe has been around for a very long time. My mother made it for me and my brothers when we were very young. She called the candy hay stacks, but did not have eggs on top. I like this idea, will be making some for my grandchildren this weekend for Easter. Do try them they are very good.
Absolutely the best
My kids love these things so much! We are making them for our family easter dinner. They get to help and it is fun and easy!
the kids love making these every year.
These were really egg-ceptional!
We made these for our class at school,my daughter ans I. these were a big hit with everyone including the moms.Everyone wanted to know how we made them.It was quite easy,and delicious.thanks.
Kids LOVE this!
We have been making this recipe for a few years now and the kids love to do it - it's easy and memorable - both for them and the people who they give the nests to! We use the speckled candy coated malted milk eggs for a fun look. We have also made a 'peanut free' version.
Simple, Fun, and Delicious
I made a trial recipe of these this weekend using only the chocolate chips, not the butterscotch, and they were a big hit! I'm going to make them for Easter and my son's daycare so I wanted to see if he would eat them first! I'm already being asked when I'll make them again.
THIS IS ONE OF THE CUTEST IDEAS EVER....I CAN NOT WAIT TO MAKE THIS FOR EASTER HOLIDAY
Egg Ceptional Easter Nests
Very good ideal. I love this one.
Egg-Ceptional Easter Nests.
This will be just the thing for our grandchildren to make. they will love it, because this takes a little effort on their part, with a little help from me and they will just be proud to make them. thanks for your great recipes.