These are a great little Easter treat that the whole family can join in on making. So fun and easy and YUMMY! Thanks to Jess from Cook n Create for this great Easter idea.


  • 200g chocolate broken into pieces (TIP: You can always mix chocolates to make up the 200g)
  • 85g Shredded wheat (You can also use Cornflakes, Rice crispies, Weetbix etc – Whatever cereals you have just make sure they are crushed)
  • 2 x 100g bags of mini eggs


  1. Melt the chocolate in a small glass bowl placed over a saucepan of barely simmering water (Do it slowly – Believe it or not chocolate burns really easily!)
  2. In another bowl crush the cereal
  3. Pour the chocolate over the crushed cereal and mix thoroughly (A metal spoon is easiest)
  4. Spoon the mixture into the 12 cupcake cases (Use a cupcake tin if you can to keep the shape)
  5. Use the back of a metal teaspoon to firmly press the mixture into the cases. Make a little dip in each nest for the eggs to sit.
  6. Place ¾ mini eggs in each nest and chill in the fridge for an hour or so. ENJOY!

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