At Easter we love eating as much chocolate as we can get our hands on! If you’re looking for an activity to do with the children or something quick to rustle up to take into work for Easter, these Chocolate Easter Egg Rice Crispy Nest Baskets are the perfect solution! They are quick and easy, no bake and if you make 11 of them they’re 166 calories each! The Perfect inexpensive Easter treat that will suit everyone!
Easter is full of chocolate, hot cross buns and Easter eggs. If you want to do something different for easter, then these Chocolate Easter Egg Rice Crispy Nest Baskets would make a great addition to a party, lunch box or even a snack for kids and adults alike. The only real cooking involved with this recipe is the melting of the chocolate, the rest it time and the fridge.
When you are making these Chocolate Easter Egg Rice Crispy Nest Baskets, you will need to use cupcake moulds. You can go and get the typical paper moulds but if you want to look at the long terms, then have a look at the silicone moulds, they can be used for these and also muffins, cupcakes and more. They can go in the oven, don’t burn and most importantly, they are reusable.
Egg Rice Crispy Nest Baskets Recipe
Chocolate Easter Egg Rice Crispy Nest Baskets
- 200 g Milk Chocolate
- 90 g Rice Crispys You can use other cereal if you like.
- 1 bag Mini. Eggs
- 1 Bag Mix It Up Found in Aldi
- Melt the chocolate in a mixing bowl, 2 minutes in the microwave should do it and take it out and give it a stir.
- Mix in the Rice crispys, a quarter a go so that they mix with the chocolate evenly.
- Spoon into a cupcake case, silicone work best. Put 2/3 mini eggs on each cake and then place in the fridge for a minimum of 30 minutes to chill.
- Now enjoy for a treat, snack or even in your lunch box.
As you can see from my recipe, I have used rice crispys, you could use cornflakes, shreddies etc. If you fancy, you can use dark or white chocolate or even change the topping from mini eggs to hundreds and thousands or even the Mini Mix Up that is shown in the pictures, found in Aldi. What makes this recipe good is that all the ingredients can be found in Aldi and cost less than £3 and it will have made a lot more Chocolate Easter Egg Rice Crispy Nest Baskets than I actually made. So a perfect thrifty frugal family recipe.
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