Easter Egg Nest

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6 review(s) averaging 4. 67% would make again

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cookies with chocolate easter eggs

"I added the peanut butter to the chocolate as it started to melt. It's real simple, you can't ruin it. They turn out cute and excellent w/ mini pretzel sticks instead of chow mein noodles. They also look adorable for Easter w/ Peeps marshmallow chikies. Enjoy!"


Ingredients

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12 oz pkg Chocolate chips
1/2 cup Peanut butter; chunky is better
4 cups chow mein; 6 oz bag
jelly beans or bird eggs

Original recipe makes 6 Servings

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Preparation

Put chocolate chips into a large glass bowl. Melt in microwave or stove top, adding peanut butter when the chocolate is halfway melted. Remove from heat just before melted completely, then stir to melt the remaining bits of chocolate. Add the chow mein noodles. Mix the noodles to get them evenly coated with the chocolate mixture. Lay a piece of waxed paper over two cookie sheets. Drop golf ball clusters on the cookie sheets to cool and set. Add a few colored candies as eggs to the nests.

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AliciaLockey

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No where in the directions, does it tell you how to use the peanut butter.
Lyndaob 1 year ago

These were delicious. I used pretzels, instead of the Chinese noodles. Thanks for sharing.
AliciaLockey 3 years ago

Made these with my preschool class today. They turned out very cute and it was easy for them to help. They tasted better than I expected too!
Raejonsmom 3 years ago

I added the peanut butter to the chocolate as it started to melt. It's real simple, you can't ruin it. They turn out cute and excellent w/ mini pretzel sticks instead of chow mein noodles. They also look adorable for Easter w/ Peeps marshmallow chikies. Enjoy!
Bvanhoogten 3 years ago

When do u put in the peanut butter?
Raejonsmom 3 years ago

Little pretzel sticks work and taste better than chow mein noodles. Thanks for sharing.
Bvanhoogten 3 years ago

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