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Perfect treats for Easter. Addictive too. <u>(Makes 12)</u><br>

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  • How to bake a shredded wheat cake. Chocolate Nests - Step 1
    Step 1

    Break up the shreaded wheat in to a bowl.

  • How to bake a shredded wheat cake. Chocolate Nests - Step 2
    Step 2

    Break the chocolate up in to a measuring jug and melt down in a pan of boiling water. Stir in the honey.

  • How to bake a shredded wheat cake. Chocolate Nests - Step 3
    Step 3

    Mix the melted chocolate in with the shreaded wheat and sprinkle in the sesame seeds.

  • How to bake a shredded wheat cake. Chocolate Nests - Step 4
    Step 4

    Place a spoonful of mixture in to a cupcake case and press down a well in the center.

  • How to bake a shredded wheat cake. Chocolate Nests - Step 5
    Step 5

    Add a few mini eggs and leave to set.

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Luma!
Luma! · , , · 4 projects

On my one of these I used cornflakes and golden syrup

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Luna's acesorios Lucii desu(L)
Luna's acesorios Lucii desu(L) · La Filipina, Davao, Philippines · 11 projects

can i use something else than shreaded wheat??? o.O cool project!!!:3

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Lizard Liz
Lizard Liz · Fresno, California, United States · 2 projects

Adorable! Now I can't wait for spring!

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Lady Wurlitzer
Lady Wurlitzer · Glasgow, Scotland, GB · 3 projects

My hsband made a version of these on Easter Sunday. He made ordinary spnge fairy cakes, iced them with belgian choc buttercream icing then made mini nests with shredded wheat and melted Mars Bars then... popped a chocolate egg in! They were SICKLY SWEET but AMAZING!! :o)

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Alexis K.
Alexis K. · California, California, US · 8 projects

I made these for easter today and they ended up really cool, ialso drizzled them with white choc. to add more flavor and they were a big hit!

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Jackie H.
Jackie H. · ,

yum! these look amazing!!!!

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Jasmin N.
Jasmin N. · BC, Canada, BC, CA · 9 projects

i made mine with coconut instead of the wheat stuff. i'd post a picture, but they where eaten quiet quickly.

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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · Edinburgh, GB · 650 projects

Yes they do harden, I don't usually keep them in the cases either.

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Adriana
Adriana · ,

Do they harden after a while? because I think they would look so much cuter without the cupcake cases.(not that they're not cute already)Love this idea anyways!

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Aunt Boni

A friend just shared this with me, and I just shared this idea with aother friend. Very cute.
But not just for springtime! Summertime ~ fill with fresh strawberries and add a dollop of freshly whipped cream. What a wonderful blend of flavors and textures! Winter holidays ~ fill with glistening sugar gum drops and add a few whole cashews. Autumn ~ black and orange jelly beans. I can't wait!

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