Easter Nests with a Twist

It's finally here. The weekend chocaholics dream off all year... Well, since Christmas anyway!

I'm talking of course about Easter. Ever since I was little I've made Easter nests. They're one of the first things you learn how to make in school, and a super fun activity for kids (my favourite bit was licking the bowl!)

For those who haven't made them before, simply melt chocolate, stir in cornflakes, put into paper cases and leave to set in the fridge. Yum.

But now that I'm a "grown up" I've started experimenting a bit... and today I'm sharing some twists on an Easter classic.

Change up your Chocolate
Easter nests are traditionally a milk chocolate affair, but as we all know Dark Chocolate is healthier so why not change it up a bit? Or melt two batches and go half and half - the best of both worlds!

Get Fruity
I love Chocolate Raisins - they're my snack of choice on road trips. Try mizing them in with your cornflakes, the mixture of textures is great too.

Another combination I like is Chocolate and Orange. After you've melted the chocolate, grate in some orange zest and stir in before coating the cornflakes. You could even try grating ginger in for a bit of spice.

Go Nuts
I always finished the nests off with Cadbury's Mini Eggs but chocolate and yoghurt coated nuts would make a great addition.















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