White Nests for Easter Eggs

Posted April 15th, 2011 in Food 2 Comments »

Easter is just around the corner!  … Well, there is nothing particular to do for me on this holiday, but I do get influenced by all the marketings from the shops – Easter eggs, chocolate, bunnies…

This “white nest” is nothing special, but everyone does love them, especially with white chocolate.  Does anyone hate white chocolate?  Maybe?  Personally I love white chocolate.  It’s sweeter than milk chocolate, and looks so cute when used in cooking.  D loves white chocolate (he doesn’t like milk/dark chocolate) and has been eating this nest everyday since I made!

<White Nests for Easter Eggs> makes around 15

  • 200g white chocolate
  • 50g Kellogg rice bubbles
  • 30g desiccated coconut
  1. Melt chocolate in a bowl, over a pan of hot water.  Be careful that the bottom of the bowl holding the chocolate does not touch the hot water.
  2. Stir in rice bubbles and coconuts, and mix through.
  3. Using two spoons, drop the mixture on baking sheet – shaping into circle and make a dent in the centre.  Repeat with remaining.
  4. When it’s set, place an Easter egg on each nest.

2 Comments on “White Nests for Easter Eggs”

  1. 1 bona said at 10:34 pm on April 16th, 2011:

    Hi, I’ve been reading your articles for the last 3 days.
    They are really inspiring and I enjoy it very much.

    I am a Japanese, living in Perth, have got a young son, and love white chocolate!
    We’ve got lots in common!

  2. 2 umepontarou said at 9:56 am on April 17th, 2011:

    Hi Bona,

    Thanks for visiting Umeboss! I don’t get many Japanese visitors (I think) so it’s nice to hear from someone like you.
    Japanese, having a son… yeah we seem to have lots in common! It’s great to know you 🙂

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