I still remember the first time we made Easter bird nests. Hunter & I were making them. He loved forming the mixture into nests . . . and eating them afterwards. Yesterday I told Hunter & Gentry I needed to make bird nests for my blog. They both grinned at me and reminded me how much they like bird nests.
When I make a similar recipe at Christmas, Hunter still calls them bird nests. They don’t look anything like a bird nest, but that’s what he calls them.
Here’s our Easter birds nests recipe:
Another simple Easter activity with only 3 ingredients: Butterscotch Chips, Chow Mein Noodles & candy eggs. We’re using peanut M&M’s, but have used jelly beans in the past. Pour the bag of butterscotch chips into a microwaveable bowl.
I saved the completed nests for tonight’s pre-Easter dessert.
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