Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Easter Rice Krispies Bird's Nest with Whopper Robin Eggs

 I had so much fun making these little rice krispies bird's nest with my kids for Easter.  The stores are full of fantastic egg shaped candies for the Easter holiday so I had to do something fun with these adorable Whopper Robin Eggs I saw.  The rice krispies made the perfect nest and they were so easy to make with my kids.   Stay tune this week for a few more Easter treats. :)


1 (10.5oz) bag mini marshmallows
1/4 cup butter
6 cups rice krispies
a few drops yellow food coloring (optional)
baking coconut (sweetened)
a few drops of green food coloring
Jelly Beans or egg shaped candy like the Whoppers Robin eggs
Cooking spray

Muffins trays
ice cream scoop or cookie scoop

On medium low heat, melt butter and  marshmallows (add yellow food coloring if you desire here). Once fully melted add the rice krispies and mix well.  Butter or spray cooking spray on muffin trays. Fill each muffin hole with half a scoop of rice krispies mixture.  You must work fast because you don't want the rice krispies to set up before you get a chance to mold them.  Spray the back of a spoon or a cookie scoop with cooking spray and make the nest in the right shape.  Dye the coconut with a several drops of food coloring until you reach a desired color.  Fill with dyed coconut and jelly beans or egg candies.   Allow to sit for 1 hour before serving.  Enjoy.


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  1. These are so cute! I love those robin eggs too, ugh, so bad, but so good!

  2. Adorable! How were there any chocolates left with little fingers in them? I'm sure my daughter would have laid waste to the batch before the eggs ever made it into the nests.

  3. What a fun idea, would be great to have if you have little ones running around!

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  4. Oh my goodness! I LOVE IT!!! So darn cute and creative!!

  5. Very innovative


  6. These are ADORABLE, Ramona! I have no will power when it comes to Rice Krispie Treats AND whoppers...so these would be a deadly combination in my home! Deadly for my waist line!!!

  7. Stop! These are too cute for words! This is my first Easter as an empty nester or I would hop right to making these. They are gluten free too ;)
    BTW I am digging the new tabs to make finding your recipes easier. Well done!

  8. These are SO CUTE!!! You are such a good mother!

  9. Oh Ramona...I LOVE these! My kids are grown but I think I want to make these for myself! You know, I had this odd craving for cocoa krispies the other day. And I LOVE robins eggs...so I think I'm going to have to whip up a batch of these! Looking forward to more of your Easter treats! : )

  10. Great idea and these are super adorable! My kids want to make them and eat them... :) Thank you for the wonderful idea!

  11. Too adorable for Easter my friend :)

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  12. I would love to put these cities on a dessert table.

  13. RAMONA THESE ARE SO CUTE!! I love rice krispie treats in all their forms, especially when they are shaped into adorable little nests and filled with Whoppers. :D


  14. These are adorable. What a festive and fun treat for Easter. Wish you and your family a wonderful Easter weekend.

  15. So adorable - I just made them for Easter dinner with the grandkids coming over - next year maybe we'll make the together! Are the eggs supposed to stick to the nest, or just settle in?

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