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Loved these so much this past Easter! I can't believe I forgot to review them. I made a couple large ones in a bigger muffin tin and then a full tin of the mini muffin ones. They all turned out so cute and delicious with the peanut M&M centers and they were tasty to boot! :) Thank you!

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CookieMonster2323 July 31, 2011

No-one in my family really liked these. Too greasy and salty.

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Kiro Sushi February 01, 2010

Great recipe. I saw lots of recipes for this idea, but this one was the only one that included chocolate! The only thing I did differently was that I didn't form my nests in the muffin tin. I dropped them by generous spoonful onto wax paper so they were more "free-formed." I think they look much more natural that way. (See the pic I submitted.) I garnished with Peeps and M&M's speckled eggs.

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Edesia May 01, 2009

This is a really fun,easy and very tasty recipe. Loved by young and old both. Thank You!!

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Beansy April 15, 2009

Cute...fun...and easy to make! I used Reese's bunnies (unwrapped) and peanut butter M&M's for decorations. Thanks for sharing!

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crescendogal March 27, 2008

My boys and I made these together for our dessert tray. It was lots of fun and they looked great! Thanks for the cute idea!

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Mama2boys March 24, 2008

I made these for my grandson's Easter basket, and they came out great! I made them with chicken and bunnies and used the speckled Cadbury Easter Eggs for the eggs in the basket. Very cute!

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wendyt57 March 21, 2008
Simple Easter Nests