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Easter Brownie Bite Nests #Recipe


Can you believe that Easter is only a few days away. I have to be honest and say that I haven't done much in terms of preparation. This week I've also decided to take the week off from blogging. My munchkin has been sick and guess what that means? While I've been busy taking care of her I also got sick so I'm trying to get well. Taking care of a sick kid is no fun at all and when you're sick as well it's ten times worse. I am eternally grateful for a little thing called scheduling which is how this post is being brought to you today. So this week while you're busy buying candy for those delightful easter baskets, dyeing eggs for the kids egg hunts, how about preparing a quick and easy treat for them as well. Today I want to share with you this super easy Brownie Bite Nest recipe. I hope you enjoy it.


Here is what you'll need:
Ingredients:

1 box of Little Debbie Brownie Bites (contains 5 (4) ct packages of mini brownie bites)
1 tube of Wilton green frosting (located in the Wilton aisle at major retailers and craft stores)
Wilton plastic frosting tip - I used the basic tip (also located right next to the Wilton frosting products)
1 package of Cadbury Malted Easter Eggs (found easily at Walmart at this time and can be used for many Easter recipe ideas. Check out our Snack Pack Puddding Easter Bunny Garden)


2-3 Brownie Bites = 1 serving

Directions:

Open all the Brownie Bites and discard the wrappers and recycle the box.

Open the green frosting tube and attach the plastic frosting tip to the end.


Gently squeeze the frosting out onto the top of each Brownie Bite. It does have to be perfect. I did circles as you can see from the photo but even the kids could help with this and have fun with it!

Place 2-3 malted eggs on top of each Brownie Bite.


That's it! Cute and easy!

Annmarie John
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  1. Very cute and still can't believe Easter is only a few short days away now!

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  2. How easy and cute is that! I am sure all the kiddos would love it. At the very least they could put the eggs into the nests!

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  3. I haven't done any preparation yet. You gave me an idea to what make for sweet treats.

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  4. Get better soon, Amanda. We haven't done any preps here as well, but your brownie bite nest looks easy-to-do. I think they're very cute too.

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  5. That looks like a very simple recipe. I love it! That's a great idea to do with my kids. I may just have to do this for Easter!

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  6. Haha, kids will enjoy making these, but don't let them eat too much! There's a lot of sugar!

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  7. This looks too good to eat! Love the simplicity of the recipe and this would be another great idea to bond with the kids.

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  8. This is cute and a great idea!I would love to do this with my nieces!

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  9. That is cute and such a great idea!I would love to do this with my nieces,I know they will have fun with it!

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  10. What a super cute, easy to make idea!! Perfect for Easter - given me some inspiration for baking later on! Sim x

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  11. This is too adorable. I bet some eggs gets missing along the way during preparations ;)

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  12. They are beautiful but look like soap anyway

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  13. OMG this is such a cute idea. I wish Cadbury offered those mini eggs in Pakistan too.

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  14. What a fun way to use the Brownie Bites! We've tried the muffin bites but not these (yet!).

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  15. These look so tasty. This is perfect food this coming Sunday. Kids would really love them.

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  16. Those are perfect! I love how there is no baking involved, that is my kind of Easter Dessert!

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  17. Lovely recipe! I would definitely demolish these in a second!

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  18. Misty DiFrancescoApril 2, 2015 at 8:30 PM

    So cute! :)

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  19. Cool idea for Bunny Egg Hunt this Easter Sunday. Hahahaha..thanks I can add this for my list.

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  20. looks good to eat! ill try to make your recipe if i found those ingredients in PH

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  21. Wow! this is a cool idea to have this Easter. The presentation is cute and I am so sure this is yummy.

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  22. Cute, easy, colorful, and ready to eat. That works for me!

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  23. Nice idea to combine these two things. Cute. Those choco eggs look great enough to eat by themselves.

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  24. Wow... so cute! Have fun baking and decorating all these cutie.

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  25. Wow, these are so cute and totally in tune with my Easter spirit! So glad I stumbled upon these original Easter decoration ideas!

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  26. VERY cute! I had no idea Little Debbie made those little brownies.
    So sorry about the sick. We have 2/4 of our family wiped out right now. It's really hard and blogging is certainly on the backburner.
    xoxo.

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  27. Christina Strapp LambertApril 10, 2015 at 11:37 PM

    These are really cute and something my daughter would love. I still should try these :)

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  28. These are adorable and so easy to do! It would be fun for the older kiddies to try and do too :)

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