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Candy - Bird Nests Post by :2dowell Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :December 2011 Read :1735

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Candy - Bird Nests

1 bag Reeses peanut butter chips (10 oz. )
1 TBSP. solid shortening (Crisco)
1 large can (5oz.) LaChoy thin chow mein noodles
1 bag pastel colored M&M peanut candy

Melt entire bag of chips and 1 tbsp. of shortening slowly in microwave or in double boiler on stove top. If using microwave, heat full power in intervals of 30 seconds at a time and then less as chips begin to melt. You want the chips and shortening to be well blended and creamy and hot. DO NOT OVERCOOK!!!

Immediately pour the can of chow mien noodles into the peanut butter mixture and toss lightly to coat noodles.

Avoid crunching noodles. Using a spatula can help. Do this quickly, making sure the noodles are evenly coated.

Drop by spoonfuls onto WAX PAPER and gently form into the shape of a nest, leaving a hollowed area in the center in which you immediately place three M&M peanut candies for the "birds eggs". Helps to have two people! Each batch makes approximately 14 nests.

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Small box shredded wheat 1/2 cup peanut butter 8 oz. chocolate chips melted 2 tbsp. butter melted Crunch cereal fine. Melt other ingredients and pour over cereal. Mix. Roll into 2 inch balls. Press thumb print to form a nest. When cool, add jelly beans to each one or substitute coconut. Also can use the spring colored M&M's.

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Dark chocolate candyChow mein noodlesJelly beans Melt the chocolate and let it cool slightly. Mix the chow mein noodles into chocolate carefully so not to break them into smaller pieces. When the chocolate is cooled sufficiently to handle, mold this mixture into small bird shaped nests. Before the mixture has time to harden, place the jelly beans or small candy Easter eggs in the bowl of the nest. They will stay put when mixture cools. Easy and fun to make. Use your imagination as to items you could place in the nests.