Edible Easter Nests with WHOPPERS ROBIN EGGS

Spring has finally sprung around here! And the Easter bunny will be hippty hoppity-ing to our house soon! We have been getting the house Easter ready this week. The bunnies are out.  The eggs have been found to be hidden again.

And the candy has started to flow in!

I have seen so many cute ideas for this Easter season and I wanted to get in on it! And so I created Edible Easter Nests!



And did I mention easy?

To start, you will need WHOPPERS ROBIN EGGS and cereal treats.

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That’s it.

I told you it was easy.

Form your cereal treats into nests by using the bottom of a small mason jar.

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Drizzle with some melted HERSHEY’S KISSES or HERSHEY’S Chocolate Syrup and top with the WHOPPERS ROBIN EGGS.

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These would look so cute on the Easter table as table cards! Two purposes: find your seat, have a treat!

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Edible Easter Nests with WHOPPERS ROBIN EGGS

Edible Easter Nests with WHOPPERS ROBIN EGGS


  • Rice Cereal
  • Marshmallows
  • Handful of melted HERSHEY'S KISSES or HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup


  1. Start by following your standard cereal treat recipe. Use a small mason jar to form your treats into "nests."
  2. Drizzle with melted HERSHEY'S KISSES or HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup.

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Disclosure:  I received an assortment of products from Hershey’s and a stipend from the Global Influence Network for participating in this campaign. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  1. We usually celebrate my sister’s birthday at easter….even though the date changes every year.

  2. Love waking up Easter morning and watching the kids find their eggs – then getting dressed in our Easter best and heading to mass! After we meet up with the whole family for brunch!

  3. I’d love to try making the Hershey Peanut Butter Eggs for my kids baskets this year! YUMMMM

  4. We wake up and have a yummy breakfast, open our baskets and then head out the door for a day full of fun in the sun in Point Pleasant or Seaside to get our half price ride tickets.

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