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I got this recipe from a childrens cookbook. Original recipe called for peanutbutter chips, but we just love butterscotch. If anybody has peanut allergies you can leave out nuts. The salt or seasalt is a must for these sweet and salty treats.

Provided by Lisa G. Sweet Pantry Gal

Categories     Nuts

Time 2h20m

Number Of Ingredients 6

1 Tbsp canola oil
1 11 oz bag butterscoth morsels
1/2 tsp salt
1 c peanuts
2 c chowmein noodle
mini cadberry eggs


  • 1. Combine oil, salt and butterscoth in microwave bowl. Microwave on 30 min interval til melted.
  • 2. Combine nuts and chowmien noodles in bowl. Pour butterscoth over noodle nut mixture and combine. Form into 2inch nests. Spray hand with cooking spray so doesnt stick. Place on waxed paper. Allow to cool for 10 minutes.
  • 3. Add eggs to top. Store in container.

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These nests are the perfect Easter dessert. They're easy to make, delicious, and festive.

Uma's home
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I've never made anything like this before, but it turned out great! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

The KA Crew
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These nests are delicious! The butterscotch chips add a wonderful flavor.

Jason Ewell
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These nests are so cute and easy to make. I'm definitely going to make them again next year.

Holy Case
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I made these nests for my Easter brunch and they were a big hit. Everyone loved them!

cynthia mariga
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These nests are a great way to use up leftover Easter candy.

Louisa minnaar
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I had a hard time finding butterscotch chips, so I used chocolate chips instead. The nests still turned out great.

Serwar Gujjar
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These nests were a little too sweet for my taste, but my kids loved them.

Taskin Islam
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I love how these nests look. They're so pretty and perfect for Easter.

Barbara Galindez
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These nests are the perfect Easter treat. They're easy to make, delicious, and festive.

Shereasa Edwards
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I've tried making these nests with different types of chocolate chips and they're all delicious. My favorite is to use a combination of semisweet and milk chocolate chips.

Shahab Raziq
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The butterscotch chips add a wonderful flavor to these nests. I also like to add a few chopped walnuts for extra crunch.

Shohel sheikh
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I've made these nests several times now and they're always a hit. They're so easy to make and they taste delicious.

Lamber calow
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I made these nests for my Easter party and they were a huge success! Everyone loved them.

Favour gracious Kondowe
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These butterscotch Easter nests were a hit with my family! The recipe was easy to follow and the nests turned out perfectly. They were the perfect combination of sweet and salty.