These no-bake, 3-ingredient Cadbury coconut chocolate nests made with mini candy eggs, shredded coconut, and dark chocolate, are an essential Easter dessert.
I love chocolate but I really love chocolate coconut, so these Cadbury chocolate coconut nests are easily my favorite Easter dessert. Not only do these chocolate coconut nests taste delicious, but they only take 15 minutes to prepare and require three ingredients.
Ingredients To Make Cadbury Coconut Chocolate Nests
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Equipment To Make Cadbury Coconut Chocolate Nests
When To Serve Cadbury Coconut Chocolate Nests
Easter, of course! 🙂 But here are some ideas:
- In This Easter Desserts Charcuterie Board
- On Your Easter Desserts Table
- In an Easter Basket
- As An Easter Gift
Check out this Easter desserts board here.
6 FAQs About Cadbury Coconut Chocolate Nests
1. How To Store Chocolate Nests?
You may store chocolate coconut nests in an air-tight container at room temperature or in the refrigerator. I prefer the refrigerator because I enjoy eating chocolate coconut nests when they are chilled.
2. How Long Will Chocolate Coconut Nests Last?
If stored as above, chocolate coconut nests easily stay fresh for three weeks.
3. When To Serve Chocolate Coconut Nests?
My favorite time to serve these nests is on my Easter desserts board. However, if they are also a great addition to Easter baskets or your Easter desserts table.
4. How Do I Ensure That I Don’t Burn The Chocolate Melts?
Overheating chocolate melts is a very common mistake that used to happen to me all of the time. The easiest way to avoid your chocolate from burning:
- Use the 50% power setting on your microwave.
- Heat the chocolate in 30-second intervals.
- Stir very thoroughly between heating.
In other words, be patient and take your time. Once you’ve overheated your chocolate – which will be obvious by the large, solid, clump that forms – it can’t be brought back to a liquid consistency.
5. What Should I Do With Leftover Chocolate?
Chocolate bark is a perfect way to use your leftover chocolate because it doesn’t require exact measurements or ingredients. I love this Chocolate Easter Bark from Tip Buzz.
6. What Are My Substitution Options?
- Dark chocolate candy melts:
- Sweetened shredded coconut:
- Cadbury mini eggs:
Cadbury Coconut Chocolate Nests
- Microwave-safe mixing bowl
- Parchment paper or silicone baking mat
- Cookie tray
- Cookie scoop
- 2.5 cups Dark chocolate candy melts
- 3.5 oz Sweetened shredded coconut
- 10 oz Cadbury mini eggs
- Melt the chocolate candy melts in a large microwave-safe bowl according to the package instructions.*
- Stir a 1/2 cup of the sweetened shredded coconut into the melted chocolate and mix to combine. Repeat this process with the remaining coconut.
- Using a spoon or cookie scoop, spoon a round ball of the chocolate-coconut mixture onto a baking tray lined with a sheet of parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
- Create a small indent using the back of your spoon.
- Add three Cadbury eggs before the chocolate hardens.
- Repeat Step 3 - Step 5 with the remaining chocolate-coconut mixture and Cadbury eggs.
- Let the chocolate harden.
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I Want To Hear From You!
What is your favorite Easter dessert or snack? Did you add these chocolate nests to an Easter charcuterie board? Did you make any substitutions? Share your feedback in the comments section below!