Brownie Nests

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These chewy, super fudgy brownies are amazing on their own but by adding a few crispy Mini Cadbury Eggs they become divine and festive too. And they are easy to boot. What’s better when you have a dozen things to prepare for Easter dinner?

I, of course, had help from my little man while making these and goodness does he have sticky fingers and a love for those little eggs. If you have the same problem around your house, you may need to buy three bags!
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Joel had to work super late a few days in a row so Noah and I decided it was the perfect opportunity to make an Easter treat early to share with you all while surprising Joel and his co-workers with a well deserved sweet. I kept two at home so we could sample them and delivered the rest and Joel came home with an empty bowl! So, I think they were a hit!

These are a fun little dessert for the kiddos and adults alike. I love that they are little so you can practice your portion control. Not that even one is really a healthy choice since it’s three types of chocolate topped with chocolate crispy coated eggs…. Sorry, but I made no claim to be providing you with healthy Easter treats. Make sure to check out some other delicious (and still not healthy) treats for your Easter dessert table at the end of the post!
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Brownie Nests
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Ingredients
  1. 2 bags Mini Cadbury Eggs
  2. 1 box brownie mix + required ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray mini muffin tin liberally with non-stick spray. Mix brownies according to box directions. Fill each halfway with brownie batter. Bake for about 12 minutes, making sure they are still a bit soft in the middle.
  2. Let cool for about 5 minutes then remove from the muffin tin to cool completely. Gently press three mini Cadbury eggs into each mini brownie.
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Check out these other delicious options for Easter:
Cherry Dump Cake

Cherry Dump Cake – Joel’s favorite
Lemon Hush
Lemon Hush – my favorite
Cheesecake 2
Key Lime Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberry Sauce
Jello Cookies 9
Jello Cookies
Cherry Limeade Cupcakes
Cherry Limeade Cupcakes
Lemon Bars
Classic Southern Lemon Bars

3 comments

  1. […] Easter Sugar Cookies are so tasty and fun to make. Definitely my favorite cookie hands down. Brownie Nests are another easy option that would be fun to make with the kiddos. You could even use a brownie mix […]

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