how to make bird nest candy

This recipe for no-bake bird’s nest cookies is almost so easy that it’s barely a recipe at all. Like haystack cookies, which are comprised of chow mein noodles bundled together with melted butterscotch chips, these cookies get a deeper color and flavor from semisweet chocolate. The candy chocolate eggs (or malted milk ball eggs) that fill their centers tells you, ah yes these are cute little birds nests and not piles of, well…

Ingredients for Bird’s Nest Cookies

  • One of the main ingredients in typical haystack cookies is butterscotch chips.
  • Semisweet Chocolate: I like chopped chocolate better because it melts more easily, stirs more easily, and doesn’t seize up easily. I loved the balance of sweetness and milkiness in semisweet chocolate, but you could go dark if you wanted to. You could substitute chocolate chips in a pinch, though! Just avoid milk because its flavor and intensity are a bit too similar to butterscotch.
  • Salt: If you don’t add some salt to the melted chocolate, this dessert might be overly sweet.
  • Chow Mein Noodles: The crunchy noodles in the blue La Choy can are my favorite; there’s just enough of them for this recipe. You could also use pretzel sticks!.
  • I used Cadbury mini chocolate eggs, also known as malted milk ball eggs or chocolate candy eggs.

Chow mein noodles, candy eggs, butterscotch chips, and milk chocolate chips are needed to make birds nest cookies. That’s it! Melt your butterscotch chips and chocolate together first. Although semi-sweet chocolate chips work just as well, I think the combination of milk chocolate and butterscotch makes for a rich and flavorful cookie base.

Sometimes you just need a treat that’s EASY. Simplicity is usually preferable when entertaining because it gives me more time to enjoy my guests and reduces the stress of planning a party. I love to make these adorable birds nest cookies for Easter. These four-ingredient, no-bake cookies are visually appealing. I’ve included a list of 30 Easter Dessert Recipes and 22 Easter Peeps Recipes if you’re looking for more Easter dessert ideas. How can you go wrong with that?

It’s time to construct your nests once the noodles have been covered in chocolate. I form my nests with a spoon, and just before the cookie hardens, I top them with three chocolate eggs. Since I adore the flavor, I usually use Cadbury Mini Eggs, but you could also use jelly beans or another brand of candy eggs!

Chow mein noodles, chocolate, and butterscotch are combined to make these no-bake birds nest cookies, which are then garnished with candy eggs. The perfect easy Easter dessert!.

Serve these cookies alongside mini egg cookies or peanut butter eggs for a sweet finish to your holiday meal. With just 4 ingredients and 5 minutes, you can create adorable and delicious cookies that will make everyone go crazy! This is pretty much the easiest Easter treat ever!

FAQ

What are the ingredients in edible bird nest?

Edible bird nest contains mainly carbohydrates, amino acids and mineral salts. The major ingredients of edible bird nest are glycoproteins [2]. Sialic acid (9%) is the major carbohydrates found in edible bird nest.

How do you make a bird nest to eat?

Put chow mein noodles into a large bowl; pour marshmallow mixture over noodles and stir to coat. Spray hands with cooking spray or coat with butter so the noodles will not stick to your hands. Scoop noodle mixture from bowl with an ice cream scoop and form into balls, hollowing the center out to create the nest.

What is bird nest drink made of?

Often revered for its unique flavor and sumptuous texture, it’s not just the culinary world that’s taking note. Bird’s nest drink, made from the solidified saliva of swiftlets, boasts a myriad of potential health benefits that go beyond its culinary allure.