#Easter Pretzel Bird Nest #Recipe

Easter time makes me think of sweet treats! As a kid I loved running downstairs Easter morning to see what the Easter Bunny brought me. I also like baking and making sweets with my mom. Here’s a fun easy Easter recipe that great for kids and adults alike. Enjoy!

Ingredients

Container of pretzel sticks

1/4 cup caramel sauce

1 bag candy-coated milk chocolate
eggs

Parchment paper

Directions

1. Warm caramel in a saucepan over
medium heat until it’s melted and easy to stir

2. Put pretzel into a large bowl.

Pour caramel over the pretzel sticks; stir to coat the pretzels with the
caramel.

3. Scoop pretzel mixture from bowl
with a large spoon onto parchment paper and form into small bowls. To make this
easier, you can hollow the center out to create the nest with the back of the
spoon.

4. Arrange three chocolate eggs in
each nest.

5. Let cool and enjoy!

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