sweets: Robins Egg Nests

4.3K Flares Facebook 5 Twitter 3 Pin It Share 4.3K Google+ 4 Email -- Buffer 3 4.3K Flares ×

So, I seriously need one of you to be my neighbor!  I promise to bring over tasty treats at least twice a week!  Who wants to apply?!  Anyone?  Bueller?

Miss V & little T haven’t been feeling their best lately & have been headed to bed pretty early & eating pretty little.  So, with my taste testers biting the dust, you might have seen on Instagram this week, that I took it upon myself to sample eat a large amount of these cookies before they became nests.  Enter in, a big tummy ache!  See, now do you understand why I need you as my neighbor?!

Robin's Egg Nests | @mamamissblog #birdsnest #easter #chocolate #cookie #candy

 

These yummy treats are a two part process, a very easy two part process :)  I wanted to kick up the basic Bird Nest cookie a notch, so I used the base of my trusty ol’ dark chocolate cookies, added some marshmallow candy melts, mixed in some coconut, and because it is the season for them, some Cadbury mini eggs!

I present to you, the basic Birds Nest in hyper-drive, aka Robins Egg Nests ;)





 

Robin's Egg Nests | @mamamissblog #birdsnest #easter #chocolate #cookie #candy

 

Robin's Egg Nests | @mamamissblog #birdsnest #easter #chocolate #cookie #candyRobin's Egg Nests | @mamamissblog #birdsnest #easter #chocolate #cookie #candy

 

Robin’s Egg Nests

Makes 18 Nests.

This cookie and candy combination is the common Bird Nest Easter treat, updated, and rolled into one yummy confection.

Ingredients

Base
1/2 cup (1 stick) cold unsalted butter, cubed
1/2 cup + 1/8 cup sugar
1 egg
1/4 cup special dark cocoa powder
1 1/8 cups flour
1/8 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. baking powder
Nest
1 bag Marshmallow Candy Melts (10 oz.)
1 1/3 cup shredded coconut

Instructions

    Base
  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  2. Line your baking sheets with parchment paper (this makes for easy clean-up :).
  3. In a large bowl combine the cold cubed butter & sugar.
  4. Beat together on medium-high speed until light & fluffy, approximately 2-3 minutes.
  5. Beat in egg; Blend well.
  6. Mix in the dark cocoa powder; Blend well.
  7. Add the flour, salt, and baking powder & blend on a lower speed until just combined (do not over-mix).
  8. Spoon dough onto prepared baking sheets, a few inches apart. Flatten each cookie dough ball with a spatula creating a disc.
  9. Bake 15-18 minutes.
  10. Let cookies cool on sheet for 5 minutes, then transfer them to a wire rack to cool completely.
  11. Nest
  12. Start by lining 2 baking sheets with parchment paper.
  13. Following the candy melt instructions, place melts in microwave safe bowl and at 50% power, melt for 1 minute, then stir.
  14. Continue to melt in 30 second increments, stirring between sessions, until fully melted.
  15. Once melted, add the coconut, half at a time, to the candy; Stir until mixed.
  16. Drop by spoonfuls on the lined baking sheets (fig. 1).
  17. Make an indentation in each drop using a teaspoon or similar (fig. 2A-B).
  18. Place molded nests onto cooled cookies.
  19. Inset 2-3 eggs in each nest hole.
  20. Place cookie nests in refrigerator for 5 minutes to set.
http://www.mamamiss.com/2013/03/20/sweets-robins-egg-nests/

 

Robin's Egg Nests | @mamamissblog #birdsnest #easter #chocolate #cookie #candy
Robin's Egg Nests | @mamamissblog #birdsnest #easter #chocolate #cookie #candy
Robin's Egg Nests | @mamamissblog #birdsnest #easter #chocolate #cookie #candy
Robin's Egg Nests | @mamamissblog #birdsnest #easter #chocolate #cookie #candy

Like what you see?!

You can connect with me on:

Pinterest || Facebook || Twitter || Google +

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

© Mama Miss. All images & content are copyright protected.
Feel free to share one picture and linking directly to this post for download.
Please do not copy directions, ingredients, or pdf files for your own website or Facebook page.
Copying my post partially, or fully, is strictly prohibited.

All work by Mama Miss is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

♥♥♥

 

Looking for more chocolate?  Robins Egg Nests have you drooling for more?

Make sure you check out these yummy confections…

 

Berry Oreo Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookies

 

Double Chocolate Peppermint Cookies

Sinfully Rich Fudgy Brownies


Pin It
4.3K Flares Facebook 5 Twitter 3 Pin It Share 4.3K Google+ 4 Email -- Buffer 3 4.3K Flares ×

Comments

  1. I just made your dark chocolate cookies – OMG they are FANTASTIC! My mother and I are in the kitchen baking, and I wondered that there wasn’t vanilla in the mix. After taste-testing one, we decided your recipe is PERFECT and doesn’t need a thing!
    Just wanted to let you know that we’re making the Robin’s Egg Nests – I know they’ll go over very popular at my work Monday.
    AWESOME recipe!
    Susan Vilar recently posted..Mother’s Day Card-in-a-BoxMy Profile

  2. Lovely looking recipe; thanks for sharing it. You might want to check the directions in the second section. Step 13 says to continue melting in 30 minute increments, but I’m pretty sure you meant 30 second increments. Most people would figure it out, I’m sure, but any newbies to cooking might be surprised. :-O Again, absolutely lovely presentation. :-)

  3. I have been seeing lots of Easter cookies lately, but these have to be my favorite so I’m stopping in to pin them.

    Bliss

Trackbacks

  1. [...] are the fabulous features from last week’s party chosen by Jocelyn (Inside BruCrew Life) Robin Egg Nests from Mama Miss Carrot Cake Rice Krispie Treats from Mallow and Co. Secret Easter Bunny [...]

  2. [...] LifeChocolate Easter Bunny Cards at Bloom DesignsPaper Dahlia Wreath at Love, Pomegranate HouseRobin's Egg Nests at Mama MissBerry Gift Basket at Sweet Rose StudioLemon Chess Bread Pudding at Something SwankyFree [...]

  3. [...] Robin’s Egg Nests at Mama Miss [...]

Leave a Comment

*

CommentLuv badge

Have you Subscribed via RSS yet? Don't miss a post!

4.3K Flares Facebook 5 Twitter 3 Pin It Share 4.3K Google+ 4 Email -- Buffer 3 4.3K Flares ×