Thursday, April 7, 2011


well, creating "noodle nests" that is...
one of the children's favorites they look forward to (and ask for!) every Easter!

a simple little treat, created with:

24 paper baking cups
3 T. butter or margarine
3 T. creamy peanut butter
3 C. mini marshmallows
1 (12oz.) bag chow mein noodles
jelly beans
24 marshmallow chicks

Melt margarine over low heat. Gradually stir in peanut butter, then slowly
add marshmallows. Stir until mixture is melted and smooth.

Remove mixture from heat. Add noodles and stir until noodles are coated.

Spoon mixture into paper lined muffin tins and shape to form nests.

When nests are cool, you may add jelly bean "eggs"...

 and of course a little chick too!

Happy "Nesting"!

Many Blessings!

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filled with prayers and well wishes!
You are just the sweetest readers! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!-
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  1. Very cute! Sadly, most of those ingredients we can't even get on this side of the world. The one supermarket I could rely on to have things from the States had a fire in their warehouse and lost many products. They just have never recovered or haven't replaced those items that I used to find with ease. Wonder if they will even have Easter items this year since their Valentines candy was slim pickens. :/ Have a great weekend. Tammy

  2. Oh my goodness...those are just the cutest things. My girls would LOVE that!

  3. These are so cute!! Love the idea!

  4. Absolutely love these and may have to try them! Too cute!

  5. These are adorable...I make them for my students..thanks for reminding me. xoxox hugs and love for a great weekend. xoox

  6. Love it! Thanks so much for sharing! We are having a big party tomorrow and I am running out to the store now to get the ingredients, the kids will just love these! Hope you are feeling better!

  7. Jill. thank you so much for your contribution to our fundraiser! You are a blessing to us:) I wish this was a hand written note, just know that you are very much appreciated:) God bless!

  8. How adorable. What a fun Easter goody. We will be making them this weekend. Thanks so much for sharing. Your blog is adorable.

  9. p.s. Sharing your button on my page. :)

  10. These are adorable! Can't wait to have my girls make them :)

  11. Thank you for the cute recipe. I made them for my son's preschool class for 'Egg Day' and it worked perfectly. I shared your link on my blog:
    Thank you!


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