Hibernation season is over—it’s time to awaken your taste buds with these fun treats just in time for a student’s favourite long weekend (aka the homework hustle): Easter. These Pinterest-worthy nests are made with super simple ingredients, with just the right amount of crunch. You can grab everything you need from Bulk Barn or Wal-Mart. Yields: as much as you want.


Choose any chocolate combination you like, and don't forget to break the pretzels.

Choose any chocolate combination you like, and don’t forget to break the pretzels.


 What you’ll need:

  • Melt-able Chocolate (dark, milk or white)
  • Stick Pretzels, broken
  • Your choice of egg-shaped treats  



Decorate with whatever you want!


I used a small bowl full of pretzels, with the equivalent in varied chocolate, producing 15 nests. You are allowed to microwave the chocolate, but I prefer the double-boiler method.

Fill a medium sized saucepan with an inch of water, and bring to a slow, quiet boil. Place a stainless-steel bowl on top, adding a small amount of the chocolate. Stirring occasionally, wait until completely melted. Pour a handful of broken pretzels into the mix and stir lightly, covering the pieces. Drop the clump into a muffin cup, repeat and refrigerate. 

Decorate with mini eggs, foil eggs, peeps, sprinkles or caramel drizzle! Then scarf them down while you cram for exams.

Not enough chocolate? Check out my Chocolate Pasta recipe and video here.