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Gluten Free Berry Cherry Chocolate Nest recipe

Hello lovelies!
I hope you all had a lovely weekend. I spent part of my weekend prepping for Easter and started baking earlier than I anticipated. On Friday I received a box of goodies from British brand, Tala, the baking supplies company that has been providing us with great products for over 100 years!

In the box was some lovely bright yellow and white baking cases which I was dying to try out so on Friday night I made some Gluten free chocolate nests. I added some dried cherries and berries to give them a little fruity taste. I loved how they turned out and it would seem everyone else enjoyed them too as they have all gone!

Here's how I made them...

Gluten Free

8 Servings

Method

Gluten Free Berry Cherry Chocolate Nests

  1. Melt chocolate in microwave on low power for about 1-2 minutes (the exact amount of time needed will depend on the type of chocolate being used so remove and stir the chocolate every so often to ensure it heats evenly).

  2. Once the chocolate is melted, remove from microwave and pour into a medium sized mixing bowl filled with the cornflakes and dried cherry and berries.

  3. Stir chocolate and cornflakes until the cornflakes are completely covered in chocolate.

  4. Spoon mixture into cases and make a hole in the center.

  5. Add a few nonpareils.

  6. Fill hole with mini eggs and leave to set.

Ingredients

Gluten Free Berry Cherry Chocolate Nests

Equipment

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