• Serves 12
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients


A nice simple and easy Easter dish the kids and adults will love.

Ingredients (serves 12)

  • 100g fried noodles
  • 2 heaped Tbs crunchy peanut butter
  • 200g good milk chocolate
  • bag mini eggs


  1. Lightly grease round based patty pan tins.
  2. Melt the chocolate and peanut butter together until fully melted and incorporated.
  3. Stir in the fried noodles.
  4. Place a tablespoon or so of the noodle chocolate mixture into each hole in tin and push upwards to make a basket shape.
  5. Place in fridge and once hardened remove and place two or three little eggs in centre.


To change it up you can substitute the fried noodles with shredded coconut and omit the peanut butter-great for a gluten free, nut free basket.

  • I’ve never tried the mini eggs, but this looks fantastic. So clever, little Easter Eggs ready to hatch, and all edible!!


  • I’d substitute the fried noodles for the shredded coconut. Can’t understand how fried noodles with chocolate could taste nice.

    • It does actually taste quite nice :)

      • It’s actually also nice with raw buckwheat kernels !


  • Another awesome idea!


  • These are super sweet, so cute


  • Something different ingredients for making this idea.But love it.


  • A great Easter idea! Thanks!


  • Oh my goodness, this looks and sounds so yummy – I love chocolate peanut butter!
    Thank you for sharing.


  • Aww these are adorable, and easy to make, yay!


  • Love the presentation. Thank you for sharing


  • An Easter must do, absolutely amazing.


  • They certainly look very effective, cheers.


  • I made them with fried noodles and a gluten free version with coconut flakes. We used the diary- sugar- gluten free Sweet William Chocolate. As alternative to mini eggs we used salted caramel protein balls and shaped them in an egg shape.


  • What a great idea and the little baskets are so cute


  • Oh I had totally forgotten about fried noodles and chocolate. My mum used to make Changs choc spiders when I was a kid. Can’t wait to cook these with my kids – a great school holiday filler!


  • These are great, I love the little nests.


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