Chocolate Owls Nest  

Make your very own Chocolate Owl nests. This fun and easy baking craft is perfect for little hands.

Chocolate Owls Nest  

Skill Level

Easy. Adult supervision needed

Time to Make

20 minutes

Adult Supervision Needed


How to Make


  1. First start by melting your milk chocolate over a bowl of hot water or in the microwave. Save a very small amount of your melted chocolate and place to one side.
  2. Then pour in your Rice Krispies and stir in until the chocolate has covered all the Rice Krispies. Next place your cupcake cases into the cupcake tray.
  3. Start to spoon the chocolate mixture into the cases. Then try a make a small space in the middle of the Rice Krispies for the strawberry to sit. Cut off all the stems of the strawberries and place the strawberries into the middle of each filled cupcake case and then leave in the fridge for 1 hour for them to set.
  4. Once they have set take a small amount of the melted chocolate you kept from previous and place onto the back of the candy eyes, then stick them onto the top of the strawberry for your owl’s eyes.
  5. Next roll out your orange fondant icing and cut out a small triangle for the owl’s beak. Finish by placing the beak onto the strawberry just below the eyes to complete your tasty owl nests.
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Top Tip

Remember to not let the chocolate burn when heating it so if heating in the microwave try to do it in 30 second intervals so you can check it in between.

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