7ounceschocolate(200 g) I used mostly dark with a little milk, but you can use all dark or all milk if you prefer!
a small packet of chocolate eggsmine were labelled as 'micro eggs'
Place the rinsed and drained quinoa into a frying pan over medium heat. Heat until the water has evaporated and the grains begin to pop, stirring frequently. The quinoa is ready when it has turned golden and smells nutty and fragrant, this should take around 5 minutes. Remove to a large bowl to cool.
½ cup quinoa
Add the flaked almonds, sesame seeds, chia seeds, spelt flakes and a pinch of salt to the toasted and cooled quinoa.
½ cup flaked almonds, ¼ cup sesame seeds, ¼ cup chia seeds, 2 cups spelt flakes, pinch of salt
Place the chocolate into a small heatproof bowl. Set the bowl on a pan of barely simmering water, ensuring the water doesn't touch the bowl. Stir occasionally until melted.
7 ounces chocolate
Pour the chocolate over the dry ingredients and mix well until fully incorporated. Press the mixture into the holes of a greased muffin tin or a baking sheet lined with paper cases. Top each nest with a few chocolate eggs and leave in a cool place to set - they should be ready in around 20 minutes.
a small packet of chocolate eggs
Feel free to vary the seeds/cereals as you see fit!Nutrition label is for one nest out of a total of 18, excluding the chocolate eggs.