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Bird's Nests III

Submitted by: Rosina 
Fill these cute nests with jellybeans, small gumdrops, chocolate-covered raisins, M&M's®, or other small candies. The kids can help fill the nests! 
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Easter Bird's Nests

Submitted by: Jilly 
Making 'nests' for candy eggs out of chow mein noodles makes such a cute edible decoration for Easter celebrations! 
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Birds' Nests IV

Submitted by: Maureen Worman 
The thumb print cookie that melts in your mouth, with creamy frosting. 
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Robin's Nests

Submitted by: Dawn Hunt 
These cute nests are made out of a butter cookie rolled in chopped walnuts. They're filled with homemade fondant eggs. 
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Jelly Cookies

Submitted by: Krissyp 
Jam filled wells sprinkled with confectioners' sugar. 
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Bird's Nests II

Submitted by: Rosina 
Fun treats for Springtime. You can use vanilla flavored candy coating instead of white chocolate, if you like. 
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Pinto Bean Pie I

Submitted by: Bonnie 
When we think of pinto beans we think of Mexican refried beans. But this delightful pie is most definitely a dessert, where the pintos take on a whole new personality when combined with lots of sugar, eggs, shredded coconut, butter and vanilla. The filling is poured into a prepared crust and baked for an hour. There 's enough filling for two sweet and delicious pies. 
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Easter Egg Nests

Submitted by: prissycat 
Make charming presentations for holiday candies with these miniature birds' nests, fashioned from shredded coconut, milk, melted almond bark and a touch of food coloring. The recipe calls for green food coloring, but feel free to experiment! 
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Almond Macaroon Nests

Submitted by: TYMEGJUS3 
This is a tradition at Easter in our family! A delicate butter cookie, decorated with colored coconut to look like a little nest and filled with chocolate covered almonds or peanuts. I like to color the coconut by placing it into a jar with the food coloring. Just close the lid and shake until colored. No messy hands! 
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Pinto Bean Pie II

Submitted by: Patsy Wilson 
Pinto beans are the surprise ingredient in this gooey sweet pie that 's like a pecan pie. The beans are combined with chopped nuts, lots of brown and white sugars, eggs and butter. This yummy filling is then poured into an unbaked pie shell and baked until the filling is set and the crust golden. Serve with whipped cream or vanilla yogurt. 
 
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