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April’s Center Parcs Challenge… Easter nests

by Clare Mansell
April’s Center Parcs Challenge… Easter nests

This month’s Center Parcs challenge, which gives you the chance to win a family break at a Center Parcs village, is all about making Easter nests.

Theo has made loads of these recently. They did some at his nursery, we have made them at home and lastly a third batch with his grandma and cousin Millie. These photos are from that third making session. Our house is currently surrounded by scaffolding which means the light in the kitchen is terrible for photographs, thank heavens for his grandparents bright kitchen!

We eat variations of these Easter nests all year round (off season they are simply “chocolate crispies”) so we just switched cornflakes for Shredded Wheat (for authentic nest appearance) and added some chocolate eggs on top… because clearly they just aren’t chocolatey enough on their own.


The Center Parcs experts have some interesting twists on the originals, including a diet-friendly savoury celery version. You can check out the challenge page for inspiration and information on how to take part.

I’m a Center Parcs Family Blogger and visited Longleat village with my family. If you want to enter to win a place as a wildcard winner just go to the challenge page to find out how http://bit.ly/1okzxJv 

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Lindsay April 13, 2014 - 1:48 pm

Fantastic photos and the cakes look yummy! I’m rubbish at baking but I guess it takes practice! I love Center Parcs, we’re planning a trip to Winfell Forest soon!

Katie @mummydaddyme April 13, 2014 - 8:03 pm

These cakes look super tasty- I think my big girl would enjoy making them! x

Clare Mansell April 14, 2014 - 1:10 pm

They seem to go down well with ALL ages!


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