You want eggs. You want chocolate. And you want options. So, here are all three. Check out these 17 ways to drink and eat the classic Robin Eggs to have an eggcellent Easter.
17. Robin Eggs Malted Milkshake
"Can I please have Robin Eggs in my milkshake?" Why, yes. Yes, you can.
16. Robin Egg Marshmallows
This hybrid of egg and marshmallow leaves me saying, "Dawww."
15. Edible Bird's Nests
I normally don't find nests appealing, but this salty-sweet-delicious combo I'm all over.
14. Chocolate Pudding Cookies with Robin Eggs
You had me at chocolate pudding <3
13. Easter Candy Bark
There's a bark for every holiday, so why not Easter?
12. Robin Eggs Nest Treats
Pastel-colored malted eggs nestled in a home of marshmallow rice crispy treats. Um, you mean, where have you been all my life?
11. Hollow Chocolate Eggs (filled with Robin Eggs)
A simple trick that'll leave the kids and adults impressed come this Sunday.
10. Chick-A-Dee Sugar Cookie Bars
What came first: The chicken or the egg?
9. Robin Egg Truffles
"Another nest?!" I know, but they're just so darn cute. This one's all chocolate, too.
8. Malted Milk Ice Cream with Robin Eggs
Say what?? We've got to tell Ben & Jerry's make this a permanent thing.
7. Robin Eggs Cupcakes
Serve cupcakes for a dish-free afternoon, or just save them all for yourself.
6. Speckled Egg Cake
This classy cake will leave your guests begging for another slice after Easter dinner.
5. Chocolate Malted Robin Eggs Cookies
If you're not into pudding, these chocolate malted cookies will hit your sweet spot.
4. Blue Speckled Robin Egg Cake Truffles
Don't let the appearance fool you. We've already seen regular truffles, but say hello to their cakey sister.
3. No-Bake Robin Eggs Cheesecake
Let's emphasis the NO-BAKE part. If you're looking for a last-minute, fuss-free dessert, this is it, folks.
2. Chewy Malt Ball Cookies
Malt's the surprise in these chewy chocolate chip wonders.
1. Bird's Nest Macaroons
Bird's nest macaroons? Merci beaucoup.