Mini Egg Easter Nest Cake

This colourful Mini Egg Easter Nest Cake is an Easter mini egg lovers dream! It would make a great centrepiece for any Easter celebration, or why not make it afterwards to sue up any leftover or excess Easter chocolates.
Mini egg Easter nest cake

I love Easter for baking ideas. No doubt I have said that many times now – sorry about that! Except, I am not really sorry because I love any excuse to get creative at this time of year. Plus I am very excited that this gorgeous Mini Egg Easter Nest Cake is to co-incide with a very EGG-citing give away too. 

Therefore, I  am very egg-cited because Mary Berry is launching a new range of beautiful homeware products, perfect for cake eaters and tea drinkers everywhere – including me! A set worthy of showing off my Mini Egg Easter Nest Cake with!

As anyone who follows my blog, or who knows me in real life, will know I am a huge fan of the Great British Bake Off and host my own Bloggers Bake Off linky on this blog, and I think Mary is a brilliant baker and a real inspiration.

Therefore, I am thrilled to announce that I have a give away where one lucky baking enthusiast can win a set of her new homeware range and a signed copy of her book. Also, Mary herself will judge the best bake. So please keep reading to find out more. 

Firstly the cake: so it is a vanilla flavoured sponge cake, sandwiched together with some chocolate spread and then covered in a white chocolate and cream cheese frosting. Then I have decorated it with some mini eggs and a white chocolate crispy nest sits on top like a majestic crown filled with more mini eggs. Yes, a crispy cake nest on top of a cake! How delicious and decadent lol!

As with all of my cakes, this is very easy to make and I think it looks very striking and would be an amazing cake to present at any gathering with friends or family, or indeed both, over Easter. 

Or you could make it after Easter to use up any Easter eggs you have left, unless you never have Easter egg leftovers of course! 

Mini Egg Easter Nest Cake
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Serves: 16
  • *For the Cake*
  • 200g unsalted butter
  • 200g caster sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 200g self raising flour
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • milk chocolate spread
  • *For the Frosting*
  • 100g full fat cream cheese
  • 2 tbsp of white chocolate spread
  • *For the crispy nest*
  • 200g white chocolate
  • 100g Rice Krispies
  • LOTS of Cadbury's mini eggs - approx 700g
  1. *White chocolate crispy nest*
  2. I would suggest you make this first.
  3. Melt the chocolate and then stir in the rice krispies
  4. Line a 6 inch loose bottomed cake tin and pour in the Krispies and press down
  5. I used an egg cup although a small tea cup would work, and pushed it in to the centre of my nest
  6. Cover with foil and chill in there fridge until it is needed
  7. *For the cake*
  8. pre heat the oven to 180oC / 160oC (fan)
  9. grease and line 2 x 8 inch sandwich tins
  10. cream the butter and sugar together for about 5 minutes until pale and soft
  11. add the eggs, the vanilla extract and a spoonful of the flour and beat for a few more minutes
  12. fold in the remaining flour
  13. divide the batter between the two tins and then cook in the oven for 22-25 minutes approx
  14. leave the cakes to cool
  15. once the sponges are cold to the touch, sandwich together with some milk chocolate spread
  16. make your frosting by beating the cream cheese and white chocolate spread together
  17. place your cake onto your plate or board
  18. cover the whole cake with the frosting
  19. Then decorate with your mini eggs as per my design
  20. Finally, carefully remove your now set nest from its tin, and remove the egg cup/tea cup and place it on top of your cake in the centre
  21. Fill with more mini eggs
  22. Cover and chill in the fridge and remove 30 mins before serving.
  23. enjoy x

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Mary Berry Homeware Give Away

Mary is launching this beautiful set of home ware which is just so pretty and elegant 

Here are the things you need to know in order to enter (this is now closed)

Competition package

  1. Cake Stand
  2. Cake forks
  3. Cake slice
  4. Mug set
  5. Signed book from Mary – one for an overall winner

Easter Inspired Bakes

To enter and be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize, which Mary herself will judge you need to upload a photograph of an Easter inspired bake. If you are a blogger then you can include a full blog post, however,  if you do not have a blog or maybe you have baked a cake but have not blogged it, then this is also fine as you can just enter with a photograph. It can be an old or new recipe. 

Please link up your photo/recipe below or on my Mummy Mishaps Facebook page  and use the hashtag #Maryseasterbakes 

Only open to UK residents.


  1. The competition will run from 14th April until the 27th April 
  2. Mary will judge the finalists, and choose a winner from each blog that is hosting this give away and an overall winner for the signed book.
  3. Winner will need to supply their address 

Good luck and thanks for entering. 


14 comments / Add your comment below

  1. As always Jenny you have baked yet another fabulous cake. I’ve entered the giveaway with my Chocolatey Easter Cupcakes, and I have my fingers crossed as the prize is amazing. Thanks for hosting. 🙂 xx

  2. I love your cake! I don’t think I could come up with anything worthy of being judged by Mary Berry herself but might be able to persuade my son to help me bake something – he doesn’t get nervous and flustered with baking like i do! Happy Easter xxx

  3. Your cake is fabulous and so is the giveaway prize! I will be popping over to Facebook and linking my Double Chocolate Pavlova I made as our Easter pud. 🙂

  4. I’m obsessed with mini eggs so your cake is perfect! I’d love to try making the nest it looks quite fiddly. Did it hold it’s shape well?

    1. thank you I think I have a mini egg obsession too 😉
      the nest was easy to make – I lined a 6 inch loose bottomed cake tin and then filled it with the mixture. Then I placed an egg cup in the middle and pushed down slightly to make an indent for the eggs to shut in. Obviously, if this was not sitting on a cake I would have made it bigger in an 8 inch tin maybe? I have done something similar for a cheesecake base which is on here (white chocolate and mini egg cheesecake recipe), and that was fab too x

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