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The best nest in Bowling Green

Support your team and enjoy a mouthful of these butterscotch and peanut butter flavored nests of love. Makes for a great snack at BG gatherings and football tailgates. Homecoming is just around the corner.

I altered this classic ‘Haystack’ recipe by adding a touch of BGSU spirit.

Ingredients – makes for 1 dozen 6 oz chow mien noodles 3/4 cup of peanut butter 1 cup of butterscotch morsels 1 bag of Reese’s Piece’s Wax paper

1. Melt your peanut butter and butterscotch morsels over a medium heat until all the morsels have melted into a smooth and creamy peanut-butter-scotch sauce. (A microwave also works fine, make sure the bowl is microwave safe and set time for about 1 minute or until the mixture is smooth)

2. Take the sauce and combine the chow mien in a mixing bowl. Mix around the Chow Mien while making sure every noodle is comfortably coated in peanut-butter-scotch goodness.

3. Scoop out little globs onto wax paper and make a depression in the middle with your finger to resemble a bird’s nest. (Tin foil works too but be careful little pieces don’t tear off and stick to your nests) Make sure not to make the nests too large because they are very sweet, some people can’t handle a whole lot of sugar.

4. Eat all of the yellow Reese’s Pieces out of the bag. This step is huge.

5. Sprinkle the remaining orange and brown Reese’s into the nests. Like little Freddie and Frieda eggs.

6. The nests are still probably warm and gooey so let them sit until they harden. You can place them in the fridge to speed up the process. I did, they smell too good for waiting around.

7. Now you can sit on your little nests and wait for little Freddie and Frieda falcons to hatch, but for best results, just eat-em-up.

Try to eat them fast or you will be leaving a trail of peanut-butter-scotch fingerprints everywhere you go.

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