Cadbury Creme Egg Desserts Are All I Want This Easter

There's a treat for every bunny!

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April 02, 2020
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Ther's just no debate — Cadbury Creme Eggs are an Easter staple. Though the chocolatey, fondant-filled (yes, that’s fondant!) treats are delicious when eaten on their own, baking with them is a lot of fun, too.

Whether you decide to add them to your holiday table this year, or you’re just looking for a fun activity the entire family can do together in upcoming weeks, no bunny will be able to refuse these one-of-a-kind spins on the seasonal must-have.

Cadbury Deviled Eggs (pictured above)

Looks are sure to be deceiving — and absolutely delicious — when you place a tray of these trickster deviled eggs on your kitchen table or countertop. Like classic deviled eggs, you’ll begin by hollowing out your Cadbury Eggs and adding their fondant centers to a separate bowl. You’ll then combine the Cadbury creme with white chocolate, heavy cream and yellow gel coloring to form your irresistible filling. Top with a garnish of chopped belt candy for decoration and dig right in.

Fried Cadbury Eggs

Photo by: Teri Lyn Fisher

Teri Lyn Fisher

If you’ve ever eaten a fried candy bar or Oreo cookie before, you know there’s something magical about covering a sweet treat in a golden-brown crust. The secret behind these crispy fried eggs is to freeze your Cadburys overnight and dredge them in both your flour and batter mixture twice before frying to give them a thicker coating. This not only keeps your creamy filling from leaking out while frying, but also ensures that each pillowy round has a warm ooey gooey center when you bite into them.

Though this cupcake recipe from Food Network Magazine doesn’t actually call for Cadbury Creme Eggs in its ingredients list, they’re sure to come to mind when you first lay eyes on them. Marshmallow cream is the true star of this dish, though you can easily take these cupcakes to the next level by adding a Cadbury Creme Egg to the center of each after baking them as an extra surprise.

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