The highlight of many kids' Easter baskets is a decadent, foil-wrapped Cadbury Crème Egg, or a little purple packet of crunchy Cadbury Mini Eggs. While either sweet treat is wonderful on its own, this year, why not up the ante at your Easter dessert table? These 10 recipes incorporate Cadbury eggs in the most clever, creative, and delicious ways!
We're all familiar with the things that signal spring’s arrival: extra hours of daylight, budding flowers, and Cadbury Crème Eggs on display at every supermarket and drugstore in America. It’s easy to justify grabbing one (or two) of the seasonal treats on your way to the checkout (They’re only available for a few weeks out of the year). But have you ever wondered what’s inside the chocolate shell? You'll be happy to learn that there is actual egg in Cadbury Crème Eggs, but the rest might (or might not) surprise you.
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Besides Peeps, Cadbury Creme Eggs are the most ubiquitous of Easter candies. While I've had my fair share of the goo-filled eggs, I don't really know much about them, so I've put together a quiz of fun facts concerning Cadbury Creme Eggs. To learn more about this Easter specialty take my quick exam!
You guys better run to the store and pick up some Cadbury Creme Eggs while you still can. Apparently all the eggs really want to do is "get their goo out." So much so that they're committing suicide in order to do it.
A new ad campaign in England shows Cadbury creme eggs melting themselves down with hairdryers, squashing themselves with books, and slicing themselves with egg slicers. All in order to "get the goo out." So do them a favor and eat them up first.
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Those of you who hoard Cadbury Creme Eggs all year long will be pleased to know that they've released Cadbury Ornament Creme Eggs. They're the same as the Easter ones, they're just wrapped differently. — Candyblog