Easy Cadbury Easter Egg Recipes

April 4, 2012 17 Comments »

The Cadbury Egg is my all-time favorite candy no matter what time of year. Obviously they only offer it in the Spring, but a few friends have encouraged me to freeze my beloved sweet so I can savor it’s goodness all-year-round. Mmmm, can you taste it???

If you love Cadbury Eggs like I do you don’t want to stop at just the candy. This year I decided that I was going to make some yummy creations, easy creations with my scrumptious creamy eggs.

I love Cadbury Creme Egg

Because the girls keep me very busy during the day I had to choose recipes that would not only be easy but fast too. Some of my recipes are more like my fecipes (aka fake recipes, no I didn’t spell it wrong), but they’re still fun and filled with Cadbury goodness.

Cupcakes with a Cadbury-licious Surprise:

I used a box mix for my cake batter, however if you’re a scratch baker I applaud you!!

Cupcake Liner

While you pre-heat the oven and get the muffin tins ready be sure to freeze the Cadbury Eggs or Cadbury Minis:

Cadbury Creme Egg Minis

Mix the ingredients:

Cadbury Cupcake Collage

And voila??? This is how mine turned out, not quite what I was expecting:

Cadbury Cupcake

Of course I wanted my cupcakes to turn out like Zoey’s: Cadbury Creme Egg Cupcakes but now realize that I should have put the frozen Cadbury eggs on TOP of the batter not in the middle. I will definitely have to give it another go-round.

Here are a few other fun Cadbury Egg Cupcake related recipes too:

Cadbury Frosting: http://www.culinaryconcoctionsbypeabody.com

More Cadbury Frosting: http://www.mybakingaddiction.com

My second “recipe” or add-in is Pudding with a hint of Cadbury Egg:

Using Jell-o’s Temptaions Dessert Kit in Chocolate Truffle Indulgence, I added ingredients {very simple} and made the pudding, after which I placed a frozen, halfed Cadbury Egg on. *Do not place egg decoration on until you serve as it will absorb moisure from the pudding and become a little soggy.

I love the way the halved Cadbury Egg looks:

Cadbury Pudding Collage

Here are a few other ways to incorporate Cadbury Eggs into an even sweeter treat:

Cadbury Eggs Benedict: http://www.shinyshiny.tv/2011/04/cadburys_creme.html

Cadbury Chocolate Pancakes: http://solidrecipe.com/make-cadbury-creme-egg-chocolate-pancakes/

And of course several ways to make your own Cadbury eggs at home featuring one of my favorites from NotWithoutSalt.com




Have you ever made any Cadbury Egg Creations??

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  1. Dresden April 4, 2012 at 9:34 AM - Reply

    “pudding with a hint of cadbury egg” – HA HA !! I am cracking up!

  2. Jennifer McNeil April 4, 2012 at 9:38 AM - Reply

    Hey Friend!
    I don’t know if you tried this, but…Next time try freezing the eggs before putting them in the batter. Should keep them whole and unmelted! 🙂

    • MommyB April 4, 2012 at 10:25 AM - Reply

      Hey Jenn, guess you missed my tip “be sure to freeze the Cadbury Eggs or Cadbury Minis”. It didn’t work for me, or maybe I needed to freeze longer than 24 hours?? Thoughts?

  3. Shana D April 4, 2012 at 9:41 AM - Reply

    Oh my, those look and sound so good. I want to try them but man I know if I do they will be addicting.

    • MommyB April 4, 2012 at 9:44 AM - Reply

      Shana, I cannot stop myself, I was considering putting them in peanut butter cookies to see what they would taste like, but I don’t need to gain 10lbs in a day! 🙂

  4. Faith April 4, 2012 at 10:15 AM - Reply

    OH MY GOODNESS, THOSE ARE MY FAVORITE TOO!!!! I have to get some before Easter is over!!! I love peeps too! b These recipes look sooo yummy!

  5. Dawn Sandomeno April 4, 2012 at 10:46 AM - Reply

    Oh yes that looks good!

  6. Rajean April 4, 2012 at 11:06 PM - Reply

    I can honestly say I have never tried the Cadbury eggs. I think I might try the mini’s first with your recipe for cupcakes. But the pudding cup looks fun too!

  7. Jennifer McNeil April 5, 2012 at 7:33 AM - Reply

    Totally missed that! Careless reader since I’ve had two little ones ;-). I’m not sure why they didn’t solidify then! I’d think 24 hours would have been plenty of time. I’m making them this weekend so I will let you know! I’m sure it all tastes the same 😉

  8. Susan (5 Minutes for Mom) April 6, 2012 at 6:35 PM - Reply

    How fun! Those used to be my fav Easter treat but I haven’t had one in years. Now I think I may have to.

  9. Victoria @Easy2SaveBlog April 7, 2012 at 2:04 AM - Reply

    My husband loves Cadbury Eggs I will have to try this.

  10. Faith G. April 22, 2012 at 7:06 AM - Reply

    commenting again, because I can’t believe that i didn’t get anymore Cadbury Eggs before Easter was over!

  11. rebecca shockley April 22, 2012 at 2:07 PM - Reply

    This look absolutely divine, I will be dreaming about these until I give them a try, thanks so much for sharing this recipe!

  12. Elena May 22, 2012 at 11:18 PM - Reply

    Looks so fun and yummy!

  13. Sarah Osborne September 22, 2012 at 11:02 PM - Reply

    These make THE best Easter treats!

  14. jamie November 7, 2012 at 7:47 PM - Reply

    cadbury came out with these for Halloween this year, green inside, tasted the same

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