5 Recipes That Make Use of Your Leftover Cadbury Creme Eggs
We shudder to think of a Cadbury Egg going to waste. After all, it likely took years for the scientists at Cadbury to successfully bio-engineer an actual bunny that lays creme-filled chocolate embryos. The least we can do is eat them!
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With that in mind, we've scoured the internet for delicious dessert recipes that make use of your leftover Cadbury Eggs. Try one out in the coming days, then please, stop being so wasteful with your Easter treats. (Bunnies don't normally lay eggs, you know.)
Three-Ingredient Cadbury Creme Egg Fudge
When one of the ingredients in your three-ingredient fudge is Cadbury Creme Eggs, you've just made the world's best fudge. Kudos to Lauren at Create Bake Make for coming up with the recipe. We still can't believe how easy it is.
(Create Bake Make)
Cadbury Egg Brownies
There's probably no good way to take a bite of these brownies without getting Cadbury yolk all over your face, but trust us, they're worth it. Grab yourself a stack of napkins and head over to I Heart Naptime for Jamielyn's recipe.
(I Heart Naptime)
Caramel Egg-Stuffed Easter Croissants
In a stroke of pure genius, Sarah at Taming Twins developed a method for baking a Cadbury Egg inside a croissant. She also mastered a trick for preventing the caramel from oozing into the oven, so pay close attention to her recipe.
Cadbury Creme Egg Dip
Erin from How to Nest For Less makes this creamy candy dip from Cadbury Eggs — not for Cadbury Eggs. Then again, who is she to tell us how to eat dip? Click here for her recipe, then dip to your heart's content.
(How to Nest For Less)
Cadbury Creme Egg Cake
Olivia at Liv For Cake fortifies her buttercream frosting with whipped Cadbury Creme Eggs before slathering it between layers of moist chocolate cake. Pick your tongue up off the floor and try the recipe here.
(Liv For Cake)