You run downstairs, almost tripping over your own feet, not to mention the cat, only to find that “The Easter Bunny,” that crazy child-hating evil deranged creature, has played the evilest of all tricks on you. He’s left you a Cadbury Creme Egg. If you’ve been a good child, who happens to be exceptionally lucky, perhaps he’s only left you one. If you have been a bit on the naughty side, not making your bed, purposely hitting your brother and then convincing your mother that he hit you first, even though he really didn’t, that evil sadistic bunny probably left you at least four Cadbury Eggs. Now what? There’s no way you’re going to be able to suck those eggs down as is, without spending the rest of the day over the toilet, secretly planning how to trap that “Wascally Wabbit” next year.
1971 – Cadbury Creme Egg Is Launched
Cream-filled eggs first appeared back in 1923. But the Cadbury Creme Egg we know and love today didn’t hit the shelves until 1971. Sales really took off in 1975, when Cadbury Creme Egg became a cult through the power of TV advertising. The eggs are delivered to the trade for sale between January and Easter every year. About 1.5 million Cadbury Creme Egg eggs can be made every day at the Bournville factory. They’re made in two halves, both filled with white and one additionally filled with yellow fondant. The two halves are closed together quickly and there it is – a Cadbury Creme Egg. With its milk chocolate shell, creme fondant and yellow ‘yolk’ Cadbury Creme Egg is absolutely unique in the market, and over 200 million of them are sold in the UK every year. – Cadbury Co. UK
This is about the only dessert I think I would ever personally choose to eat that has a Cadbury Egg inside of it. I’m not sure if it’s because it’s a Caramel Egg, or because I’m totally craving chocolate right now, but I find this recipe absolutely BRILLIANT!
Sometimes alcohol does not make everything better, but it’s at least worth a try.
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If you can eat them without going into a sugar coma, you are a true Easter candy fanatic!
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