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Cadbury Creme Eggs

Updated on February 15, 2015

Creme Eggs: the most famous Easter Candy

Everyone has happy memories of eating Cadbury Cream Eggs every Easter time since they were a kid. Cadbury Creme Eggs are the perfect combination of sweet, gooey filling on the inside and delicious Cadbury milk chocolate on the outside. They are small enough to eat in a single serving, but are big enough that you can satisfy your sweet tooth.

Over the years, Cadbury has come up with many different flavors, which are all equally delicious, making it hard to choose just one. Do you go classic style or mix it up with some of the newer creations out there? My personal favorite is the Caramel Cream Egg. Rich, delicious and sticky caramel is the perfect pairing with the milk chocolate on the outside. I've been known to eat at least one of these a day in the week or two leading up to Easter.

But yourself a box of Delicious Cadbury Creme Eggs this Easter and share with your friends and family. Teachers, why not share some with your students on the day before the big Easter holiday? They'll love you for it because everyone appreciates this delicious treat!


Cadbury Creme Eggs: The Long History

1923 : Cadbury introduces Cream-filled eggs, which would later become the Cadbury Cream Egg that we have today.

1971 : Introduction of Cadbury Creme Egg

1975 : First Cadbury Creme Egg TV advertising - which fueled the huge popularity of the Cream Egg.

1985 : The famous 'How do you eat yours' advertising campaign is launched

1994 : Cadbury introduces Cadbury Caramel egg & mini versions of the eggs.

Today : Over 300 million eggs are produced each year.


How are Cadbury Cream Eggs made? The secret is revealed!

The question that everyone wants to know!

First, liquid chocolate is poured into a 1/2 egg shaped mould. Then it's filled with white fondant and a dab of yellow fondant for the yolk. The fondant is denser than the chocolate, so it doesn't mix but instead pushes the chocolate outwards. Then, 2 mould halves are pushed together quickly, cooled and allowed to set. The moulds are removed and then the eggs go further down the line for packaging.

What's your Favorite Cadbury Egg?

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How do people eat their Cream Eggs?

53% of people bite off the top, lick out the 'creme' then eat the chocolate

20% just bite straight through

16% use their finger to scoop out the 'creme'

I'm firmly in category one. I always take a small bite off the top, and kind of suck the cream out. Then, I finish eating the rest of the chocolate.

Cadbury Caramel Eggs, Pack of 24

Cadbury Easter Caramel Eggs, 4-Count, 4.8oz Boxes (Pack of 6)
Cadbury Easter Caramel Eggs, 4-Count, 4.8oz Boxes (Pack of 6)

A delicious alternative to the cream-filled middle.


How to Eat a Cadbury Cream Egg

How many eggs do you eat during the Easter season?

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Cadbury Mini-Eggs: another delicious Easter Treat

Cadbury Holiday Chocolate Candy Coated Mini Eggs, 10 Ounce
Cadbury Holiday Chocolate Candy Coated Mini Eggs, 10 Ounce

Another Easter favorite from Cadbury, these are crunchy, chocolatey goodness which are irresistible. I've been known to shop the stores the day after Easter picking these up on sale so I can have another month or two of delicious chocolate crunch.


How many calories are in a Cadbury Creme Egg?

It's not so bad: 150 calories and 5 grams of fat. That's about 1/2 of the average Snicker Bar. So indulge yourself this Easter. Just don't eat two!

What's your favorite kind of Cadbury Egg?

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      6 years ago

      These are too sweet. It would be better if they made the filling more neautral with just a touch of sugar.

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      Mickie Goad 

      6 years ago

      I love the Mini Cadbury Chocolate Eggs. So classy in a clear glass bowl. I agree with other visitors, the Cadbury Creme Eggs are too sweet and one a year is enough.

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      6 years ago from Maryland

      I love these, but I only eat one a year...they're too sweet! :)

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      6 years ago

      I love the Cadbury Mini Eggs, the perfect candy.

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      Laraine Sims 

      6 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

      I love the ones with orange filling. I must admit that I love this time of year when the eggs are all fresh and gooey! Angel blessings!

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      Laraine Sims 

      6 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

      I love the ones with orange filling. I must admit that I love this time of year when the eggs are all fresh and gooey! Angel blessings!

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      6 years ago

      Love them but think i prefer mini eggs

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      6 years ago

      These are soooo good... I'm so sad when they aren't available after Easter.

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      6 years ago

      I like the traditional one. I remember one time asking for ONLY creme eggs for Easter. My parents always did a hide and seek clue search; the final prize awaited me in the fridge: an entire basket of creme eggs! That was fun!

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      6 years ago from California

      I absolutely loved the orange eggs! Unfortunately, I haven't seen them in the last two years and they aren't for sale on Amazon. I'm hoping they haven't disappeared for good!

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      6 years ago

      If I have the money I like to buy Cadbury Cream Eggs up during the Easter holiday so I can have them all year round.

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      6 years ago

      I wish I had a Cadbury Egg right now! Happy Easter!

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      6 years ago

      I love Cadbury eggs. My birthday is around Easter, so growing up my brother would often give me half a dozen (in an egg carton, of course) as a gift. We don't have the orange ones in Canada and I would love to try them!

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      Elsie Hagley 

      6 years ago from New Zealand

      Nice lens, was just looking around for some ides for valentine gifts, came across your lens.

      Another three months before Easter, but you still made me feel like a Cadbury cream egg.

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      7 years ago

      Yum. Nice lens.

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      Angela F 

      7 years ago from Seattle, WA

      I'm a sucker for caramel Cadburys. Nice lens!

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      Jen Maskill 

      7 years ago

      I LOVE LOVE LOVE Cadburys Cream Eggs! I love the Caramel ones too and I eat far too many of them at this time of year. Great lens Thanks

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      CathyLou LM 

      7 years ago

      I like them all. I didn't realise they had been around for such a long time!

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      Lee Hansen 

      7 years ago from Vermont

      I like the original flavor My younger daughter LOVES them ... so much that she snitches them from my granddaughter's Easter basket.

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      7 years ago from Benson, IL

      I like 'em all, actually. Of course, I have to put them in a drawer every Easter because if I have to look at them, you know I'm going to eat them.

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      7 years ago

      Original, and I have to have at least one before the season is over. :)

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      7 years ago

      I love cadbury's but...they don't love me! **can't eat just one** lol

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      7 years ago

      I love the Mini Cadbury Eggs and the Caramel Cadbury Eggs. I actually bought a bag of Mini's today. I have a feeling it's going to be a great, fattening Easter!


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