I can't remember the first time I had a Cadbury Creme Egg. I remember being supremely grossed out by them when I was kid because, you know, they looked like eggs. But once I was convinced to bite into one, I was hooked. The outside is silky milk chocolate and the inside is a granular sweet good that oozes out when you chow down. It's true that some things might seem better because they are only available at certain times of year and maybe I wouldn't be so gungho about Cadbury Eggs if I could get them in August, but dang they are tasty and you can't beat the sugar rush.
I wasn't allowed to eat Cadbury Creme Eggs until the Easter Bunny brought them. This was torture for a kid who loooooved them! A few weeks before the big day, I'd start to see them in the store and BEG for one. Once in a while, dad would come home during Holy Week with an egg for each of us. Lent? Who follows Lenten rules when you're dealing with Creme Eggs? Not my family, that's for sure. On a standard Cadbury Creme Egg there's about a quarter inch of chocolate right … more
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A chocolate egg manufactured by the Cadbury company that is filled with fondant made of egg, creme, sugar and otheradditives in white and yellow colors so as to mimick a real egg.
Creme Eggs are produced by Cadbury plc in the United Kingdom, and under license by The Hershey Company in the United States. by the Cadbury Brothers in 1923, the Creme Egg in its current form was introduced in 1971.