If you love Creme Eggs as much as we do, you’re going to love this round-up of delicious, mouth-watering Creme Egg recipes including Creme Egg cupcakes, Creme Egg cheesecake and more
We’ve got lots of easy Creme Egg recipes for you to try at home. Easter baking just got interesting, including these stunning chocolate Creme Egg brownies, a no-bake Creme Egg cheesecake, Creme Egg cookies and hot cross Creme Egg pudding.
If you love Creme Eggs as much as we do, you’re going to love this round-up of delicious Creme Egg recipes. Who would have thought you could do so much with a Creme Egg? They’re perfect for baking in the centre of a soft cupcake or crunchy biscuit being the star attraction in a naughty but nice Creme Egg milkshake. The best part about cooking with Creme Eggs? The gooey, sweet, warm melt-in-the-mouth surprise when you take a bite!
Creme Eggs tend to pop up during Easter so these recipes would be perfect for treating the kids and getting messy on Easter Sunday with the whole family. But don’t limit yourself to just a couple of months of Creme Egg fun – our ingenious ideas can be used throughout the year – shhh… we won’t tell if you won’t! Both kids and adults are going to go crazy for these tasty creations so get making, baking, melting and eating today!
Start with this seriously impressive Creme Egg brownies recipe, which will make a delicious centrepiece to your Easter table. Warm, soft chocolate brownies are the perfect weekend treat but when they’re topped with melting Creme Eggs, you’ll be wanting to make them every day of the week! Halve the Creme Eggs and push firmly into the brownie mix at the last few minutes of cooking so the eggs can warm through – delicious! Top with ice cream for an extra naughty treat!
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Love making milkshakes? This Creme Egg version is not to be missed! Just three ingredients; Creme Egg, milk and ice cream and a quick blitz in the blender and this delicious drink is ready to be enjoyed – the kids are going to love the creamy and chocolaty taste of this tempting treat. And if you’re feeling a little more adventurous then we’ve added the option to make this into an adult-only boozy freakshake – happy holidays!
Get the recipe: Creme Egg milkshake
This delicious ice cream is made to a ‘no-churn’ recipe which means the base is made up of just two ingredients – double cream and condensed milk – to give a beautifully creamy finish. Chocolate, vanilla and Creme Eggs are stirred through for a seasonal twist and then we’ve served the whole thing up in an Easter Egg – because we thought there wasn’t quite enough going on!
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It sounds like it shouldn’t work, but somehow it just does. Thickly sliced bread, coated in butter and fried in a pan means the edges are crunchy and golden while the middle is soft and melting, oozing with Creme Egg. This is a naughty breakfast, but if you’re going to be bad you may as well do it properly!
Get the recipe: Creme Egg toastie
Eggs are a delicious breakfast, that’s for sure, but Creme Eggs take things to the next level. The ‘soldiers’ in this recipe are made out of deliciously spiced French toast which gives them texture and flavour, perfect for dunking into the ‘yolk’ of your Creme Egg. Kids and adults alike will love this one, and we think it’s perfect for Easter morning!
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This decadent cake would make the perfect centrepiece for your Easter table or a fab back up to have in a tin on the side for when visitors pop round (although, we’ve never managed to make it last that long!). With soft chocolate sponge, a creamy centre and lots of Creme Eggs piled on top this is sure to be a crowd-pleaser
Get the recipe: Creme Egg cake
Yes, you can now make your very own Creme Eggs at home. Watch how easy it really is with our simple, step-by-step recipe. Once you’ve mastered this recipe you can use your homemade Creme Eggs to make all of these delicious treats.
Get the recipe: Homemade Creme eggs
If you’re having the family over this Easter, whip up a batch of these delicious and rather naughty cake bars. The sponge hides Creme Eggs and the filling is inspired by the Creme Egg filling too. Top with chocolate and more Creme Eggs and ta-dah, you’ve got a masterpiece!
Cheesecake fans, this one’s for you! This impressive cheesecake is made with Philadelphia, double cream and the base is made with crushed Creme Eggs and biscuits too.
A sweet Easter weekend treat – Creme Egg cookies! These rich and buttery cookies are made with cocoa powder and a mini Creme Egg split in half. You could take this recipe to the next level by crushing the Creme Eggs into the cookie dough too! Delicious.
Impress your friends and family on Easter Sunday by whipping up this delicious, rich Creme Egg roulade. It’s easier to make than it looks and is packed with gooey Creme Eggs and drizzled in vibrant coloured icing.
Nothing says Easter better than a fresh batch of hot cross buns. This recipe takes the Easter classic to the next level by adding Creme Eggs to the mix. It’s the perfect treat to devour on Easter Sunday.
The kids are going to love these creative little chocolate eggs filled with vanilla ice cream and passion fruit curd. Delicious and easy to make!
The kids are just going to love this delicious white chocolate rocky road made with, you guessed it, Creme Eggs! Drizzle with an orange icing and more chocolate, this fun and creative rocky road can be ready in under 1hr.
Not sure what to have for breakfast on Easter Sunday? We’ve got it covered! Meet the Creme Egg pain au chocolat. Each buttery pastry parcel is filled with two mini Creme Eggs and drizzled in Nutella – what more could you want for breakfast?
Display this impressive Creme Egg croquembouche in the centre of your dinner table for all to see come Easter. This tower is made with a mixture of mini and regular Creme Eggs along with profiteroles mmmm…
If you’ve got the whole family round for Easter this year ‘wow’ them with this amazing and rather delicious Creme Egg bundt cake. It’s topped with Creme Egg and filled with them too!
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How do you make a Creme Egg even more delicious? Cover it in cake and coconut of course! This fun recipe is a great one to make with kids as it takes no cooking – they’ll love it!
Get the recipe: Scotch Creme Eggs
These Creme Egg cupcakes would make an impressive and delicious Easter gift for your friends and family. Each cake is topped with a mini Creme egg and a light Swiss meringue buttercream – but that’s not all, these sweet treats have mini Creme Eggs hidden in the middle too!
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On the outside these biscuits look nothing more than simple shortbreads, but in the inside they’re bursting with a warm, gooey, chocolate centre that is sure to put a big smile on the everyone’s faces. Drizzled in white chocolate, these sweet biscuits turn a classic Creme Egg into a hidden gem!
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Get ready for plenty of Creme Egg fun with these cute characters. A few pieces of coloured fondant and one eager imagination is all you need – the kids are just going to love decorating the Creme Eggs like characters. They’re perfect for Easter Sunday fun!
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Yes, you really can transform a Creme Egg into a tart! This tasty and simple recipe turns a classic Creme Egg into a sweet dessert recipe which is perfect for sharing. Pairing Creme Eggs with digestive biscuits makes one delicious combo that you’ll want to make all year round!
Get the recipe: Cadbury Creme Egg chocolate tarts
Is your other half a Creme Egg fan? Why not win his heart over with these Cadbury Creme egg chocolate hearts? This recipe melts the ‘goo’ and the chocolate coating separately to make one tasty dessert treat – you’ll be mad to miss out on this!
Get the recipe: Cadbury Creme Egg chocolate hearts
These delicious, mouth-watering pancakes are not just for Pancake Day! In this recipe, the Creme Egg is broken up – the ‘goo’ is warmed to make a sweet, melted marshmallow topping and the chocolate coating is melted and added to the pancake mix for chocolate flavoured pancakes. We think this is a great way to transform your Creme Egg – just add a scoopful of ice cream and serve as a dessert!
Get the recipe: Cadbury Creme Egg chocolate pancakes
If you’ve had a deep-fried Mars Bar before you’ll know exactly what all the fuss is about. It might sound like a rather weird thing to do but trust us when we say that these deep-fried Creme Eggs are just heavenly! With a light crisp coating and a gooey, warm centre no one will be able to resist these treats.
Get the recipe: Deep fried Creme Eggs