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Cadbury Creme Egg chocolate pancakes

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Cadbury Creme Egg 'goo' over Easter pancakes
  • Makes: 8

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  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Mid-price

 

Get all 'gooey' this Easter and make these rich, delicious chocolate pancakes using classic Cadbury Crème Eggs. So more-ish...

Ingredients

  • 3 Cadbury Creme eggs
  • 225ml milk, plus an extra 10ml (2tsp)
  • 75g plain flour
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 1tbsp (15ml) sunflower oil

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Method

  1. Carefully cut the creme eggs in half down the seam and pull apart. Using a teaspoon, scoop out the 'goo' and place in a small saucepan (or place the 'goo' in a microwaveable bowl and microwave on high power for 10-20 secs depending on microwave rating).
  2. Break the milk chocolate shells into pieces, then place in a small bowl with 125ml of the milk. Place the bowl over a pan of simmering water and stir until the chocolate and milk has melted together. Allow to cool slightly.
  3. To make the pancakes, place the flour in a bowl, with the egg and remaining milk and chocolate milk, whisk together to form a batter.
  4. Dip a piece of rolled up kitchen paper into the oil and rub over an 18cm pancake or crepe pan, then heat over a moderate heat. Pour 2-3 tbsp of the chocolate batter into the pan, tilting it so that the batter covers the base thinly and evenly.
  5. Cook for about 1 min, or until the pancake is set and coloured underneath. Loosen the edges with a palette knife then either turn the pancake over or toss. Cook the second side for about 30 secs, or until just set.
  6. Slide the pancake onto a plate, cover with baking parchment or foil and keep warm. Use the oil to cook the remaining batter in the same way, to make another 7 pancakes. Add each one to the warm plate, layering with baking parchment.
  7. Place the pan with the 'goo' over a moderate heat with the 10ml of milk, until melted. Try not to stir the mixture, just gently shake the pan. To serve, fold the pancakes into triangles and drizzle the 'goo' sauce over the top.

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Johny

Infact she would have and you would have too! I gurantee you that. That you

Jackson Hutchison

I am sure that Nicola Crocker wouldnt have given you the time of day and now neither am i good-day!!!

Johny

It could have been a conversation BUT you kindly ruined all the chances for it to be. -_- Thanks alot!

Jackson Hutchison

It wasnt much of a conversation as it was more of an insult.

Johny

Ohh i see, he is a wrestler. Maybe i could cook for him one day? And as a matter of fact, there was no need for you to rudely interupt my and my fellow cook's conversation. Thank You.

Jackson Hutchison

Well since you asked my Big brother is highly trained proffesional westler. As for your other comment i too i'm only on here to share my passion for cooking lovely dishes. It was you who rudely insulted a fellow cook and thats why our disscusion became heated!

Johny

Excuse me? Could you explain who your "big" borther is. I am only here to share my love for cooking not to have heated debates. Thank You.

Jackson Hutchison

I am so touched that you accepted my dearest apology as i thought for a moment i would have to contact my "BIG" Brother to sort out the situation. Nice chatting to you> JH

Johny

Sincerely you mean. And no "us" men dont have to stick together infact. Yours lovingly Johny. Apology accepted though.

Jackson Hutchison

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Jackson Hutchison

My dear fellow i'm sicerely aplogise for my rudeness at your rudeness. As they say us men have to stick together. Yours Faithfully Jackson

Jackson Hutchison

To who?

Julie Carter

Who Are You? AND WHO ARE YOU FOLLOWING!!!

Johny

I think you should make sense of your own rudeness before you comment on my "rudeness"! Thank you Sir.

Jackson Hutchinson

How RUDE of you sir/Madam!!

Johny

I would eat it everyday. For a year.

Johny

Just like you.

Nicola Crocker

Sorry, sounds horrible!

meister268

I wonder just how many Weight Watchers Pro Points this little lot would amount too? I must admit though that it does look yummy albeit rather sickly but what the heck, it isn't as though you would eat it every day is it?

Hanan

I am making this recipe right now and it really looks delicios. mmmmm :)

Hiiiiiiiiiiii

V good. Tastes lovely

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