Ahh the Cadbury Creme Egg...a staple and favorite for many of us around the world. This dessert is a thick milk chocolate coating fill with a yellow and white fondant which has the look of a real egg. Funny why we all find this soooo appealing, but we like what we like. Out of curiosity for you foodies out there....Cadbury Creme Eggs are the best selling candy between New Years and Easter in the UK specifically and generate over 200 million in sales. Cadbury is found in both the UK and in Canada, and of course the US from Hershey.
If you are looking for something sweet to offer your family and friends during this Easter season, then you must try out this fudge recipe. It is really mouth-watering and the look of it alone will make you crave more.
For this recipe you will need only a few ingredients that are all rather basic. Get some light corn syrup, butter, powdered sugar, salt, chocolate chips and food coloring. These few basic ingredients will help you make a delicious dessert this Easter.
Since it is Easter, why not have your kids involved in this activity and make it as your family’s secret recipe. If it is your first time to ever bake this, don’t be frustrated if it doesn’t come out perfect. It will take a few more tries before you can actually manage the perfection that you see in the pictures. Perhaps you are a master chef and will be able to pull it off in the first round. If there are leftovers, it can easily be put in the fridge and saved for later. That’s an “if” by the way, especially if you have a 'sweets' loving family.
Well, enjoy! The link to the recipe is found on the "Raising 4 Princesses’ website link below.