Cadbury Egg Recipes
There aren't many things in the world more delicious than a Cadbury Creme Egg...but Huffington Post released this list of recipes to try to make perfection a bit better.
Frozen Cadbury Eggs rolled in a thin layer of dough. Make sure to seal the edges well, then fry each doughnut in a few inches of hot oil for a minute or two, until they're golden brown. Dry them and dust with powdered sugar for the finishing touch. The key to perfection? Freeze your Cadbury Eggs for at least 4 hours beforehand. This way they won't turn to liquid in the fryer; you'll be left with a soft, gooey center whose chocolate melts into the warm, puffy dough. Heaven.
S'mores = awesome. Cadbury eggs = awesome. Why wouldn't you put them together? Made just like a classic s'more, but in place of chocolate use half a Cadbury egg.
For this Cadbury Egg milk shake (it serves 2), you'll need 1 pint of chocolate ice cream, 1 cup of milk and 4 Cadbury Eggs. Blend the ice cream, milk and the filling only (not the chocolate shell) of 3 Cadbury Eggs until creamy and frothy. Stir in the 3 Cadbury Egg chocolate shells, chopped very finely. Divide the milk shake between two tall glasses. Top each with a 1/2 Cadbury egg and serve.
It's a cross between a chocolate panini and an egg sandwich. You'll need a slice of bread (cut in half), one Cadbury Creme Egg (refrigerated and cut in half) and butter. Grill the sandwich on a grill pan until the bread is well browned and crisp and the egg interior is completely melted.
After baking your favorite pie dough and allowing it to cool, blend the following ingredients with a mixer: 8 ounces cream cheese, 1/2 cup sour cream, 1/4 cup sugar, and 1 teaspoon orange zest (optional). Spoon the creamy filling into the pie shell, top with 4 halved Cadbury Eggs (a total of 8 halves), and allow the whole tart to chill in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours. Cut the tart into 8 slices when you're ready to serve.
Use a recipe for a regular Pound Cake, you'll need two 8-1/2 x 4-1/2 loaf pans, six Cadbury Creme Eggs and parchment paper. Line the loaf pans with parchment paper. Fill the loaf pans evenly with almost all of the cake batter. Add three creme eggs to each loaf pan. Top off with the rest of the batter. Cook the cake according to your Pound Cake recipe instructions.
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