Cadbury Creme Egg (Box of 48)
- Chocolate Egg containing white and yellow fondant filling
- Delicious and creamy taste
- Consists of a thick milk chocolate shell
- Loaded with sweet and heavenly crème
- A perfect Easter treat
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A milk chocolate egg containing white and yellow fondant filling. Creme delicious milk chocolate egg with a gooey fondant centre. It is suitable for vegetarians and a perfect Easter treat and chocolate pack a delicious, creamy taste. Suitable for vegetarians.
MILK chocolate (MILK, Sugar, Cocoa butter, Cocoa mass, Vegetable fat, Emulsifiers (E442, E476, SOYA lecithin), Flavourings), Fondant (47%) (Sugar, Glucose syrup, Invert Sugar Syrup, Dried EGG white, Flavouring, Colour (Paprika extract)).See all Product description
From the manufacturer
Creme Egg Hunting Season has finally arrived!
These chocolatey gooey goodies are back! That glorious time of year where for a few precious months, these gooey little goodies swarm our streets all ripe and ready for the taking. With its milk chocolate shell, creme fondant and yellow 'yolk’, Cadbury Creme Egg is absolutely unique in the market, and over 200 million of them are sold in the UK every year.
The eggs are available on sale between January and Easter, only. Make sure you get them before they’re gone!
Did you know?
Cadbury Creme Eggs were launched in 1971 and after only 4 years they became a cult through the power of TV advertising.
About 1.5 million Cadbury Creme Egg eggs can be made every day at the Bournville factory.
They’re made in two halves, both filled with white fondant and one additionally filled with yellow fondant; the two halves are closed together quickly and there it is – a Cadbury Creme Egg!
|Cadbury Chocolate Creme Egg (475g)||Cadbury Creme Egg (197g)||Cadbury Creme Egg (48-pack)||Cadbury Chocolate Creme Egg Bags (89g)|
|Available Pack-sizes||12 packs of 4 Creme Eggs individually wrapped||5 packs of 4 Creme Eggs individually wrapped||48 loose Creme Eggs individually wrapped||22-packs of 89g Creme Eggs bags|
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Doesn't the name sell this for you?
All I feel I can say is it is a genuine product and in date.
This add on price works out at 35 per Egg which is great.
Can you remember eating cream eggs as a child? How do you eat yours?
I can, I remember how hard the chocolate egg was. How think the chocolate was as well. If i attempted to bite it i just hurt my teeth. So I use to scrape the top with my teeth so I could make it thin enough to bite a small hole in the top. Then of course I was finally introduced to the filling. I would change the way I ate this. Just to mix things up. My tongue, scoping with my finger (which got me told off) even trying a spoon
Anyway my point is to a earlier review about the change from dairy milk chocolate.
Cream eggs where not made from diary milk chocolate. This was a thing they tried out for just 1 year.
So I'm happy to see my hard chocolate friends back. The dairy milk chocolate is lush yes. But to soft and would melt in your hand if you tried to eat your egg in different ways. Or if you picked on up popped it in your pocket to eat later it would melt to the foil. Now I can try and take the foil off in one go (Have you tried this) without ripping it. You couldn't do this with the soft chocolate. The foil was alway stuck to the egg and the egg just sticking with the filling that's somehow got all over.
Well I hope you have enjoyed my review and I hope you enjoy eating your eggs. Have fun
They're creme eggs, they're fantastic! There are many reviews saying they're not the same as they used to be, and they're correct.
However, if you've had a creme egg since January 2015, these are exactly the same. The recipe changed back then from dairy milk chocolate to a standard cocoa mix. I couldn't find any information on the filling recipe changing, so I believe that's the same.
The chocolate isn't bad, it's just not as nice as the dairy milk we're all used to. I have still managed to eat up to 3 a day... I really need to back off them...
it never used to be this way sadly they have shrunk considerably to how they were when I was a child (strange the price hasn't though lol) so 1 egg is just not enough :(
Luckily as I am not the only one in this household that loves them so they don't last too long the thught of 48 chocolate eggs going straight onto my hips is scary :O
I fnd a box of 48 is great value on Amazon approx 34p each when I purchased they are normally around 65-95p each in the shops
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