Cadbury Creme Egg Coffee

Cadbury Creme Egg Coffee

When I was a kid, my favorite thing about Easter was the candy – especially gooey and sweet Cadbury Creme Eggs. Even now I can’t resist buying a package around Easter, although I will freely admit that I can’t eat them like I used too because I find them to be a little on the sweet side. This sweetness is not a bad thing, however, as it opens the door for other culinary uses for the chocolate eggs. For instance, you can make a Cadbury Creme Egg Pie with a whole batch of them. Or, you can turn it into a handy way to sweeten your coffee.

Cadbury Creme Egg Coffee is exactly what it sounds like: coffee sweetened with a Cadbury Creme Egg. All you need to do is dissolve a whole, large egg into a hot mug of freshly brewed coffee. The egg adds a nice sweetness and a hint of chocolate without much effort at all. I prefer using the Cadbury Caramel Eggs, which add a subtler sweetness and give the coffee a caramel-latte feel. You don’t need to add milk or cream to the coffee after adding the egg, although a little bit of whipped cream makes the coffee look quite festive if you plan to serve this around Easter.

Coffee with Melted Cadbury Creme Egg

Cadbury Creme Egg Coffee
1 mug of very hot coffee
1 Cadbury Creme Egg, original or caramel
whipped cream (optional)

Add Cadbury Creme Egg to a mug of very hot coffee. Use a spoon to break up the egg shell and stir until egg has completely dissolved. Top with whipped cream, if desired, before serving.

Serves 1.

Cadbury Caramel Egg Coffee

  1. Cal Chapman
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