A few years ago, I made my first Cadbury Creme Egg Coffee by dissolving a whole Cadbury Creme Egg into a mug of hot coffee to both create a sweet, mocha-like drink and make good use of leftover Easter candy. The drink has become an Easter tradition for me. This year I decided to mix things up with Chocolate Cadbury Creme Eggs, which I hadn’t had before. These eggs are filled with a rich chocolate mousse-like filling that is sweet, but also has a strong chocolate flavor.
When I dropped the egg into my coffee, it melted smoothly and turned out an even more delicious drink than the classic Creme Egg does. It is rich, creamy and has a great mocha flavor – even though I didn’t add any milk. I will be stocking up on Chocolate Creme Eggs just to keep them on hand to make these after Easter – but you might want to pick some up for an Easter brunch or party because these eggs make serving coffee quite a bit more fun (and, of course, tasty).
Cadbury Chocolate Creme Egg Mocha
1 mug of very hot coffee
1 whole Chocolate Cadbury Creme Egg
whipped cream (optional)
Add Chocolate 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 (and drizzle with chocolate), if desired, before serving.
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