From Creme Egg brownies to Creme Egg ice cream, we’ve got plenty of mouth-watering Creme Egg recipes to choose from.
If you’re looking for a way to use up Creme Eggs, our Creme Egg recipes are sure to inspire. We’ve got everything from milkshakes to flapjacks to fudge.
Just like Mini Eggs, Creme Eggs are a popular sweet treat. They dominate supermarket shelves in the lead up to Easter and cost around 50p per egg, depending on the retailer, making them rather cheap Easter eggs.
As Creme Eggs aren’t available all year round, we’d highly recommend making your own. You can make Creme Eggs from scratch using our homemade Creme Eggs recipe featured in our video above. They are super easy to make using just three ingredients.
See all of our Creme Egg recipes below…
Creme Egg recipes for Easter
These sweet Creme Egg flapjacks take just 15 minutes to prepare. The flapjack mixture is made with two melted Creme Eggs and drizzled with melted white chocolate and yellow food colouring to create the Creme Egg ‘goo’ effect.
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This delicious Creme Egg ice cream serves 12. Made with full fat milk, double cream and four crushed Creme Eggs, this is a luxurious Creme Egg recipe. Serve in a bowl or scooped on a cone.
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Creme Egg puff pastry twists are made just using four ingredients: ready rolled puff pastry, Creme Eggs, an egg and icing sugar. The sticky, gooey Creme Eggs make this pastry extra sweet. Serve with dipping chocolate for an extra naughty treat.
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One of the most popular Creme Egg recipes, Creme Egg brownies are thick, gooey and rich in chocolate flavour. The perfect Easter dessert drizzled with fresh cream or served warm with a scoop of ice cream. Prepare in just 10 minutes.
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A piece of this Creme Egg fudge is only 73 calories per serving. This recipe makes 60 fudge squares. Each square has a dense dark chocolate flavour. The Creme Eggs are cut into pieces and pressed into the fudge before leaving too cool.
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It takes just four ingredients; Creme Eggs, ice cream, milk and rum (optional) to make a Creme Egg milkshake. Topped with whipped cream, caramel and chocolate sauce and more Creme Eggs, this is the ultimate way to use up Creme Eggs.
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This delicious Creme Egg ice cream is made to a 'no-churn' recipe which means the base is made up of just two ingredients; double cream and condensed milk - to give a beautifully creamy finish. Chocolate, vanilla and Creme Eggs are stirred through for a seasonal twist and then we've served the whole thing up in an Easter Egg.
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Thickly sliced bread, coated in butter and fried in a pan means the edges are crunchy and golden while the middle is soft and melting, oozing with Creme Egg.
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The 'soldiers' in this recipe are made out of deliciously spiced French toast which gives them texture and flavour, perfect for dunking into the 'yolk' of your Creme Egg.
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This decadent cake would make the perfect centrepiece for your Easter table. With soft chocolate sponge, a creamy centre and lots of Creme Eggs piled on top this cake serves 12.
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These Creme Egg cake bars have a rich chocolate sponge, which is hiding 9 mini Creme Eggs. Topped with a thick chocolate coating and more Creme Eggs, these cake bars are a naughty afternoon treat perfect for sharing as this recipe makes 12.
This impressive cheesecake is made with Philadelphia, double cream and the base is made with crushed Creme Eggs and biscuits too.
These rich and buttery cookies are made with cocoa powder and a mini Creme Egg split in half. You could take this recipe to the next level by crushing the Creme Eggs into the cookie dough too.
Impress your friends and family on Easter Sunday by whipping up this delicious, rich Creme Egg roulade. It's easier to make than it looks and is packed with gooey Creme Eggs and drizzled in vibrant coloured icing.
This hot cross Creme Egg pudding recipe takes the Easter classic to the next level by adding Creme Eggs to the mix. Serve with fresh cream, ice cream or drizzle with custard.
The kids are going to love these creative little chocolate eggs filled with vanilla ice cream and passion fruit curd. This Ice cream Creme Eggs makes four eggs.
The kids will love this delicious white chocolate rocky road made with Creme Eggs. Drizzle with an orange icing and more chocolate, this fun and creative rocky road can be ready in under 1 hour.
These Creme Egg pain au chocolat take just 15 minutes to prepare and 15 minutes to cook. Each buttery pastry parcel is filled with two mini Creme Eggs and drizzled in Nutella.
Display this impressive Creme Egg croquembouche in the centre of your dinner table for all to see come Easter. This tower is made with a mixture of mini and regular Creme Eggs along with profiteroles.
This impressive Creme Egg bundt cake is filled with Creme Eggs, topped with Creme Eggs and coated in melted chocolate. It's a showstopper.
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It's easy to make these Scotch Creme Eggs. Just coat a Creme Egg in cake and coconut and serve. This fun recipe is a great one to make with kids as it takes no cooking.
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These Creme Egg cupcakes would make delicious Easter gift for your friends and family. Each cake is topped with a mini Creme egg and a light Swiss meringue buttercream. These sweet treats have mini Creme Eggs hidden in the middle too.
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In this recipe, the Creme Egg is broken up - the 'goo' is warmed to make a sweet, melted marshmallow topping and the chocolate coating is melted and added to the pancake mix for chocolate flavoured pancakes. We think this is a great way to transform your Creme Egg.
Get the recipe: Cadbury Creme Egg chocolate pancakes