Deliciously gooey Cadbury Creme Egg Blondies. Quick and easy to make, they are the perfect Easter baking treat.
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It’s that time of year again when it is all about those Easter treats. Easter comes but once a year, am I right? So you NEED to make these blondies pronto!
If you love blondies and you love Easter eggs, then these are for YOU! Ooey, gooey blondies with delicious Cadbury Creme Eggs. They are over-the-top in the best kind of way.
If you’ve been looking for an easy Easter treat to try, you won’t want to miss these deliciously rich Cadbury Creme Egg Blondies!
Full printable recipe available at bottom of the post.
WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE CADBURY® CRÈME EGG BLONDIES
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- Milk chocolate eggs with soft fondant center (Cadbury® Crème Eggs)
- Brown sugar
- Vanilla extract
- Baking powder
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TIPS FOR MAKING CREME EGG BLONDIES:
- Don’t overbake your Creme Egg Blondies, cook until only just set.
- Be sure to resist and let your blondies cool down fully before cutting. They will fall into a mess if you cut them before they are cold.
- You can serve your brownies for dessert with vanilla ice cream or package up and give as a gift for the perfect Easter egg alternative.
- If you keep these Creme Egg Blondies in an airtight tin they will stay fresh for up to five days. There is no need to refrigerate them.
- To be extra sure that the Creme Eggs don’t melt when you are baking the Brownies, pop them in the fridge or freezer for an hour (or more or less depending on how much time you have!) before using. This will stop them collapsing during the baking process
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