Cadbury Creme Egg Dip

Guys, if you are on a diet, forget about what calories are. Forget that the word ‘diet’ exists because right now, we are going to get… maybe a little tiny bit fat with this Cadbury Crème Egg DIP. *winks* Who’s with me here? “Dude, we are always with you when it comes to food.” High five, bruh! That’s what I love to hear. *winks* Anyway, why don’t we start with a minute of introduction about Cadbury Crème Egg and the person who have a great addiction towards it? Well, maybe after you've tried her recipe, you'll be signing up to her Cadbury Crème Egg fans club too, just like me. *winks* Alright, so here we go!

The woman who is addicted to Cadbury Crème Egg is Sarah. Sarah resides in the Midwest and she is a full-time marketing professional, wife, and mom to two children. She also loves outdoors. Sarah is not only a Cadbury Crème Egg addict, she is also fanatic of Pinterest.

Sarah is behind the ‘Bitz and Giggles’ blog. “I started this blog because I was inspired by other bloggers who openly share their ideas on raising their children, keeping their homes in order, juggling a professional career, keeping the faith and just downright enjoying life and having fun,” says Sarah. She is also interested in photography, writing, beautifying and cleaning her home, whipping up yummy recipes and finding new activities to keep her kids happy. This is the kind of mom that I want to be when I become one. *winks*

It’s Cadbury Crème Egg time! Cadbury Crème Egg is a “chocolate product produced in the shape of an egg.” It consists of a thick milk chocolate shell, with a white and yellow fondant filling in it which mimics the albumen and yolk of a chicken egg.

According to Wikipedia, “Crème Eggs are the best selling confectionery item between New Year's Day and Easter in the UK, with annual sales in excess of 200 million and a brand value of approximately £55 million.” This product is produced by Cadbury in United Kingdom and Canada’s Cadbury Adams, and is sold by Mondelēz International in all markets except the United States. The product is introduced in 1963 with a name ‘Fry's Creme Eggs’. In 1971, it is renamed to ‘Cadbury’s Crème Eggs’.

Guys, the eating time has arrived. "Sign me up to the Cadbury Crème Egg fans club!" Will do, buddy! *winks* Now it is time for you to enjoy! The link to the recipe we are talking about here is for a DIP and is found on the "Bitz and Giggles" website below.

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