Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge

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Easter is nearly upon us so I felt had to do something fun and different to my previous Easter posts so I put my brain to work and came up with the idea of Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge! This recipe might come in handy if you find your household with a glut of eggs and you just want to recycle them into something a bit different or maybe you’d like to impress a friend with a thoughtful Easter gift?

Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge - Fab Food 4 All

As a child we had all the usual Easter eggs that are still around today but my absolute favourite thing was a filled cardboard egg. Mum would take me to the local sweetshop and I’d get to choose what treats I wanted in my egg (it’s actually in the background of the 1st picture above). From behind the glass counter the owner would place my individual choices into a paper bag (not like today’s self service) and I think this made the ritual all the more special! Easter was an extra exciting time for sweets and I remember things like foiled chocolate ladybirds with black paper feet, little foiled chicks, foil wrapped chocolate eggs, speckled jelly eggs, fried eggs and more.

Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge - Fab Food 4 All

Anyway, back to the Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge, not only are there mini Creme Eggs and mini eggs on top of it there are also Creme Eggs melted into it so if you know a Creme Egg fan then this is definitely the fudge for them! My kids and hubby are constantly sneaking a piece from the fridge when I’m not looking and I may have indulged in a few more pieces than I should myself!

Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge - Fab Food 4 All

What are your childhood Easter memories? Did you have a favourite Easter Egg? Do let me know in the comments below! Oh and changing the subject completely, my blog turned 4 on Sunday so I’d just like to say thank you to all my readers, fellow supportive bloggers and all the like minded brands that I work with:-) Here’s the the next 4 years and beyond!

5.0 from 12 reviews
Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge
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Imagine creamy soft fudge with Creme Eggs melted into it along with dark chocolate and decorated with mini Creme Eggs and Mini Eggs then you have my Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge!
Serves: 36
  • 450g Granulated sugar
  • 150g Unsalted butter
  • 150 mls Semi-skimmed milk
  • 50g Golden syrup
  • 3 Cadbury Creme eggs, chopped
  • 50g Dark chocolate, broken up
  • For decoration:
  • 1 Pack Cadbury Mini Creme Eggs
  • 2 handfuls of Mini Eggs (I used Smarties ones)
  1. Grease a 20 x 24.5cm tin with butter and line with a single sheet of baking paper allowing extra to hang over each end (which will act as handles for removing fudge).
  2. Place the sugar, butter, milk, golden syrup and Creme Eggs into a heavy based saucepan.
  3. Heat gently and stir until the sugar has completely dissolved (a whisk is useful).
  4. Bring the mixture to the boil and then boil gently, stirring ocassionally, for 10 minutes or until it reaches “soft ball” stage of 116ºC (use a sugar thermometer)..
  5. Remove the pan from the heat and set aside for 5 – 10 minutes.
  6. Beat the mixture with a whisk until it starts to go thick and grainy.
  7. Pour the fudge into the tin and even out with a plastic spatula if necessary.
  8. Decorate by pushing the Creme Eggs and mini eggs into the surface.
  9. Allow to cool.
  10. Once cool remove the fudge from the tin and cut into bite sized pieces (I made 36 generous sized pieces).
  11. Store in an airtight container in the fridge where it should keep for at least 2 weeks.

Here’s a video I put on Instagram of some of the fudge making stages which you might find useful!

A video posted by Camilla (@fabfood4all) on

Creme Egg Chocolate Fudge - Fab Food 4 All

Here are some more Easter recipes with either Creme Eggs or Mini Eggs that you might like:

Creme Egg Brownies – Fab Food 4 All
Easter Chocolate Granola Cakes – Fab Food 4 Alll
Leftover Easter Chocolate Traybake & Bark – Foodie Quine
Creme Egg Chocolate Cookie Bars – BakingQueen74
Creme Egg Buns – Tin & Thyme
Creme Egg Stuffed Chocolate Cookies – Munchies & Munchkins
Creme Egg Double Chocolate Muffins – From Plate to Pen
Creme Egg Peanut Butter & Nutella Cake – Recipes from a Pantry
Creme Egg Macarons – Emily’s Recipes and Reviews

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  1. Sarah Cooper

    This looks amazing!

  2. Maya Russell

    Well I don’t have any mini eggs or creme eggs left over from Easter but this is a nice recipe!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Maya, you could always improvise;)

  3. Sam McKean

    Wow, these sound amazing, just the ticket for leftover easter stuff!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Sam:-)

  4. Tracy K Nixon

    Ohhh delishious – we still have Cadbury’s Creme eggs left!

  5. Christina - Ladybug Home

    Yummy and fun recipe. I hope you had a fun Easter. Definitely want to make these with left over easter candy.

    1. Camilla

      Thank you Christina, I was a bit a wet one due to the weather so we had an indoor Easter Egg Hunt this year!

  6. Lindsey Stuart

    This looks absolutely amazing and super tasty! I really want to try and bake this
    Thankyou for sharing

    1. Camilla

      No baking involved in fudge making:-)

  7. Jessica

    Cute and yummy! A timely sweet recipe.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Jessica, we’ve nearly finished it all up now!

  8. Angela

    What a fun treat or gift!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Angela:-)

  9. April J Harris

    That is some seriously amazing fudge, Camilla! The Cream Egg lovers in our house (that would be all of us actually) are going to love this!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you April, enjoy:-)

  10. allie @ Through Her Looking Glass

    How delicious is this fudge. I crave these mini eggs at this time of year!!! Great recipe.

    1. Camilla

      Thank you so much Allie, me too:-)

  11. Rachel

    This looks just totally mouthwateringly divine, much better than an Easter Egg!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you Rachel, yes I have to say I do find Easter Eggs a bit boring!

  12. Fashion and Style Police

    This looks too good. I have to try this out for myself x

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Stella:-)

  13. Ickle Pickle

    This looks absolutely delicious – I love creme eggs. I would love to make some over Easter. Kaz x

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Kaz, having to restrain myself here LOL:-)

  14. kellie@foodtoglow

    Not a creme egg person, but your images and ideas are so wonderful. If you are going to go all out with sugar and chocolate at Easter, this is the way to go!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Kellie:-)

  15. Dom

    Oh yeah baby! These are so colourful and so fun. Adorable!0

    1. Camilla

      LOL thanks Dom, it’s nice to let out your inner child every now and again:-)

  16. Stuart Vettese

    I turn my back for 2 months, come back and everyone is creme egg daft! But I can see why – flipping gorgeous fudge Camilla!

    1. Camilla

      LOL I’m making it an annual tradition, thanks Stuart:-)

  17. Renna

    Omg…. I don’t like creme eggs, but, my mouth is watering at the thought that you used galaxy caramel eggs instead… I love fudge… Always have. Looks amazing.

    1. Camilla

      LOL Renna thanks, yes you could swap the eggs perhaps:-)

  18. Patty Haxton Anderson

    Happy Blog anniversary! This is such a fun recipe! Nice work.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Patty, I had a lot of fun with this:-)

  19. Georgina Ingham | Culinary Travels

    Well, this looks amazing! Great use for some of the homemade creme eggs I’m planning on making this weekend too.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Georgina. I saw a video of Paul A Young making creme eggs the other day, very inspiring, maybe it was you that shared it!

  20. Rhian Westbury

    Oh my god these look absolutely incredible, I think after Easter I might have to stock up on Creme Eggs so I can make these x

    1. Camilla

      Thank you Rhian, yes after Easter they are always cheap:-)

  21. Tamara

    I love food stories! Thanks for sharing about your childhood. My memories of Easter always included a pretty new dress, and a gigantic egg hunt with about 24 cousins that included real and artificial eggs… Families are too spread out for that now (sadly). Great post!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Tamara, oh that sounds glorious, a new dress and an Easter Egg Hunt with so many cousins!

  22. peter @feedyoursoultoo

    You had me at fudge. The eggs are such a fun addition.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Peter, it’s Easter, has to be fun:-)

  23. kate @veggie desserts

    Woah, these look amazing!! What a great treat. So stunning. My best Easter memories are of the big yellow fluffy chicken suit that my mum made for my sisters and I. My little sister won a Sony Walkman (I’m showing my age now) at a school fair wearing that suit!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Kate. Wow, a Sony Walkman, that was a mega prize, I only had a Sanyo Walkman which was about a third of the price and a lot bigger, burgundy it was:-)

  24. Lisa | Garlic + Zest

    Well, this just looks dangerous (for my thighs)! Thank heavens Easter is but once a year!

    1. Camilla

      Mine to LOL Lisa:-)

  25. Cathy Glynn

    Camilla these look delicious, I’m sure they will be a huge hit with my daughter, I need to get my baking hat on. x

    1. Camilla

      Great Cathy, hope your daughter enjoys them:-)

  26. J @ Bless Her Heart Y'all

    What a delicious fudge idea for Easter and spring! Adorable and I bet it tastes delicious! Yum!

    1. Camilla

      Thanks J! Having another slice just to make sure:-)

  27. Sara | Belly Rumbles

    How bright and gorgeous for Easter. Eggs with fudge, way better than eggs alone.

    1. Camilla

      Thank you Sara:-)

  28. Jacqueline Meldrum

    I love that you’ve added a bit of colour to these. So many creme egg recipes look bland and boring.

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Jacs, yes I thought the Smarties Mini Eggs made it a bit more fun:-)

  29. Katie Bryson

    Happy Blog Birthday Camilla! What a wonderfully indulgent recipe for the Easter hols – love it! I used to get so excited about Easter and the seemingly giant eggs with a little bag of treats inside. I’d make mine last for months, whereas my brother would eat his in one day!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you Katie. Yes I was the same, my eggs in boxes lasted a very long time and as I was an only child until I was 8 there was no-one to steal my booty:-)

  30. Sarah

    Aw that’s so lovely that your mum used to take you down to the sweet shop to fill your egg. I love sweet shops, we have one here in Bangor,Co Down. it’s one of my favourite places to go to for a sugar hit and you get your sweets handed to you in a paper bag! It’s sad those type of shops are a dying breed – they are the best!

    Back to the fudge…love it and the mini eggs are so bright for Easter. At first glance I thought they were giant smarties, but woah – I didn’t know Smarties did mini eggs! My mum loves Smarties and I always get her a Smartie Easter egg (it comes with a tube of smarties – never seen one with mini eggs!) but I’m thinking she’d love these!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you Sarah, it is such a shame that these small independent sweet shops have struggled to survive and the personal service aspect is also dying out. Glad you have a traditional sweet shop local to you! Love that your mum is a Smarties fan – it’s a treat you never grow out of I have to admit:-)

  31. Elanor

    Oh my goodness, this looks sooo delicious! I will need to try this out ready for the weekend! 🙂

    1. Camilla

      Great Elanor, enjoy:-)

  32. Elinor Hill aka Beachhutcook

    Oh forget that diet! Now I’ve seen this, I’m shouting to hell with it and stuffing my face with easter chocolates for the next few days!

    1. Camilla

      LOL Elinor, I say this most days:-)

  33. Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

    Oh Camilla. You’re determined to ruin my diet aren’t you 😉 This looks SO SO good. I love that you melted some Creme Eggs into the fudge as well as just placing them on top. Shared this everywhere so that perhaps I won’t be tempted to make it 😉

    1. Camilla

      Thanks Becca, yes I think I’ll be needing a diet myself soon LOL!

  34. Heather Haigh

    Oh wow, so naughty but so nice……

    1. Camilla

      Very naughty Heather;-)

  35. munchies & munchkins

    This looks so good Camilla! I love mini eggs and ah they must be awesome in fudge!

    1. Camilla

      Thank you, having to restrain myself here:-)

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