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Posted:  |  Updated: 10/28/13 EDT

Cadbury Creme Egg Recipe Creations

We see a lot of eggs come Easter time, but the egg that reigns supreme during this spring-time holiday is without question the Cadbury Creme Egg. Milk chocolate on the outside with a silky and creamy filling -- it tastes of perfection. The only problem with this sugar-laden chocolate egg is that they're only available this one time of year. (Where do these delightful treats go during summer, fall and winter?)

To make up for these gaps in Cadbury Creme Egg indulgence, it's important to get your fill of them when they are around -- which is right now. And the best way to do that, besides eating one right after another, is to incorporate them into your dishes and recipes. That's what we did at Kitchen Daily and the results were delicious. We made treats such as doughnuts stuffed with Cadbury Creme Eggs, s'mores with the egg in place of plain chocolate, and chocolate and creme egg-swirled milk shakes. Click through the slideshow below for the recipes and more inspiration.

Cadbury Egg Doughnuts
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Cadbury Eggs + Doughnuts = The ultimate in indulgence. These little mouthfuls of bliss are easier to make than you might think. Frozen Cadbury Eggs are rolled in a thin layer of pizza dough (use homemade, store-bought, or a ball from your local pizzeria), making sure to seal the edges well. Fry each doughnut in a few inches of hot oil for a minute or two, until they're golden brown. Dry them and blot their oil on a paper towel for a couple of minutes, and then dust with powdered sugar for the finishing touch. The key to perfection? Make sure your Cadbury Eggs have been frozen for at least 4 hours beforehand. That way, they won't turn to liquid in the fryer -- instead you'll be left with a soft, gooey center whose chocolate melts into the warm, puffy dough. Heaven.
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