Cadbury creme egg brownies

Rich, fudgy and totally addictive, these Cadbury creme eggs brownies will be the first to disappear from your Easter table. The ultimate Easter dessert! 

Rich, fudgy and totally addictive, these Cadbury creme eggs brownies will be the first to disappear from your Easter table. The ultimate Easter dessert!

There’s a new movie coming up this Easter season. Very similar with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory only this one is called Roxana and the Cadbury Creme Eggs Factory. 

If I have to pick one candy I’m most looking forward to Easter it’s definitely the Cadbury Creme Eggs. I love the creaminess inside the chocolate shell. I wish they make this ginormous egg so I can eat the filling with the spoon and call it dinner.

Wrap around the creme eggs rich, fudgy brownie batter. Oh, yes! I did it! And let me tell you, way better than eating the eggs all by themselves. 

Cadbury creme egg brownies

To make these brownies start by melting the chocolate. Once the chocolate is slightly melted, set aside and in a mixing bowl cream the sugar and butter. Beat in the melted chocolate, egg and flour and spread the brownie batter on the bottom of a baking pan. Gently press the mini Cadburry creme eggs inside the brownie batter (the regular size Cadbury eggs are a little too big)

Bake, let cool and enjoy. It’s that simple!

The results are out of this world good. The outside forms a thin hard shell, the best part of the brownie if you ask me, and the inside is fudgy and totally addictive. The Cadbury eggs soften but still hold their shape.

Rich, fudgy and totally addictive, these Cadbury creme eggs brownies will be the first to disappear from your Easter table. The ultimate Easter dessert!

The recipe was first published on my friend Valerie’s blog

Cadbury creme egg brownies


Cadbury creme egg brownies

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

1 hour, 30 minutes

Yield: 16 squares

Cadbury creme egg brownies

Rich, fudgy, irresistible and totally addictive brownies with Cadbury Creme Eggs baked inside.


  • 3 oz semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup (113 grams) butter, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup (100 grams) brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup (120 grams) all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 18-20 mini Cadbury creme eggs, unwrapped


  1. Heat the oven to 350F. Line an 8X8 inch baking pan with parchment paper.
  2. Melt the chocolate chips in a microwave self bowl or double boiler. Stir until smooth and combined.
  3. In a mixing bowl, with the paddle attachment on, cream the butter and brown sugar until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes.
  4. Add the egg and stir well.
  5. With the mixer on low speed, pour in the melted chocolate.
  6. Slowly add the flour mixed with baking powder.
  7. Spread the batter on the bottom of the prepared pan and press in the the Cadbury creme eggs.
  8. Bake for about 30 minutes or until the top is set and firm to touch.
  9. Let cool completely before cutting into bars. Enjoy!


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  1. Mandy G says

    I love love love the caramel Cadbury eggs…I’m going to try this recipe with those too!! Thank you for the great idea!

  2. says

    When I was little – I used to sneak into my parent’s closet and sneak a few Cadbury Eggs (meant for my Easter basket). Of course they knew – but if they confronted me, I would pull out the Easter bunny card and start crying. (I was a wicked child). 😀

    So happy to have these delicious brownies on my site today!! Thanks, Roxana!

      • says

        thank you! i baked these today but for me the eggs did not hold their shape inside the brownies…instead they floated up to the top and all of the creme came seeping out. i baked them for less than 30 minutes at 350 so i’m not sure what i did wrong! they still tasted delicious, though!

  3. says

    My best childhood friend just loves cadbury creme eggs. I never had one till I met her! These look just delicious (no surprise) and I can’t wait to try the recipe. Thank you for sharing. I hope you have a bright and happy weekend!

  4. Frances says

    Hi , I have tried this twice now the end result amazing … but My eggs cook in the middle they do not stay white and creamy like yours .. they are brown and fudgy. I have tried bringing it out sooner, covering them first with brownie mix .. what am I doing wrong??

    • says

      Hi Frances,
      I did not cover the Cadbury creme eggs, just gently press them in the brownie batter. So sorry to hear yours melted, wonder why yours melted


  5. says

    I can’t stop thinking about these! They look so fudgy and wonderful…I saw them on Valerie’s blog and had to come say hi to the mastermind behind them :) Thanks so much for stopping by my blog too! Looking forward to following you.

    • Christine says

      Hi! I’m late to the party here but I wanted to try making these. Was just curious in the picture it looks like regular sized cream eggs were used but the recipe calls for mini ones?? Is here a reason for that?

  6. Cass says

    i’m planning to make these but i’m hoping these same measurements will be OK for my 9 x 13 inch pan? or should i do 1.5x the measurements?

    • says

      Hi Cass,
      If you’re planning on baking a 13X9″ pan you should almost double the recipe. Keeping the way I have it, it will make a very thin brownie

  7. British American says

    I doubled the recipe and made it in a 13×9 inch pan. I used 3 packets of 12 eggs.

    I was kind of disappointed with how it turned out. When you bite into an egg, it doesn’t have the ‘goo’ inside it anymore, like it does in your photo. So it just tastes like a piece of chocolate in a brownie and sometimes you get a chewy bite where the goo had melted into the brownie batter. It would have been better just to eat the $9 of eggs!

  8. Helen says

    This recipe is great. A little tip for those that are having problems with the creme eggs melting…try freezing them for about 4-5 hours before adding them to the brownie mix and that should do the trick :)

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