Cadbury Egg Fudge

Cadbury Egg Fudge: delicious holiday fudge that tastes just like those Cadbury Eggs!

I’ve been staring at this recipe on Pinterest for awhile now. Are you all Pinterest yet? Talk about a total time buster, I can pop on for “just a minute” and realize 30 minutes have passed. But, if you need inspiration, it’s the place to go! You can follow me there too.

But back to the fudge. Last year around Easter I saw THIS recipe. To make Cadbury Eggs. Oh how I love Cadbury Eggs. I usually buy myself ONE egg as a treat each holiday. But now? Now I can make my own Cadbury Egg fudge and indulge all I want (not going to help my swimsuit cause)!

Doesn’t it look divine? I only added some vanilla to the recipe, but otherwise kept it the same. It’s a keeper!

Cadbury Egg Fudge

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup corn syrup
  • 1/4 cup butter, softened
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 3 cup powdered sugar
  • pinch of kosher salt
  • 1 Tbsp milk
  • yellow food coloring
  • 16 oz milk chocolate, melted

Directions:

  1. In mixer, beat the butter and corn syrup together. Add vanilla, powdered sugar, salt and milk. Beat until smooth. Remove 2/3 of mixture to separate bowl, beat in several drops of yellow food coloring to remaining mixture.
  2. Line a 9inch square baking dish with parchment paper. Melt chocolate according to package directions. Pour half of chocolate in pan to cover the bottom of dish. Spread white layer over chocolate. Drop yellow layer over the white layer, spreading gently with a knife. Pour remaining melted chocolate over, spreading evenly. Refrigerate until chocolate hardens, about 30 minutes.
  3. Using a VERY hot knife, cut into squares, store in covered container in refrigerator. Enjoy!
**Recipe adapted slightly from Raising 4 Princesses

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45 comments on “Cadbury Egg Fudge”

  1. Oh my sweet heavens! This is unbelievable… Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I’m so loving this! I was devastated last year when Hershey’s started putting the peanut/nut allergen warning on Cadbury eggs since I’m severely allergic to peanuts. Now I’ll just have to make this lovely treat instead!

  3. These look great! Thanks for linking up to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” We love having you and hope you’ll be back next week! -The Sisters

  4. I am SO glad that you posted these! Cadbury Creme eggs are my husbands favorite and I’m sure he will love these!! Thank you!

  5. This looks SO good! I have featured it over on this week’s edition of Makin’ You Crave Monday. Come on over & check it out – and link up something new this week while you’re at it! ๐Ÿ™‚

    ~Crystal
    MrsHappyHomemaker.com

  6. Love that the list of ingredients are easy to find. Nothing worse than having to driving to several stores just to make one recipe.

    GOOD JOB!!! Looks VERY tasty!

  7. These look delicious! My kids will flip. I don’t normally use corn syrup, but for this I will make an exception. Please consider adding this recipe to my Easter series link up. I know it will be a hit! Here is the direct url – http://hammocktracks.com/savannahs-savory-bites/easter-egg-bread-feature-friday-all-things-easter-linky/

  8. OH! MY! GOSH!!!! YUM! I’m dying over these right now.

  9. Hi Aimee…i am so happy to have stumbled upon your website..thank God for google plus!! I am definitely going to be making these for Easter! They look so yum and am sure are easy breezy to make. Please do check out my website when u get a chance. It’s not as fancy as yours but I hope u like it! Happy to be a follower. You can follow me to if you like my recipes!

    Cheers!

  10. Desiree

    I followed the recipe exactly as is. After leaving fudge cool in the fridge for half an hour I go to cut it into sqaures for dessert. The chocolate was to hard it just cracked with any pressure from a knife & the gooey middle oozed out. I ended up with a huge mess. It did taste true to a Cadbury creme egg but, it definintly did not look like the picture.

    • Hi Desiree, running your knife under warm water (then drying it) right before cutting helps make smooth cuts through chocolate. The center definitely is softer than the outer shell, but it shouldn’t ooze out making a mess, more like…softly squish out, hehe! You can also try cutting the chocolate before it completely hardens if that helps. Making these in a silicone brownie bite pan is another alternative. Hope this helps!

  11. Barbara Bursell

    I wish you have cookbook because my print do know work at all I will paid for for a good cookbook so let me know I am send you my e mail bursellbarbara781@yahoo.com

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  15. Holly

    I am definitely going to try this. When I start getting really desperate for Cadberry eggs in a few months, this will be ideal.ย 

  16. Lynn

    I bet these would work perfectly made as individual treats in paper cupcake liners – no need to cut!

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