Enjoy this Easter treat of a chocolate fondue made with fondant filled Creme Eggs. An easy and delicious Cadbury Creme Egg recipe!
This Creme Egg recipe is a great way to enjoy these naughty treats. I do like these sticky, fondant filled chocolates but a whole one can be a bit too much. But here’s a Creme Egg recipe that lets me have just as much or as little as I like, and by dipping fruit into the gooey fondue, I can bluff myself into thinking that it’s a healthy choice.
Our fondue set, like most I would think, lives at the back of one of the kitchen cupboards and rarely sees the light of day, but it’s a fun thing to use so a recipe like this is a great excuse to use it more. Ed, as 70’s child, has happy memories of his parents hosting fondue parties, of both the alpine cheese and meat variety, but never, sadly, chocolate.
This Creme Egg recipe is so simple, though, that I can see dusting off of the the fondue set. Chop up the Creme Eggs, but be warned; it’s almost impossible to do this neatly and without getting the fondant filling all over the knife and chopping board, but scrape it all into the saucepan. Simply gently melt chocolate and Creme Eggs in double cream, and start dipping! You can choose pretty much any fruit that’s solid enough not to fall off the fondue fork; I would think that very ripe bananas are off the menu, but play with textures: crispy apple pieces or sharp pineapple, for example, as well as strawberries, raspberries or a cube of melon. Of course, part of the fun of fondues is thinking up the forfeits for when you lose the fruit from your fork.
- 75 ml double cream
- 25 g Easter egg chocolate – your choice of dark milk, flavoured
- 2 Cadbury Creme Eggs
- 1 tbs liqueur of choice optional
- pieces mixed fruit – cut into bite sized – strawberries raspberries, grapes & bananas.
Cut the Creme Eggs into six to eight pieces
Place the cream, chocolate and Creme Eggs and liqueur if used into a small saucepan and gently heat stirring all the time until the chocolate has melted and you have a rich chocolate sauce.
Transfer to a fondue pan or bowl and serve with fresh fruit to dip into the fondue.
Leftovers from this creme egg fondue are ideal for reheating and pouring over ice cream.You don't actually need a fondue set for this! serve in a mini saucepan or bowl.
If you love Cadbury’s Creme Eggs, why not try my 3 ingredient Cadbury’s Creme Egg no-churn ice cream
or my Cadbury’s Creme Egg fudge.
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