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Cadbury Creme Egg Sponge Pudding

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Cadbury Creme Egg Sponge Pudding

How to make a Cadbury Creme Egg sponge pudding. This recipe is perfect for Easter because of the eggs but makes a delicious dessert all year round too! (Or whenever you see Creme Eggs on sale!)

Cadbury Creme Egg Sponge Pudding

Here’s how to make this delicious indulgent pudding for Easter – it’s great served with ice cream or just on its own. I used my Pampered Chef Single Servings Stone to bake the mixture but you can use individual pudding basins. Just ensure that they have the depth to take a Creme Egg and the cake mixture!

Cadbury Creme Egg Sponge Pudding


4 Cadbury’s Creme Eggs
225g Self raising flour
1Tsp Baking powder
150g Caster Sugar
1 Egg
240ml Milk
90ml Olive oil
2Tsp Vanilla extract


Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
Sift the flour and baking powder into a bowl. Add the sugar and mix together.
Whisk the milk, oil, egg and vanilla in a separate bowl.
Then add the dry ingredients into the wet and mix well. Don’t worry too much about any little lumps but get it as smooth as you can.
Pour the mixture into the Single Servings Pan to about half way.
Then, unwrap a Cadbury’s Creme Egg and add one into each basin.

Pour batter into Pampered Chef Single Servings Stone

After that, fill up the rest of the basin with mixture.
If you use individual pudding basins then make sure you grease the tins before adding mixture. You do not need to do this with the Pampered Chef stoneware.
Bake in the oven for about 25 minutes until the sponge is springy to touch.
Allow to cool for 5 minutes then remove the puddings, serve with ice cream or on its own and enjoy!
The Creme Eggs are heavy so they sink to the bottom of the puddings, so if you tip the pudding onto your serving plate then the Creme Egg cascades over the pudding like a volcano!

Here’s a close up of the Creme Egg inside…

close up of creme egg inside

Easter is just over a week away and this is an easy recipe idea. I hope you enjoy this pudding and Happy Easter!

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Comments to Cadbury Creme Egg Sponge Pudding

  • I am one of those odd people that really doesn’t like cream eggs! I am sure people would adore this.

    Jen Walshaw (@Mum_TheMadHouse) 15th March 2016 11:05 am Reply
  • I love cream eggs but I’ve never cooked one. I’m sure my kids would love to make these, they look fund and tasty.

    Anne 15th March 2016 12:27 pm Reply
    • They are so naughty and delicious!!

      Nadine Hill 15th March 2016 3:47 pm Reply
  • These look delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe x

    Izzie Anderton 15th March 2016 1:52 pm Reply
  • Ooh wow, that sounds lovely. I absolutely adore cream eggs!

    Globalmouse 15th March 2016 4:27 pm Reply
  • That looks delicious but no good for my diet ;0)

    Kara 16th March 2016 10:57 am Reply
    • Yeah- mine neither! I made these for the kids.

      Nadine Hill 20th March 2016 11:59 am Reply
  • I like the idea even though I’m not a massive cream egg fan.

    Erica Price 16th March 2016 1:22 pm Reply
  • Such a decadent treat, Nadine, I am sure they were divine with ice cream!xx

    oana79 16th March 2016 4:21 pm Reply
    • The warm put and the cold ice cream – heaven in a bowl! x

      Nadine Hill 20th March 2016 11:59 am Reply
  • I love cream eggs, this looks lovely! Great idea when you have lots of cream eggs left over after Easter and you want to put them to good use 🙂 x

    Karen Langridge 17th March 2016 11:00 am Reply
    • It’s like a treat hidden inside which is always nice!

      Nadine Hill 20th March 2016 11:57 am Reply
  • the perfect way to use up treats left from the Easter Bunny!

    Anthea 19th March 2016 8:43 pm Reply
    • Yes- a definite winner!

      Nadine Hill 20th March 2016 11:46 am Reply
  • This looks good enough to eat! I thin I will try making it with my granddaughter at weekend! Should be fun @grandmabythesea

    Grandma Beth 22nd March 2016 6:27 am Reply
    • Have fun!

      Nadine Hill 22nd March 2016 3:32 pm Reply

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