You Might be Surprised to Find Out What’s in Cadbury Creme Eggs
Easter is without a doubt, one of the best holidays for candy lovers.
Egg-ceptional Truth Revealed: The Surprising Ingredient in Cadbury Creme Eggs
Cadbury Creme Eggs have always been my favorite Easter candy. I'm talking about the OG, not the new versions with caramel or chocolate. My son is also obsessed with them. I am sort of embarrassed to admit that we have chased each other through the house trying to eat the last one. And let's just say that we shared one because I grabbed half out of his mouth. I know how bad that sounds, but they are so good!
My mom always told me that there was an egg in the creme center. I assumed that this was her way of trying to take my Cadbury Eggs away. The thought of real eggs in my candy totally grossed me out. Oh, she also said that it was a raw egg. Now, I just dismissed that and didn't read the ingredients. What she was telling me about eggs in my creme egg could not be true, could it?
It's just not Easter until you've savored the unique milk chocolate shell and soft fondant center of a CADBURY CREME EGG Candy.
Cadbury Creme Eggs Do Contain Real Egg
Ok, if you love Cadbury Creme Eggs like I do, but you don't really want to know about the ingredients, you might want to sit down.
The egg white is the clear liquid within an egg, also known as albumin. It contains about 50% of the egg's protein and has very minimal fat content.