but I can’t. It seems like something so squishily, eeky, yucky and perfectly awesome should be disgusting once you get into the ingredients. Apparently, not so much.
Cradled in a shell of milk chocolate, the Cadbury Crème Egg filling is actually a mix of white and yellow fondant — simply sugar and water beaten into a crème. Since the first egg was made in the 1920s, new varieties include fillings of caramel, chocolate and mint.