Friday, March 9, 2012

Cadbury Creme Fudge Recipe

Prince had a birthday this week.  The "now I'm over the hill one".  The Big 30!
I made a cake and I wanted to make something extra yummy.
Last year, around Easter time, I made some Kinda Cadbury Creme Eggs.
They were a big hit with my husband and girls and I've made 2 or 3 (or 7 or 8) batches since then.

I tried a different spin on it this year.
With the heat here mine were getting sticky when I was dipping them in the chocolate.
I was having to put them back in the freezer
 every few minutes to firm them up and it was taking For-e-ver.
So I did some eggs then I decided to put them in a little pan...and created Cadbury Creme Fudge!
So much easier.

My Kinda-Cadbury-Creme-Eggs or Cadbury Creme Fudge
1/2 cup light corn syrup
1/4 cup butter (room temp)
3 cup powdered sugar
1/4 t. salt (optional...I didn't add this)
12 ounces chocolate chips


1. Mix together corn syrup and butter
2.  Mix in powdered sugar
3. Separate 1/3 into another bowl and dye smaller portion yellow with food coloring
5. To make fudge...Put wax paper in a small cake pan and sprayed a little cooking spray
6. Press the white and yellow goodness in the bottom of the pan
7. Pour melted chocolate chips over the top and keep in the fridge
8. Eat when the chocolate firms up...or with a spoon right now...(I won't tell)
 
I'd seriously forgotten how lick-your-fingers yummy these are! {slurp}  

29 comments:

♥ Amy said...

Wow, this has me drooling. It seems like every year that I tighten up on my diet (usually, that means cutting out sugar), it's right around Easter time. Cadbury eggs and black jelly beans are two of my favorite candies. If I wasn't trying so hard, you can be sure I'd be making a pan of this.

Jess Wakasugi {Life's Simple Measures} said...

Coming from Strut Your Stuff Saturday, whoa!! I can't wait to make this for my bf, he will die! Pinned this recipe!

Jocelyn said...

That is seriously awesome!!!! I love the cadbury eggs and you made it into fudge:-)

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious! What type of chocolate do you use?

Blog is the New Black said...

Just found your site via Pinterest and love it! :)

Erin said...

Oh my golly! I am TOTALY making this! Thanks!

Justine said...

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Michelle said...

I love cadbury cream eggs, thankfully you can't get them all year but now with this I may have to live at the gym. Thanks for sharing the recipe, I have pinned and will be trying!

the cape on the corner said...

all i can say is yum!

Shiloh said...

Oh Boy! These look SOO good. I think I will definitely try this. i love Cadbury.

Aimee said...

Yummy, I could totally go for a batch of those, as I try to limit myself to one egg a season. But this? It's homemade :) Doesn't count!

Something Swanky said...

OH MY GOSH. I am making this!!!!

Jenna said...

This looks amazing! My husband would love these! Have to try them out for Easter. Thanks for posting this!!

Not Your Ordinary Agent said...

Holy moly! I've never seen something so tasty! Please link up to Foodie Friday

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

Yummy! Thanks for sharing at Things I've Done Thursday. www.bearrabbitbear.com

The Sommer Family said...

Maria, you are brilliant! I tried making the eggs last year, and it was so hot that they melted into giant puddles, even when taking then in and out of the freezer :) Such is living in the tropics!
May I share this over on the BMW blog? I'll give you full credit! Thanks!
Patty

Summer said...

I can't wait to make this! I'll be featuring it on my blog tomorrow!

http://sumossweetstuff.blogspot.com

Sumo:)

Trace and Sarah said...

Oh, oh, oh - I have to make this!

Anna said...

These look seriously AMAZING!!! I pinned and FBed them!

Anna
www.askannamoseley.com

out of the frame said...

wow that looks great! Do you know any alternatives to corn syrup? Can't buy that where I live.

Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon said...

I am 100% sure that this is not on my diet, but also 100% sure that I could eat every piece! Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing with us! Hope you will join us again tonight!

Take care,

Trish

Kristin@gratefulbelly.com said...

Wow, what an AWESOME idea, I want one right now! I'm a new follower and would love to have you stop by my brand new blog and follow too! I also have my first link party and a give-away going on now through Saturday night. I hope you'll stop by and share this at the party!

Six Sisters said...

Totally a fan of this delicious recipe! Thanks for joining us for "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." We hope you'll come back next week! -The Sisters

Anonymous said...

My white and yellow cream was very thick...and my mixer started to smoke...kept getting thicker and thicker...any ideas?

Jessica Lucas said...

wow, my teeth hurt just looking at it! that's not a bad thing. :) this looks fantastic. thanks for sharing *hopping over from A Crafty Cook

jess @ TupeloCreative

amy and jesse hudson said...

Wow! I kind of thought the recipe would call for emptying the contents of 75 Cadbury Cream Eggs into a bowl, and going from there. (hee hee)

Anyway, these look like a fine shot in the arm of sweet delicousness.

Thanks for partying with me at Drab to Fab. Here's the link to this weeks, party! Come on back to share more of your lovely ideas.

http://www.amynjesse.com/2012/04/drab-to-fab-link-up-12-features.html

Have a lovely weekend! :)

Amy @ Sugar and Spice

Anonymous said...

nice idea.. thanks for sharing.

Aurelia said...

I would die for a piece of that. I wish Cadbury Creme Eggs would be in shops all year but this stuff looks even better and amaaazing!!!

Whitney Lee said...

I could honestly eat a Cadbury Creme Egg every day for the rest of my life. If this pans out the way I'm hoping it will, I can blame this post for every ounce of fat I gain from this day forward - but I'm ok with that for Cadbury Creme Egg fudge! Thank you for being a culinary genius <3

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