How to make Cadbury Creme Egg dip

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Cadbury Creme eggs are some of the sweetest and most popular candies around, especially during Easter time. This sweet dip is equally at home as a dessert or an appetizer. In addition to using the same flavors as can be found in a traditional Cadbury Creme egg, the dip includes pieces of the real candy inside.
The recipe comes together in just 15 minutes and calls for only five ingredients. Nothing could truly be easier or more crowd-pleasing than this dessert. Serve it with an array of snackable items such as fruits, graham crackers, Nilla wafers or other hard cookies. One bite of this fun and flavorful dip will keep everyone coming back for more.
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Cadbury Creme Egg Dip
8-10
15 minutes
1 hour
75 minutes
8 oz. cream cheese, softened
3/4 cup powdered sugar
1/4 cup butter
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
10 Cadbury Creme eggs (regular size)
more Cadbury Creme eggs, whole, to garnish (optional)
Cream together the butter and cream cheese with a hand or electric mixer until they are fully combined.
With the mixing speed on low, slowly add the vanilla and the powdered sugar to the bowl, until the mixture is fully combined.
Chop the Cadbury Creme eggs into small pieces.
Gently fold the candy pieces into the cream cheese mixture with a rubber spatula if you do not want to use an electric mixer. Make sure the chocolate pieces have been mixed in throughout.
Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and place in the fridge for at least one hour to set.
Once the mixture is fully set, remove the bowl from the fridge and transfer the dip to a serving bowl.
Garnish with whole and half-cut pieces of Cadbury Creme eggs, and serve chilled on a platter surrounded with items to dip.
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