Easter Recipes: Cadbury Creme Egg-in-the-HoleKelsey Banfield
To put it simply, I just couldn’t help myself on Sunday morning. I was making our usual eggs with toast and perched in the candy bowl on the counter as a Cadbury Creme egg my daughter had brought home from school. Taking a cue from my favorite bread and chocolate breakfast a la Pain au Nutella, I decided to turn our traditional egg-in-the-hole breakfast into a funny Easter treat. I toasted up the bread as usual, sliced the creme egg in half and let it melt into the bread on the plate. Funny, tasty and cute all at the same time. Next up, Cadbury Creme Egg and Soldiers!
Cadbury Creme Egg-in-the-Hole
2 slices bread
1 Cadbury Creme Egg cut in half
1. Toast the bread in a toaster or oven as usual. When it is light brown on both sides cut an egg shape out of the bread and pop in the Cadbury Creme egg, creamy side up. Serve immediately as the heat from the bread melts the chocolate and creamy filling.