Giving the Devil a bad name.
Giving the Devil a bad name. NPR
You can do just about anything with Cadbury Creme Eggs, short of sitting on them until they hatch (we tried, it was a bad idea). There's Cadbury Creme Eggs Benedict, Cadbury Creme Egg Lady Gaga Transporter, and Deviled Cadbury Creme Eggs, which we tried a version of here.
Eva: This is a good eggsample of something delicious.
Ian: Yeah, eggs-cellent! I can't feel my eggs-tremities!
Kate, before going into a sugar rage.
Kate, before going into a sugar rage. NPR
Kate: It's an unfertilized marshmallow and corn syrup delight!
Ian: The rooster who fertilizes this says cock-a-diabetes-doo!
Eva regards the Deviled Cadbury Creme Egg as it should be regarded: suspiciously.
Eva regards the Deviled Cadbury Creme Egg as it should be regarded: suspiciously. NPR
Eva: This is the egg you get when a hen mates with a Peep.
Peter: The love that dare not speak its nutritional information.
Ian: These are pretty sugary. Something tells me this year's Easter Egg Hunt is going to be won by Horde of Hungry Ants.
Peter, who prefers his Cadbury Creme Eggs Sunny Side Up.
Peter, who prefers his Cadbury Creme Eggs Sunny Side Up. NPR
Ian: The Easter Bunny who brings this is just making more work for the Tooth Fairy.
Peter: The Easter Bunny who brings this will be in a mobility scooter.
[The verdict: inferior to the original Cadbury Creme Egg, which just shows you not to meddle in God's creation. This takes one of my favorite savory dishes and combines it with one of my favorite sweet dishes to make a pretty terrible dish.]