Cadbury Egg Dip is a creamy & sweet treat made with Cadbury Mini Eggs. This delicious dessert dip is a must make recipe for Easter this year!
Cadbury Egg Dip
Cadbury Creme Eggs are a classic candy treat that everyone seems to stock up on around Easter time each year. It’s easy to tell why: chocolate and sweet, sugary creme is definitely a winning combo! When it came time for me to start thinking about Easter dessert recipes, I had these mini Cadbury eggs on hand. So, I made this delicious Cadbury Egg Dip with some Cadbury Mini Eggs.
This tasty dessert dip is often made made with Cadbury Creme Eggs. However, I used these Cadbury Mini Eggs instead. These Cadbury Eggs have this crisp sugary shell on the outside of a solid milk chocolate core- I felt it would work better in this dessert dip recipe. For the delicious dip base I used cream cheese, butter, and powdered sugar.
Pair this dip up with some graham crackers (Annies has adorable bunny crackers that work perfect) or some good wafers and you’re in for a treat! It’s the perfect balance of chocolate and creme without being too sickly sweet like the Cadburry Egg filling can be if you have too many. I’m definitely going to make another bowl of this stuff once Easter swings around- our family and I ate this one up quick! I’m sure you all are going to love it.
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Cadbury Dip Ingredients
Whipped Topping – Like Cool Whip.
Cadbury Eggs – Instead of the classic Cadbury Creme Eggs, we went with with these Cadbury Mini Eggs. These ones have a solid milk chocolate interior with a crisp sugar shell on the outside.
How to make Cadbury Egg Dip
Cream together the cream cheese, butter, and vanilla before slowly beating in the powdered sugar.
Fold the creamed mixture together with some whipped topping until fully combined.
Chop up Cadbury Eggs and fold them into the dip. Transfer to serving bowl and let chill in the fridge before serving.
We’ll start off by making the “base” of our dip. For that, we’re going to cream together some cream cheese and butter- along with a little splash of vanilla extract. Once those are creamed together, start slowly beating in the powdered sugar.
Eventually, you’ll have added all the powdered sugar and will have this fluffy mixture. To that mix, we’re going to add our whipped topping and fold everything together, making sure we don’t deflate the whipped topping too much.
All that’s left for us to add is the Cadbury Eggs. Over on a cutting board, give the eggs a quick rough chop. Reserve a few whole eggs and some of the chopped ones for topping.
Take the eggs and toss them in with the dip. Fold everything together once again.
Transfer the dip to a serving bowl and top with reserved eggs. Put the dip into the fridge to chill for an hour or two.
When it’s time to serve, pull the Cadbury Dip from the fridge and serve up with some graham crackers or wafers for dipping. Enjoy!
Cadbury Mini Egg Dip
- 8 oz Cream Cheese softened
- 1 stick Butter softened
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1 cup Powdered Sugar
- 8 oz frozen Whipped Topping thawed
- 9 oz Cadbury Mini Eggs
- In a large bowl cream together cream cheese, butter and vanilla extract.
- Slowly add the powdered sugar until incorporated and fluffy.
- Fold in the whipped topping until blended.
- Roughly chop about 3/4 of the candy eggs.
- Reserve the whole eggs and few tablespoons of the chopped eggs for garnish.
- Fold the rest of the chopped eggs into the dip.
- Transfer to a serving bowl and garnish top with reserved eggs.
- Refrigerate for several hours before serving.