Easter Cadbury Egg Filled Cupcakes with Butter Cream Frosting

Today I present to you…

The Cupcake to End all Cupcakes!

Spring Desserts
I’ve mentioned before that I take sweets and dessert very very seriously.

I wish I were kidding.

Really, I do.

The following dessert just might be the Mother of all Cupcakes.

I was “being productive” on Pinterest one day when I saw a cupcake with a Cadbury Creme Egg nestled inside.
Cadbury Creme Eggs
And I thought… Now that’s the sugar bomb I’m talking about!

Pinterest, I take your Cadbury Creme Egg Filled Cupcake and raise you a Cadbury Caramel egg filled cupcake.

Cadbury Egg Filled Cupcakes with Buttercream Icing….

The big Kahuna of sweetness.

The one cupcake to rule them all! (Was that too nerdy?)

This recipe is so easy I don’t even need to describe it to you.

I mean, just look at this picture….Cadbury Caramel Egg Cupcakes

Voila!

The Mother of all Cupcakes.

Now wasn’t that easy?
I did learn that to my dismay, caramel filled Cadbury eggs really just melted everywhere. And no Cadbury egg should ever come to such a sad end.

The good news is, if you don’t cut your caramel cupcake open it and let it set a bit (maybe even chill it), it tastes pretty awesome.

Typically when making cupcakes you fill your tins to 2/3 way full. For this epiphany of goodness you should just fill them half way and then shove that egg of wonder into your batter.

Cadbury Creme Eggs in Batter Zoom
I had very good intentions to drizzle these in caramel or broken Cadbury eggs but I couldn’t bring myself to waste not eat the eggs…

Being the big kahuna of sweetness these must be enjoyed with a tall glass of milk and with great restraint. Too many cupcake filled cadbury cupcakes at once could put you off sugar forever.

And we don’t want that.

Butter Frosting

Prep time 20 minutes
From book Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cups butter, softened
  • 2lb powdered sugar ((about 8 cups))
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 3/4 cups butter, softened
  • 2lb powdered sugar ((about 8 cups))
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla

Directions

Step 1
In an extra-large mixing bowl beat butter with an electric mixer on medium speed until smooth. Gradually add 2 cups of the powdered sugar, beating well. Beat in 1/2 cup milk and vanilla. Gradually beat in remaining sugar. Beat in additional milk to reach spreading consistency. If desired, tint with food coloring.

Are you a Cadbury Egg fan?
What is your go-to Easter treat?

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16 thoughts on “Easter Cadbury Egg Filled Cupcakes with Butter Cream Frosting

  1. I’m not going to lie, I take desserts seriously too…and this one may give me cavities. But I gotta try it! Awesome Georgia….but do you really need frosting? Naked cupcake on this one? Yay or nay?

    1. Seriously, naked could probably be fine.. But the frosting… It’s kind of overload but in a once in a while eat it with black coffee kind of way. No one is going to win any fitness competitions while eating this one for sure! It might be fun to try some little ones in basic black bean brownies.. Healthify a totally unhealthy thing?

      1. I used to not like caramel either Rachel! (which meant there were at least a few less desserts for me to be tempted to- but not anymore! ;). ) You should at least try one to celebrate warmer weather on it’s way!

  2. Very cool! I have been trying to eat less sweets, but I would make an exception for these.Thanks for sharing at the Anything Goes linky at Bacon Time. Hope to see you again tomorrow.

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