Cadbury Creme Egg One-Pan Brownies

Updated on April 6, 2016

Are you crazy for the ooey gooey, creamy deliciousness of Cadbury Creme Eggs? Treat your friends and family to the chocolatey goodness of these eggstra-specialCadbury Creme Egg One Pan Brownies.

These are an adaptation of my mom's one pan brownie recipe which is made a lot in my home because they are super easy to bake and you only have one spoon to wash (and a bowl if you make icing). Because there is only dry ingredients to measure, I don't wash the measuring cups - I just wipe them out with a paper towel.

To make these Cadbury Creme Egg Brownies, I added a package of frozen Mini Cadbury Creme Eggs to the batter and made a Cadbury Creme Egg Icing from a couple of the larger Cadbury Creme Eggs. Using frozen chocolate eggs keeps them intact and prevents them from melting before the batter has set.

These moist brownies ooze creamy chocolate eggs in every bite for the most unbelievable sweet treat ever! They are so rich and filling, you only need a small piece to satisfy even the most extreme sweet tooth.

They are a bit expensive to make, but they are sooo worth treating your loved ones to an eggstra-special dessert for Easter.

I hope you enjoy these Cadbury Creme Egg One Pan Brownies as much as my family did. Thank goodness Cadbury Creme Eggs are only available during the Spring, otherwise I would be tempted to bake these a little too often!

If you think these look good, you have to check out the Cadbury Creme Egg Popsicles we made! They are eggalicious!


Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 25 min
Ready in: 45 min
Yields: 16

Ingredients

  • Cadbury Creme Egg One Pan Brownies:
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 3/4 sugar
  • 1/4 cup cocoa
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 3/4 cup flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 300 g Mini Cadbury Creme Eggs, frozen
  • Cadbury Creme Egg Icing:
  • 1/4 cup butter, softened
  • 1/2 cup icing sugar
  • 2 regular sized Cadbury Creme Eggs
  • (optional) 2 regular sized Cadbury Creme Eggs for garnishing the top

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350F.
  2. Remove the wrappers from the mini eggs and place them back in the freezer.
  3. Place an oven safe 8" x 8" baking pan on a burner on top of the stove on medium heat.
  4. Melt the butter being careful not to let it burn.
  5. Remove the pan from the heat.
  6. Add the sugar and cocoa and mix.
  7. Stir in the eggs and vanilla.
  8. Add the flour, baking powder and salt and mix well.
  9. Place Mini Cadbury Creme Eggs about one inch apart, spaced evenly in the batter.
  10. Bake in the oven for 25 minutes.
  11. Make the icing: Blend the butter, Cadbury Creme Eggs and icing sugar with an electric hand mixer until smooth and creamy.
  12. Allow to cool completely before icing.
  13. Optional: Chop two more Creme Eggs to sprinkle on top.
  14. Cut into 16 pieces.
3.1 stars from 26 ratings of Cadbury Creme Egg One Pan Brownies

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        Shinichi Mine 

        4 years ago from Tokyo, Japan

        How good does this look? Yum!

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        Fay Favored 

        4 years ago from USA

        One recipe that I know will go over big. So good :) Wish I saw this earlier.

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        sGirl2 

        4 years ago

        Not that there is anything as good as the original Creme Egg, but have you ever attempted this recipe with any of the other varieties of Cadbury Eggs? I never see the regular eggs in mini version but I always see the Caramel Eggs.

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        MarcellaCarlton 

        4 years ago

        This is going on my list for dessert next Easter. Sounds super delicious. Great lens.

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        thegembank 

        4 years ago

        i missed squidoo for a couple of days... but never too late for this one

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        Thomo85 

        4 years ago

        Yum, I have made a similar one using mini Cadbury Caramello Koalas, It is truly delicious, will definitely give it a go with Creme eggs

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        Laura Hofman 

        4 years ago from Naperville, IL

        These sound decadent...but yummy!! I need to make these!

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        Rose Jones 

        4 years ago

        Also I lensrolled this lens to my own lens:https://hubpages.com/food/blond-brownies I went to a retreat once where the dessert was different kinds of brownies. Blond brownies, regular chocolate brownies - now I would bring these too!

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        Rose Jones 

        4 years ago

        This sound delicious! Pinned to my Easter and baking boards, and tweeted. Worth eating flour and sugar once a year. :)

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        PennyHowe 

        4 years ago

        You have me drooling. Here in Mexico it is not easy to find the Crabury Creme Eggs, so guess I will just have to look at your pictures! Thanks for sharing and Happy Easter.

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        anonymous 

        4 years ago

        Thanks a lot for the recipe Corrinna. Looks really yummy!

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        SofyBelle 

        4 years ago

        I made these brownies after reading your lens yesterday and wow, these are delicious!! My plan was to take them to my grandmother's house today for Easter lunch, but I just couldn't resist digging into them last night. Guess I'll just have to make another batch. :-) Thanks for the recipe! I am a baker as well, so I already had all the ingredients and who doesn't keep Cadbury eggs around at all times during the Easter season?

        The recipe was very simple to make and I only had one spoon to wash just like you said! :-) Congrats on LotD!

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        DreyaB 

        4 years ago from France

        My parents always bought me creme eggs at Easter instead of larger Easter eggs we got from other family members and they were my favourite. I don't know if I dare try these brownies - I'm sure they'll be very dangerous to my hips! ;0)

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        JennAshton 

        4 years ago

        OOhhh lala that looks so gooey good!

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        PaigSr 

        4 years ago from State of Confusion

        Thanks Easter Bunny. Bawk Bawk. I have just been looking for a place to say that.

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        Elisa14 

        4 years ago

        Looks delicious!

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        gianni340 

        4 years ago

        wow, nice

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        katiesnow 

        4 years ago

        oh my..how yummy! shared on facebook!

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        Ellen Gregory 

        4 years ago from Connecticut, USA

        If a recipe can be "cute", this is.

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        DebMartin 

        4 years ago

        Outstanding idea!

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        Delia 

        4 years ago

        Congratulations on LOTD! This looks so sweet, and just what I like...however for me, it screams cholesterol! One bite would be OK....well two bites ;-)

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        GrammieOlivia 

        4 years ago

        Oh I think I will die from a sweetness explosion.......what a way to go! These look and sound so decadent. I think I'm in love.....thanks for this great recipe!

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        Denise McGill 

        4 years ago from Fresno CA

        What a great idea to mix the ingredients right in the baking pan. I never would have thought of that because I would have thought they would stick to the bottom and need the pan greased and floured before pouring in the batter. Hmm. Must try.

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        anonymous 

        4 years ago

        Shared to my Facebook foodie page. First time I ever came across a recipe using Cadbury eggs. Looks scrumptious!

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        Mickie Goad 

        4 years ago

        I gained weight just by looking at this page about Cadbury Creme Egg Brownies!

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        Stephen J Parkin 

        4 years ago from Pine Grove, Nova Scotia, Canada

        Oh Oh! There could be a few more hyper active kids with sugar overload after this! As long as we keep the slices small I think this is a great Easter idea. Just as well the creme eggs are only available for a short time in the Spring!

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        Stephen J Parkin 

        4 years ago from Pine Grove, Nova Scotia, Canada

        Oh Oh! There could be a few more hyper active kids with sugar overload after this! As long as we keep the slices small I think this is a great Easter idea. Just as well the creme eggs are only available for a short time in the Spring!

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        AnonymousC831 

        4 years ago from Kentucky

        Looks delicious.

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        Heather Burns 

        4 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

        OMG! trying today!

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        SofyBelle 

        4 years ago

        Oh wow! This looks so delicious!! I was looking for something to take to my grandmother's for Easter & this is perfect!! I'm heading to the kitchen at this very moment to start making these & I'm sure everyone will love them. Thank you for the recipe and congrats on LotD!!

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        SofyBelle 

        4 years ago

        Oh wow! This looks so delicious!! I was looking for something to take to my grandmother's for Easter & this is perfect!! I'm heading to the kitchen at this very moment to start making these & I'm sure everyone will love them. Thank you for the recipe and congrats on LotD!!

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        AlleyCatLane 

        4 years ago

        OMG!!! I would have loved these! I always looked forward to Cadbury eggs and loved brownies. Health issues prevents me from eating chocolate now so I can't have these. But I am drooling!

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        Faye Rutledge 

        4 years ago from Concord VA

        Mmm, this looks so yummy! Since you have to freeze them anyway, buy extra bags of the Cadbury eggs and keep them in the freezer to make these brownies later. Of course, once a year is probably enough. :)

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        Karen317 

        4 years ago

        I am sure I will make it

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        inkedwriter lm 

        4 years ago

        Oh my goodness....Just when I though my favorite candy couldn't get any better...thank you for sharing

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        Eugene Samuel Monaco 

        4 years ago from Lakewood New York

        I'm all about the chocolate!!! this looks like a great treat for me, thanks for sharing your recipe. I'll be sure to give this a try!!! Congratulations on LOTD!!!

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        Merry Citarella 

        4 years ago from Oregon's Southern Coast

        Congratulations on Lens of the Day! This looks spectacular. Who doesn't love Cadbury eggs?

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        anonymous 

        4 years ago

        Perfect Easter recipe. Congratulations on getting LotD!

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        TerriCarr 

        4 years ago

        The trick is to eat only a small piece. I dare not make these ;-)

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        Elsie Hagley 

        4 years ago from New Zealand

        This looks like a great easter treat. Thanks for the recipe.

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        Susan Deppner 

        4 years ago from Arkansas USA

        Wow! Two of my favorites together. I think I'm in Cabury Creme Egg heaven!

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        Monica Lobenstein 

        4 years ago from Western Wisconsin

        Oh. My. Goodness. I'm not sure which is more dangerous... that I could now make these brownies or that I know that mini Cadbury Creme Eggs exist. I just barely resisted buying some Creme Eggs at the grocery store today, but this could really do me in. Thanks (I think)! :)

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