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Creme Eggs are an Easter institution, and no Easter bank holiday weekend would be complete without a few of these bad boys.

Sadly, if you've been off the chocolate for Lent, you may have forgone the confectionery icon in favour of your chaste religious commitment. 

Those off chocolate are probably gagging for a bit of the sweet stuff, and now Rage restaurant in Dublin is serving up a new way to fix your craving. 

A Creme Egg cocktail exists, and we're more than delighted. 

The popular eatery in Blackrock Village is serving up the sweet treat which looks completely delicious.  

We'll take a vat of the stuff, please. 

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here!


We're big fans of doughnuts in the SHEmazing! HQ, and now one very special selection of the confectionery treats have been adorned with a particular seasonal treat we can't get enough of. 

Dublin sugar haven Sweet Republic are revolutionising the Easter treat options by creating the Creme Egg doughnut. 

The doughnuts have attracted a lot of attention, after Sweet Republic uploaded a delicious picture of them to Instagram.

The new doughnut creations have a chocolate glaze,a long with some crumbly Flake toppings and, of course, a delicious Creme Egg to top it all off. 

We're seriously getting hungry(and a sugar rush) just looking at them. 

We hope no one gave up chocolate for Lent, because these treats are too good to miss.

The doughnuts are available from Sweet Republic on Bachelor's Walk, Dublin. 


Dublin welcomed its very own Creme Egg cafe earlier this year and we have to say, everything in it is SO delicious.

But a new Creme Egg creation has popped up in London, and while we haven't tasted it (yet), we're guessing is must be fab… right?

The Creme Egg deep fried burger is totally a thing now and was added to the menu at the K West Hotel & Spa.

A set of mini sliders are made up from a sweet brioche bun which is dipped in white chocolate and covered in raspberry sprinkles. Then is the deep fried Creme Egg which is followed by mascarpone cream and strawberry jelly.

The sliders are priced at £5.50 (€7) for two, but we're thinking you might not want to tell your doctor about this.

Like the infamous deep fried Mars bar, we're sure these are meant to be eaten in moderation.


It's not just a dream, people… it's actually happening. 

Since hearing earlier this month that Dublin would soon be home to its own Cadbury Creme Egg Café, we've been positively quaking with excitement. Now, with just 24 hours to go until opening day, the first photo has emerged – and it looks A1.

Twitter user Alan Kinsella spotted the café – not that you could easily miss it – this morning, and posted this snap:

It definitely looks a little smaller than London's three-floor offering, which comes complete with a ball-pit in the basement, but we all know the chocolatey goodness being served up is the most important part.

Tickets for the Dublin café, which is open until Saturday February 20, have already sold-out, but there are a "limited" number of walk-ins available so you could of course try your luck.

As tickets were free, it's likely people may drop out at the last minute, so chance your arm and you could be sitting down to this…

Or this…

Or even *drools* THIS:

The café has set opening times for its short run, which are as follows:

Lunch from 12pm – 1pm and 1pm – 2pm

Evenings from 6.00pm – 7.30pm

Saturday brunch from 12.00pm – 1.30pm and 2.00pm – 3.30pm

See you there!


News just in, chocolate lovers – Dublin will soon be home to Ireland's first Creme Egg Café.

After spending roughly 95% of our working week drooling over snaps of the newly opened outlet in London, we were delighted to get word from Cadbury today that the chocolatey goodness would be spreading to Dublin too.

"Cadbury is eggstremely eggcited to announce that the Crème de la Creme Egg Cafe is coming to Dublin," the chocolate giant said in a statement today. 

"Opening on Tuesday 16th February, the Café nestled within Lock 6 on Canal Road, Dublin 6, will be a gooey haven for all Creme Egg lovers."

GAH. That means we can soon look forward to delights like this on home shores…

Oh, and this…

And even this…

But of course the real question is, will Dublin's version of the café have a ball pit in the basement too?


If you are a fan of the creamy goodness that is a delicious Cadbury's Creme Egg, then you may be just as excited as we are about this latest development. 

Cadbury's has just announced that it will be opening it's very first Creme Egg cafe in London's trend Soho on January 22. 

That's next week people!

Creme Egg Toastie? Nice try flingers!

Posted by Cadbury Creme Egg on Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Yep, in a mere matter of days you will be able to sample Creme Egg toasted sandwiches, tray bakes and much more. 

AND according to the Metro, the three story cafe will have a ball pool on it's top floor. 


However, if you want to sample any of this deliciousness you might want to be quick. The pop-up cafe will only be open for six weeks! 

We're off to book our flights! 


Many were shocked and saddened when Cadbury's changed the chocolate in its creme egg.

Yep, the sweet company ditched the original chocolate for cheaper stuff, and fans were not happy. Cadbury's even suffered a €6 million sales slump because of it.

So, if you don't want to lose the deliciousness of what once was, here's a fab recipe you can make with Dairy Milk chocolate, and guess what? It tastes exactly like the chocolate your mammy used to buy you. 

Remember to get some egg-shaped moulds to make the sweets! 


  • 1/2 cup light corn syrup
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 3 cups powered sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp milk
  • Yellow food colouring
  • 450g Dairy Milk chocolate, melted


1. Prepare the eggshells by pouring the melted chocolate into the moulds. Tilt the mould to reach the whole surface and remember to keep space for the filing. Chill for 5 to 10 minutes, or until set.

2. In a mixer, cream together the corn syrup, butter, powered sugar and vanilla. Add milk and continue to mix. Take a third of the mixture and add the yellow food colouring for the yolk filling.

3. Transfer the white filling and yellow filling into two separate plastic bags, and cut a small hole in one corner of each bag.

4. Pipe the white filling first, then a small amount of the yellow filling into the chocolate egg. Chill for ten minutes to harden.

5. Use a thin layer of melted chocolate to stick the moulds together, and chill for another 5 minutes.