Cadbury Creme Egg 10 Pack, 400g


  • Cadbury Creme Egg 10 Pack
  • The perfect Easter Gift
  • Great for sharing with friends and family
  • Ideal for Easter Egg Hunts
  • Cadbury Chocolate Egg Shells, filled with white and yellow fondant icing
  • Ingredients: sugar, milk, glucose syrup, cocoa butter, invert sugar syrup, whey powder (from milk), cocoa mass, vegetable fats (palm, shea), emulsifier (e442), dried egg white, flavourings, colour (paprika extract), milk chocolate: milk solids 14 % minimum, contains vegetable fats in addition to cocoa butter


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Product Description

Cad­bury Creme Egg 10 Pack. adbury Choco­late Egg Shells, filled with white and yel­low fon­dant icing.


Sug­ar, Milk, Glu­cose Syrup, Cocoa But­ter, Invert Sug­ar Syrup, Whey Pow­der (From Milk), Cocoa Mass, Veg­etable Fats (Palm, Shea), Emul­si­fi­er (E442), Dried Egg White, Flavour­ings, Colour (Papri­ka Extract), Milk Choco­late: Milk Solids 14 % Min­i­mum, Con­tains Veg­etable Fats In Addi­tion To Cocoa Butter

Manufacturer Contact Information

Bournville Ln, Birm­ing­ham B30 2HP

From the manufacturer

How do you not eat yours
How not to eat yours

Creme Egg Hunting Season has finally arrived!

The high­ly antic­i­pat­ed Cad­bury Creme Egg Hunt is back, but this time it’s dif­fer­ent! This year we are offer­ing the lucky (or not so lucky) find­ers of the lim­it­ed edi­tion, half milk choco­late, half white choco­late eggs up to a huge ten thou­sand pounds, on one con­di­tion — that the win­ning egg is NOT eaten.

These choco­latey gooey good­ies are back! That glo­ri­ous time of year where for a few pre­cious months, these gooey lit­tle good­ies swarm our streets all ripe and ready for the tak­ing. With its milk choco­late and poten­tial­ly half white shell, creme fon­dant and yel­low ‘yolk’, Cad­bury Creme Egg is absolute­ly unique in the mar­ket, and over 200 mil­lion of them are sold in the UK every year.

The eggs are avail­able on sale between Jan­u­ary and East­er, only. Make sure you get them before they’re gone!


cadbury, easter, mini, creme, eggs, gooey, creamy

Did you know?

Cad­bury Creme Eggs were launched in 1971 and after only 4 years they became a cult through the pow­er of TV advertising.

About 1.5 mil­lion Cad­bury Creme Egg eggs can be made every day at the Bournville factory.

They’re made in two halves, both filled with white fon­dant and one addi­tion­al­ly filled with yel­low fon­dant; the two halves are closed togeth­er quick­ly and there it is – a Cad­bury Creme Egg!

Creme Egg

Important information


Sug­ar, Milk, Glu­cose Syrup, Cocoa But­ter, Invert Sug­ar Syrup, Whey Pow­der (From Milk), Cocoa Mass, Veg­etable Fats (Palm, Shea), Emul­si­fi­er (E442), Dried Egg White, Flavour­ings, Colour (Papri­ka Extract), Milk Choco­late: Milk Solids 14 % Min­i­mum, Con­tains Veg­etable Fats In Addi­tion To Cocoa Butter

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Additional information

Weight 420 kg
Dimensions 3.8 × 15.2 × 13.6 cm
Product Dimensions

3.8 x 15.2 x 13.6 cm; 420 Grams

Product Name

Milk chocolate eggs with a soft fondant centre 47

Allergen Information

Contains: Eggs Milk


426 Grams


400.0 gram

Storage Instructions

Best before: see side of carton. Store in a dry place. Protect from heat.

Manufacturer contact

Bournville Ln Birmingham B30 2HP




Suitable for Vegetarians

Country of origin

United Kingdom

Serving Size

40 Grams 100 Grams

Energy kcal

177.34 kcal


6.2 Grams

- Saturates

6.2 Grams


29 Grams

- Sugars

26 Grams


1.2 Grams



Date First Available

23 Nov. 2021


Bournville Ln Birmingham B30 2HP, Mondelez


  1. Don­cast­er customer

    The prod­uct isn’t what I ordered and does­n’t look fit to eatII would­n’t even give this one star but I can’t give a zero star rat­ing. I ordered a sin­gle box of 48 eggs. What turned up was 16 box­es of 3. Also most of the box­es are squashed and most of the eggs have leaked caramel. Even the out­side of the box­es is cov­ered in caramel goo. I would return this item as unus­able but it’s not eli­gi­ble for return. I am FURIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Dol­lar­lou

    In all hon­esty I did­n’t get to eat them as they was all dam­aged apon deliv­eryThe box was dam­aged and two of the eggs had been half unwrapped I put them in the bin incase they had been tam­pered with. You nev­er know these days. Bet­ter to be safe then sorry…

  3. sal­ly white

    Nasty, Nasty, Nasty … waste of mon­eyNasty.Ordered a box of 48 for the kids for East­er for an egg hunt. They arrived as box­es of 5 with loose ones rat­tling around in the main pack­ag­ing, bat­tered and damaged.Expiry is July 2021 but you would nev­er guess. Every box opened so far is sticky and the choco­late is grainy and tem­per­a­ture-dam­aged (see pic­tures). Some of them have crushed and have leaked fill­ing so they are stuck to the inside of the boxes.

  4. Lin­gLing

    Most of the box ined­i­bleTer­ri­ble state these arrived in, at least 10 — 15 of them are out of the foil and squashed/ melt­ed all over the oth­ers. Lucky if 10 are edi­ble. Shocking!

  5. Shel­ley F.

    RIP OFF. NOT 4 BOXES.This is a con. You get one pack of 5 creme eggs not 4 packs as indi­cat­ed in the title. I pre­vi­ous­ly bought these in the past and got 4 box­es of eggs but obvi­ous­ly this sup­pli­er are not stick­ing to the 4 packs in the title. THIS IS NOT VALUE FOR MONEY AND I AM NOT HAPPY. I would avoid.

  6. pixie72

    Not as pic­turedThe Caramel Eggs did­n’t arrive in a sin­gle box as described and pic­tured. Instead I got 16 box­es of 3 eggs. Bought as a gift for the nov­el­ty of being a whole­sale box but it isn’t, in short I did­n’t get what was adver­tised. Disappointing

  7. louise mc laughlin

    Day­light rob­beryAbsolute con — a com­plete rip off­Ba­si­cal­ly charged with postage 3.50 per eggMis sold and poor­ly writ­ten advert next to the wrong photograph.

  8. Michael Fraz­er

    The eggs them­selves were fine but they did­n’t arrive in the sin­gle box as shown.On the face of it — this would­n’t be a prob­lem, how­ev­er I bought this pur­pose­ly to act as a dis­play for a birth­day treat. No prob­lem with the eggs but if you specif­i­cal­ly need the dis­play as shown then you might not get what you need.Just be advised as can’t return — how­ev­er Ama­zon has now resolved the issue.

  9. Jim Mills

    Want lots of cream eggs? Buy thisIf you want 48 cream eggs this is ide­al, if you want few­er cream eggs buy this any­way, you know you’ll eat them. If you want more than 48 cream eggs, maybe have bit of a think about where that’s heading.

  10. David B

    Wife loved themBought these for my wife… she now can’t fit out the front door. Jok­ing aside, they were well wrapped and good val­ue and delicious

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