How to Make “Healthy” Homemade Cadbury Creme Eggs
Eating a Cadbury Creme Egg feels inexplicably good, even if all the while you’re doing so, you’re thinking, “What is this delightfully delicious mix of obviously unnatural and likely toxic chemicals I’m ingesting?” For some people, it seems, that whole doesn’t-exist-in-nature element of this Easter treat is a deal-breaker, which is great news for us because it means those same people spent a lot of time creating healthy, homemade versions that won’t cause us to grow a third arm sometime in our 60s. Here are two of our favorites.
"Healthy" Cadbury Creme Egg Recipes
This recipe uses honey instead of sugar and purports to have just 6 grams of net carbs as opposed to the 28 grams you'll find in the store-bought version.
A Lovely Side Project
This recipe gets major points for creativity, considering the fact that it contains ingredients like protein powder and apricot jelly.