You’re going to forget all about Easter candy once you have a bite of this Cadbury Creme Egg Dip Recipe. The flavor of this dessert dip is out of this world good! It literally tastes like you’re eating the combination of a Cadbury egg and cannoli dip, in my opinion.
It’s a creamy and sweet treat that pairs perfectly with graham crackers or just a giant spoon! And the best part? It’s super fast and easy to make!
If you’re looking for a fun Easter dessert, try this simple no-bake dip recipe today! Certain to be a new Easter favorite!
Since this simple dessert dip takes just 7 easy ingredients and about 10 minutes of time, there’s no reason why you can’t whip it up at the drop of a hat.
Cadbury Creme Egg Dip Recipe
The creamy texture of the dip comes from the cream cheese and powdered sugar and is a great host for the delicious crumbled-up Cadbury Creme Eggs. This is literally the perfect sweet dip for cookies!
Even though my boys are fans of cookies and cookies and all types of desserts, they love when I make this tasty treat. I make them promise not to double-dip though which means that they just scoop on even more to their first scoop!
What else can you dip into dessert dip?
Really anything that you want. Graham crackers are great, cookies are wonderful, even chopped-up apples would be divine with this! I’m also a big fan of using this to put on top of a cupcake or muffin for a quick sweet treat, too!
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How do you store dessert dip?
Due to the ingredients, you’ll need to keep this stored in the fridge until you’re ready to eat it. It needs to be kept cool and have a lid on it as well.
More Easter Dessert Recipes:
- Easter Egg Fudge Recipe
- Sweet Easter Cookie Dip Appetizer Recipe
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- 4 ounces of softened cream cheese
- ¼ cup powdered sugar
- 1 tablespoon of heavy cream
- ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract
- ½ cup of whipped topping
- 6 Cadbury Crème eggs chopped up
- Graham crackers or cookies for dipping
Mix together the powdered sugar, cream cheese, heavy cream, and vanilla.
Once it is smooth, fold in the whipped cream.
Add in the Cadbury eggs that are chopped up, saving a bit for the topping. Stir.
Put into a fun serving dish and top with the rest of Cadbury eggs. Enjoy!
What are you going to dip into this amazing dessert dip recipe?