Cadbury Egg ‘n’ Spoon

Cadbury Egg and Spoon

Maybe you can all help me with this Cadbury Egg ‘n’ Spoon is marked as a new product but I’m sure I remember something similar from my teens? I’m sure I went looking for them in years after and they never seemed to be available but then I could have just dreamt it I do have those moments after all.

Anyway enough of that – the lovely people at Cadbury sent us a pack of Egg ‘n’ Spoon to give it a try whether it be for the first time or not. Egg ‘n’ Spoon comes in a purple egg box which holds inside it 4 chocolate eggs wrapped in a two toned brown foil set alongside 2 purple spoons (so cute!). I was sent the milk chocolate outer with chocolate mousse inside but there is also a milky white mousse variety as well. I have to say I’m not sure of the best way to eat these, the mousse hardens if left in the fridge while if not the outer chocolate shell can become quite fragile in your hands as you try and scoop out the mousse it does however taste nice both ways so it is really down to personal choice if you have refrigerated your egg or not.

To eat:
Unwrapped the top and bite it off, then grab your spoon and start scooping the mousse, before finishing off the outer shell.

The only thing I can’t work out is why is there only 2 spoons – if you brought this pack to share between say 4 children you would be stuck in a bit of scrabble over who gets to eat theirs first, as I think a normal teaspoon might just be a bit on the large side.

I shall definitely be hoping the Easter Bunny hops this way with some of these for me.

Have you tried Cadbury Egg ‘n’ Spoon, what do you think of them?

*PR Sample


  1. Holly   •  

    Wow…I’ve never seen anything like this before. They look yummy!
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  2. Maddie K.   •  

    Well what will they think of next? While I am not a Cadbury Egg fan my daughter LOVES them. Guess she’ll be getting one of these for Easter!

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey   •     Author

      I love a good Cadburys chocolate bar – do love my Thorntons and Hotel Chocolat as well though lol x

  3. Lanaya @ Raising Reagan   •  

    That cracks me up … I admit though ~ I think you are right. I have seen something like this before when I was younger. Maybe not by Cadbury but still.

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    • Sarah-Louise Bailey   •     Author

      I’m sure it was Cadbury I was in my teens and working in the supermarket (yeah it was THAT long ago haha) anyway guess I shall never know as I didn’t think to take pictures as proof ;) x

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey   •     Author

      I hope you manage to find them – I really want to try the Milky ones :) x

  4. KC @ genxfinance   •  

    Hey, they’re really cute. But that’s just a sinful treat. Maybe I will.. Hmmm just a little.

  5. md kennedy   •  

    How decadent is this? Not quite sure that I love that the spoon is plastic, but, once in a while….I can see our whole family, each with a 4-pack, sitting around the table after dinner and piggin’ out, silently!

  6. Carolin   •  

    These look so yummy. I’ve heard so many people talk about them that I really think I’ll have to try them myself x

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey   •     Author

      Oh yes you should definitely try them – your have to let me know what you think :) x

  7. Jo   •  

    They look good – after all it is chocolate. I wonder what kind of chemicals are involved for preservation.

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey   •     Author

      The ingredients are:
      Milk chocolate (Milk, Sugar, Cocoa butter, Cocoa mass, Vegetable fats, Emulsifiers (E442, E476), Flavourings), Filling (50%) (Sugar, Vegetable fats, Fat-reduced cocoa, Milk, Dried whey, Cocoa butter, Emulsifiers (Soya lecithin, E475, E442, E476), Cocoa mass, Flavourings).

      Hope that helps a little :)

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