Make a Boozy Cadbury Creme Egg Milkshake with all that leftover Easter candy.
When I was a kid the Cadbury Crème Eggs belonged to my dad. He almost always tried to steal them from my Easter basket and would then hoard them like a squirrel saving acorns for the winter. I was always onto him, but honestly I didn’t mind. I would just steal his Reese’s peanut butter cups and I felt we were even. Plus, I was never really big fan of Cadbury Eggs. They were so sweet they made my teeth hurt and the whole weird filling sort of freaked me out.
Now that I’m older, and the crème eggs are smaller, I don’t mind them, but they are still not at the top of my must-eat list. When it comes down to what I want at Easter, it’s still peanut butter eggs and fancy gourmet jellybeans. However, this year I think I have found a way to enjoy these crème eggs that just might totally win me over.
I combined vanilla bean ice cream, whipped cream vodka and Cadbury Crème Eggs. Yeah, lets talk about this amazingly deliciousness boozy libation. I drank mine as dessert since it’s sweet, but I could see it center stage at Easter brunch too. Obviously the kids would get theirs vodka-free, but I’m pretty sure they would have a blast making milkshakes out of their Easter candy. Plus, the more you use up on day one, the less you have sitting around for the rest of the week - which, if you’re like me, if the hardest part of the whole Easter basket thing.
Hello, there is a giant basket full of your most favorite candy sitting in your house. How can you not abandon any sense of having a nutritional lunch where there is candy in the house? It gets even worse when there is candy, booze and ice cream in the house - hence this recipe.
Trust me, if you’re going to eat the Cadbury Crème Egg you may as well eat it in milkshake form with a little booze. Am I right?
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