Cadbury Changes Its Creme Egg Recipe

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Cadbury Changes Its Creme Egg Recipe

Learn why the Cadbury Creme eggs recipe will change.

The traditional Cadbury Creme Egg used a chocolate called Dairy Milk for its signature egg-like shell, but now Kraft has replaced the Dairy Milk chocolate with a "standard cocoa mix chocolate."

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A spokesman explained to The Sun that they are no longer using Dairy Milk to make the Creme Eggs, but are using something that tastes similar.

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The recipe isn't the only thing that's changing either. Now there will be just five Creme Eggs per box, rather than the typical six.

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Cadbury Creme Eggs are such a beloved treat around Easter, and they're only on sale for three months out of the year. The Easter candy was purchased by Kraft in 2010, and the company has just announced that the recipe has changed (and yes, it tastes different)!

Check out the slideshow above to learn what's new about the Cadbury Creme Egg recipe.

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