The latest Easter themed addition to the Pots of Joy dessert range comes in the form of a Cadburys Creme Egg limited edition. I have tried and written about quite a few of the Pots of Joy varieties in the past. I guess this Creme Egg version makes sense as they are probably one of Cadburys best sellers at this time of year. Of course the thing that makes them special is the neat filling. That lovely looking yellow yoke on the white fondant makes them.
I unpacked the dessert twin pot, and peeled back the foil lid. The chocolate topping covered the top but underneath was the full Creme Egg experience, there was a white base with the bright yellow yolk. It's an eye catching pudding as the three colours does look really nice. I was impressed with the flavour too, it was sweet and creamy and had the distinct taste of Creme Egg fondant, although it was much lighter and fluffier in texture. I thought they may have made it a simple vanilla, but it had the proper fondant taste.
Yes okay these Cadbury Creme Egg Pots of Joy desserts are a bit of an Easter novelty, but I still really enjoyed them. I often pick up Pot of Joys as a quick pudding, so it is a variation i'll be buying again. I thought they did an eggcellent (sorry) job of converting the chocolate into a dessert pot.