Cadbury Creme Egg Fans Barely Realize What’s “Goo” Inside


Cadbury fans have only just figured out what the “glue” is inside a creme egg. Chocolate lovers will devour Cadbury Creme Eggs this weekend as the nation celebrates Easter.

Cadbury Creme eggs are among the most popular seasonal treats to enjoy at Easter. But people on social media were left puzzled by the goo.

“I have a huge problem that’s been running through my head: what’s the name of the substance in the middle of a cream egg? What is that? A glue? asked Daniel, in a question that has gone viral.

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The goo is actually a soft fondant. It is supposed to mimic the yolk and egg white of a real egg, which is why it is colored both white and yellow.

Cadbury claims its Creme Egg is its signature snack. “Cadbury Creme Egg is the most popular and over 500 million creme eggs are made each year, around two-thirds of which are consumed in the UK,” the site says.

“That’s 3.5 Cadbury Creme Eggs for every person in this country to enjoy.” Each 40g egg contains 177 calories and 26.5g of sugar. The NHS has recommended that adults consume no more than 30g of free sugars per day.

Cadbury began life in the West Midlands, with its base in Bournville. It makes some of the most iconic chocolate bars in the country.

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