Cadbury Creme Egg


Cadbury Bunny Tryouts are back for 2020

Your pet has a shot at 15 minutes of fame this Easter. The Cadbury bunny has been the company’s mascot for years, but because “everybody wants to be the Cadbury Bunny”—as the iconic commercial declares—recently they’ve opened the casting call to more than just regular old rabbits. Last year, Cadbury hosted a tryout for the position and invited any species of animal to don a pair of fuzzy ears and see if they had what it took to be the next face of its festive chocolate Easter egg candies. A bulldog named Henri took top honors in 2019, but now the company is once looking for a fresh adorable face for 2020. Cadbury is encouraging all pet owners to enter to become the official Cadbury Bunny, and they’ve made the process simple. Visit the Cadbury website and submit a cute photo of your pet wearing bunny ears. No bunny eats…

The amount of sugar in one Cadbury Egg has horrified chocolate lovers

Cadbury Creme Eggs are a staple of spring. The tasty little treats are only available in the weeks leading up to Easter, so you might be tempted to pick up a few while you can. That is, until you see how much sugar goes into just one egg. A mother took to Facebook last week to show just how much sugar one Creme Egg contains, using a 2p for size reference. Sure, no one thought they were a health food, but it took seeing exactly how much sugar is in each egg to set off an internet storm. “Warning, may upset Creme Egg lovers,” Rebecca Balham posted on her Facebook page, The Little Red Hut Home & Gifts. The post has since had more than 16,000 comments and has been shared nearly 8,000 times. The comments range from outrage to disbelief, but most people are standing by their love of the…