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Mar 28, 2007 11:14 AM

Biggest Cadbury Creme Egg ever? And how would you eat it? [moved from Not About Food]

Check out the picture below.

Here's the link on the creation of this monstrosity.

Any thoughts on how to attack, er, I mean eat this "egg"?

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  1. : O
    I'm almost speechless. I think my plan of attack would be to break or carve out the top, like a pumpkin, then break off bits of the chocolate and dip it into the filling.The only problem I foresee is running out of chocolate before filling, which can be remedied by bringing in other Cadbury bars. Oh my goodness. I had better not ever see one of these in a store.

    1. Oh. Wow. My teeth hurt just looking at this!

      1. I am envious!.. where did you find such a wondrous creation?
        I also recommend the 'pumpkin carving' plan of attack marmite suggested.
        however if you do run out of chocolate, treat the remaining filling as a fondue of sorts. dip graham crackers, marshmallows, fruit, more chocolate, nuts,etc into the luscious gooey concoction.

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        1. re: sugarcube

          Well, if you run out of chocolate, maybe you can eat it with this LARGE OREO cookie.

          Here's the creation of the Oreo:

          1. re: ipsedixit

            Did you see the massive Ferrero-Rocher on that site? I covet that thing!

        2. Wow. Maybe cut the top, like you would a soft boiled egg in an egg cup and then scoop out the center w/ some of the chocolate. It'll be be a huge sugar rush no matter what you do. The fun thing would be to put it in a baking tray and take a hammer to it.

          1. <speechless> that is unbelievable. i am in awe of the ingenuity of the creators... i think it would eat it like a boiled egg with a teaspoon, making sure to include a small piece of shell in each bite. and maybe i'd keep it refrigerated until right before eating to stop it from falling apart.