|Typical Values||Per 100 g||Per Egg (40 g)||*Reference Intakes|
|Energy||1860 kJ||744 kJ||8400 kJ /|
|440 kcal||177 kcal||2000 kcal|
|Fat||15 g||6.1 g||70 g|
|of which Saturates||9.3 g||3.7 g||20 g|
|Carbohydrate||73 g||29 g||260 g|
|of which Sugars||66.5 g||26.5 g||90 g|
|Fibre||0.4 g||0.1 g||-|
|Protein||3.2 g||1.3 g||50 g|
|Salt||0.15 g||0.06 g||6 g|
|*% reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (23)
Husband and I love these. They disappear far too quickly in our house!
All completely squashed
Box they came in was almost flat and all the eggs which were oozing went in the bin.
The classic Easter treat...amazing
delicious if you have a sweet tooth
They are very sweet but thats what we love! They taste the same to me as they did 40 odd years ago when I first fell in love with them. I try not too eat too many though!
A FIRM FAVOURITE
These eggs tasted good to me when I was a child, a long time ago. Decades later, they still taste good to me. The quality of chocolate generally in Britain ------mainly Belgian and Swiss products------has shot up over the years. Cadbury has decided to leave their Cream Eggs unchanged------and I'm happy with that. Yes, there are better chocolates available now. Yes Cadbury is not in fashion. Yes these eggs are very sweet----they are supposed to be. I disagree with the poorer reviews. Why do those reviewers buy them at all.....will the detractors just eat other products and leave our Cadbury Cream Eggs alone......
still taste good
Dont agree with the bad reviews on here, these still taste good, will keep buying them as the chocolate is good as is the filling. Taste even better kept in the fridge!