Disclosure: I received product from Hershey’s and a stipend from Global Influence for this post. All opinions are my own.

Easter is getting closer, and that means it is time to start thinking about candy! My kids love almost any kind of Easter candy, and so do I. Candy is also fun to use in desserts, so when I got a whole bunch of Easter candy from HERSHEY’s I wanted to use it to make something different.  I decided to see what would happen if I baked a CADBURY CREME EGG into a pie.Cadbury Creme Egg Hand Pies #recipe #easter

The result was a delicious combination of crispy pie crust with melty chocolate and cream. 

Making Cadbury Egg Pies

To make the pies I used some refrigerated pie crust that I had left over.  I rolled it out flat, and then cut it into 5 inch circles.

Making Cadbury Egg Pies

I used a tart pan as a pattern, but anything between 5 and 6 inches in diameter would work.  Then I put a CADBURY Crème Egg in the middle of the pie crust, and sealed the edges with water and fork.

Baking Cadbury Creme Eggs into Pies

To make it look and taste better I brushed the pie crust with egg white and sprinkled it with sugar.  I baked the pies for 10 minutes and let them cool a little bit before eating.  These pies were a big hit, and were gone in no time!

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Cadbury Creme Egg Pies
  • Refrigerated Pie Dough
  • 1 egg white
  • 2 T. sugar
  1. Preheat oven to 450.
  2. Roll the pie dough out and cut into 5-6 inch rounds.
  3. Unwrap the eggs and put one in the middle of a circle of dough.
  4. Seal the pie by brushing the edge with water and crimping with a fork.
  5. Brush egg white on top of the pie and sprinkle with sugar.
  6. Bake for 10 minutes. Let cool a little bit before eating because the filling will be hot.

You can find all kinds of Easter ideas at They have crafts, tips, recipes and unique traditions which will make the holiday more fun.

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  1. Trisha McKee says

    My daughter and I go shopping the day before Easter and then go home to color eggs. I would love to try the recipe Peanut Butter Easter Bonnets.

  2. says

    I’m really drawn to the different textures here. Flakey, crispy crust and then a ooey, gooey, melty center. That’s pretty much my favorite thing! Easter is really sneaking up on me–I need to sit down and do some planning today.

    Thank you for sharing this fun treat at See Ya in the Gumbo. Hope to see you when the party goes live tonight!
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