Cadbury's creme eggs mini brownies cupcakes

 Mini brownies cupcakes with Cadbury's creme eggs (sponsored post)

Before moving to London, I spend half a decade travelling to and fro from Lyon. It is said that long distance relationships are difficult. Ours wasn't but it was emotionally challenging.

Parting, of course, was the most difficult bit and I had to hold on very hard to what was waiting for me, in Lyon, in order not cry so much, that the train would become a blur. The image, I relished the most was the three little faces of my friends' children as they would throw themselves....on my bag at the first opportunity. Would it or wouldn't it this time round contained Cadbury Creme Eggs?

Forward twenty years and I were yet again at a transport hub, this time I was doing the waiting. Number three of these little boys was coming back from eighteen months around the world, looking all tanned, sporting a beard and all together very different from the toddler in home-made dungarees but, still adorable.

After a week, readjusting, it was time for him to return to Lyon but not before, getting hold of half a dozen of Cadbury's creme eggs.... for his friends' children.

So when Cadbury asked me to participate in their #CremeEggHuntingSeason, I smiled at the memories, chose my recipe and baked happy.

Mini Brownie Cupcakes with Cadbury Creme Eggs


125g dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids)
100g unsalted butter
125g light muscovado sugar
2 large Free range eggs
75g plain flour, sifted
1/4 tsp salt


Preheat oven to 160C fan, 180C conventional, 350F, gas 4.

Melt the butter and dark chocolate together either in the microwave or in a bowl over boiling water or in a large saucepan at very low temperature

when completely melted stir in the sugar and the 2 Free range eggs one by one. Fold in the flour and salt and spoon into the cupcake cases so they are nearly full. 

Pipe the fluff onto each cupcake and bake in the centre of the oven for 12 minutes. Leave to cool.

Then crush the cadburys creme eggs just add them to the top making sure they are evenly spread!

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