Cadbury Oreo Creme Eggs Are Coming To The UK And They're Full Of Creamy Goodness

Cadbury Oreo crème eggs filled with a delicious creamy and biscuit filling are coming to the UK and we can't wait to get our hands on the sweet treat.

Chocolate loving Brits have already had a taste of the Oreo Egg since Cadbury launched mini egg versions of the crème egg in the run up to Easter. However, the chocolate brand is now launching full sized Oreo Eggs for the first time.

Credit: Cadbury
Credit: Cadbury

The creamy treat will go on sale in January and will sell for 58p each, which eagle-eyed shoppers will notice is 8p more expensive than a regular Crème Egg.

Oreo Eggs have the same milk chocolate shell as a normal Crème Egg, however the inside consists of a white cream filling with shards of Oreo biscuits, and quite frankly, it sounds incredible.

Credit: Cadbury
Credit: Cadbury

The naughty new treat will launch in January next year and will remain on sale until Easter, which is a fairly decent four months of enjoying the delicious snack.

However, we'll be trying our absolute hardest not to indulge too heavily in the new product, as each egg contains 175 calories. But, if we're looking on the brighter side, that is two calories less than the regular Crème Egg which contains 177 calories.

"We are constantly listening to what our customers want and we know fans went wild last year when they heard about the Oreo Egg," said Aislinn Campbell, brand manager at Cadbury.

"So for Easter 2019, we are bringing this to the UK and we cannot wait for everyone to try it."

Credit: Cadbury
Credit: Cadbury

In the meantime, Cadbury has launched spooky Crème Egg alternative just in time for Halloween.

Goo Heads are basically the same milk chocolate egg, containing the same white fondant as a regular Crème Egg, but wrapped in packaging featuring scary Halloween characters.

BRB, just heading to the shops to stock up...

Featured Image Credit: Cadbury

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