People left baffled as they debate what the ‘goo’ inside Cadbury Creme Eggs is

Easter is nearly here and that means it is time to scoff on some Creme Eggs – but people have been left wondering what the ‘goo’ inside the sweet treat is and now we have answers

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Creme Eggs worth up to £10,000 have been hidden by Cadbury

Easter weekend is here and that means many people around the country will be scoffing chocolate eggs, but there’s one that is more popular than all the rest.

That is, of course, Cadbury’s Creme Egg – which is sold year-round in the millions, so it’s surprising that many people still don’t know what’s inside them.

Throughout the existence of social media, people have aired their confusion about what the mouth-watering substance concealed in the chocolate shell is, as the Daily Star reports.

One baffled Twitter user wrote: “I have a huge problem weighing on my mind: what is the substance in the middle of a Creme Egg called? What is it? goo?”

Another commented: “What’s inside them? Toothpaste? Frosting?:

“I have a question. What is the goo made from in a Creme Egg?”, another confused chocolate lover asked.

The iconic Creme Egg, but what’s that inside?

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Despite Brits devouring around 333 million Creme Eggs a year, like those on Twitter, many people do not know what the ‘goo’ is.

Creme Eggs are quite rightly a favorite amongst those with a sweet tooth thanks to their unique taste.

And what makes them so special is that the two chocolate shell halves are filled with a soft fondant.

The fondant is supposed to mimic the yolk and egg white of an actual egg, hence why the ‘goo’ is both white and yellow.

Despite being sold in vast quantities, no one’s quite sure what’s inside a Creme Egg



Makes sense now, right?

Just like the name would suggest, the ingredients actually contain dried egg whites.

According to Cadbury’s official website, over 500 million Creme Eggs are made each year – with Brits enjoying the most.

They wrote: “Cadbury Creme Egg is the most popular and over 500 million Creme Eggs are made every year with about two thirds of that number being enjoyed in the UK.

Creme Eggs are incredibly popular



“That is 3.5 Cadbury Creme Eggs for every person in this country to enjoy.”

And, apparently Brits like to put their money where their mouth is – quite literally.

The huge chocolate company has revealed that annually, £70 million is spent on creme filled eggs.

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Meanwhile, back in 2021 Creme Egg fans were left startled after they found out how much sugar was inside the sweet treat.

It all started when one mum shared a photo of a Creme Egg alongside a hefty mountain of sugar, claiming to show how much the sweet treat contained, even adding a two pence coin into the mix for scale.

But when the image riled some chocolate fans, with one replying to say: “Couldn’t fit that much sugar in the egg. This is a lie”, we decided to test it out for ourselves.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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