This Cadbury Creme Egg and Scotch Finger Soldiers Combo Just Won Easter
Cadbury Cream Eggs and Scotch Finger Soldiers
Granted, we don't recommend Cadbury Creme Eggs as a breakfast food, but it DOES get a tasty five stars for a fun afternoon activity treat. Glue gun at the ready, Jo from Things By Bean tells us how to recreate these sweet dippy eggs and soldiers! You can make the egg cups, or skip that bit and just hoe in to the googie sweet goodness.
1. Set up and turn on your hot glue gun. While it's heating, cut the little tab that keeps the two halves of each mini plastic Easter egg together so you have two separate halves.
2. When it's hot, place the larger half of one of the mini plastic Easter egg face-down on the table and carefully squeeze a glob of hot glue directly on top and press the other half of the plastic egg onto it, face-up. You may need to hold it for a few seconds to help it stay in place. Repeat with the rest of your plastic Easter eggs to create how many egg cups you need.
3. Unwrap your first Cadbury Creme Egg halfway - don't be tempted to nibble.
4. Run your small, sharp knife under hot water until the blade is warmed. Dry the blade then gently cut off the top of the Cadbury Creme Egg, placing it into one of your plastic Easter egg cups when you're done. Repeat with the rest of the Cadbury Creme Eggs.
5. Cut your biscuits into long pieces to resemble toast soldiers. Serve each egg with a few long biscuit soldiers and get busy dipping. Yum!