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  1. Erica says

    oh my gosh! What a cute Easter idea! I feel like I need to make them for our celebration!!! I love the circus peanuts that are shaped like bunnies and chicks.

  2. Joanne says

    Um yes these easter treats were totally put out the day after V-Day (at least here they were!) and I found it utterly disturbing. As if the V-Day temptations weren’t enough!

    Now I feel more prepared for them however. Especially after seeing this scone. Seems like the perfect excuse to eat chocolate for breakfast!

  3. Shannon says

    Pure brilliance. I too could finish a bag in one sitting. And now they make them in dark chocolate too?! I love the idea of putting them in scones, I’ve been seriously on a scone making kick lately!

  4. Molly says

    I’m kind of in love with this recipe.

  5. Michelle says

    I’m with you and love Cadbury mini eggs and creme eggs but I also love the Reese’s peanut butter eggs!

  6. Jenn's Food Journey says

    What a fantastic idea!! I love Cadbury mini eggs!! Those and the Reese’s peanut butter eggs are my favorites for Easter.

  7. Emily @ A Cambridge Story says

    I love outside-the-box scones, and these look fabulous! I made Girl Scout inspired scones with coconut, chocolate and caramel a couple weekends ago. I say we organize a non-traditional scone party!

  8. brandi says

    you have got to be kidding me! those are so fun! we LOVE the mini eggs but I’m not sure I could ever save enough to actually bake with them πŸ™‚

  9. Susan says

    What a great idea! When my girls were little there was always Cadbury in their Easter baskets πŸ˜‰

  10. A.Judy says

    Sues…I always knew you were a girl after my own heart………..I’ll be trying this recipe for sure!!!

  11. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic says

    How cute!! I’ll have to say the Cadbury mini eggs are my favorite too!

  12. maiah says

    oh my goodness i feel like you wrote this for me and my obsession with cadbury mini eggs. LOVE. πŸ™‚

  13. Leah (So, How's It Taste?) says

    You have made me a very happy girl on a Monday! I love mini eggs and scones! I’m making these pronto!

  14. emily says

    Haha, this is so awesome, Sues. My fave Easter candy are the Reese’s Eggs. Love chocolate + pb combo. Maybe you can make a scone recipe out of those, eh?!

  15. Lauren at KeepItSweet says

    For some reason I never loved the cadbury eggs, but these scones look so good I may have to try them again!

  16. Melissa says

    I love the Cadbury cream eggs the best! I waited as long as I could to have one this year and wanted just ONE but only found a package of four – oh well haha. I see this recipe translating to all sorts of breakfast sweets like pancakes and waffles and muffins, or a Cadbury cream egg omelette??

  17. Erica @ In and Around Town says

    Wow! Those are a Cadbury lover’s dream!!! I think I might have to try making those – YUM!

  18. Daisy says

    Cadbury mini eggs are definitely up there with fave easter candy!! These scones are such a brilliant idea!

  19. Bee says

    Ooh… last year I bought five bags and totally OD’d on them. One bag is still in my drawer. I wonder if year-old mini eggs would lend themselves better to a baked treat than snacking? Hmm…

  20. Annie says

    Amazing! They look delicious!

  21. Shannon says

    I think I’m about to faint. My love for mini eggs is astounding. I love this idea and will definitely try!

  22. emily @ the happy home says

    magical. the regular cream eggs are my favorite, totally!

  23. sweeter salt says

    YOU ARE A GENIUS. I am so making these for easter morning.

    between these cadburry eggs and peeps the drugstore is like a temptation mine field this time of year. SO MUCH DELICIOUS MULTI-COLORED CANDY!


  24. Georgia @ The Comfort of Cooking says

    These scones are so cute! Perfect for Easter. Thanks for sharing, girls!

  25. Chris says

    These were a big hit at the office today. They we are all gone in 15 minutes.

  26. Shannon says

    omg, i love you. that is all.

  27. Maris (In Good Taste) says

    I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love Cadbury eggs and I am sure I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t love these scones! They are amazing!

  28. veron says

    that’s sounds fantastic in scones and such a great idea for Easter.

  29. Mary says

    And to think I thought I’d seen it all. You are a wicked genius that folks as Cadbury are going to love. The scones sound sinfully delicious. Have a great day. Blessings…Mary.

  30. marla says

    These scones are some kinda fabulous! Love those little cadbury eggs.

  31. Juliana says

    Great idea for scones…and must taste really yummie with all the taste of the cadbury eggs πŸ™‚ Have a great week!

  32. Maria @ Scandifoodie says

    That’s such a fun idea! They look great!

  33. Sutapa says

    That’s so deliciously Cadbury! The idea for topping is great!

  34. Quisha says

    Those are so colorful and cute! I’m not a huge sweets fan so I usually go for scones. I’d probably have a few of these for sure.

  35. Meesh says

    this is amazing. what a creative idea, and perfect for easter obviously. LOVE IT

  36. 5 Star Foodie says

    Such scrumptious and adorable scones with the mini eggs, so neat!

  37. Kari Elmes says

    OMG! I can so relate to this! I have been addicted to mini eggs for years now and await the arrival of them with anticipation each year!
    I have actually found a no name brand of these eggs sold in bulk which I prefer to the cadbury’s brand.
    I am definitely going to try these scones very soon, my mouth was watering as I read through the recipe and saw the photos. I am not a baker and hope that I won’t mess it up πŸ˜‰

  38. Elina (Healthy and Sane) says

    You’re too cute. I love the minis as well and think you are a genius for making scones with them! Definitely an even more special way to enjoy (or maybe inhale? lol) some seasonal chocolate mini eggs πŸ™‚

  39. Amanda L. (Tales from a Kitchen Misfit) says

    I just showed this to my husband and I think he might be expecting me to make these this weekend. Hah!

  40. Betty @ scrambled hen fruit says

    Oh yes…another way to add the important chocolate food group to my breakfast! These look scrumptious! I love the little Cadbury eggs. πŸ™‚

  41. Jaime says

    WOW!!! I love cadbury eggs…. these are right up my alley!

  42. Lisa @ Sweet as Sugar Cookies says

    Seeing your scones just brightened up my day and made me smile. These look like one delicious idea and, best of all, it means that eating candy for breakfast is A-OK.

  43. Katie says

    what a fun idea! i haven’t had cadbury eggs in forever, i think i need to start eating them again!

  44. Sharlene says

    I can’t stand how it’s one holiday after another in stores these days. It makes me so anxious! Knowing this scone recipe though, I’m excited to get out there and prepare for the festivities.

  45. Jacquelyn says

    I didn’t think you could improve on Easter candy, but you did it! Thanks for the Cabot mention πŸ™‚

  46. Victoria says

    Ahhhh, these are so cool!! I’m an April baby and so Easter candy was always plentiful around my birthday. My cakes would annually feature marshmallow peeps! Quite frankly, growing up, it wasn’t a birthday cake without peeps, haha.

  47. Susan says

    What a fabulous idea for my FAVORITE Easter candy!! And, they include my new fave yogurt too – love that Cabot Greek. Just baked Meyer Lemon-Cranberry Scones with it on my blog.

  48. Jules says

    These are genius. I’m going to have some mini eggs left from some classes I’m running and now know exactly what I’m going to do with them!

  49. Elizabeth says

    Soo, my roommate just broad a bag of the eggs home so I had to show her this recipe. We will probably be making them tomorrow morning.

  50. LauraD says

    I made these last night and they are unbelievably good! They are the perfect easter dessert. Thanks so much for the idea

  51. d.liff @ yelleBELLYboo says

    Cadbury mini eggs are literally my favorite candy – not just at Easter but ever. I’m obsessed. Always have been. When I was in high school I used to keep a bag in my car just so it would smell like them. These look unreal. Must -make for Easter

  52. Val says

    I made these already and I’m making them again for easter brunch… one step to make it easier.. and safer… stick the mini eggs in a ziploc bag and crush with a rolling pin or meat mallet. It will save you lots of time! πŸ™‚

  53. Loretta says

    I used coconut greek yogurt and it tasted really nice with the cadburry eggs!!

  54. Steph @ Crafting in the Rain says

    A way to eat these for breakfast–yay!

  55. Diana Johnson says

    5 stars
    This is ADORABLE! I’m a sucker for those mini eggs.

  56. Nellie says

    5 stars
    These are AMAZING! I have a relative who is obsessed with Cadbury Eggs…I’ll definitely be making these for her…:)

  57. Lauren @ Lemon & Mocha says

    I love this! I have seen a lot of recipes lately using mini eggs, but none in scones – awesome! I will definitely be trying this recipe and not only as an excuse to buy more mini eggs! πŸ™‚

  58. Tammy says

    5 stars
    Made these this morning amazing! Super tender crumb and not too sweet great Easter. Brunch treat

  59. Sues says

    @Tammy Yay!! I’m glad you liked them! I hope you had a wonderful Easter πŸ™‚

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