Introduction: Cadbury Creme Egg Rolls
Easter is SERVED, and it's gooey and delicious.
Yup. The Easter bunny might just faint over my tastiest Creme Egg creation yet: Cadbury Creme Egg Rolls.
They're fried. They're sweet. They contain Cadbury Creme eggs and have a punny title. What more could you want?
The best news is that if you want to make these babies, you don't need a lot of time or ingredients. Really. Let me tell you how.
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Step 1: Assemble Your Ingredients
Cadbury Creme Egg Rolls
- 4 Cadbury Creme Eggs
- Flaked coconut (half a cup or so)
- 8 crescent rolls from a tube
Step 2: Get Your Dough Ready
Unroll the crescent rolls, and divide into 8 perforated portions. Ignore the triangle shape, and mush each one into a ball. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough as thin as it will go without seeming like it will break.
Step 3: Place Coconut on the Dough.
Place some coconut on top of the rolled dough.
Step 4: Add the Eggs.
Grab your eggs. Cut each one in half, so that you have 8 equal portions. You'll coarsely chop each portion, using one per egg roll. Place the coarsely chopped portion on top of the coconut on each crescent roll.
Step 5: Roll Them Up, Burrito-style
Roll up the tasty morsels as if they were burritos. The picture illustrates the process.
Step 6: Fry, Baby.
Heat up the oil. Once you think it's hot, test it by tossing a little crumb of crescent dough inside. If it starts bubbling furiously, you're good to go. Pop one of your rolled egg rolls into the hot oil. Fry until golden on all sides.
Step 7: Remove and Let Cool Slightly.
Remove from the frying pan and set on paper towels to blot excess oil. Enjoy while still warm.
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Does this have to have coconut? Or is there a substitute I can use? Can you even taste the coconut? My boyfriend doesn't like coconut too much.