Creme Egg Cake

If you like Creme Eggs and you like cakes, you might like this Creme Egg cake. I saw it today on Twitter and was quite overwhelmed:

That came from Mimi’s Bakehouse in Edinburgh:

I strongly recommend looking at the Gallery on that website, prepare to be amazed.

Hats off to Mimi!


55 thoughts on “Creme Egg Cake

  1. Ahhhh… if I were in Scotland right now! Beautiful gallery of pictures. Such a creative place. Thanks for sharing, Lorna

  2. O…M….G! Funny, I seemed to have died, not felt a thing and I am now officialy in Chocolate Heaven! I’m simply speechless (she says, wiping the drool from her mouth…)

  3. Im in love!!! This is amazing!!!

    I’ve been eating far to many creme eggs lately, this has just given me an excuse to make a cake from them!

    • It’s fabulous, isn’t it? If you make one I look forward to seeing it on your blog. I still have very fond memories of that other amazing cake you made with the sweeties all over it.

  4. OK, we went from decrying the unhealthy state of hospital food to a Cadbury creme egg and now a Cream Egg Cake! Do I detect a bit of a split personality here? Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?

    The cake, btw, makes me want to buy an airline ticket!

  5. Overwhelmed? Let’s just say there have been tears…
    LOL – no, not that bad yet on day two of no chocolate (that heads a much bigger list of noes btw) but gee… I wish I had a scratch ‘n sniff screen on my laptop for this pic!

    • My dear girl, what can I say but more apologies. I should have put a warning at the top so that you could avoid looking at it. I used to collect scratch ‘n’ sniff stickers at school, you’ve just brought a memory soaring out of the past with that comment.

    • Me too, I’ve been told of a few good tearooms in Edinburgh since I left there a number of years ago and it’s high time I investigated them. Have you ever been to Loopy Lorna’s in Morningside?

      • No! πŸ˜€ I’m sure I’d remember! I’ve been in a couple of coffee bars and eateries in Edinburgh – Valvona & Crolla is amazing. The others are memorable mainly for a darkly haunting atmosphere. Deacon Brodie’s Tavern in the Royal Mile… and we’ve visited two in West Bow, up from Grassmarket. I will try to remember if it’s any help!

        • Thanks Jo, any recommendations very welcome! Valvona’s is amazing, lovely coffees. I used to go there for breakfast now and then when I lived in Edinburgh, it felt very civilised.

          • I’m really sorry but I can’t remember the names of the other places. They weren’t that memorable and I think one of them might have closed since then. If we visit any really good ones in the meantime, I’ll be sure to let you know!

            • No problem at all Jo, it was a very kind thought all the same. I’m always delighted to receive recommendations, but I don’t expect them. The fact that they do close down from time to time is one of the things that makes writing guide books a bit of a dodgy business.

  6. Highly enamoured by this delicious cake – think I need to go eat some Creme eggs now πŸ˜‰

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  7. Drooool! That looks so good! My kids are egg anaphylactic, so I am constantly seeking out pictures of eggy-goodness to eyeball and imagine eating πŸ™‚
    Lovely pic of it too!

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