I don’t know about your neck of the woods, but it is finally warming up in Northern Utah! The boy loves sticks (which he calls ‘drum sticks’), rocks and digging in the dirt.

With Easter just around the corner, I came up with this amazing warm weather treat.

Guys…I cannot even tell you how delicious this sundae is. If you love Cadbury Mini Eggs, you will absolutely love this sundae.

But first, check out this round-up of 7 creative Easter ideas. Love these bloggers!

1) Cadbury Mini Egg Easter Sundae by Whistle and Ivy
2) Tangram Bunny Art by Persia Lou
5) Baker’s Twine Carrot by Keeping it Simple
6) Cross-Stitch Bunny Canvas by Cutesy Crafts
7) Twine Wrapped Easter Eggs by Cook and Craft Me Crazy

Now, this sauce takes just a little bit of preparation, but I assure you, it is worth it! And you can make a big batch and keep it in the fridge for when you are craving a decadent and delicious treat.

Cadbury Mini Egg Sundae Sauce

1/2  Bag of Cadbury Mini Eggs
1/2 Can of Sweetened Condensed Milk

Directions:

Using a double boiler, or a small pot and a glass bowl, fill the bottom pot with a little bit of water. Make sure the water doesn’t touch the bottom of the bowl. Turn on your element and heat the water until it boils, then turn the heat down to low. Add your mini eggs into the bowl (make sure there is no moisture in the bowl). Stir them for a few minutes so they get heated through.  It will seem like nothing is happening, but they will quickly begin to crack.

Don’t be tempted to turn up the heat, the chocolate will cook instead of melt and will solidify and turn chalky! Once a few eggs have cracked, add the sweetened condensed milk. The eggs will quickly start to break down. Stir until everything is smooth. You will still have delicious pieces of crunchy candy shell. Spoon over ice-cream and enjoy! This will make about 2 cups of sauce.

Who has eaten two bags of Cadbury mini eggs this Easter season. Not me, of course!

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    1. I know! I am telling you, this is so so good! I am going to have to make me a big batch to hold me over for when I can’t buy Cabury eggs anymore.