Crème egg nut butter is here to transform your breakfast

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Crème eggs are great and all, but it’s really difficult to incorporate them into your breakfast – unless, of course, you’re the sort of person who scoffs them straight from the foil alongside your morning coffee (guilty).

However, that’s all about to change, thanks to the geniuses at Funky Nut Company.

That’s right; they’ve only gone and created a creamy new nut butter containing real crème eggs.

Writing about their product on their websites, they explain: “We took our natural cashew butter, added a little milk chocolate, and then added those world famous delicious Cadbury crème eggs.”

The resulting effect is something truly exciting – or, sorry, egg-citing. Think a thick, indulgent, and deliciously gooey cashew-based nut butter, with generous chunks of your favourite Easter treat hidden inside.

No wonder some people are calling it “better than Nutella”.

Revealing exactly what makes their funky butter so special, the Funky Nut Company pointed out that their crème egg blend – despite being deliciously naughty – is suitable for vegetarians, “lower in sugar, full of healthy fats, [and] higher in protein”.

Every single jar is handmade specially to order, so you know it’s getting a lot of TLC on the way to your mouth – and you can eat it any way you like; spread it on toast and bagels, drizzle it over porridge, dollop it onto rice cakes, or, y’know, just spoon it straight from the jar and into your face.

Currently selling for £5.50 a jar, this limited edition brunchtime treat is expected to sell out incredibly quickly, so we advise you to hurry.

If it all goes wrong, you could always just serve yourself up some regular peanut butter toast and just… well, just slice a crème egg and stick it on top.

We won’t judge.

Images: Funky Nut Company


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Kayleigh Dray

Kayleigh Dray is Stylist’s digital editor-at-large. Her specialist topics include comic books, films, TV and feminism. On a weekend, you can usually find her drinking copious amounts of tea and playing boardgames with her friends.