It’s that time of year again.  That freaky clucking rabbit on TV reminds us annually about a sometimes-controversial Easter treat, the Cadbury Creme Egg.

A chocolate egg filled with a liquid sugary fondant designed to look like raw egg, the Cadbury Creme Egg was introduced in 1963, in the UK.  In the US, they are manufactured and distributed by Hershey.   Each year from New Year’s Day to Easter, over 200 million of them are sold.  When Easter is over, the eggs disappear from stores for another year.

The Cadbury Creme Egg has many fans as well as detractors.  On BuzzFeed this month, a number of recipes using Creme Eggs features items like “Creme Egg Donuts,” “Cream Egg Salad” and “Cream Egg Fu Young.”

What’s your take on the Cadbury Creme Egg?  Delicious or Disgusting?