Slow Cooker Creme Egg Chocolate Cake

Slow Cooker Creme Egg Chocolate Cake

Creme Eggs nestling in pillowy smooth glossy buttermilk cake mixture. I could have eaten it all without even bothering to cook it, but I resisted. This time of year seems to be when chocolate bakes are the most popular on the blog so I decided to make a new one.

My slow cooker Creme Egg chocolate cake is here and you must make one right away!

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With Creme Eggs inside and on top of the cake, if you are a chocolate lover you are going to love this.

Smooth butter icing which takes just a minute to make, covering a soft and rich buttermilk chocolate cake baked in the slow cooker, stuffed with Creme Eggs! Are you still there?

OK so you’ll have to go to the gym after eating a slice but it is Easter and time to share food with family and friends, so I am sure this won’t hang around for long.

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Unlike a sponge cake which can sometimes dry out when baked in the slow cooker, due to the longer cooking time, this buttermilk cake stays moist and soft. I added coffee extract to enhance the chocolate flavour of the cocoa powder – you can’t taste it but it really brings out the chocolate flavour!

Once you cut into the cake you’ll find your Creme Eggs buried within the cake – so good! It’s an Easter egg hunt in a cake, you can’t get better than that.

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Slow Cooker Creme Egg Chocolate Cake

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Slow Cooker Creme Egg Cake

Slow Cooker Creme Egg Chocolate Cake

A slow cooker cake to enjoy this Easter, with delicious Cadbury Creme Eggs nestled into the cake mixture, which is made with buttermilk
5 from 2 votes
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Course: Baking
Cuisine: Slow Cooker
Keyword: cadbury eggs, creme eggs
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 45 minutes
Servings: 8
Calories: 357kcal
Author: bakingqueen74


For the cake:

  • 100 g butter softened
  • 125 g golden caster sugar
  • 2 medium eggs
  • 120 g self-raising flour
  • 30 g cocoa powder
  • 80 ml buttermilk
  • 1 tsp coffee extract
  • Creme Eggs (normal and mini) I used 2 normal ones and 2 mini ones)

For the icing:

  • 25 g sunflower spread or butter
  • 50 g Icing sugar approx
  • 3-4 tsp cocoa powder
  • Splash of milk
  • 1 Creme Egg to top the cake


  • Cream together the butter and sugar until soft and fluffy.
  • Add the eggs one by one and mix well.
  • In a separate small bowl, mix together the flour and cocoa powder.
  • Add about a third of the flour and cocoa powder and mix, then add a third of the buttermilk.
  • Continue adding the flour and cocoa powder and buttermilk alternately until it is all used up.
  • Add the coffee extract and combine.
  • Prepare your slow cooker. I made this in a round 3.5 litre slow cooker, to produce a round cake. If you are using a different size or shape slow cooker you'll get different results and most likely a less deep cake.
  • Spray the slow cooker pot with cake release spray to prevent the cake sticking if it comes out of the cake case.
  • Place two large cake cases in the slow cooker pot. These fit well in a round 3.5 litre slow cooker. If you are using a large slow cooker you could put the cake cases in a metal or silicone cake tin.
  • Spoon the cake mixture into the case. Press the Creme Eggs into the cake mixture.
  • Place a tea towel under the lid (this prevents moisture from dripping onto the cakand cook on high for approx 1.5 hours or until a cake tester or skewer comes out clean. Keep an eye on it as the time taken really depends on your slow cooker, and do watch out for burning.
  • Once done, remove the slow cooker pot from the slow cooker using oven gloves. Wait a few minutes for the pot to cool down, then use the edges of the cake case to remove the cake from the pot. Place it on a cooling rack to cool fully.
  • In the meantime, combine the sunflower spread or soft butter with the icing sugar, cocoa powder and a splash of milk to make your icing.
  • Once the cake is cool, spread the icing over the top of it. Cut a Creme Egg into pieces and place it on top of the cake.
  • Serve and enjoy!
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Wow never knew a cake could be made in slow cooker- what one do you use?


Dumb question from an American who uses slightly different terms – is a cake case like a cake pan?

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Wow! I bet that was popular in your house! Thanks for joining in with #BAKEoftheWEEK !

Oh goodness me, this looks good. Your talents with a slow cooker show no signs of slowing down! I am devastated we are nearing the end of Creme Egg season (although my jeans are not!) Thanks once again for joining in with #Bakeoftheweek

I really really really want to eat this – looks delicious

As an American from the Deep South I am a fan of buttermilk cakes and this look spectacular. I;m not a fan of creme eggs but I can imagine Galaxy eggs would work well too. Just not as gooey! Lovely work, Lucy. And well done on the Waitrose Instagram takeover too! 🙂

WOW – I do love your slow cooker recipes. Like Elizabeth I’ve pinned and must give this a go.

Oh my gosh this looks SO GOOD! Have pinned to try later 🙂


I never knew you could bake cakes in a slow cooker! I go through phases of using my slow cooker all the time, then lettng it collect dust again. This cake looks utterly scrummy, and just the incentive I need to get my slow cooker out from the bottom of my kitchen cupboards again! Tx

Oh, that looks amazing!! And it is made in slow cooker… I really need to give it a go sometime.