I tried Subway’s limited edition Cadbury Creme Egg sub – review

On Good Friday and Good Friday only, some lucky Subway customers had the chance to try the SubMelt made with Cadbury Creme Egg. I was pretty skeptical at first but really impressed by the tasty treat once I’d tried it.

Subway and Cadbury partnered together to create the ultimate limited-edition Easter sandwich, the SubMelt made with Cadbury Creme Egg.

A spokesperson for Subway told me: “The SubMelt made with Cadbury Creme Egg is golden toasted on the outside and deliciously gooey on the inside.

“Sandwich Artists at Subway perfected, pressed and toasted the Sub that oozes delicious, melted milk chocolate and soft fondant.”

Only 500 of these special sandwiches were made in the UK, served today – to lucky Subway goers on a first come, first served basis. The lucky 500 even got their subs for free.

The four Subway locations offering the SubMelt made with Cadbury Creme Egg were London, Subway, 109 Tottenham Court Road, W1T 5AD, Liverpool, Subway, Unit 3, Ranelagh Street, Central Shopping Centre, L1 1QT, Swansea, Subway, 117-129 Peniel Green Road, Llansamlet Service Station, SA7 9BA and Glasgow, Subway, 293 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3HQ.

I popped down to Subway on Tottenham Court Road yesterday to be one of the very first – and only – people to try it.

Obviously the combination of chocolate and bread is not a new one, with brioche and pain au chocolat both being incredibly popular snacks.

However, the idea of multiple Cadbury Creme Eggs smooshed and melted into Subway’s Italian bread felt a little too sickly for me.

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When I got to Subway, one of the very kind workers walked me through the process as he cutting two Creme Eggs in half and placing all four halves on a six-inch Italian sub.

Then the chocolate sandwich concoction was toasted for around 30 seconds and served to me in a cute little pouch.

I bit into the hot sandwich tentatively but found that I absolutely loved it upon first bite.

It was extremely gooey and decadent, and more or less tasted like the Nutella toasties I used to make when I was younger.

I really enjoyed the combination of hot, melted chocolate with crunchy bread.

Subway certainly was not lying when they described the new sub as “golden toasted on the outside and deliciously gooey on the inside”.

However, because it was so rich in taste, I only managed to eat around three-quarters of the sandwich.

If Subway brought it back permanently, it would ideally be a little smaller, perhaps four inches rather than six as it was a lot to eat.

I probably wouldn’t eat it as a dessert in addition to a savoury sub, but I might go for it as a sweet treat breakfast.

While I was a big fan of the SubMelt made with Cadbury Creme Egg, not everyone on social media could get their heads around it.

When the news of the concoction was posted on LadBible, Instagram user @amylloydbrown commented: “April Fool’s Day has passed already!” @flashframe_uk added: “Get out, this is too far.” @seanbroady lamented: “NOOOO, GOD! NO, GOD, PLEASE, NO, NO, NO, NOOOO.”

However some users were excited about the new chocolatey concoction, with @iamlazoe stating, “I’d eat it! It’s like bread and Nutella but better.”

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