Farmhouse Inns has decided to make it an eggcellent Easter by making a special version of a Yorkshire pudding - a dessert filled with Cadbury's creme eggs.

The Greene King managed house is launching the unusual dessert at the Half Penny Farm site, Oldbury, West Midlands, but is asking customers to vote for its inclusion in their local Farmhouse Inn.

The pudding features two chocolate sponge cakes, sandwiched between white and orange fondant - similar to the filling found in creme eggs – and is then decorated with Cadbury's creme eggs. The entire cake is then encased in a giant Yorkshire pudding.

The pub decided to make the dessert following the popularity of giant Yorkshire puddings on its carvery menu.

Mark Tennant, general manager of the Half Penny Farm, said: "Easter is the perfect time to gather the family and feast together for a delicious homely meal – finished off of course, with chocolate.

"All our cakes at the pub are handmade by our dedicated team so this year we put our cake-a-tier to the test to create something truly egg-stravagant as a special Easter cake, and we've not been disappointed."

Should customers vote for it, the dessert could be rolled out to 65 other Farmhouse Inns sites.

You can vote for it here.