Every Easter, we’re bombarded with images of adorable bunnies and baby chicks, and many of them are just begging to be eaten.
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We’re referring to Peeps, the fluffy pastel candies that pop up in our Easter baskets year after year. But seeing as we can only scarf down so many raw, unadulterated Peeps, we went on the hunt for Easter recipes that incorporate those sweet, delicious marshmallow chicks in innovative and exciting ways. And yes, those recipes actually exist.
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Here’s the eight greatest ways to help Peeps reach their full potential.
(Sally's Baking Addiction)
"As lover of anything and everything s’mores, I knew I had to whip up some sort of marshmallow-y s’more using a Peep," says Sally from Sally's Baking Addiction. For this and other fun Easter recipes, click here.
Peeps Marshmallow Chocolate Chip Cookies
Who wouldn't love a chocolate chip cookie melded with a marshmallow Peep? Traci at Burnt Apple combined two of her favorite sweet treats into this festive cookie recipe, just in time for Easter.
Sure, you could make a frosting to top your Easter cupcakes, or as Toni Spilsbury suggests, you could melt a Peep on top instead. Head over to her blog to see how it's done.
(Life's a Tomato)
Ice Cream With Peep Syrup
Anita and Mike at Life's a Tomato insist that butterscotch and hot fudge can wait, because their pink Peep syrup is the proper topping for Easter "sundaes."
(Baking in the 'Burg)
Peeps Krispie Treats
Substitute Peeps for marshmallows in Rice Krispie treats, and you've got these Peeps Krispy treats from Michelle at Baking in the 'Burg. Check out the recipe to learn her trick for working with multicolored Peeps.