Peeps S’mores

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Add a little fun to your s’mores and make them with Peeps! No campfire needed.

PEEPS S'mores - does it get any easier?! Perfect spring treat!

I had a little fun with PEEPS this weekend. I cannot get enough of those sugary little marshmallow blobs.  So colorfulso sparklyso sugary!

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.

Peeps S'mores

These s’mores are so mindnumbingly easy to throw together. Grab some graham crackers. Sandwich some chocolate and a peep in them. Microwave for 20 seconds. Smoosh down.  Boom!  Peeps s’mores. 🙂

While I was throwing these together, I remembered another peep recipe I recently stumbled upon over at Love From the Oven: chocolate dipped easter peeps.  Christi is a peeps master!

Chocolate Covered PeepsThese treats are probably even easier than the peeps s’mores. Dip peeps into melted chocolate. Sprinkle on some sprinkles. Allow to cool. Eat until your heart’s content.

I shouldn’t even call these peeps goodies “recipes” since they are SO easy to throw together.

They are perfect last minute Easter treats!

Add a little fun to your s'mores and make them with Peeps! No campfire needed.

 

Peeps S'mores

Add a little fun to your s'mores and make them with Peeps! No campfire needed.

Ingredients:

  • Graham cracker sheets
  • Chocolate chips (or use a Hershey's bar)
  • Peeps

Directions:

  1. Break graham cracker sheet in half. Set one half aside.
  2. Sprinkle other half with chocolate chips (or a couple small pieces of a Hershey's bar).  Top the chocolate with a peep.
  3. Microwave for about 20 seconds (the peep will begin to puff up). Remove from microwave and top with the reserved graham cracker half.  Squish down.  Enjoy!

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Guess what? The Chocolate Covered Peeps are so easy to make!

Grab 18 Peeps, some melting white chocolate, and sprinkles.  Dip the Peeps into the chocolate and cover with sprinkles. Allow to set and enjoy.  *Be sure that you use melting chocolate for these.  If you use chocolate chips, be sure to add 1 tsp of shortening per cup of chocolate chips. I always use Bakers Chocolate Bars (found in the baking aisle) for melting chocolate.

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  1. I wish i could celebrate Easter the way you do.. just as a chance to have such amazing treats
    awesome work..
    love it<3 keep up:D

  2. Hi, I live in France and I would like to know what could I use as a substitute of the graham crackers since I can’t find them here? Thanks

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