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Creative Uses for Easter Peeps

By Stacie Haight Connerty |

For as long as I can remember, my dad has loved Peeps.

He loves the yellow ones. He loves the blue ones. He loves the green ones. He loves the pink ones. He loves the purple. He is a Peeps connoisseur. The guy has never met a Peep he doesn’t like. My children and husband share this same love of Peeps.

As a result, I buy a lot of Peeps before and after every holiday. I am also always searching for cute things to do with Peeps since I do get some really great deals.

When searching the Internet, I found a ton of great ideas on things that you can with those leftover Peeps. My kids and I plan on making several of these this weekend.

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Fun with Peeps

Peeps Lemon Meringue Nests

A little marshmallow with my meringue sounds delicious.
Source: Peeps



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About Stacie Haight Connerty


Stacie Haight Connerty

Stacie Haight Connerty is a mother of three and lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband. She is a nationally published writer/author/editor for a variety of magazines and online publications. On her blog, The Divine Miss Mommy, Stacie writes product reviews and hosts fabulous giveaways. She is a former Babble blogger, having contributed to the Parenting channels of the website.

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