Marshamallow Peeps: 4 Fun RecipesElizabeth Stark
Food-wise, Easter falls into two main categories- first, a big family meal and second, a bunch of candy in an Easter basket, especially Marshmallow Peeps. This year, why not combine the two by taking Peeps out of the Easter basket and into the kitchen. What’s that? You don’t have any recipes that use Marshmallow peeps? Lucky for you, the Family Kitchen has you covered. Here are five fun Peeps recipes you can make at home.
Peeps in a Nest
These peeps in chocolate nests have the advantage of being both delicious and adorable, meaning they meet the two main criteria for marshmallow-related fun. They’re also really easy to make.
If your Easter meal is a formal affair, then you will want to dress your Peeps up a little. These tuxedo peeps are just the thing. Technically, no one should wear a tuxedo during the day, but if you make an exception and have these during the afternoon, we won’t tell.
Chocolate-Dipped Peeps on a Stick
They’re dipped in chocolate so they are delicious. They’re on s tick so they’re not too messy. What else do you need to know?
If you want a treat that’s equal parts delicious and disturbing- try these melty, gooey Peeps s’mores. Sure the Peeps won’t be as pretty, but they will be tasty.
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