While the official Marshmallow Peeps website doesn’t endorse destruction of the brightly colored candies (do a YouTube search for Peeps to see what I mean), they do include plenty of fun recipes to get creative with your Easter bon-bons.
Images in the gallery are recipes of Peep creations like PEEPSicles, PEEPS Drizzle Pops, PEEPS Bunny Dips, PEEPS Cupcakes, Inside-Out Marshmallow Cookies, Egg in Nest, Fondue, PEEPS Party Dippers, Mini Spring Treat Basket and Flowerpot Topiary.
What do you do with your marshmallow Peeps? Do you like to blow up Peeps in the microwave? Do you rip off their heads and play with their gooiness, or do you leave your Peeps out for a few days so they get hard and crusty before devouring them?
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Marshmallow Peep Recipes That Don't Involve Microwaves
- By: BiancaApr 2, 2009