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Peeps Marshmallow Fluff Dip
Love Peeps? Then you'll love this list of easy Easter Peeps desserts, made with everyone's favorite marshmallow chicks and bunnies!
Eating Peeps plain is SO last century. Why settle for just eating your a regular Peep, when you can transform them into fun and creative Easter recipes? These recipes will give you an excuse to run to the store to stock up on Peeps, and if you find yourself with a surplus after Easter is over, put those leftovers to good use!
First up: this creamy, dreamy... dessert dip! Peeps Marshmallow Fluff Dip is made by melting actual Peeps, and then combining them with cream cheese and powdered sugar. Eat them with vanilla wafers, graham crackers, or fresh fruit!Continue to 2 of 11 below.
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How can you improve on marshmallow Peeps? By adding chocolate, of course! These Chocolate-Dipped Peeps are adorable and so easy to make. Whip them up for a quick Easter treat or make them with little ones to give as gifts!Continue to 3 of 11 below.
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Even if you think you don't like Peeps, these Peeps S'mores will make you a believer!
The standard Peeps are utterly transformed in this simple recipe. They change from soft, springy marshmallows without much flavor, to crunchy candies with a caramelized sugar taste on the outside and a wonderfully gooey texture on the inside! When paired with graham crackers and dark chocolate, they're the most delicious Easter recipe you'll try this year.Continue to 4 of 11 below.
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Easter Peeps S'mores Dip
Who would have guessed such an easy dessert could taste so good?! This recipe has just THREE ingredients: two kinds of chocolate, and cute bunny Peeps. But when those 3 things are layered together in a skillet and baked, magic happens! Serve this ooey gooey dip with graham crackers and strawberries for maximum deliciousness.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Peeps Surprise S'mores Cupcakes
These mouthwatering cupcakes have it all: a graham cracker base, a rich chocolate cupcake, a multicolored frosting made with real Peeps melted right in, and best of all, a cute little Peep perched right on top. Serious s'mores lovers will go crazy for this one!Continue to 6 of 11 below.
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Tuxedo Bunny Peeps
Give those bunny Peeps a fancy makeover this year! By dipping your marshmallow bunnies in a few coatings of chocolate, you can give them quick and easy chocolate tuxedos, which makes them approximately 354% more adorable. You can also stick them on skewers to make Tuxedo Bunny Peeps Pops!Continue to 7 of 11 below.
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Homemade Marshmallow Peeps
These homemade Marshmallow Peeps retain the charming shape of the original, but these soft, fresh vanilla-scented marshmallows taste MUCH better. They're plush, light, fluffy, and perfect on their own or when toasted into s'mores!Continue to 8 of 11 below.
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Easter Bird Nests
These playful nests, topped with candy eggs and marshmallow Peeps, are a fun recipe for kids to help with! If you don’t want to use chow mein noodles to make the nests, you can substitute an equal amount of cereal (fiber twigs, cornflakes, and crisped rice all work well.)Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Peeps Bunny Easter Pretzel Treats
If you love sweet & salty flavors, then these Peeps Bunny Easter Pretzel Treats are for you! Bonus: they're also fast and easy to make! Coat crunchy pretzel rods with white chocolate and sprinkles, then finish them off with a cute little Peep. These make great party favors and snacks, too!Continue to 11 of 11 below.
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Springtime Lemon Peep Brownies
Peeps can sometimes taste cloyingly sweet, so in this recipe they're paired with tart lemon blondies to balance them out. The cheery yellow color just screams "springtime dessert," and the sweet/tart flavor will have you going back for seconds...and thirds.