Once you see these marshmallow treats appear, you know spring is near! Here are a few creative Easter Bunny Peeps Desserts to help us use these colorful treats to celebrate the end of the cold, dreary months of winter.
Check out these Easter Desserts below that includes brownies, cakes, pudding and even cake pops, these recipes are sure to bring a smile to your face.
What could make brownies or chocolate pudding taste any better? How about adding a marshmallow bunny on top?
Did you know that Peeps are created from a combination of sugar, gelatin and corn syrup? In fact, they're created at a factory in Bethlehem, PA; which is very close to where I live!
Chocolate Covered Peeps
The first "marshmallow peep" recipe I created was my Chocolate Covered Peeps; and it was so good. I'm not a huge fan of peeps, but once I dipped and covered them in melted chocolate, it changed the taste...for the better!
I can't resist the chewy texture this sweet treat gives to melted chocolate. It really does change the taste of a marshmallow peep by adding the melted chocolate.
Helpful Kitchen Tools
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- In order to keep peeps fresh, store them in a plastric storage container or Ziplock plastic bags.
- Don't over-pack or squish them together because they could stick together.
- If it's warm in your area, you will want to store them someplace cool so they don't melt.
- You can store them in the refrigerator or even freeze them.
- Stored on the shelf in your pantry, they can last for 2 years; although I doubt they'll last that long.
Peeps are made from a mixture of sugar, gelatin and corn syrup. They're found in the shapes of bunnies and chicks.
Marshmallow peeps will last for 2 years.
Tried any of my recipes? Let me know in the comments!