Mini Monets and Mommies: Sweet Easter Peep Recipes

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Sweet Easter Peep Recipes

Easter Peeps. Who doesn’t absolutely adore the gooey marshmallow treats bathed in a colorful sugar coat? Ok, so there are probably plenty of you who can’t stomach the super-sweet treats. But, if you share my love for the chicks and bunnies (or, more likely, your child does) let’s take a look at a few fun recipes.

Peeps Recipes
I use the word ‘recipes’ loosely here. After all, we are talking about Easter Peeps. Recently I made over-stacked s’mores and chocolate crème-filled egg cupcakes with the marshmallow candy. The little treats that I’m about to outline couldn’t be easier not to bake. Your preschooler or young child can create these sprinkle-dipped goodies with very little help from you.

The Easiest Easter Treats

Here’s What You’ll Need:

·        Peeps

·        Frosting

·        Sprinkles

Here’s What to Do:

1.     Spread the frosting onto the sides and back of the chick where the wings and tail go (you’re making frosting feathers).

Kids' recipe
2.     Add sprinkles!

Sprinkle recipes
Cute Cars

Here’s What You’ll Need:

·        Peeps

·        Sprinkles

·        Jelly beans

·        Frosting

Here’s What to Do:

1.     Cover the entire chick with frosting. Now it looks a bit like a VW Bug!

2.     Add sprinkles over the entire Peep.

3.     Press two jelly beans on each side as wheels and one on the front as the windshield.
Holiday Treats
 

Umbrellas

Here’s What You’ll Need:

·        Peeps

·        Sprinkles

·        A cupcake liner

·        A plastic straw

·        Frosting

Here’s What to Do:

1.     Frost the Peep.

2.     Cover it with sprinkles.

3.     Press the straw through the bottom of the Peep.

Holiday Treats
 
4.     Push the bottom of the straw through the center of the cupcake liner.

5.     Move the cupcake liner all the way up to the top.

Easter Activity
 
Are you looking for more Easter desserts? Follow my Pinterest board for ideas!

 
Follow Mini Monets and Mommies's board Great Desserts on Pinterest.

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