For The Love of Peeps

Mar 21, 2012

Ahhh, it’s spring­time which means flow­ers bloom­ing, birds tweet­ing, the leaves on trees are a beau­ti­ful spring green AND the shelves in Tar­get, Wal­green’s and Tom Thumb are FILLED with PEEPS! I love Peeps fresh from the pack­age, dried out and a bit chewy or warmed in the microwave does not mat­ter how they are giv­en to me I will eat them. I do find it strange though that I pre­fer the yel­low chicks and pink bun­nies over the oth­er col­ors. The taste is the same but for some rea­son the yel­low chicks and pink bun­nies are more appeal­ing to me. Maybe it’s because I always got yel­low chicks and pink bun­ny Peeps as a child every East­er.

Since I’m addict­ed to Pin­ter­est, I did a lit­tle search for “Peeps” and look at all the won­der­ful things I found to make using “Peeps”. I plan on mak­ing sev­er­al of these cute edi­bles.

These “Peeps Cup­cakes” will be too cute sit­ting among my “Bird Nest Cup­cakes”.

These “Peeps Pops” look fun to make.

This “Peeps Lemon Curd Cakes” looks YUMMY!

These “Peeps In A Nest” are real­ly sim­ple to make.

And how fun would these “Peeps S’Mores” be to hand out to your neigh­bors.

“Peeps On A Stick” now this is about as sim­ple as it gets.

This “Peeps Sun­flower Cake” looks real­ly fun to make.

And I would PASS OUT if I received this box of “Choco­late Cov­ered Peeps”.

This “East­er Cen­ter­piece” is adorable but all I can think about is get­ting caught sneak­ing out a peep or two.

Ok, I’ve chat­ted your ear off enough about my love for “Peeps” but seri­ous­ly, how can these not make your taste buds hap­py and bring a smile to your face?

Sweet­est Hugs!

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