Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Think PEEPS for Spring & Easter!


With warmer weather on the horizon and longer days filled with sunshine ahead, it's time to officially THINK SPRING! What better way to celebrate that spring has sprung than with PEEPS?  I honestly can't imagine an Easter without PEEPS!  We all have our own personal #peepsonality, and I was thrilled to receive a box of PEEPS to enjoy and share with my family.

I've been browsing Pinterest, other blogs, and the web in general - and can't believe how many PEEPS recipes and craft ideas there are out there.  So many of them I would never have thought of trying or making on my own.

There are Marshmallow PEEPS cakes, PEEPS cupcakes, PEEPS wreaths, chocolate dipped and chocolate covered PEEPS, PEEPS S'mores, and so much more.  The PEEPS-ibilities and virtually endless.


Of course, we all know that there are both chick and bunny PEEPS that come in a rainbow of bright, cheery spring colors.  And new this year, are Peepsters which are absolutely delicious.  Peeps Peepsters are bite-sized  chocolate covered marshmallow flavored creme.  Available in both milk chocolate and dark chocolate varieties.


PEEPS are the perfect companions for all of your Easter celebrations.  Incorporate them into Easter treats and dessert and don't forget to include some in your child's Easter baskets this year, too!  

Trust me, every bunny and little chick will be excited to bite into a brightly colored Peeps treat this Easter!

Do you like Marshmallow PEEPS?

 Disclaimer: The Being Frugal and Making it Work family received a complimentary #Peepsonality free products for the purpose of writing a reviewy.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I would use personally and/or believe will be a good fit for my readers.  The views and opinions expressed on this blog are based purely by our own experiences.  No monetary compensation was received.  Results may vary.

1 comment:

Marsha Cooper said...

oh, those Peepsters were to die for!
I still need to look for them in the store.
The hollow chococate egg was delicious too and the Peeps inside so cute.

I love your cake! We did a diorama with ours.