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peep smores recipeA marriage of two of my favorite things.  Peeps and s’mores.  I am not sure I why I had not thought of this creation before.  It was not until I saw the idea floating around the Interwebs, that I realized I had been missing out on something extraordinary.  And extraordinary it is.  They are messy for sure.  See photo above.  But when they cool a bit, and start to harden up, you truly realize how the Peep really does belong in a s’more.  The sugar on the outside of the Peep does something to the overall texture.  Not to mention, the sheer joy of having hot pink and purple peeking out of two graham crackers.  It screams festive.  I am not really about subtle holiday treats.

Have you had the chocolate dipped Peeps yet?  Not the one entirely coated in chocolate, but the one that is sugar coated and just the bottom is dipped?  Usually the Easter candy obsession at this house is the Cadbury Mini Egg, (which I still love and obsess over) but this year we have been all about the Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Peep.  I love Peeps.  But I have to admit, that I am not entirely sure how I feel about a Christmas Peep.  Or even a Valentine’s Day Peep.

Anyway, I want to wish you a Happy Easter.  I hope that the Easter Bunny fills your basket with lots of chocolate and Peeps, of course.

peep smores recipegraham crackers
Hershey’s Milk Chocolate (for s’mores, I am a traditionalist)
Peeps

peeps smores recipeLay out your graham crackers on a foil lined baking sheet.  I like one small piece of chocolate, but if you like more, go crazy.

peeps smores recipePlace a Peep on top.  Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 3 minutes or until the Peep starts to puff out.

peeps smores recipePut another graham cracker on top and smoosh the crackers together.

peeps smores recipeHow cute are these?

peeps smores recipeI told you they are messy.  Be warned.  But so worth it.

Peep S’mores

Ingredients

  • graham crackers
  • Hershey’s Milk Chocolate (for s’mores, I am a traditionalist)
  • Peeps

Instructions

  1. Lay out your graham crackers on a foil lined baking sheet. I like one small piece of chocolate, but if you like more, go crazy.
  2. Place a Peep on top. Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 3 minutes or until the Peep starts to puff out.
  3. Put another graham cracker on top and smoosh the crackers together.
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31 Responses to Peep S’mores

  1. That is the best! My husband is obsessed with Peeps. I don’t even buy them for my kids, I only buy them for him, so we will have to try this. My eight year old just saw this post and she said,” Oh, you have to squish them?” Have a great day-

  2. Casey says:

    Cadbury Mini Eggs are my fave too! glad to to know someone else is equally obsessed.

    can’t wait to try these!

    love, love, love your blog & photos!

  3. I am not sure what’s more adorable…the Peep S’mores or your son eating them! How cute! :)

  4. alison says:

    Reading this I just realized my kids have never even had Peeps. Please don’t judge. I really am a good mother. ;) I know they would love this though…chocolate, marshmallow, graham crackers. All their favortie things. Happy Easter Bree!

  5. Shannon says:

    Ah! I love this idea. I saw these floating around this week and told my hub about him and he was totally creeped out. I could care less! I’m adopting these as our new Easter tradition! :)

  6. Michelle says:

    yum! my boyfriend is obsessed with peep s’mores :) I am with you though-Peeps in my mind are only for Easter! I remember overdosing on them one Easter when my parents were out of town and I haven’t eaten on since. I would probably be wiling to eat one s’mores style though. Maybe Monday when they’re marked down for clearance! Happy Easter.

  7. Linda says:

    We tried the peep smores tonight using our firepit. they are the best.

  8. Hannah says:

    Has anyone ever told you how cute your kids are? If not, I am telling you now!

  9. I love Peeps but have never thought to try them in a smore! Definitely going to try this soon. Thanks for the “recipe” idea!

  10. Danni says:

    Peeps smores?! Just when you thought they couldn’t get any unhealthier ;)

    The photos on your blog are gorgeous! I’m a fellow Camp Blogaway camper. I figured I’d calm my nerves by saying hello to everyone online before this weekend, though it just seems to be getting me more excited (hence the 1:30am comment!) I’m looking forward to meeting you!

    ~Danni with LambAround

  11. Linds says:

    I nearly jumped out of my seat I was so excited to see a Peep s’more combo! This sounds like heaven to me–I can’t wait to test them out. I just received a package of Peeps in the mail and now I know exactly what to do with them. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Love it!!! Now … why didn’t I think of that?? I just made my own chocolate-dipped Peeps (after a failed attempt at Peeps brownies).

  13. Carolyn says:

    Try the same thing but with Peanut Butter Cups instead of chocolate squares. Be WARNED – Very Very Very rich!!!!

  14. John says:

    Those looks great…! Here’s how we have been making them in Texas this very hot summer:

  15. Madonna says:

    Oh, so that’s how you make a Peep S’more! The last time I tried making a Peep s’more, I placed it under the broiler and it burned. I was trying to make the peep golden brown, but it didn’t work. Thanks for your tips!

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