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Pretty Peeps Projects


For Peeps Sake, Who Doesn't Love Peeps

They are soft, colorful and adorable. Everyone loves peeps and now they are available in a rainbow of colors. Remember the days when peeps were only yellow. Now choose from pink, blue, green, purple and yellow. They are not just for stuffing your Easter Baskets. Peeps are great for crafts and cooking.

Enjoy the many ideas for decorating your holiday table this year with Peep Projects everyone will love.

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Pistachio Pudding Peeps Pie - Rainbow Easter Chicks


We love Pistachio Pudding so to create this Peeps Pie I used two boxes of instant Pistachio pudding and one box of vanilla pudding. Using a premade Graham cracker pie crust I layered the pudding into the pie tin and let it set. After about an hour arrange the peeps according to the colors of the rainbow and add a decorative center piece peeps. This pie is so easy yet packs a huge color punch on the table when displayed.

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Jim Shore 7th Annual Easter Basket Honey Bunny Eggs Figurine

This beautiful basket is made from stone resin and measures 7" H x 5.75 " W x 5.75 " Long

Perching Peeps On A Poached Platform

Jim Shore has been crafting Enesco Figurines for 50 years. They are hand crafted and this peep perching on an Easter egg makes a wonderful gift globally recognized for it's quality.

Easter Bunny Serving Platter By Collections Etc

A Pothecary Peeps - Hot Chocolate Jars


Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows and a chocolate spoon. Makes great inexpensive gifts. Recycle old sauce jars though the year and you will reep the benifit when you create these lovely jars. Watch your friends and family get excited as you hand them these sweet treats.

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Supplies Needed For The APothecary Jars

Fill the jar with hot chocolate and add peeps to the top. Seal shut.

Spray paint the top green and add flowers with a glue gun

Add decorative ribbon and bunnies

For an added touch place a chocolate dipping spoon across the front of the jar.

Melt chocolate bark for 1 minute in the microwave. This is for one square of bark

Swirl a plastic spoon in the melted chocolate and add sprinkles

Cool until hardened. I used a glue gun to add the spoon on. You can cover the spoon with plastic chocolate lollypop wraps.

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10 Ways to Kill Marshmallow Peeps (Microwave Included!)

Tulip Basket Deviled Egg Holder By Collections Etc

Deviled eggs are delicious and so easy to make. Boil a dozen eggs hard and split the long way. Scoop out the yolk and mix with mayonnaise. Spice to taste using salt, pepper, celery salt, and paprika. Very special on Easter or any other time of year.

For a real surprise. Soak the boiled egg halves in water and food coloring and serve a real Deviled Easter Egg,

Partying Peeps People Posing Pretty

It's fun to wear Halloween costumes and even more fun to show up to Easter in a Peeps Costume. Your family will never forget it. Wear it at the beginning of your Easter Egg hunt and your children will forget about the Bunny. Then at Halloween, you have your costume all ready.

Peeps Pendants

If you or someone you love is a Peeps Person there is nothing better than a Peeps Pendant to show your Peeping Pride.

Pretzels And Peeps


Melt 2 squares of bark chocolate in the microwave for 2 minutes or until the chocolate is liquid. Pour in small pretzel sticks and mix until the pretzels are covered. Let them stand 10 minutes to get cool and sticky.

Arrange the pretzels into the shape of a nest on a piece of wax paper and let harden 20 minutes. Add your peeps. For variety you can add a small chocolate egg or some jellybeans.

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Peeps Pond


Blueberry Jello makes a great back drop to a bunch of baby Peeps swimming in a pond. Add some small chocolate covered pretzels and a few gummy goldfish for details.

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Preparing The Peeps Pond Properly


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Guestbook Comments

Kay on April 02, 2013:

That 'How to Kill Peeps' video is funny. Still, I could only watch a couple of them. While I'm not a peep person, it was still too painful LOL Happy belated Easter!!!

Lori Green (author) from Las Vegas on March 09, 2013:

@anonymous: Your too young to have Grandkids Susan!

anonymous on March 09, 2013:

I look forward to Easter each year, and Peeps are always a part of the celebration.

You gave me some fun ideas to make some treats for the grandkids. - God Bless!

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