These irresistible Easter Peeps recipes are a fun and colorful collection of treats that are perfect for spring like Easter Peeps cupcakes, Peeps s’mores and Peeps brownies!
Peeps are a ubiquitous Easter treat. While they’re fun to eat on their own, they’re even more fun to turn into creative desserts to delight your friends and family.
Peeps are kind of a fun treat, aren’t they? I have known people to either really love them or hate them, there isn’t really an in-between. If you are a lover of these marshmallow treats, you will be over the moon with these Easter Peeps recipes. Beautifully and uniquely put together, there is a recipe for everyone.
From simple desserts, your kids can make with you to the more artistic and detailed offerings, you would not believe what can be done with Peeps. There are even recipes for adult gatherings including jello shots! Use these marshmallow chicks and bunnies as decoration, or melt them down to create a number of different treats.
If you love these adorable and colorful candies, you’ll love this comprehensive list of Peeps recipes! For more great Easter entertaining ideas, be sure to look at my list of 20 Easter Recipes and 30 Easter Dessert Recipes.
If you’ve ever wondered how delicious fudgy, rich brownies are with puffy, sugary marshmallows, you don’t need to wonder anymore! These are the best of both worlds, coated in creamy white chocolate and sprinkles.
Try these incredible recipes made with Peeps to surprise and delight your friends and family. The only thing more fun than eating Easter candy is cooking with Easter candy! You simply can’t go wrong with these treats, whether you’re serving a formal holiday meal, hosting an egg hunt, or simply celebrating the spring season.
I LOVE Peeps!! I will def be making some of these recipes soon! Thanks for the roundup!!
Wow, Peep heaven here! I like them best when they are stale and chewy! I’m adding these cute ideas to my holiday meal!
I have always loved using peeps. It is the one time of year where these recipes work well!
I don’t love the taste of peeps but there is nothing cuter! These are all such darling recipes!
Thanks for this Peeps round up! I JUST bought some pancakes and syrup Peeps earlier this week. Haven’t tried them yet but I can hardly wait to try them.
I love how bright and fun these all are! We love peeps, but just not too many at one time! I need to look through these all and find some recipes to make with them!
How colorful and festive. I can’t seem to choose which one to make first. My children are grown but they never outgrew their eagerness to have some Peeps especially during Easter.
I avoid sugary treats but they all look great! I am sure any child would love any of these treats.
I totally may be in the minority here but I’m not a fan of peeps. My youngest loves them and would probably like all of these recipes.
OMG, I love this. For one, I love Peeps and they are so colourful. Thanks for the ideas.
So pretty! I love all of these ideas. I just love my Peeps! I always buy them. I know some people think they are gross, and I think those people are crazy!
I love peeps! They have made some incredible creations for me in the past and certainly in the future
Peeps are so much fun to eat and to decorate with. I love all the bright, spring colors and it wouldn’t be Easter without stocking up on Peeps. I need to try a few of these delicious looking recipes.
I know a few Peeps fans that I’m sure will be all over this post. I’ve never been a fan but I’ve used them in decorations.
Throwing a peep on top of anything makes it all better. They are so colorful and stand out. Kids love them and there are so many great ideas here.
I think this is awesome. Love the different desserts that you can make with peeps. I think the fruit skewers are a great way to balance out all that sugar from the peeps. Nonetheless, these are all lovely desserts to try!
These are all such cute ideas. Peeps are so bright and fun! I am sure that Peeps lovers will love these!
Those treats are all so colorful, perfect for spring and Easter. I remember when there was only one color of Peeops, it’s hard to believe they’ve been around that long.