10 Adorable Crafts & Treats Starring PEEPS
Who knew that sugar-coated chicks and bunnies could be so versatile.
March 25, 2021
Add a pop of pastel to your door with this
spring wreath. The Tried & True
blog has the scoop on how to make this festive beauty using styrofoam, toothpicks, and PEEPS. Spraying it down with sealant will keep ants away.
In this case, do play with your food. This rescue game uses cardboard, tape, and string to trap the PEEPs, and it will be your kid’s job to free the cute critters without breaking them.
Make a sweet and edible roosting place for your PEEPS thanks to this
bird nest tutorial from Lifestyle With Leah
. Use store-bought pastry shells (as suggested) or hollow out vanilla cupcakes for the nest.
Put the “cute” in
charcuterie with this Easter sweets spread
. Jellybeans, pastel M&Ms, colored eggs, fresh tulips, PEEPS, and frosted animal crackers bring this board to life.
Why settle for a box of PEEPS when you can have a village full of them? It looks elaborate, but this
Easter village by Studio DIY
really only requires
, faux flowers, wooden cubes, and hot glue, plus the candy.
Put a twist on a campfire favorite by making
s’mores with PEEPS
instead of classic white marshmallows. The colorful gooey center with its sugary crust tastes yummy melted with the chocolate and the graham cracker.
Kids will have fun
dipping PEEPS in bright paint
and stamping them on white paper. Just remember to reserve some marshmallow treats for eating.
PEEPS for a spin in this car
made from Twinkies, marshmallows, pretzels. These are super fun to make. If your kid is a vehicle-lover they’ll be honking “peep peep” in no time.
You can have a Pinterest worthy dessert in less than five minutes. The
in the picture is actually store-bought; it’s just jazzed up with a PEEP bunny head and some sprinkles.
strawberry lemonade cake
is finished with marshmallow bunnies, white chocolate strawberry bark, and sprinkles. It’s almost too cute to eat. Almost.