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Peeps S’Mores

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Like so many others, I am more than happy to eat Peeps – those deliciously sugar-coated, brightly colored holiday marshmallows – raw, especially around Easter when Just Born puts out their traditional yellow chicks and purple bunnies. These days, they put out quite a few more colors, more shapes and more flavors (like the Cocoa Bunnies), as well as offering a sugar-free Peep, but in my book, nothing beats the classics. “Raw” is the usual way to eat Peeps, though the debate over whether fresh Peeps or stale ones are superior can get to be very heated. Since they’re just marshmallows, however, they’re ripe for inclusion in the classic campfire marshmallow treat: s’mores.

My Peeps s’mores were made in the microwave, rather than a campfire, but the sugary, chocolaty goodness was still hard to resist. The only thing to watch out for if you make these yourself is that Peeps tend to blow up in the microwave, so you don’t want to overcook them and have the marshmallow overwhelm the graham cracker. Or get stuck all over the inside of the microwave.

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  • Kalyn
    April 1, 2007

    Woo Hoo. Am I really the first one to leave a comment? Looking great Nic, I can tell you’ve been working hard. Your recipe index is fabulous. Congratulations. I’ll be updating my blogroll this week (I’m on spring break!) and will be sure to get Baking Bites added.

  • Cathy
    April 1, 2007

    Congrats Nic on your new site – it looks fantastic! I’ll bet this tastes great – but there’s something just a wee bit sad about a smooshed peep!

  • Joe
    April 1, 2007

    Excellent re-design! Very clean and it flows well. Did you do this yourself? I wish I had the guts to do something like this myself!

  • Alanna
    April 1, 2007

    Congratulations, Nic! The new site looks fabulous and I just love ๐Ÿ˜‰ the new name, too! It’s perfect for the consummate baker!

  • Monette
    April 1, 2007

    It’s 2am here in Manila and I just had to check if my favorite site had a new post. I’m so glad you’re back. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Christina
    April 1, 2007

    Sounds very tasty. To me, the Peeps take on a creme brulee taste (of sorts) because of the sugar coating, making for a delicious s’more! Did you make your own graham crackers?

  • Maggi
    April 1, 2007

    Hey! Nice!

    There’s more stuff here too! More posts than Bakingsheet had. Or at least it seems that way…

  • Monkey Wrangler
    April 1, 2007

    Wow Nicole! I can’t think of a better use for those old mashed peeps this time of year. I’ve always had a bizarre joy of biting their little heads off first (I suspect some others do too, but won’t admit it) so giving them a wee hot chocolate and cracker pressing might replace the morbid need to decapitate. Thanks for the idea! And nice new digs, I’m goin’ bookmarkin’. Chow!

  • Leah
    April 1, 2007

    Nic, the new site looks great! And it’s nice to know there’s another Peep lover out there in blog baking/cooking land…

  • Kate
    April 1, 2007

    These Peep s’mores make me giggle – I just keep picturing the little smooshed chick in there, looking like a brick fell on his head. “Oof…”

    Your new digs look great!

  • Laurie
    April 1, 2007

    Love the new site! And Peep S’Mores who would have thought? My daughter is a big peep fan, I will have to let her see this recipe!

  • Nicole
    April 1, 2007

    You guys are – to grossly understate things – fantastic. I’m glad that you’re all digging the site. And, of course, the Peep s’mores!

  • Anne
    April 2, 2007

    Your new site is really awesome ๐Ÿ™‚

  • peabody
    April 2, 2007

    Oh no…the poor Peep!

  • lori
    April 2, 2007

    Hi Nic,
    Congratulations on the new site. Having just moved to my own dotcom myself, I know how difficult the process can be. But seeing it up here alive and kicking is its own reward. ๐Ÿ™‚ All the best!

  • gilly
    April 2, 2007

    Hi Nicole – congrats on the new site and new domain – I look forward to following along at bakingbites!

  • s'kat
    April 4, 2007

    It really looks nice over here! You (or whomever) did an excellent job. I’ll update my RSS so I can keep tuned in!

  • cybele
    April 5, 2007

    We tried the cocoa peeps in the toaster oven, it worked out pretty well! (Well, my suggestion is to put the chocolate on after removing it from the toaster oven, letting the ambient heat of the peep melt it … but live and learn!)

  • Merry Strong
    April 16, 2007

    I’m going to try these… along with ‘Smores on a Stick’.


  • cathy
    June 14, 2007

    thank god! i have a package of purple bunny peeps sitting on the fridge, waiting for the summer camping trip. good to know that there are other likeminded s’morers out there.

  • Peep Lover
    November 12, 2007

    Those are SO COOL!!! My friends and I are SO going to make those!

  • Rebecca RootsAndWingsCo
    April 1, 2009

    I love smores (we make them year round in our backyard fire pit!). I love the idea of peeps smores. We just posted a recipe for peeps smores that you bake in the oven.
    I’d love to see what you think of it!

  • Savor
    April 17, 2009

    I recently has a PEEP contest and someone made ‘smeep’s’ which remind me of your reipce. come on by

  • Kim
    May 6, 2009

    WOW! This sounds soooooooooooooooo good.

  • Coafuri mirese
    September 15, 2009

    I made these yesterday and they were absolutely delicious! My nieces loved. Thanks for the great recipe.

  • Bible lessons for kids
    September 15, 2009

    Love the new site! And Peep Sโ€™Mores who would have thought? My daughter is a big peep fan, I will have to let her see this recipe

  • Electric hair rollers
    March 2, 2010

    Very clean and it flows well. Did you do this yourself? I wish I had the guts to do something like this myself!

  • Life in Asia
    March 3, 2010

    To me, the Peeps take on a creme brulee taste (of sorts) because of the sugar coating, making for a delicious sโ€™more! Did you make your own graham crackers?

  • Rondo Guitar
    April 29, 2010

    Great looking peeps smores to eat…

  • Sweet sixteen cakes
    May 11, 2010

    Thank you I always wanted to write in my site something like that. Can I take part of your post to my blog.

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