Musings: What the Peep?
I was reading the Prime Parents’ Club Facebook wall the other day and stumbled upon a question about leftover Easter candy and creative ways to use it. Neat, huh?
Fondue and “stuffing it in a drawer until it’s forgotten,” were the two answers. Heh.
Both techniques may work well for chocolate, or even hard candy. Jelly beans? They never go bad!
But, what about Peeps? Here’s the package from my daughter’s basket:
Stale chicken-shaped globs of odd tasting sugar – these are of no use to me. How in the world would one creatively use these leftover chicks….
I suppose the bigger questions should be, if my kids don’t like them, why in the world would I continue to buy them?
Last Updated on April 28, 2011 by Liza Hawkins
I saw something in a blog the other day about someone using peeps as marshmallows in s’mores. 🙂
I did too! She also has some really cute ideas for decorating them. Enjoy! http://www.yourhomebasedmom.com/chocolate-covered-peep-bouquet-and-peep-smores/
Ah, I remember where I found it: http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2011/04/web-deliciousness-easter-treats/
Pretty much the same as the one the other Heather found. 😉
So, Heather & Heather, then the question becomes…how motivated am I? LOL! Thanks!
You should diorama with them, of course!