We love Peeps, and it is fun to figure out different ways to use them. We also love to go camping and cook s’mores over the fire, so we decided to make some Easter Peep S’mores at home.
These are so easy to make, and we use the microwave instead of a campfire.
~ Graham Crackers
Assemble your ingredients. For this, I used two graham cracker squares, and 2-3 pieces of Hershey’s chocolates.
Now, microwave your Peep. You can either place it on a non-stick surface, or on your bottom graham cracker.
Microwave for about 20 seconds and **watch your Peep**! **Microwaves and times differ, so watch for the Peep to puff up.
When the Peep is done, assemble your s’more, and enjoy!
Wow, I haven’t had a Peep in forever. I think putting them on a s’more might be the best way to eat them.
Of this is so fun and just perfect for Easter weekend! I am gong to make these with my kids…what a fabulous and fun idea and love the added sugar the the peeps provide 🙂
I don’t think I’ve ever had a Peep! These look like the perfect Easter treat though.
Even though I know a peep is a marshmallow, it never occurred to me to make smores with them! This is genius! Also thanks for the tips for microwave info, because it has never worked for me lol.
Such a fun and simple treat for Easter to keep things festive for the family. Love this idea!
What a fun way to make s’mores! I love s’mores, they are my favorite! I have tried making them with other flavors of marshmallows before, but never Peeps! I can’t wait to make these Easter themed s’mores with my littles! Thank you so much for sharing.
so i’m weird I guess, I hate peeps. HATE THEM. But to be fair, never even thought to make smores!
Oh my these smores look so yummy ! i be trying your recipie using left over chocolate from Easter , i serioesly cannot wait x
Oh I loooove smores!!! Who doesn’t actually! I will try your recipe for sure, looks so delicious and cute lol…
This is such a great idea! My kids love s’more and Peeps. This will be fun to make with them.
If this was about eating peeps and nothing else, I would say forget it. But smores? That’s another issue entirely, as I love this classic treat!
Oh, how fun. This recipe looks like one that our little ones would love to join in with. I’m sure they’d want to eat it too!
Oh how cute! 😀
To be honest, I have never even tried a smore… it’s not a thing here in Sweden, but maybe I should try to make it a thing with my family and friends 🙂
It is wonderful to start preparing and breathing the magic and flavors of Easter already!
Well, that’s a new take on S’Mores. I really love this idea. I’ll have to try it.
I lov this idea so much! We get Peeps for the kids every year, and I can’t wait to do this with them.
Those s’mores look really good. Will try some with the kids.
I used to eat Peeps every Easter since they were always in my Easter basket. I never considered using them in a S’more — and this provides a good reason to have them offseason! Thanks for the idea!
i haven’t heard about peep before looks so yummy.I going to try this .
I am from Northern Ireland and we don’t have peeps here, which makes me sad! We can get them in the imported stores? But they cost WAY too much! haha! But I love them, they look amazing and I best taste great in a s’more!
They blow up in the microwave and get so smooshy good. Perfect for a smore.
Never had a Peep before. Sounds great for Easter. I would love to try this.
i would never have thought of making them like this. my daughter would love it.
I love your Easter Peeps S’mores recipe. It’s so easy to do. My niece would love this so much! Can’t wait to make a small batch for her.
Wow who knew you could turn peeps into s’mores? It makes perfect sense make your s’mores colorful too
I never thought of using peeps for s’mores.