Hop on over for a fun, quick Easter treat! I thought it was time to "practice what I pin"--on Pinterest, that is. I'm short on time but I wanted to have something fun for the kiddos this weekend so I went searching through my Easter Pinterest board for something E-A-S-Y.
This was perfect: Peeps Pops!
To make them you need:
Bunny Peeps, lollipop sticks, chocolate and/or vanilla coating, candy sprinkles
I wanted to display them in an Easter basket so I am using one I already had and I bought a piece of styrofoam and some Easter grass. I also bought some plastic bags to wrap each one individually (bottom right) but I decided to save them for another project.
Here's what I did:
Cut the styrofoam to fit snugly in the bottom of the basket. I cut the corners of the rectangle and pressed it down to the bottom of the basket--it should be tight. Then I covered the inside of the basket with grass and set it aside for later.
Separate the marshmellow bunny Peeps and then spear each one with a lollipop stick from the bottom to the top. I pushed the stick in as far as it could go without coming through at the top.
Melt the candy coating following the directions on the packaging. I used the microwave option.
Dip each bunny peep into the melted candy coating and swirl it to completely cover. I then tapped the stick gently on the edge of the bowl so the excess coating would drip off.
Then quickly sprinkle your choice of candy sprinkles on the wet coating and
place it on wax paper to dry.
Once the bunnies were dry I arranged them in the Easter basket by sticking them in the styrofoam. Nice and easy! All I am saying is give Peeps a chance (tee hee)! See you next week with more of the beach cottage for a buck renovation project!
Happy Easter everyone! He is risen!