11 Peeps Treats You’ve Never Heard Of
Go beyond the basic yellow Peeps when choosing basket-worthy treats this Easter.
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Birthday cake has become a wildly popular flavor in recent years, popping up in everything from Oreos to ice cream. But birthday cake Peeps might be our favorite, especially because the multicolored “sprinkles” feel like a nod to seasonally appropriate robin’s eggs.
Fans of all things sour will adore these bright green Peeps treats. They’re a little sweet, a little sour and perfect for playing a little prank on an unsuspecting Peeps lover.
Peeps shapes aren’t limited to just chicks. These cute Easter Bunny-inspired marshmallows come on a stick, so you can get creative about how you display them or hand them out, mess-free. If you’d rather DIY, make these Easter Bunny-shaped treats.
I’m calling these adult-friendly marshmallow treats Peeps After Dark. The chocolate-flavored marshmallow is dipped in rich chocolate and filled with creamy caramel, so eating them feels naughty but tastes oh-so-nice.
Froot Loops are already a classic cereal—now, they’re getting an extra-sweet remix. This cute, Easter basket-ready Peeps pop features the tropical colors and flavors of the fruity cereal for a fun mashup.
Blue Raspberry Peeps
The iconic flavor of blue raspberry plus marshmallow equals a match made in Easter heaven. These brightly colored marshmallow chicks bring sweet and tart flavors together for a funky marshmallow find. If you haven’t seen this Peep around, it’s because they’re available exclusively at Walmart.
This Peep is hard to find, too, but an Easter basket filled with these Peeps eggs will never disappoint. Their cute pastel color feels on-trend for spring, and they might even save you some time if you skip the actual egg decorating.
Peeps is partnering with Crocs to make…Peeps Crocs. This foam footwear is coated with a sugar-like texture like a real marshmallow Peep, and comes in bright colors like blue, pink and yellow. Oh—and each Croc is topped with marshmallow chicks. (Nothing is edible, though.)