I love when a you can whip up a sweet treat quickly and easily, with very few ingredients, and it is not only simple, but it is also super cute. These Easter Peeps Pops totally fit that bill! Adorable!
Ahh, how cute are these darn Peeps Pops? I’m totally in love with them!
Seriously, keeping it simple with these ones. First I placed my Marshmallow Peeps Bunnies onto paper straws. Next, I dipped them in white chocolate and then I added a pretty pearly Sixlet to each one, as the perfectly little pearly tail. Instead of Little Peter Cottontail, we have Little Peter Pearly Tail!
The white chocolate lets a tiny bit of the PEEPS color show through, as you can see in the above photo. If you do not want to have any color show through, I would advise giving them a double dip in your white chocolate prior to placing the Shimmer Sixlets onto them.
I’ve been whipping up Peeps Pops for years, but these just might be my favorite yet. Combining the Shimmer Sixlets and fun striped paper straws in matching colors makes this simple treat super cute. You can see more about how I make my Peeps Pops in this post…
They are super cute even without the chocolate, but the chocolate, sweet straws from Sweets and Treats Boutique and Shimmer Sixlets (check your baking isle at Walmart for these!) tails really take them over the top.
Easter Peeps Pops
- 1 Package White Chocolate Candy Coating such as Candiquik or Wilton Metls
- 20 Easter Peeps Bunnies
- 20 Shimmer Sixlets
- 20 Paper Party Straws
- Prepare white chocolate candy coating according to package directions. Place each PEEPS Bunny onto a party straw by sliding the Peep onto the end of the straw. One at a time, dip PEEPS on straws into white chocolate candy coating, then place on a baking sheet covered with wax paper. Immediately place a Shimmer Sixlet onto the white chocolate coating where a tail would be. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Let set up for at least one hour or until candy coating is dry to the touch.
Nutrition information is estimated as a courtesy. If using for medical purposes, please verify information using your own nutritional calculator. Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Simply adore these colors, and the shimmer on the Sixlets? So pearly and pretty!
If you love PEEPS make sure to check out my amazing recipe round up packed full of all of the best PEEPS sweets and treats recipes on the web!