Peeps Pops and Peeps Kebabs – Super simple and so much fun!

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I’m sure I’m not reinventing the wheel here but I thought up this idea of making Peeps Pops and Peeps Kebabs for a cute Easter bake sale idea and also an adorable Easter centerpiece idea…placecard idea…or a little gift.

peeps kebabs and peeps pops

Obviously you’d use a cuter container for a centerpiece but I wasn’t doing cute I was doing functional for the bake sale.  The Peeps kebabs are SUPER simple.

peeps pops kebabs

Get long lollipop sticks, and put Peeps on them in whatever order you’d like.  Once the Peeps are all on there, you can drizzle some melted colored chocolates on them with some festive sprinkles or leave them as is.  I asked the kids after the sale and half loved the drizzle, half thought they should be plain.  They were all asking for more kebabs! (If you drizzle, put them on wax or parchment paper first)

peeps pops

The Peeps pops are SO simple.  Take a Peep, dip in melted colored chocolate, put a lollipop stick in, let dry on wax or parchment paper.  Slip into a cellophane bag and voila! Adorable little pop!  These went like crazy.  Kids can help or not- the thing that takes the most time with these is simply the time to dry the chocolate!

 

 

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  • My grandbabies will love these

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  • i can imagine that kids would love these. I have 3 grandkids that would think I was awesome for making these. thank you Vicki

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  • so cute idea!

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  • I saw your instagram and pin and I loved these! Can’t wait to try this myself!

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  • The sugary treat you cant stop eating, these are very cute

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

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  • How cute! This would make an amazing and edible centerpiece.

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  • Oh my!! Thaey look so delicious! Thanks so much :)

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  • Lovely idea!
    Perfect to do with the kids.

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  • Wow, never thought of this and it is so cute and simple

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  • These are so cute – I am a huge fan of Peeps

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  • You come up with the most amazing holiday treats! Pepps are a long-standing favrite of mine (we did some awful things to them in High School – driving around with them stuck to the dashboard, forone). Thank you!

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  • Such a great idea! My granddaughters loves Peeps so this is great for making them. Thanks for sharing!

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  • I like the partial dip pops – they’re like little sweaters!

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  • Love the idea! Sooo cute!

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  • CUTEST idea ever. Im gonna have to make these for my sons class for their Easter party. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Oh thank you!

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  • Great idea for a treat – thanks.

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  • Oh how cute is that though! Love the idea. Easy and yet easily appreciated!

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  • What a great idea! Ya know, I was thinking if you got a pot and put some easter grass and then speared a few of these on popsicle or lollipop sticks you could make a cool centerpiece for easter dinner!

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  • such a cute idea!!! I may have to steal this for our bake sale :)

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  • Cute idea! I havent had peeps in forever!

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  • Love this – so easy or looks easy to make. I honestly do not like peeps, however, when you cover anything in chocolate (including raisins) I am all about it! Thank you for sharing!

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  • Oh my…peep heaven. I can eat them til I’m sick. Love them.

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