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These Peeps Bunny Cupcakes are adorable! They look so festive and yummy!

Marshmallow Peeps Yellow Easter Bunnies 12ct

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  • I’ve had a huge box of sitting in my office for a couple weeks now and I finally had some time to get in the kitchen and get creative. I was sent a selection of many different types of Peeps, Wilton Royal Icing Mix, a Wilton 23-piece decorating set, and a Wilton 8-piece Icing Colors set. My assignment was to use each of the items sent to create anything I wanted. And that is how these Peeps Bunny Cupcakes came to life.

    This is our Wilton Peeps Bunny Treat Mold. We found this Joann’s Fabric and Crafting Store. . This is a great mold. We used it for a couple of other fun Easter Treats – our Homemade Peeps Chocolate Crackle Candy and our Peeps Sugar Cookies.

  • I’ve had a huge box of sitting in my office for a couple weeks now and I finally had some time to get in the kitchen and get creative. I was sent a selection of many different types of Peeps, Wilton Royal Icing Mix, a Wilton 23-piece decorating set, and a Wilton 8-piece Icing Colors set. My assignment was to use each of the items sent to create anything I wanted. And that is how these Peeps Bunny Cupcakes came to life.

    Peeps are produced by , a candy manufacturer founded in , , by Russian immigrant (1891-1959). In 1953 Just Born acquired the Rodda Candy Company and its marshmallow chick line, and replaced the painstaking process of hand-forming the chicks with mass production. When founder Sam Born would display a sign for his freshly-made candy, he would title it "Just Born," playing off of his last name and the fact that he made his candy fresh daily. According to Mary Bellis, the newly purchased company, Just Born, was soon the "largest marshmallow candy manufacturer in the world." New shapes other than the chicks were produced following a theme according to the season starting in the 1960s. Twenty years later, the Marshmallow Peeps Bunny was released as a popular year round shape of the candy. The yellow chicks were the original form of the candy — hence their name — but then the company introduced other colors and, eventually, the myriad shapes in which they are now produced. Peeps were manufactured in different colors such as lavender and blue starting in 1995. Prior to that they were only being produced in the traditional colors: pink, white, and yellow. New flavors such as vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate were introduced between the years of 1999 and 2002.

    "Peeps Bunny Mold"
    COMMENTS:  Wasn't what I was expecting, but still a nice mold for Easter project.
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  • I posted some Easter Peeps Bunny Bags several years ago, but these bunny bags are version 2.0. Bigger and better with a free template to make your own this time. These bags can hold more eggs or a bigger gift {which is what I plan to put in them… a gift that can’t fit in an egg. PLUS today I’ve got a great giveaway to share with you! I will admit something though… I don’t like to eat Peeps…. nope, not for me.. I do love to decorate and craft with them though, so I’ve teamed up with several other blogging friends to bring you this fun giveaway.

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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.