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10- Peep s'mores

Spice up your bonfire nights with peeps! Roast some marshmallow peeps over the fire and use for s'mores! If you have a sweet tooth, this is most likely one of the most effective things you can do with leftover peeps. Your s'more will become sweeter and more colorful!  PREVIOUS read more about 10- Peep s'mores

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2- Peeps in a microwave

Have you ever wondered what would happen to a marshmallow peep heated in a microwave? Watch the video below to find out! To make it more exciting, turn this event into a peep jousting competition! Stick toothpicks in each peep, place them in the microwave and watch one peep fight the other to the… read more about 2- Peeps in a microwave

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4- Decorate that desk

When you find yourself getting sick of eating peeps but still enjoy the candy, save any extra peeps. Remove them out of the package and let them harden on the counter. After a couple weeks, use them to decorate your desk, shelf or dresser. Use your peeps as festive ornaments!  PREVIOUS NEXT read more about 4- Decorate that desk

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7- Easter cocktail

Since marshmallow peep candy is rather sticky , attach a chick or bunny peep to the straw or the rim of your favorite cocktail! Not only will the peep make the drink festive for Easter but the addition will also pretty up your mixed alcoholic beverage. Now it's REALLY a party!  PREVIOUS NEXT read more about 7- Easter cocktail

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9- Let's play dress up

Have you ever noticed peeps never wear any clothes? They lack all fashion and stick with one color. It's on you to change that! Buy a frosting pen and give those peeps some style! Draw a tie, perhaps a dress or a hat. Outline their shapes with chocolate and include fancy designs on the bodies. Make… read more about 9- Let's play dress up

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1- the Easter egg

Grab some art utensils and get to painting those Easter eggs. But don't stop there! Once you have painted the eggs in any color and design of your choice, juggle them over a hardwood floor. And if you can't juggle, throw one in the air and try to catch it without it landing and breaking on the… read more about 1- the Easter egg

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2- the hunt

Haven't most kids experienced waiting for their parents to hide Easter eggs in and around their home so they can run off and find as many as they can as quickly as possible? Well, this Easter, let's let the adults take on the role of the children! Kids, this time you hide the eggs. Use your… read more about 2- the hunt

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3- the costume

Consider a DIY! Dress up like Peter Cottontail! Get some cottonballs for the tail, your onesie pj's for the body and toilet paper rolls for the ears. Hold a carrot stick and hop around! Turn it into a costume contest. Ask the neighbors to join in and let a parent judge who has the coolest bunny… read more about 3- the costume

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4- the carrot

Go find the carrot! Instead of an Easter egg hunt, dig 50 holes in your front or back yard. Make sure the holes are spread out far apart from one another. This way the game lasts longer and takes more search effort. Place a carrot in one of the holes. Let the kids go wild searching for the carrot.… read more about 4- the carrot

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5- the basket

Don't fill the kid's Easter basket with the typical- chocolate, Easter eggs, stick-on tattoos, cotton candy and peeps. Design a treasure map. Hide basket fillers all in one place in the house and place a black 'X' over them. Then, have the children look for their desired goodies! Watch their faces… read more about 5- the basket