Do you love Peeps? It just wouldn’t be Easter without those adorable little marshmallows!
These chocolate dipped peeps are super fun to make at home or in the classroom for an Easter party.
If sweets aren’t allowed in your school be sure to check out my bunny veggie cups, they’re super cute and healthy too!
I also made a printable treat topper for you that you can use with cheddar bunnies instead of Peeps, keep reading to grab yours.
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Chocolate Dipped Peeps
Chocolate dipped peeps are a sure hit at any Easter party!
For double the fun, invite the kids to help you dip the bunnies in the chocolate.
Supplies Needed to Make Chocolate Dipped Peeps
- Marshmallow Bunnies (Peeps)
- Lollipop Sticks
- Milk Chocolate Melting Wafers (I use Dove)
- Waxed Paper
- Mixing Bowl
How to Make Chocolate Dipped Peeps on a Stick
First, insert the lollipop sticks into your marshmallow bunnies.
Next, place your milk chocolate in a mixing bowl and melt in the microwave for 30 seconds, then mix with a spatula.
Once the chocolate is completely melted, dip your bunnies! Be sure to let the excess melted chocolate run off or chocolate will drip down your sticks.
Next, place your milk chocolate covered peeps on waxed paper and let them dry for about 10 minutes.
When your bunnies are dry, you can display them attractively in a vase or jar, wrap them in clear cellophane and put in Easter baskets, or eat and enjoy!
Bunny Peeps Treat Bags
I also made these printable treat toppers for you to use at home or school. These make perfect gifts for Easter baskets or parties.
If sweets aren’t your thing or aren’t allowed at your party, you can use Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies instead of Peeps.
Printable Easter Treat Bag Topper
Just print as many copies of the treat bag toppers as you would like, cut, then fold and staple to the top of a resealable sandwich size bag.
More Easter Ideas
Easter Play Dough Counting Mats-A set of free Easter play dough counting mats to help your kids develop number sense and fluency within ten. Includes 10 printable color mats for you to use in your play dough center.
Easter Fine Motor Activities for Preschool-This Easter themed cutting skills tray will provide your kids with plenty of fine motor practice. These activities will help your kids build fine motor skills in fun and playful ways, so they won’t even know they’re learning.