Chocolate Covered Peeps

I know most people love Peeps or hate them - no grey area. I'm one that loves them, but I like to cut a little slit in the package and let them get stale for a few days. Mmm, crunchy Peeps. For those of you that like a pure shot of sugar in the shape of a chick, here's a way to step up the game: chocolate. Craftster user notyourstar has a good tutorial on how to do it. Seems self-explanatory, but she has a few good tips (freeze your Peeps first, otherwise they will melt when they hit the hot chocolate).

'Course, you could always just buy them.

Photo from MrChocolate.

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SenorMysterioso, yes we do. Another thing we do in the US is play jokes on other people on April first. Prime targets are unsuspecting Canadians, as everyone knows.
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Um Byrd, no we dont.

Sonny, the candy pictured are Peeps Bunnies. Peeps come in several shapes now but they used to only come in two, Bunnies and Chicks. The chicks are usually just referred to by the brand name Peeps.

I like the bunnies a lot better because a bite of a chick is too much marshmallow at one time for me. I read a trivia question that said it used to take 27 hours to make a peep from start to finish and now it takes 6 minutes.
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