How To Make Chocolate Covered Peeps For Easter: Fun Food Craft For Kid

Chocolate covered peeps are an Easter must for the kids and they are so easy to make. Grab your favorite flavor, some dipping chocolate, and a bag of white mini marshmallows and enjoy this playful DIY festive treat.

Chocolate covered peeps

Spring means a few things for my household. Warmer weather, brighter moods, and Easter. We love coloring eggs — it’s such a wonderful tradition. But we also love to make chocolate covered peeps. Have you ever tried this before? Here are some easy instructions to follow:

How To Make Chocolate Covered Peeps For Easter

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Ingredients

  • Peeps (bunny shaped)
  • Dipping chocolate
  • White mini marshmallows
  • Playful Straws
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  • Melt your chocolate and stir until smooth.
  • Push the straw into the bunny about halfway. Make sure it doesn’t fall off.
  • Dip the peep into the chocolate, twist until the entire bunny is well coated.
  • Tap on the side of the bowl to allow excess chocolate to come off.
  • Place on foil and place a white marshmallow on for a tail. Allow to dry. Peel off foil and enjoy.
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Chocolate Covered Peeps

Yield: 10
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Chocolate covered peeps are an Easter must for the kids and they are so easy to make. Grab your favorite flavor, some dipping chocolate, and a bag of white mini marshmallows and enjoy this playful DIY festive treat. 

Ingredients

  • Peeps (bunny shaped)
  • Dipping chocolate
  • White mini marshmallows
  • Playful Straws

Instructions

  1. Melt your chocolate and stir until smooth.
  2. Push the straw into the bunny about halfway. Make sure it doesn't fall off.
  3. Dip the peep into the chocolate, twist until the entire bunny is well coated.
  4. Tap on the side of the bowl to allow excess chocolate to come off.
  5. Place on foil and place a white marshmallow on for a tail. Allow to dry. Peel off foil and enjoy.

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