These Peeps S’Mores are the perfect Easter treat! They are a great way to enjoy those classic, favorite Easter marshmallow candies. You can make them in a skillet or in the microwave.
Hi Everyone, I could not resist sharing these Peeps S’Mores with you! Every year, as soon as Spring rolls around, I wait for those brightly, colored Peeps and then I buy up every color. They are so fun and a reminder that Easter is near.
Being a HUGE s’mores fan, I had to make these Peeps into s’mores!
Ingredients for Peeps S’Mores
- graham crackers
- Peeps – in your favorite color(s)
- milk chocolate – I used Hershey’s brand
I would argue that these Peep S’mores are even better than regular s’mores because they are so bright, colorful AND have that lovely sugary, crunchy coating on the outside.
Helpful Kitchen Tools for Peeps S’Mores
- cast iron skillet (if making using the broiler)
- 1 graham cracker regular
- 2 squares chocolate I use Hershy's milk chocolate bars, amount to taste
- 1 Marshmallow Peep in your favorite color
Using a Cast Iron Skillet
Turn on the broiler in your oven and have the rack placed about 8-10 inches from the heat source (in my oven it's 3 levels down), you do not want the marshmallow to get burnt!
Line a cast iron skillet with graham crackers.
Place squares of milk chocolate on top of each graham cracker.
Place 1 Peep (in your favorite color(s)) on top of the chocolate.
Put the skillet in the center of the rack under the broiler for 1 minute or less, until desired toasted level is reached for the Peeps. Watch carefully, you do not want to burn the Peeps!
Place a graham cracker on top of the broiled peep and enjoy!
Using the Microwave
On a plate, place 1 graham cracker, a piece of chocolate and 1 Peep. Microwave for 5-10 seconds at a time and repeat (depending on the power of your microwave, this might take some trial and error.) The Peep will enlarge a little while it's cooking and then you know it's heated throughout. When it's done, top with another graham cracker. Enjoy!
I know you will love this Peeps S’Mores recipe!