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Bunny Peep Pops

For a sweet treat inspired by the season, try these chocolate-dipped Bunny Beep Pops.

These will be a hit with all those young children who are dying to go hunt eggs for Easter! They can also be wrapped individually in a cute bag and tied with ribbon to send to a child’s Easter party. Wrapping them will help make them more sanitary, which is especially important in light of COVID-19 precautions.

I suggest getting a foam block and placing the suckers in the block to make a lovely Easter arrangement. You can cover the foam with Easter grass to make it look more festive.

INGREDIENTS

  • One package of marshmallow Peeps
  • Melted chocolate almond bark (I use dark and white)
  • Assorted sprinkles
  • Crushed graham crackers
  • Lollipop sticks

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Place a lollipop stick in each bunny Peep, pushing about halfway up so they are secure.
  2. Holding the stick, carefully dip a Peep into the chocolate until thoroughly coated.
  3. Remove from chocolate and cover with desired sprinkles or crushed graham crackers. With the white chocolate, I use pastel sprinkles; with the dark chocolate, I cover them in graham cracker crumbs for that s’mores taste.    
  4. Place the pop on wax paper and leave until the chocolate is cooled and firm.

Recipe by Amy Gunderman, FACS instructor at Phil Campbell

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