There are just some candies in life that tend to get a bad rap: candy corn, Twizzlers, and Peeps to name a few (all of which I love). However, if you’re anything like me and LOVE all things Marshmallow, then read on as I’m going to show you how to make a super easy, No-Bake treat that you can easily make with the kids and share at your next holiday potluck or school bake sale!
Christmas Peep S’Mores as a part of the
Holiday Cookie Blog Hop hosted by Bari J.
If you happen to be new to my blog, Welcome!! And please be sure to check out the recipes from my friends along this hop:
A Small Life : Pueblo Feast Day Cookies
Brand Spanking You: Almond Matcha Cookies with White Chocolate Drizzle
Modern Envy Interiors
Houseologie: Chocolate Chip Brookies
Made by Carli: Christmas Peep S’Mores (You’re here)
Casa Watkins Living: Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Cookies
Bloom Wild with Bari J.: Kolatchkies
Blake Hill House : Thumbrint Jam Cookies
To be honest, I feel a little like I’m cheating with my S’mores “cookie recipe,” compared to the recipes my friends are sharing, but I’m telling you these are great, especially if you’re in a bind or have little time and you need a “cookie” that will be a hit!
Here’s what you’ll need:
You can also take the extra chocolate and drizzle over the tops to add a decorative touch, yuuuummmmm! They can be eaten at room temperature or heat them up in the mircowave for 8-10 seconds.
1/2 Cup of milk chocolate chips, melted
3 (16 count) packages marshmallow peeps
1 package of Honey Maid graham crackers (I choose name brand in this instance because they are stronger and tend to be in good shape when you open up the box.)
1. Take apart all Peeps from packages and break graham crackers in half along perforated line.
2. Place 1/2 cup of chocolate chips into a microwave safe bowl and heat for 1 minute, stirring at 15 second intervals.
3. Dip the bottom of each Peep into the melted chocolate and place on a piece of graham cracker. Continue to do this until all of the Peeps are used.
This is one of the easiest snacks to make, and a bit less essy than a traditional S’More, they are actually quite reminiscent of a Moon Pie. My kids love them and the best part is you can make them for all seasons now that they make Peeps year round!