Leftover Peeps? Leftover Fun!

Okay, let’s just get this out of the way …

It’s been 31 days since I blogged here at Rhubarb and Honey. THIRTY ONE DAYS!

Can you ever forgive me?

Please?

Pretty please with sugar on top?

Aww … thanks, friends!

Now that we’ve put that ugliness behind us, let’s move on to today’s blog post, which starts with a confession … and it’s a doozy.

I adore Peeps. Especially the brightly-colored ones available every year at Easter time.

Now, in the interest of full disclosure, I adore the way Peeps look … all those innocent chicks and bunnies, dressed to the nines in their brightest, sugar-sprinkled Easter best … they are truly adorable! Truth is … I haven’t eaten a Peep since my childhood.

Since I’ve moved towards a more natural, less-processed diet, Peeps just don’t make the cut. But, after seeing all the fun things that can be done with Easter Peeps — both in the edible and non-edible realms — I may just have to make an exception … after all, everything in moderation, right?

I’m guessing many of you have some Peeps leftover from Easter yesterday … or you may be snatching up the last of the reduced-price Easter Peeps today. If so, here are a bunch of Peep-tastic ideas to help you demolish your Peep stash!

Peeps Fun #1

Peeps Fun #2

Happy Peeping!

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  • kitchenriffs

    I assumed you must be on a really fun trip or something! Anyway, peeps are always fun. We usually buy reduced price ones, and do eat them — it’s only once a year! Anyway, fun ideas — thanks.

    • http://rhubarbandhoney.com/ Kimberly

      I think they are still in stores now … and I’m guessing I could pick up a bunch on the cheap! Thanks for stopping by!