Peeps Pops

April 21, 2011 by Ali

To all my cake-pops-loving “peeps” out there, allow me introduce you to my Easter bunny version — Peeps Pops!

I don’t know about you, but as soon as spring rolls around, Peeps seem to mysteriously show up in nearly every aisle in the grocery store. So this week I finally gave in and bought a few of the famous colorful boxes — but of course, decided to gussy them up a bit.

My lollipop sticks have been calling my name lately. So I turned the Peeps into “pops”, melted a batch of white and dark chocolate, pulled out some of my sprinkles collection (this is a perfect way to use them up!) and went to dipping! I also ground up some graham crackers to make a Peeps version of my favorite s’mores pops. Sure enough, these were totally simple (and took about 10% of the time it takes to make cake pops!!). Perfect for making with kids, or for letting the “kid” come out in your friends and family as they enjoy these!

Happy Easter!

So many options!!!

Peeps Pops

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 16-20 peeps pops


  • melted chocolate (dark, white, etc.)
  • assorted sprinkles or crushed graham crackers
  • lollipop sticks
  • wax paper or parchment paper


Prepare the "pops" by first inserting a lollipop stick into each bunny. (I poked mine nearly through, so that they wouldn't fall off during dunking!) Then, while holding the stick, carefully dip a Peep into the chocolate until thoroughly coated, then remove from chocolate and cover with desired sprinkles. Then place the pop on wax paper and leave until the chocolate is cooled and firm. Enjoy!

Ali’s Tip:

Also check out my dipped “chick” Peeps below! So easy and fun! :)

About Ali

Ali Ebright is a freelance recipe developer and food writer/photographer, and blogs at Gimme Some Oven and Gimme Some Life. She also loves all things music, traveling near and far, actually making things from Pinterest, cozying up with a good book and her sweet pup, Henry, and spending time with a wonderful group of friends. Come say hello and follow Ali on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ & Instagram.

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12 thoughts on “Peeps Pops

  1. Went out n got me a melting pot, lots of peeps bunny n chicks, sprinkles, chocolate melt n sticks tomorrow we’re having a dipping party…my sons can’t wait ages 3 n 5
    How fun!

    - Ana

  2. Hi! We are having a big Family Easter Brunch/Egg Hunt the day before Easter – how far in advance do you think I can make these?

    - The Bubbly Hostess

  3. When I saw these, I absolutely had to throw them into my Easter menu at the last minute. They were adorable, very easy and delicious. Thanks for sharing!

    - Deanna

  4. So great! My brother is a peeps fanatic. I’m going to send this to him and I can almost 100% promise that gimmesomeoven will get some serious visibility via his facebook page! :) Made your blueberry crumb bars last week with fresh blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries – they were SO good! Thanks Ali!

    - steve

  5. Now those are THE cutestest things I’ve ever seen. I wish I would have seen this post before Easter. Well done.

    - Kirsten is Comfortably Domestic

  6. Those are adorable! They remind me of those small animal crackers in frosting, but in bunny form!

    - Jess

  7. Your peep pops are beyond adorable!!!

    - marla {family fresh cooking}

  8. These are perfect! I was really hoping I’d have time to make some before Sunday, if not I’ll just make them a post-Easter Spring treat :)

    - natalie (the sweets life)

  9. You could do the same with the Christmas tree Peeps, the Ghost Peeps or any of the others they now sell almost all year round. What a good idea. Always looking for easy “treats” to make with my nieces and this will be a hit I’m sure.

    - Wendy

  10. These are absolutely adorable! I may have to toss these in last minute with the rest of my Easter menu. Love the sprinkles! Happy Easter!!

    - Jessica

  11. Oh, so cute! Love both the bunnies and the chicks! x

    - leaf (the indolent cook)