Holiday Peeps Have Arrived And There’s A New Flavor For Everyone
Would you try these?!
This holiday season brings cheer, merriment and a new batch of Peeps flavors to make the season brighter — and sweeter. While the bird-shaped marshmallow treats are hit-or-miss for some people, don’t knock these five new “dipped” Delights offerings until you try them: Cinnamon Roll, Sugar Cookie, Hot Chocolate, Peppermint Bark and Vanilla Caramel Brownie.
Here are the deets on these festive new flavors:
Cinnamon Roll Peeps
Fans of cinnamon baked goods are going to love these chicks, which are dipped in cinnamon icing-flavored fudge.
Sugar Cookie Peeps
It’s hard to deny the deliciousness of sugar cookies. What’s not to love? These chicks not only taste like sugar cookies, but are also dipped in creamy white fudge to make them even more scrumptious.
Hot Chocolate Peeps
It’s winter, so warming up with hot cocoa is a no-brainer! Step up your chocolate-y beverage experience with a side of hot chocolate-flavored chicks dipped in white fudge.
Vanilla Caramel Brownie Peeps
For the ultimate indulgence in marshmallow consumption, grab a pack of Vanilla Caramel Brownie Peeps (exclusively sold at Target). These babies are dipped in milk chocolate and filled with a creamy caramel center.
Peppermint is nearly synonymous with the holiday season, so treat yourself to Peppermint Bark Peeps. Dipped in dark chocolate, these chicks offer a traditional flavor combination that’s guaranteed to make your taste buds happy.
If none of these Peeps strike your fancy, other seasonal Peeps include Chocolate Mousse Reindeer, large Snowmen, small Snowmen, Candy Cane, Christmas Trees and Gingerbread Men. There truly is something for everyone!
Not feeling marshmallows? No problem. These adorable, squishy treats are actually great in recipes, too. From cake pops and cookie cups to bars and pudding pies, the possibilities are endless Rest assured, there are a whole bunch of ways to enjoy Peeps aside from out of the package!
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.