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Chocolate Covered Peeps and Easter Recipe Round-Up

photo of three chocolate covered peeps on a plate

Easter is just about here, so I thought I’d share a round up of recipe ideas from my past recipe posts. I also have a few more new recipes to share like these chocolate covered peeps.
photo of one chocolate covered peep
Since I like covering things in chocolate, I thought I’d make some chocolate covered peeps. They were pretty easy to make, though a tad messy. Next time I might stick them on something before dipping them.

The idea came out of one of this year’s new candy items: peeps inside chocolate eggs.

Next year, I think I’ll make these with different colored white chocolates to make them a little more festive. Recipe is at the end of the post. Here are the rest of my Easter recipes:


Sour Cream Bunny Buns
sour cream bunny buns

Chicks in Cups
chicks in cups

One Hour Bunny Buns
one hour bunny buns

Soft Pretzel Bunnies
soft pretzel bunny buns

Sour Cream Bread Rolls
sour cream bread rolls

Honey Bread Rolls
honey bread rolls


Cinnamon Bubble Buns
cinnamon bubble muffins

Bubble Buns
bubble buns

Bacon Egg Pancake Cups
bacon egg pancake cups

Fried Bacon Eggs
fried bacon eggs

Bacon Egg Cups
bacon egg cups

Bacon Egg Toast Cups
bacon egg toast cups

Bacon Avocado Egg Cups
bacon avocado egg cups

Colorful Marbled Eggs
marbled eggs


Cadbury Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cadbury Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Cadbury Brownies
Cadbury Brownies

Easter Mug Cake
Easter Mug Cake

And finally, chocolate covered peeps:

photo of chocolate covered peeps and two plain peeps

Chocolate Covered Peeps

Servings: 6
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
These chocolate covered peeps are a fun Easter treat.


  • 1 1/2 cups chopped chocolate
  • 2-3 tbsp oil
  • about 6 peeps


  • Place chocolate in bowl and melt in microwave, about 40 seconds. Stir until smooth. If chocolate is not completely melted, microwave for an additional 20 seconds and stir again. 
  • Add in about 2 tbsp oil to thin out the chocolate and make it easier for dipping and coating. If you don't think it's thin enough, add another tbsp. 
  • Dip peep in chocolate, either by holding small edge and dipping rest of Peep into the bowl or sticking peep onto a stick and dipping. Once peep is completely coated, set aside to let the chocolate set. Repeat with remaining peeps.

The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.

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2 comments on “Chocolate Covered Peeps and Easter Recipe Round-Up”

  1. I should have done that instead of buy the pre-made chocolate covered peep (sold invidually). found it when looking for that choco treasure egg (the wanna be kinder egg). i don’t really like how peeps taste, but i was willing to try one covered in chocolate. i’ll be eating it tomorrow! 🙂

    • Haha, my thoughts too! I also saw the chocolate egg one and I was thinking, hey it’s like the kinder eggs. And I also don’t like eating peeps, but thought they might taste better covered in chocolate. They do- though I’m still not a huge peep lover.

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