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Peeps!

Recipes and Crafts to Make with Your Favorite Marshmallow Treat

By Charity Ferreira,Photographs by Liz Wolfe

7 x 8 in; 96 pp;
28 color photographs
Paperback
December 2007
ISBN 9780811860413
ISBN10 0811860418

SKU# 9780811860413

$12.95
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For Peeps sake! They're cute. They're tasty. And for the first time ever, PEEPS—the No. 1 selling non-chocolate Easter candy—take center stage in fun crafts and sweet treats for the entire family. Both seasonal savorers and devoted PEEPS fans...
Peeps!


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Peeps!

For Peeps sake! They're cute. They're tasty. And for the first time ever, PEEPS—the No. 1 selling non-chocolate Easter candy—take center stage in fun crafts and sweet treats for the entire family. Both seasonal savorers and devoted PEEPS fans (who have created over 200 dedicated fan Web sites) will delight in these 24 projects, surprisingly suited for any time of the year. Frosty Peepsicles refresh on a hot summer day; the Peeps Holiday Wreath brightens up a winter doorway; and the Peepiata enlivens any fiesta. Cheerful, mouthwatering photographs inspire while simple step-by-step instructionsexplain the how-to. Games, decorations, and desserts never looked so adorably edible!

 

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7 x 8 in; 96 pp;
28 color photographs
Paperback
December 2007
ISBN 9780811860413
ISBN10 0811860418
Charity Ferreira wrote Ice Cream Treats and has written for Gourmet, Bon Apptit, and Cooking Light. A graduate of the California Culinary Academy and former pastry chef, she lives in Oakland, California.

Liz Wolfe is a photographer based in Toronto.

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Why?

10/11/11| Forest Gump
This book is a good one, but these products have too much sugar. sugar and fat is why we have obesity in the U.S.! even though these are tasty treats, they are very popular and could be a part of obesity.

Take a Peep!

Take a Peep!

10/11/11| lisa bach
This is an adorable book--totally imaginative. If you (or someone you love) is a huge Peeps fan, then this is the book for you. There are recipes and also great home decor ideas (the use of Peeps in a vase is my favorite).

even those who hate Peeps...

even those who hate Peeps...

10/11/11| Zelda Lem
can't not like this book. Peeps are one of those classic "love-em-or-hate-em" items, like fuzzy dice or haggis. i must admit that i am usually on the "hate-em" end of the Great Peeps Debate. but this little book is such a delight that my hatred might be turning to something considerably more warm and fuzzy. not only is the design of the book positively squeal inducing, but the pictures of Peep-er-ific recipes and crafts will have you buying out your local Walgreens. why not make a colorful twist on fondue with Peeps? or use them as an adorable cupcake topper? hell even if you refuse to put a Peep anywhere near your mouth the crafts section has all sorts of clever ideas to capitalize on the awesome kitsch factor of peeps. a Peeps chopstick holder? a Peeps vase? now when my boyfriend tears into a packet of Peeps, instead of cringing i have to smile...maybe i'll even ask if i can have a couple....

So cute!!!

So cute!!!

10/11/11| Kate Prouty
Oh my god, this is the cutest book I have seen in a long time! I got it because I'm planning a Peeps-themed Easter party but there are things here you could make any time of the year. Peepsicles? They're so cute (and look easy to make). And who doesn't want a Peeps Mai Tai? You kind of have to see it to believe it.
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