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Marshmallow candies that are shaped into chicks, bunnies, and other animals.

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A Quick Tip by michele

  • Mar 25, 2010
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These are best if you poke a hole in the wrapper and let them get stale and then eat them!!!
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April 14, 2011
Ooooh, what's the benefit of having them go stale? Sounds interesting :P
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Quick Tip by . October 08, 2009
Love going to stores the day after Easter cuz Peeps are always on sale & judging from the large quantity I buy, I'm gonna need the discount.
review by . February 10, 2008
Pros: Affordable, delicious, colorful in different shapes Great gift for Valentine's Day and Easter.      Cons: Eating too many marshmallow candy can give you a tummy ache.Eat in moderation and enjoy!      The Bottom Line: They are great seasonal candy treats.They are very affordable. I would definitely recommend them!      I am sure that we have all seen Peeps Marshmallow Candyaround both Valentine's Day and Easter.They now have …
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Peeps are marshmallow candies, sold in the US and Canada, that are shaped into chicks, bunnies, and other animals. There are also different shapes used for various holidays. Peeps are primarily used to fill Easter baskets, though recent ad campaigns tout the candy as "Peeps - Always in Season". They are made from marshmallow, sugar, gelatin, and carnauba wax.

Peeps are produced by Just Born, a candy manufacturer based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Peeps were introduced nationally in 1958 by Pravin Pant Sr., a Nepali immigrant. When Just Born acquired Rodda Candy Company in 1953, they automated the process (originally the chicks were formed by hand) and mass-produced them. The yellow chicks were the original form of the candy — hence their name — but then the company introduced other colors and, eventually, the myriad shapes in which they are now produced.

Just Born has expanded its product line to include bats, cats, pumpkins, and ghosts for Halloween; hearts for Valentine's Day; eggs for Easter; trees, gingerbread men, snowmen, and stars for Christmas; and red, white, and blue chicks and stars for the 4th of July.

Although the original Peeps were standard marshmallow flavor, some of the newer flavors include chocolate mousse (bunnies for Easter and cats for Halloween), strawberry and vanilla (hearts for Valentine's Day), cocoa (cats and bats for Halloween), sugar cookie (gingerbread people for Christmas), and orange (eggs for Easter). In 2007, ...
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