PEEPS Snowy S’mores

PEEPS Snowy S’mores – Check out this wintery take on the classic s’more by combining snow, snowmen and the s’mores.

PEEPS Snowy S’mores

Because it is almost Christmas, I am doing a second Funday Sunday Recipe. Classic s’mores get a holiday makeover with a tasty and adorable twist thanks to PEEPS® marshmallow and its fun seasonal shapes. Just follow the simple instructions and everyone will enjoy a delicious treat. Don’t forget to make a few extras to give away! See instructions below:

Servings: 3 Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: less than 1 minute

Ingredients

  • 9 ct. pack of PEEPS(R) Marshmallow Snowmen
  • 9 graham cracker squares
  • 1 pack of mini candy canes
  • 6 chocolate squares

Directions

  1. Turn on the oven broiler and place the oven rack in the center of the oven. Line a baking sheet with foil.
  2. Break the graham cracker and the chocolate bars into squares.
  3. Arrange six graham cracker squares on the baking sheet and top each with a square of chocolate. Place a PEEPS® Marshmallow Snowman on top of each chocolate.
  4. Place the tray in the oven for 35 seconds. Check to see how toasted the Snowmen are — they should be slightly puffed, looked melted around the sides, and begin to form a golden-brown crust on top. If they don’t look melted enough, leave them in for another 5 to 10 seconds. Keep a very close eye on them and use extreme caution when broiling PEEPS(R) and pulling them out of the hot oven.
  5. Remove the tray from the oven and immediately begin to build the PEEPS® Snowy S’mores by stacking two melted PEEPS® topped graham crackers.
  6. Finish off with a clean graham cracker and top off with a PEEPS® Marshmallow Snowman. Adhere the Snowman to the top of the graham cracker with a dab of melted chocolate, and then adhere the candy cane to his hand with chocolate — to appear as if the Snowman is holding the candy cane.
  7. Break up a candy cane and sprinkle bits to the melted chocolate and PEEPS® Marshmallow Snowman.
  8. Make sure to enjoy while the treat is still warm!

Recipe compliments of BrandPoint and Curated by Good Housekeeping magazine on behalf of PEEPS®

Speaking of Snowmen, check out this recipe for Snowman Hot Chocolate.

First published December 23, 2018. Last updated or republished December 11, 2023.

PEEPS Snowy S’mores

Because it is almost Christmas, I am doing a second Funday Sunday Recipe. Classic s’mores get a holiday makeover with a tasty and adorable twist thanks to PEEPS® marshmallow and its fun seasonal shapes. Just follow the simple instructions and everyone will enjoy a delicious treat. Don’t forget to make a few extras to give away! See instructions below: Servings: 3 Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: less than 1 minute
Keyword candy canes, Graham Crackers, marshmallows, Peeps, snowman
Servings 24 Servings

Ingredients

  • 9 count pack of PEEPS Marshmallow Snowmen
  • 9 graham cracker squares
  • 1 pack of mini candy canes
  • 6 chocolate squares

Instructions

  • Turn on the oven broiler and place the oven rack in the center of the oven. Line a baking sheet with foil.
  • Break the graham cracker and the chocolate bars into squares.
  • Arrange six graham cracker squares on the baking sheet and top each with a square of chocolate. Place a PEEPS® Marshmallow Snowman on top of each chocolate.
  • Place the tray in the oven for 35 seconds. Check to see how toasted the Snowmen are — they should be slightly puffed, looked melted around the sides, and begin to form a golden-brown crust on top. If they don’t look melted enough, leave them in for another 5 to 10 seconds. Keep a very close eye on them and use extreme caution when broiling PEEPS(R) and pulling them out of the hot oven.
  • Remove the tray from the oven and immediately begin to build the PEEPS® Snowy S’mores by stacking two melted PEEPS® topped graham crackers.
  • Finish off with a clean graham cracker and top off with a PEEPS® Marshmallow Snowman. Adhere the Snowman to the top of the graham cracker with a dab of melted chocolate, and then adhere the candy cane to his hand with chocolate — to appear as if the Snowman is holding the candy cane.
  • Break up a candy cane and sprinkle bits to the melted chocolate and PEEPS® Marshmallow Snowman.

Notes

Make sure to enjoy while the treat is still warm!
Recipe compliments of BrandPoint and Curated by Good Housekeeping magazine on behalf of PEEPS®
Read more: https://www.courageouschristianfather.com/peeps-snowy-smores/

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