In this #TbT post, Babbs waxes on about Peeps and all the things you can do with them, including range time. After all, Peeps are “always in season.”
You’ll see them in all the discount stores soon after the official Easter weekend. Leftover Peeps.
Peeps, originally in yellow, have been around since the 1954 – a real American tradition. The reason they have landed on this site as an outdoor topic is because some of my outdoor gal pals and I were discussing them, and wondering if they would work in that staple of outdoor food: the s’more.
A Peep s’more. Why not?
And why not try these suggestions for your leftover or bargain basement Peeps?
From Kirstie Pike, President, Prois Hunting Apparel: Peanut butter and Peeps sammiches, fruit salad a la Peeps, toasted Peeps and Rice Krispy Peeps bars
From Arkansas trapper of the Year 2008 and freelance writer Jill Easton Spencer: Melted Chickie Sweet Potato Peep Casserole, with “those little eyes peering up as they are spooned out would be too cunning.” Hmm, I wonder if those little eyes would last 20 minutes in 350 degrees?
If you can’t get enough Peeps, then head to its website where you may join the Peeps Fan Club and enjoy V.I.P(eeps) access to e-cards, gift tags, buddy icons and sneak Peeps at upcoming product lines.
If you need more ideas, check out this Peeps’ ad.
Since it’s Science Fair time of the year at local elementary schools throughout the country, why not entertain the idea of using Peeps in experiments? I know my boys liked to put Peeps in the microwave until the little chicks almost melted away. Or, did they blow up?
And, just in case you’re not sick of Peeps yet, here are some facts its website:
One more thing Peeps … you can take them or leave them. You like them or hate them. No two Peeps about it … these little confections are always “in season.”
This Retro-WON was published originally on March 30, 2013.