'Peeps' on Serious Eats

Easter Basket 2012: Peep No More

With Easter only a few weeks away, we have to start considering what will go in our closely curated baskets. Now we're big fans of Peeps here on Serious Eats. Heck, we even devoted a whole week to them in 2010. And Peeps Rice Krispie treats have long been part of our repertoire, so it was with definite excitement that I tried the Peeps Crispy Rice Marshmallow Treat, new for Easter this year. More

Peeps Week: Peeps Mood Rings

Anyone who's been an eleven-year-old girl at some point understands the power of a mood ring. How else would you know if you're feeling excited, stressed, or unsettled? The rings change colors in response to your body temperature, thanks to a thermochromic element such as liquid crystal. As far as we know marshmallows do not contain any thermochromic elements but Peeps Mood Rings are very revealing of the wearer's emotional state. Check out the decoder to see what each color says about you. More

Peeps Week: Peeps of Catan Board Game

Everyone has a friend who's introduced them to Settlers of Catan by now, right? The German board game has been called "the board game of our time*," by the Washington Post. It can take a while to get through a whole game (like Scrabble levels of long) but has a dedicated cult following that's sacrificed many Saturday evening plans to establish cities with ore cards. The goal is to build real estate with natural resources, and blahdy blah blah—what if we made a version with Peeps? More

Peeps Week: Yoga to the Peeps Diorama

It turns out that Peeps, like many humans, have a vibrant yoga community. They are impressively flexible, a perk of having no skeletal system. When you're made of marshmallow squish, you can bend in all sorts of directions. Standing on your head is a cinch when you only weigh a third of an ounce! The mats and blankets are made of Fruit by the Foot. The flavor variety pack is recommended so you can also string up Tibetan prayer flags. More

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