Found these Peep Houses on Yesterfood’s Facebook page, and it was too cute not to share.
From the Yesterfood blog: “Is this an Easter craft or an Easter treat? It’s both! These Peeps Houses are almost too cute to eat. Whether you eat them or not, they’re fun to make.”
- Graham Crackers (I recommend name-brand for this- they’re a little thicker and sturdier)
- Cookie Icing or Frosting (I used some homemade butter cream frosting that I had left over from a cupcake project; something thick/firm is suggested. The original instructions said that Wilton’s Cookie Icing would work, but one reader reported that it did not work for her).
- Newspaper or parchment paper
- Easter decor, such as Easter grass, candy eggs, etc.
You can bet my daughter and I will be making these this year!
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