Easter Treats are Sweeter with PEEPS™ and Wilton®

April 1st, 2014 by Desiree Smith

While some fans out there will create elaborate dioramas with their PEEPS™, we prefer to just make ours more delicious! Which will you try? Will you dip them in Candy Melts® candy and decorate them with sprinkles? Use the Wilton PEEP™ Silicone Mold to make two-toned gelatin chicks? Or, bake some roll-out cookies using the Wilton PEEPS Cookie Cutter Set and decorate them with sugars or icing? Scroll through the inspiration for ideas for cookies, cupcakes and candy treats this Easter featuring your favorite marshmallow treats!

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Desiree Smith Desiree is the Public Relations Manager at Wilton. She spends her days monitoring media opportunities, working with newspaper, magazine and television contacts, collaborating with bloggers and handling a variety of other odds and ends. Desiree has a degree in journalism and experience writing for newspapers and television. Outside of Wilton, she enjoys running and planning outings with friends.

24 Replies

  1. Jeani James says:


    I purchased the PEEPS Bunny Shaped Cookie Pan and have found that the sugar cookie recipe on the back of the package is incomplete. It states to “combine flour and salt, etc., but there is no flour and salt in the ingredient list….Please help!! Thank you.

  2. Deb says:

    I purchased the Peep Silcone tray. I am looking for a recipe to make Peeps. Any suggestions?

  3. Tina Murphy says:

    I bought a adorable peep cookie pan. The recipe attached has no flour listed in ingredients but is listed in the directions. Does anyone know how much to use?

  4. […] all the Easter posts I’ve ever made, starring………….PEEPS!  I got the first recipe from the Wilton website – it’s actually from the blog called Baby Loving Mama – in order to use the Peeps prize pack […]

  5. Patricia Chotas says:

    Regarding my PEEPS bunny pan……thanks to your answer I now know the flour and salt measures….however, to the right of the recipe on the back of the pan package, is another recipe(?) for WHAT? It says:

    1 egg yolk
    1/2 teaspoon Wilton Imitation Clear Vanilla Extract
    1/2 teaspoon Wilton Imitation Butter Flavor
    3 tablespoons milk

    Is this to “frost” the cookies and/or to help the sugar stick?

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  7. Barb Van Maren says:

    OK, Linda, I was glad to find the recipe on the Wilton web site because like the others, I was dismayed to fine out the Peeps cookie pan left out the flour and salt in the recipe. But someone posted what to do with the vanilla, butter flavor and milk and you sent her to the sugar cookie recipe. I went there and there was no reference to these ingredients. So, I assume you mix them together for a glaze? What about the egg yolk? Does that go in the glaze? I find that hard to believe.

  8. joni borbon says:

    I bought the peeps cookie pan and the picture shows peeps between two cookies and one looks like it has chocolate on the bottom; when do you assemble them, hot or cool? i want to use fancy chocolate, do you melt it and then put it on cookie ?

    yes, the recipe for cookies was incomplete, I found answer to this


  9. andrea says:

    What is the recipe for marshmallow peeps?
    Need it for the silicone peeps pan.
    Appreciate it.

  10. Brittany Ciampi says:

    Can I put the peeps silicon mold in the oven

  11. Heather Peterson says:

    I just bought the peep shaped cookie pan, but I don’t want to make it a sugar cookie. Is there a good recipe for a chocolate chip cookie that will cook correctly in this pan?

  12. joan says:

    yes they did not do all the recipes for peeps.Not good

  13. Teri Tommaney says:

    Please answer the question asked previously and not refer us to the recipe page. On the Peeps Bunny Shaped Cookie pan wrapper, there is a second column that makes no sense. What is the recipe for the wash or frosting that holds the frosting on the cookie?

  14. Judith Brubaker says:

    What a disappointment this was. First, the recipe was incomplete as were the directions. The picture on the package wrapper was totally deceptive. Individual cookies came out as one big blob. The ears had to be formed and cut out by hand. I had thought this would be a fun project for grandchildren but they quickly became disinterested when the cookies looked nothing like the picture. Wish I had kept my receipt so I could have returned the pan.

  15. pili says:

    yes i also bought the peeps pan ,any reply for the ingredients on the right ?
    planning on using for Easter 2017

  16. ellen says:

    I bought the silicone peep bunny treat. I would like to make the picture on the bottom left but cannot find a recipe. Please help thanks!!

  17. Penny Serwe says:

    I bought the peep bird cake pan and when I took it out of the oven the top of the cake did not get to the top of pan and was cracked. What was wrong?

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