Easter Peep Mobiles are sure to be a hit at any party – whether for kids or adults! Peeps on their own are absolutely adorable, but with this peep mobile recipe you are kicking it up a notch by adding in cute cars for them to race around in. Vroom Vroom!
Have your own peep mobile races after Easter dinner for a little fun before they get eaten! This recipe is easy to make and a fun activity for the kids to be able to do with you. Be the hit of the party and bring these with you to this years Easter brunch, dinner or party! These are guaranteed to make everyone smile!
If you are looking for another great Easter dessert using Peeps – then take a peak at our beautiful Easter Peep Cheesecake Recipe! It is almost too pretty to eat.
Easter Peep Mobiles:
- 6 Twinkies
- 8 Peeps, bunny shaped, multi-color
- Black Licorice Ropes or Licorice Wheels
- Wilton Candy Melts Drizzle Pouch (White chocolate)
- 6 Necco Wafer Candies
- 6 Plain M&M’s
- Easter Sprinkles
1. Cut a small chunk out of the middle of the Twinkie without cutting through the bottom or the sides. Reserve these pieces to use the filling from them later.
2. Cut about a fourth off from the bottom of each peep.
3. Place the peeps into the holes of the Twinkies and make a small slit in front of the peep to put a Necco wafer into for the steering wheel.
4. Now, take some of the Twinkie filling reserved from earlier, and “glue” on 2 candy headlights onto the front of each Twinkie.
5. To make the wheels, roll up a piece of the black licorice (about 8 inches long). To do this, dip your fingers in water and run the licorice between them to wet the licorice, then roll. Let those sit and dry for a few minutes.
6. Heat the Wilton Candy Pouch per package directions, and “glue” 4 licorice tires onto each car, let dry.
7. Then take the candy pouch and “glue” on one M&M on the backend of the car.
And now you are done! How cute are these? It looks like they are all lined up ready to race! Let the kids (and adults have a little fun with these Peep mobiles before they enjoy the sweet yummy goodness!
If you are looking for more Easter inspired posts – from desserts to dinners to decor, then see all of our Easter recipes and other related holiday posts here.