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New Peeps!

Hi neighbors!

I am sure you all know what Peeps are!  Those really cute little chicks.  Well, now Peeps are available in new shapes, colors and even flavors!  These are so cute!  You can choose from the chicks, trees, gingerbread men, snowmen, or stars.  They even have a Peep Pop. (See below.)

Look at how cute each one of these are!  Perfect for winter get togethers or parties.  They could be additions to a treat bag you are giving away.  I am thinking S'mores or floating in hot cocoa.

The stars above are peppermint flavored and the little gingerbread men are of course gingerbread flavored.  They really smell good too!

The chocolate covered mint marshmallow trees below were a favorite.  I had to make them share them, so everyone had a little taste.

You can make a nice little display on a plate with all the different shapes available.

This little chick is dipped in chocolate.  We chose this one and the snowmen to float in a cup of hot cocoa.  The stars would probably be nice too!

The little gingerbread men would look good beside a candy cottage.  You know, the little houses you build out of gingerbread and then decorate.  Wouldn't they look great there?  The snowmen could be placed by the house too!  I am really thinking about building one now and using the gingerbread men, snowmen and trees.  Maybe I can figure a way to put a star in the sky.  If I can do this, I will share a picture when I am done.

I snapped a quick picture of my daughter snacking on the chocolate covered, mint flavored tree.  The marshmallow inside is green.

My younger M received the Peep Pop!  She humanely bit off the head first.

If you have another idea on a way to incorporate Peeps into your holidays, be sure to leave a comment and share it with us.

So, when you go shopping for your child's holiday party, or even adult get together, don't forget the holiday Peeps.  They will be available at drug stores, grocery stores and mass retailers nationwide starting Nov. 1st. Have a great weekend!  See you soon, At the Fence!

DisclosurE:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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