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Midnight Baking With Bwog: Rice Krispeeps™

The final product

The final product

Did your parents send you a fuckload of peeps in your Easter basket? If not, aka if your parent’s don’t love you, did you go down to Duane Reade and buy them all yourself at half price? Either way, you’ve got a lot of peeps. We feel you. We’re here for you (just like JC, shoutout). Bwog has created the perfect way to get rid of your sugary goodness… by creating the perfect marshmallow treat! 

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups Rice Krispies™
  • 20 Peeps™
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • Or, if you have a fuckload of Peeps™, adjust the recipe to accommodate the Peeps™

Instructions:

  1. Melt butter in a relatively large pot on low heat.
  2. Before the butter burns (@us next time), lie the Peeps™ gently into the butter bath so that they can meet their Maker.
  3. Let the Peeps™ melt, but DO NOT mix them or else you’ll fuck up the colors.
  4. Once the Peeps™ have melted, gently stir in the Rice Krispies™ until your Peeps™ and cereal are stuck together like you and Christ (or like Christ on a cross).
  5. Put some Pam™ in your pan, or more accurately, on your casserole dish (How Ina are we?)
  6. Place your mixture in your dish and let sit in the fridge for 30 minutes.
  7. Enjoy your treats while you celebrate the Resurrection of Christ.

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