Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway Hop, hosted by BookHounds.

For those who celebrate Easter, a slightly early Happy Easter to you. And for those who celebrate Passover, happy middle of Passover. For those who are just happy to celebrate the beginning of Spring, happy that. Longer days and warmer weather are always something to celebrate, in some places more than others.

As someone who celebrates Passover, and who has a birthday at this time of year, one of my childhood memories is of not being able to have birthday cake or a party at my birthday more often than not. At that time, there just wasn’t much in the way of baked goods that were Kosher for Passover. Except this one cinnamon crumble coffee cake that was surprisingly yummy, but not exactly birthday-cake material. Based on the offerings at the grocery store this week, solutions for this particular dilemma now abound!

But it isn’t Easter without some mention of Peeps. I still don’t believe they are a food, but they clearly make great dioramas. This one struck a chord and a funny bone, as I remember when my room did look kind of like this – except that the stairs went the other way. My room was at the top of the house when I was in high school.

Maybe you want a good book to read with your Peeps? Even when this blog hop is over, it still won’t be too late! (Especially if you like your Peeps “well seasoned”)

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183 thoughts on “Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway Hop

  1. Peeps are great fire starters (from what I have been told). I would never eat them or even touch them. Yuck.

  2. Definitely both. I can still remember seeing how far I could stretch them. They are really sweet but hey, it’s a once a year sugar rush. Happy everything to everyone who celebrates.
    Caro! L

  3. Well you might could play with them but at my house they get eaten so fast, a person wouldn’t know

  4. Peeps are for both!

    I’m sure my daughters would disagree to that answer though. Mainly because every time they come out with a new flavor I buy a pack. Then I put them on the fridge or microwave for later. Just later never comes! lol. Now whenever I see a new one my kids are like ‘really mom? are you going to eat them this time???’

  5. To play with cause I don’t like to eat peeps. Ever since I was a child I’ve never liked them. Thank you and I hope you have a great Easter.

  6. I don’t like eating them, and I’ve seen some really funny scenes made with them. They’re for playing with!

  7. I never really played with them but you could if you want to :-):-) thank you for this opportunity.

  8. I have loved Peeps (and Cadbury Eggs) since I was a child! It’s a good thing Easter candy is only around once a year!

  9. Peeps are to eat and play with, if you’re lucky enough to not have them eaten right away.

  10. My great grandchildren love eating them. I really don’t care for anything with marshmallows in it!!!

  11. I am allergic to them, so I have never been able to eat them. But they can definitely be for both playing and eating. 🙂

  12. I loved crunchy Peeps when I was a kid, but don’t eat them anymore so they’re only for play.

  13. Both! Although one babysitter when I was a kid thought they were for microwaving… I’ll let you imagine how THAT turned out. 🐥

  14. I love to eat Peeps. I even like them when they get stale and crunchy. I love all things marshmallow.

  15. Peeps are not food. Peeps are not toys. Peeps are a waste of the earth’s energy.
    Thanks for the contest.

  16. Both. I have done dioramas with peeps. I love letting them get hard and then eating them.

  17. Purely for amusement, I would say they aren’t even edible except people eat them every year.

  18. I would rather play with them, but if you leave them around the kitchen, my hubby will eat them all!! Lol

  19. not a fan of peeps but i would say to decorate with, have seen some cute centerpieces with em.

  20. well,her in my country we dont have Peeps….so i never even smell them before……….so i would say eat…so i can try them!!!!

  21. Does nibbling the colored sugar off the peep count as play? Then chomp down- best when aged at least a week before eating.

  22. Peeps are not available here in NZ so I’ve not no idea what they are like to either eat or play with.

  23. I have no idea what peeps are, but they look like they’d be sickly sweet, so I wouldn’t eat them.

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