Peep Inside a Chocolate Egg: The Must-Have Easter Candy

peepchocolateegg.jpgCandyblog awards the Easter candy, Marshmallow Peeps inside a Milk Chocolate Egg, a 5 out of 10, or "Pleasant" on a scale of "Inedible" to "Superb." Guess what it's made of? Just guess!

So yes, this is where Peeps come from—within the thick concave walls of "passable" milk chocolate. Some of Candyblog's commenters pointed out that with some graham crackers and a source of heat, this candy could double as filling for s'mores. Granted, the Peep would die in the process, but it all ends up in the same place anyway.

Previously: DIY Peeps, WaPo Peeps Diorama Contest, Pimp Your Peeps, Ten Plagues of Peeps.

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