WARMINSTER, PA - APRIL 18: Pink and yellow Marshmallow Peeps are seen April 18, 2003 in Warminster, Pennsylvania. Just Born, the manufacturer of Marshmallow Peeps, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Marshmallow Peeps, and now produces more than one billion individual Peeps per year. Last Easter, more than 700 million Marshmallow Peeps and Bunnies were consumed by men, women, and children throughout the United States. Strange things people like to do with Marshmallow Peeps: eat them stale, microwave them, freeze them, roast them and use them as a pizza topping. Marshmallow Peeps and Bunnies come in five colors. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

Easter Peeps! I never really got the whole “peeps” thing. They’re sugar coated marshmallow “chicks” that don’t look like chicks and don’t really taste like anything.

BUT, I still buy them every year for tradition’s sake. I will usually have a few to remind myself that I really don’t care for them. I mean, who ever said “Those peeps are soooo good?”

(Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

(Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

They are,  however, fun and easy to decorate with.

Here’s something you can do with the kids tomorrow during the snowstorm: build an Easter cake out of peeps.

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