Food & Recipes

Delicious Peep S’Mores Dessert In A Skillet

This is sooooo good.

Looking for an Easter-themed dessert that’s a little out of the ordinary, but totally delicious? Well, behold this Peeps s’mores skillet dessert! It’s not delicious, it’s also super festive.

This amazingly ooey-gooey concoction is perfect for Palm Sunday, Easter dinner and other spring family events. The colorful s’mores are super easy to make and they are so yummy. Your whole family will love it!

The recipe is pretty straightforward, so start by gathering all of your ingredients.

peeps candy photo
Getty Images | William Thomas Cain

Ingredients

  • Peeps (3-5 colors)
  • 1/2 stick unsalted butter
  • 1 cup chocolate chips
  • 1 cup salted caramel chips
  • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
  • Graham crackers

peeps candies photo
Getty Images | William Thomas Cain

And now for the fun part: Here’s how to put together this delectable dessert!

Directions

    • Preheat oven to 450
    • Heat cream in bowl for 30 seconds or in pot on medium heat until warm
    • Melt butter
    • Coat bottom of the skillet with melted butter
    • Add chocolate chips to skillet; evenly spread
    • Pour cream over chocolate chips
    • Gently mix to soften
    • Arrange peeps in a pretty pattern
    • Bake 8-10 minutes, until golden brown
    • Serve immediately with graham crackers

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Watch the video below for a full demonstration:

Looking for some other fun recipes to fill up your Easter dessert table?

These Rice Krispie Treat Easter Eggs will surely fit the bill! You’ll need the same ingredients you’d use for regular Rice Krispie treats, and of course, some food coloring. Here’s a recipe from Two Sisters Crafting.

Two Sisters Crafting

To make them, all you have to do is make a three-cup batch of Rice Krispie Treat mixture. The recipe notes to make sure to add the food coloring before you add the Rice Krispie Cereal. Then cover your hands in a small amount of butter, grab a handful of the Rice Krispie Treat mixture and use your hands to form the Easter Eggs.

Two Sisters Crafting

Don’t want to use your hands mold them into an adorable egg shape? You can also use a plastic Easter egg to do the same thing!

If you want to take it up one more notch, dip your Rice Krispie Treat Easter Eggs in chocolate and sprinkles. Here’s a recipe from Kellogg’s.

Kellogg's

Still hungry for more sweet Easter treats? Check out our list of the most popular Easter desserts on Pinterest. There are some beautiful sugary masterpieces on the list.

Your guests will “ooh and ahh” when you slice into this bright multi-colored cake. Get the recipe from The Gunny Sack.

The Gunny Sack

And for a fun take on Easter eggs, whip up some of these Easter Egg Cookie Dough Truffles. Get the recipe from Wine and Glue, where blogger Lisa explains the easy way to dip truffles. Just don’t expect these tasty morsels to last long!

Wine and Glue

Bring a little humor to your holiday with these Bunny Butt Cupcakes. You’ll need chocolate cupcakes, doughnut holes (for the bunny butts!) and coconut and mini marshmallows for decorating. Too cute! Get the recipe from Spend With Pennies.

Spend With Pennies

OK, who’s hungry now? What is your favorite Easter dessert recipe?