Parents·Posted on Mar 25, 201531 Things You Can Do With Peeps That Will Blow Your Kids' MindsMake Easter unforgettable.by Mike SpohrBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Surprise your kids with some Peeps popcorn. yellowblissroad.com And by "surprise" we mean make them worship at your feet. Find the directions here. 2. Make Peepshi. tartlime / Via Flickr: 12163087@N04 Melted chocolate makes the perfect "soy sauce." Find directions here. 3. Turn up the adorableness with these Peeps pudding cups. chicnsavvyreviews.net The dirt is made out of Oreos while the carrots are made out of Starbursts. Find the quick and easy tutorial here. 4. Help your kids get their science on with a Peeps experiment. momto2poshlildivas.com Learn how here. 5. You can also experiment with next level deliciousness by making Peeps s'mores. sallysbakingaddiction.com And you thought s'mores couldn't possibly get any better. Find the directions here. 6. Enjoy some Peep fondue. cookingchanneltv.com Learn more here. 7. Turn Peeps into play dough. growingajeweledrose.com It's taste-safe, so all ages can play with it. Learn how to make some here. 8. Pull a rabbit out of a candy hat. notyourmommascookie.com The "hat" is made out of a chocolate sandwich cookie (like an Oreo), jumbo marshmallows, and black candy melts. Find the recipe here. 9. Make some Peeps pancakes. idea via: ieicecream.com 25. Idea from i.e. ice cream. 10. Brighten your kids' day with a Peeps bouquet. rookno17.com You can find everything you need to make this at the dollar store. Learn more here. 11. Sew a basket full of Peeps plushies. dandelionsandlace.blogspot.com Find the patten — plus directions — here. 12. Turn your Peeps tropical. sugarswings.com Learn how to make these hula bunny Peeps here. 13. You can turn Peeps into ballerinas, too. sheknows.com Learn more here. 14. Serve Peeps Easter cake. creativepartyideasbycheryl.blogspot.com With cake that matches the color of the peeps. Find out how here. 15. Make (or challenge your kids to make) a Peeps diorama. Macey Fonda / buzzfeed.com This one is of a strip club, but yours can be more family friendly. 16. Give your kid a piece of Peep-za. blog.cookingchanneltv.com Don't worry, it's a dessert (not actual pizza). Find the recipe here. 17. Make a batch of Peeps cupcakes. lovefromtheoven.com Find the recipe here. 18. Or top off a push pop cupcake with a delicious Peep. thecountrychiccottage.net Yum. Find out how here. 19. Make Peeps cake batter candy. cookiesandcups.com These are Peeps that taste like cake. You're welcome. Find the recipe here. 20. Cover Peeps in chocolate. cincyshopper.com Proving you can't have too much of a good thing. Learn more here. 21. Show your rainbow loom loving kids this Peep charm tutorial. youtube.com Watch the tutorial here. 22. You can also crotchet Peeps. etsy.com Or, if that sounds a little ambitious, you can order five crotched Peeps here for $7. 23. Serve some colorful Peeps kabobs. athriftymom.com These look impressive, but are super easy to make. Find the recipe here. 24. Assemble The Avengers... Peeps style. sugarswings.com Find directions for The Avengers plus Peeps versions of The Beatles, Kiss, Sesame Street, and famous paintings here. 25. Dress up an Easter day beverage with a Peeps straw. theautocrathaley.blogspot.com Learn more here. 26. Play "Don't Eat The Peep!" with your kids. thirtyhandmadedays.com This game is perfect for younger kids. Find the board printable — plus game directions — here. 27. Make your Minecraft fans some Peepers, I mean, Creepers. saynotsweetanne.com Learn how here. 28. Replace your usual centerpiece with a Peep topiary. thehungrymouse.com Learn more here. 29. Turn some Peeps into hardcore skaters. sweetsimplestuff.com The boards are made with Vienna Fingers cookies. Learn how here. 30. Make the Easter wreath to end all Easter wreaths. mommysavers.com It is incredible plus cheap to make. Learn more here. 31. Dream up your own awesome use for Peeps. imgur.com Like this tribute to Super Mario Brothers. Want great parenting tips in your inbox twice a week? Sign up for the BuzzFeed Parents newsletter!