Easter Peeps Cake
Easter Peeps Cake is the perfect dessert to serve for the whole family! The children will love this delicious cake topped with jelly beans and sides covered in Peeps marshmallow treats. This dessert recipe is so simple and easy to prepare, but everyone will think you spent a long time making it!
To make this scrumptious and fun cake you will need 2 prepared cake layers (either square or round will work), white frosting (I used Homemade Cream Cheese Frosting), shredded coconut, green food coloring, jelly beans and 3 packages of Peeps (any color you choose but you want to use the bunny shape so they will stand and stick on sides).
Start by frosting your cake layers and set to the side. Next put shredded coconut in a ziploc bag, add 5-6 drops of green food coloring and 1 tsp of water. Close the bag and start shaking until all the coconut has been dyed green. Sprinkle the green coconut on top of the cake. Open the Peeps and assemble around the sides of the cake. Assemble jelly beans on top and now your Easter Peeps Cake is ready to serve!
Easter Peeps Cake is a crowd pleaser! Everyone loves this cake for Easter celebrations! Perfect for Spring too!
If you love this Easter Peeps Cake be sure to check out —->Sunflower Peeps Cake
Easter Peeps CakePrint Recipe
- 2 prepared cake layers either square or round - 8x8 or 9x9
- 1 jar of white frosting
- 1 cup shredded coconut
- green food coloring
- 1 tsp water
- jelly beans
- 3 packages of Peeps® bunny shape
- Lay one prepared cake layer on plate.
- Frost a thin layer on top of cake and lay the other cake layer on top of it.
- Next frost the whole cake on top and sides; set aside.
- Place shredded coconut into a ziploc bag, add 5-6 drops of green food coloring and 1 tsp of water.
- Close bag and shake until all of the coconut is dyed green.
- Sprinkle coconut on top of the cake.
- Open Peeps® packages and assemble around the sides of the cake.
- Place jelly beans on top of the cake.
- Serve and enjoy!
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This is awesome! What a really cute cake.
Oh my goodness the Peeps always put a smile on my face. I love your cake! Hope to see you this coming Friday at the linky party. My kids would go nuts for this cake. I will pin ya now!
So cute! I like it just as much as the Sunflower Peeps Cake!
Thanks for linking up at Motivation Monday!
Those little peeps are so versatile! Thank you for linking up again with us at the #WWDParty and sharing this great recipe. Have a wonderful weekend!
What great Peeps Cakes! Thank you so much for sharing this special recipe with Full Plate Thursday and have a fantastic week!
Awe! What a cute cake! Great decorating idea!
Lovely cake! Thanks for again sharing this at my Facebook Milestone Link Party :)! Btw it’s one of the most popular recipes submitted at the party 🙂
Love this Easter Peeps Cake!
What a fun cake!
My sister made this last year and it was a big hit!
Loved it had fun making it with my niece and nephew we kinda went overboard with the bunny’s and eggs But OH WHAT FUN!!!AND it Tastes Good To!!!