Peeps is a marshmallow confection intended as a kids' Easter candy. The manufacturer, Just Born Quality Confections, of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, states that Peeps are the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy. A chick was the original which were then followed by bunnies. There are now several other holiday candies made with a similar recipe and process, such as Spooky Cats for Halloween, and Snowmen for the winter holidays.
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Lord of the Peeps
A shy young peep struggles to carry a ring to Mordor and cast it into the fiery chasm on Mt Doom. Features a trailer, peep production news, story board, and photographs.
The Official Sacramento Peep Off
Information about Peep-eating competitions including past years' results. Also has Peep related links.
Peep artwork, as well as history, artist pages, and links.
Peeps performing Romeo and Juliet and a spoof of The Blair Witch Project.
A general fan page with some links.
Gallery of multimedia art and sculpture dedicated to the candy.
Tracy & Mia's Peep-O-Rama
A gallery of pictures of peeps traveling to different places, links, and general fan pages.
Washington Post - Peeps Contest
Photos and videos of the winners and finalists of the annual diorama contest.
San Francisco Chronicle: Peeps Rule Roost
Article on the fans the candy has inspired. (April 03, 1999)
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