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Peeps, as nostalgic sweets lovers may recall, got their start with those iconic yellow marshmallow chicks for Easter. Then Peeps, a brand by American company Just Born, expanded to offer Peeps to fans for other holidays like Halloween and Christmas. Now for the first time ever, with the new line of Peeps Minis, the brand's candies are no longer just limited to seasonal treats, they're available to consumers to indulge in 365 days a year.
|New Peeps Minis in flavors like Sour Watermelon, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|There's a Party in Every Bag of Peeps Minis, MommyBlogExpert.com|
Brightly colored Peeps Minis chicks, which come in red (Strawberry Creme), brown (Chocolate Creme) and green (Sour Watermelon), are gluten-free, fat-free and just 14 calories each. What's more is they have a suggested list price of just $3.99 a bag and can be found now on store shelves nationwide and year round as well as online at peepsandcompany.com.
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Peeps Minis along with all other Peeps products are produced in the USA in a landfill free facility by Just Born Quality Confections. Just Born also manufactures some of America's popular candy brands including Mike and Ike, Hot Tamales and Goldenberg's Peanut Chews Candies. For more information on Peeps and loads more craft ideas and recipes visit marshmallowpeeps.com or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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