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Pancakes & Syrup Peeps

Old May 4, 19, 12:59 pm
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Pancakes & Syrup Peeps

I don't even hate to admit they're better than not half bad.
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Old May 4, 19, 1:45 pm
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I am not sure what this means, but I am going to say that, while I have never been a big fan of pancakes or waffles, my cousin will make waffles using her waffle iron and krusteaz waffle mix.

I will take one hot fresh waffle, place some butter and some real maple syrup on it. It will be heaven,

She makes them for me twice a year. One when I visit her family on Christmas and another when the family rents a beach house in Maine together in July. Yes, she travels with a waffle maker, bless her.

I eat eat no other waffle lest I sully the memory of these waffles accidentally with off brand mixes, or not real maple syrup.
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Old May 4, 19, 2:32 pm
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Originally Posted by bitterproffit View Post
I am not sure what this means...
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OMG, just ignore my post about real waffles, I was hungry. LOL

I thought you meant Peeps as in 'people'. I have been hanging around my students too much.

Those look horrible but I am glad you enjoyed them.
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Hey Beavis, the box says 10 chicks!
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Old May 5, 19, 4:41 am
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Just to be clear, these are marshmallows flavored with maple?
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Old May 5, 19, 10:25 am
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Originally Posted by BamaVol View Post
Just to be clear, these are marshmallows flavored with maple?
Just to be clear, I wouldn't call it exactly "maple." It is syrup, and of course, pancakes. I wouldn't be surprised if one day you'd find these on top of a stack at the Maison Internationale des CrÍpes.
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Old May 5, 19, 10:53 am
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Originally Posted by BamaVol View Post
Just to be clear, these are marshmallows flavored with maple?
We live in prime Peeps territory and see all their variations on Marshmallow with Chemical Additives. Can't imagine being bold enough to try the Pancakes with Syrup variation, but the holiday tree mint ones covered in dark chocolate are pretty good.
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Originally Posted by CDTraveler View Post
We live in prime Peeps territory and see all their variations on Marshmallow with Chemical Additives. Can't imagine being bold enough to try the Pancakes with Syrup variation, but the holiday tree mint ones covered in dark chocolate are pretty good.
I didnít even want to try peeps flavored Oreos.
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Wait, people actually eat those? I thought they were for microwaving to see how big you could get them without starting a fire... or for burning down your house when failing at it.
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Originally Posted by der_saeufer View Post
Wait, people actually eat those? I thought they were for microwaving to see how big you could get them without starting a fire... or for burning down your house when failing at it.
A friend stocks up on Peeps after Easter and uses them all summer at camp fires instead of marshmallows.
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Old May 6, 19, 9:12 am
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A friend stocks up on Peeps after Easter and uses them all summer at camp fires instead of marshmallows.
As do we. Sticking to the basic bunnies and chicks. They're amazing, the sugar get's a carmelized on the outside, and we all cheer when the eyes go "pop" and disappear. Much better than plain old marshmallows. Bunnies are better than chicks because they're flat.
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Originally Posted by kipper View Post
A friend stocks up on Peeps after Easter and uses them all summer at camp fires instead of marshmallows.
Dammit. Now I want s'mores.
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Old May 6, 19, 11:19 am
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Originally Posted by milepig View Post
As do we. Sticking to the basic bunnies and chicks. They're amazing, the sugar get's a carmelized on the outside, and we all cheer when the eyes go "pop" and disappear. Much better than plain old marshmallows. Bunnies are better than chicks because they're flat.
Interesting. I didn't realize there was a scale among them.
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Dammit. Now I want s'mores.
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Old May 7, 19, 9:10 am
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Interesting. I didn't realize there was a scale among them.

Sorry!
The bunnies just fit better on the s'more since they're sort of the same shape.

The other thing we discovered over the years is that the perfect accompaniment for s'mores is Prosecco.
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