Peeps Just Launched 5 New Flavors for Easter 2020. Here’s Where to Find Them All!
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The new Peeps flavors are comin' in hot. Hot Tamales, that is!
The temperatures are rising, slowly but surely, and Easter is almost here. When most people think Easter candy, it’s all about the chocolate, like Reese’s peanut butter bunny. When we think about Easter, though, there’s only one thing on our minds: sugar-encrusted, marshmallowy Peeps.
Last year, nine new Peeps flavors hit the shelf to fill up our Easter baskets. This year, five more flavors are joining the roster.
Where to Buy the New Peeps Flavors
Sweeten up your season with all the new Peeps flavors, ranging from sweet to spicy. (Yup, there are spicy Peeps now!) We hope you’re ready for a hunt, because not all of these Peeps are available everywhere.
Here’s what to look for this Easter:
Root Beer Float Peeps
Hot Tamales Peeps
- You can only find Hot Tamales Peeps ($1.50) at Kroger stores. Add to your next order for grocery pick-up or delivery!
Chocolate Pudding Peeps
- Buy on Amazon ($6)
Froot Loops Peeps
- Buy at Target ($2)
- Buy at Target ($2)
We had the privilege of trying each flavor, and we can confirm they all taste just like their counterparts. Hot Tamales Peeps are a soft, cinnamony twist on Hot Tamales candy, and Froot Loops Peeps taste exactly like a bowl of cereal. Plus, the Froot Loops Peeps come on a stick for easy snacking.
The Best Returning Peeps Flavors
Peeps is also bringing back flavors from years past, including Blue Raspberry and Cotton Candy. Here’s a partial list:
- Blue Raspberry Peeps
- Cotton Candy Peeps
- Fruit Punch Peeps
- Party Cake Peeps
- Sour Watermelon Peeps
- Coconut Delights
- Chocolate Caramel Delights
- Strawberry Delights
You can also find classic Peeps in a much smaller size. Egg Hunt Peeps ($6), are available in a 24-pack at Walmart. They’re just the right size to squeeze into plastic eggs for a backyard egg hunt.