Surprise Recipe Swap – Marshmallow Peanut Butter Eggs


So have I told you about this super fun blogging group I’m in?? It’s called the Surprise Recipe Swap! Each month, I’m assigned to a blog and I get to pick a recipe to make & write about it. Someone in return is assigned to my blog. The 20th of each month is always the big reveal. If you’re interested in joining our blogging group, click on image above and you’ll be directed to sign up form. It’s a great way to network with other bloggers and find some great recipes!

Perfect #Easter #Dessert - Marshmallow Peanut Butter Eggs. Recipe @

This month, I had the pleasure of poking around Spatulas on Parade. Dawn is a mom, grandma, country gal & an animal lover. On her blog, she shares the recipes she makes for her family. Dawn loves to cook and bake, so she has something for everyone.

#Easter #Eggs Peanut Butter Eggs. Get the recipe @

I’ve noticed when it comes to Surprise Recipe Swap, I always check out dessert recipes first. It’s a good excuse for me to make sweet treats. :) As soon as I saw Dawn’s recipe for Marshmallow Peanut Butter Eggs, I knew I found the prefect recipe to feature. It’s the perfect treat to share for Easter….and I’m totally obsessed with peanut butter & chocolate desserts. These little eggs taste just like (if not better!!) what you can buy in the Easter isle at the store. I take that back — these peanut butter eggs are better — they have sprinkles. :)

Homemade Marshmallow Peanut Butter Eggs. #EasterDessert Recipe @  #easy #dessert

The best part of this recipe — marshmallow fluff! I’ve had a jar of marshmallow fluff just sitting in my pantry, waiting to be used. Well thanks Dawn, you’ve unleashed a Marshmallow Fluff Monster. I love the consistency and sweetness it gives these little peanut butter eggs! And since I only used half of the jar, I’m searching for recipes on Pinterest to find more ways to use it.

Make your own Peanut Butter Eggs! #easter Recipe posted at The Tasty Fork

Easter is just over a week away — make these cute little Marshmallow Peanut Butter Eggs for the perfect Easter treat!

#Easter is here! Make your own Peanut Butter Eggs with a secret ingredient! Recipe @ The Tasty Fork

Marshmallow Peanut Butter Eggs


  • 12 tbsp butter, softened
  • 2 cups powdered sugar
  • 14 oz peanut butter
  • 1 cup marshmallow fluff
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • dark chocolate chips or candy bark for coating
  • Sprinkles for decorating


  1. Put the butter and 1 cup of powdered sugar in a bowl. Mix on medium speed with a hand mixer. Mix for about 2 minutes or until the consistency is light and fluffy.
  2. Add peanut butter, marshmallow fluff and vanilla. Mix on medium speed until well blended. Gradually add the remaining powdered sugar, 1/4 cup at a time, until the candy is a workable texture; not too sticky and easy to handle. You might need to add a little more powdered sugar to get a more workable consistency.
  3. Using a large spoon, scoop the candy onto the spoon and press into the spoon. It should shape like an egg. Peel off of spoon. Put it on a baking sheet lined with wax paper and continue until mix is gone. About 3 dozen.
  4. Put the eggs in the fridge to firm up, about an hour. (I let mine sit over night, so they were really firm.) Once firm, melt chocolate and coat the eggs. Sprinkle with colored sprinkles if you want.
  5. Return to the fridge and allow to firm. Store in fridge up to 2 weeks in a air tight container. When ready to eat, allow to come to room temperature first for best taste.
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I made a few changes but the original recipe for Marshmallow Peanut Butter Eggs can be found here!

meghan sig


51 Responses

  1. amy brandon says

    what kind of chocolate do you use and do u have to mix with anything to melt?

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  5. Danie says

    It looks so yummy, my stomach was rumbling at first sight. I feel like Winnie the Pooh looking at a jar of honey.

    • admin says

      LOL! That’s a great analogy!!!

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  7. Rachel @ {I Love} My Disorganized Life says

    Peanut butter and chocolate are a huge hit around this house. I can’t wait to make these! I wish I could just reach into my computer and grab one {or three!}

    • admin says

      LOL! I love it!!

  8. Vicki Greene says

    Made these yesterday as a Easter gifts. Yummy.

    • admin says

      That’s great, Vicki!!

  9. Nut Spread says

    I can’t get over the fact that the marshmallow peanut butter eggs look so cute! The star shaped sprinkles are making things even better. I think I am going to try lots of different kind of sprinkles. Your Recipe Swap posts sounds fun by the way.

    • admin says

      Sprinkles makes everything better! You should sign up for the swap! It’s fun! We get our new assigned blog for the month on the 1st, so you still have time!

  10. Monica says

    These peanut butter eggs look so adorable and tasty! Peanut butter is my favorite; I should make this for Easter! Thanks for the recipe! (:

    • admin says

      Thanks, Monica! I hope you make these eggs for Easter!!

  11. Jocelyn @BruCrew Life says

    Yum yum yum!!! Peanut butter eggs are my favorite treat at Easter. I usually make them every year for my kiddos!!!

    • admin says

      My favorite, too!! This was the first time I made them and I’ll probably make them year round :)

  12. Sue says

    stopping by from SITSSharefest

    Those look absolutely yummy. Thanks for sharing :)

    • admin says

      You’re welcome, Sue! Thanks for stopping by. SITS Sharefest is an awesome link party!

  13. suzyhomemaker says

    Yummy. I like the fact that the ratio of peanut butter to chocolate is much greater then a store bought one. The peanut butter is my favorite part.

    • admin says

      I totally agree!! Peanut Butter is the best part!

  14. Andrea says

    I made my husband stop at the store on his way home from work so I could make these!

    • admin says

      You’ve got an awesome husband!! :)

  15. Jen says

    Just seen these on Pinterest they look great, looking for some fun easter treats to make with the kids and I think they’ll just love these!

    • admin says

      Kids and adults will love them!! Thanks for coming by, Jen!

  16. Medeja says

    I can almost imagine the taste! Really great treat! Maybe I wouldn’t shape them as eggs, would be really great for anytime I want something sweet

    • admin says

      Sure! You can shape them into anything you want. It’s a very versatile treat!

  17. Chrissy says

    These look delicious! I know that my boys will love them, I am going to give them a try! Would you consider sharing this recipe and any others you may have over at my Pinterest Power Party?


  18. Bibi @ Bibi's Culinary Journey says

    Meghan, they look so pretty & festive! I might have to make these for Easter :)

    • admin says

      They’re great!!! Perfect for Easter!

  19. Bill Early says

    And as a lucky sampler I and state that these little treats were as DELICIOUS as they were eye catching. If you make them, I suggest you double the recipe.

  20. Julie says

    NOM NOM NOM. These make me want to do that. LOL. They look super delicious, Meghan! You definitely picked a winning recipe. :)

    • admin says

      You’ll love them, Julie!

  21. Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust says

    These are amazing! LOVE the PB and Fluff!

    • admin says

      Thanks Dorothy!!

  22. Winnie says

    These are gorgeous !! They look cute and delicious
    I’m pinning this

    • admin says

      Thanks Winnie! It’s the perfect treat for Easter!

  23. melissa {persnickety plates} says

    I always look for the desserts first, too!

    These are so cute. I love the plate, too =)

    • admin says

      Thanks Melissa! The plate was an impulse buy the other day. I love it too!!

  24. Amy | Amy's Cooking Adventures says

    I if had MM fluff in my house, I would be making these this second – I sense a store run coming on!

    • admin says

      I’ve learned MM Fluff should be a pantry must have :)

  25. Elaine @ Cooking to Perfection says

    I’m a sucker for marshmallow fluff. I always have a jar in my pantry. These eggs are so perfect for Easter and I love how easy they are to make!! Who needs to buy Easter candy when you can make these?

    • admin says

      EXACTLY!! Thanks Elaine!

  26. Sheena @ Hot Eats and Cool Reads says

    These look so delicious!! Can’t wait to try them!

    • admin says

      I hope you’ll love them, Sheena!

  27. Dawn ~ Spatulas On Parade says

    Hi Meghan. So glad you found these and enjoyed them. My family loves them and want to know if I’ll be making them as the Easter treat. lol
    You did a beautiful job and thanks for the sprinkles! Great cute idea

    • admin says

      Dawn, thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe!!

  28. Cynthia L. says

    Oh My, I saw this recipe on Google+ and was excited to read that you are a member of SRS. I am too. I love this group and have fun seeing what everyone comes up with!

    I must make these! Great recipe!

    • admin says

      Hi Cynthia!! So glad you came by! I love SRS! Can’t wait to check out what you made today :)

  29. Heather @ Sugar Dish Me says

    Do you even know how much I love peanut butter eggs? Dawn @ Spatulas on Parade was assigned my blog last month. SRS is so fun.
    Marshmallow Fluff– make marshmallow buttercream and put it on everything. Or use it as the filling for oatmeal cream pies. Or put it on a peanut butter sandwich. Yeah!!

    • admin says

      Heather, if you didn’t like peanut butter eggs we probably wouldn’t be friends. ;) I’m heading over to your page to check out your SRS review!


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