Decades of science experiments with Peeps have been building to this: the Illinois dairy group Prairie Farms announced this week that they're debuting a line of Peeps-flavored milks this spring, just in case the children of America need even more marshmallow before 9am on Easter morning.
The Peeps milk will come in three varieties. There's your classic Marshmallow Milk, Chocolate Marshmallow Milk, and then something called "Easter Egg Nog," which, as far as we can tell, contains no traces of bourbon or rum. The trio will hit shelves during the first week of March, but unfortunately these guys are only coming to the Midwest. If you're on the East or West Coast, well, looks like you're stuck with the actual candy. But we imagine mixing some nuked Peeps into a quart of 2% will produce similar results.
Kristin Hunt is a Food/Drink staff writer for Thrillist. She'll pass on the Peeps milk, but would gladly accept a Reese's egg milkshake. Follow her at @kristin_hunt.