This lucky treat sure will brighten up your week and bring your taste buds pure happiness. 🌈 This is like a dessert, but we’re calling it a snack so it’s accepting to eat it all throughout the day. It’s sweet and salty, extremely addictive and just so pretty to look at with all the colors! If you have kiddos, especially ones in a school, these are perfect to bring in for school parties for St. Patricks day! They are so easy to make, it is a great way to incorporate cooking with your little ones! 🍀🦄
You only need a few ingredients, which are hard not to snack on while making this treat, especially those marshmallows. The cereal alone works but we need extra mallows, so I hand picked out an extra cup to make this treat more colorful. I mean come on, who can resist the charms?!
If you are a chocolate lover, chocolate will work but for this recipe I went with white chocolate. White chocolate is my weakness and it’s the perfect coating to make all the colors pop in this treat!… now what are ya waiting for? Let’s make some blarney stones!! 🍀
Blarney Stones Recipe
Makes about 6-8 cups
Takes about 20 minutes
-what you need-
- 2 1/2 cups corn Chex cereal
- 2 cups Lucky Charms
- 1 cup extra marshmallows from Lucky Charms (half for topping)
- 1 cup itty bitty pretzels
- 1 bag Ghirardelli white chips, 11 ounces
- 2 tsp coconut oil (or vegetable)
-what to do-
- Line a baking sheet with parchment.
- In a double boiler, or bowl over pot of simmering water, combine the bag of white chips and coconut oil, mixing until melted and smooth. Let cool slightly.
- In a large bowl combine the Chex mix, lucky charms, half the additional marshmallows and pretzels.
- Pour over the melted white chocolate and mix until combined.
- Dump onto the parchment lined baking sheet, spreading the mix out to about an inch thick and top with the remaining half of marshmallows.
- Refrigerate for 10-15 minutes until hardened.
- When done, with your hands- break into small clumps and ENJOY!!
What does a leprechaun eat for lunch?
A ba-larney sandwich.