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St. Paddy’s Sweet Treats: With These Lucky Charms, You Can Be Sure of a Sweet St. Patrick’s Celebration

Aside from the green theme, sweet treats are a huge part of St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, just like any other festival. Instead of stressing over Irish bread and Guinness cakes on St. Paddy’s Day, there are several sweet treats you can easily make to impress your guests and satisfy the kids. The good thing about these treats is that you can enjoy them all year round. In this article, we’ll highlight five easy treats and their required ingredients.

White Chocolate Lucky Charms

Move over, Rice Krispie treats; these lucky charms are a delicious variation from the regular. You’ll only need four ingredients for these lucky charms: white chocolate, marshmallows, butter, and lucky charms. 

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There are many interesting ways of making this sweet treat, but there are a few things to keep in mind. Use butter generously so that when the marshmallows harden, you won’t have rocks instead of sweet treats. Also, allow the treats to set for about 2 hours before cutting.

Chocolate Lucky Charms Breakfast Rolls

These mouthwatering breakfast rolls offer flavor and crunch as they are topped with cream cheese icing and chocolate Lucky Charms cereal. If you’d like an extra chocolate flavor (and who wouldn’t?), you can drizzle the rolls with chocolate-flavor syrup.

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To make these breakfast rolls, you’ll need milk chocolate chips, cinnamon rolls with icing, chocolate Lucky Charms cereal, cream cheese, and multicolored nonpareils. These sweet treats only require about forty minutes to make.

Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes Cereal Bars

These cereal bars feature brilliant colors that will catch guests’ eyes before delighting their taste buds with exciting flavors. The required ingredients for these treats are marshmallows, butter, rainbow candy sprinkles, and Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes cereal.

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To make the ultimate cereal bars, microwave butter for about 45 minutes, coat 4 cups of marshmallows with the butter, and microwave for 90 seconds. Then, add cereal and part of the candy sprinkles to the mixture. Top with the remaining sprinkles and cool before cutting as you like.

Lucky Charms Rainbow Bark

This is another sweet treat to enjoy on St. Paddy’s and any other day. Lucky Charms marshmallows and rainbow candy sprinkles serve as a topping over melted white vanilla baking chips, creating an irresistible flavor.

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For these sweet treats, the required ingredients are white vanilla baking chips, rainbow candy sprinkles, and original Lucky Charms cereal. Alternatively, you could use marshmallows from your preferred Lucky Charms cereal variety.

Lucky Charms Cereal Bar Cutouts

These no-bake cereal bar cutouts are easy to make and allow you to showcase your creativity as you like. You’ll need miniature marshmallows, rainbow candy sprinkles, decorating cookie icing, butter, and Lucky Charms cereal.

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Microwave butter until it’s almost melted and cover marshmallows with it- then microwave again to melt the marshmallows. Then add cereal and sprinkles and cool for an hour. Remove from the pan with foil, cut into desired shapes, and roll the remaining scraps into 1½-inch balls.

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