Leprechaun Hat Treats

A Cute St. Patrick’s Day Treat that kids will love to help make! These Leprechaun Hat Treats are easily made by kids with some adult help.

Leprechaun Hat Treats

My three-year-old son and I had some fun in the kitchen this weekend. We made Leprechaun Hat Treats (and other things you will learn about later)!

These are so much fun for St. Patrick’s Day. He really enjoyed helping mommy out. He kept telling me that he was “A Big Helper”.

When my son was covering the marshmallows with the chocolate, I think more disappeared in his belly than made it to the wax paper. He loves chocolate and marshmallows.

He would also name off which marshmallow was for who. He even chased down Dad to give him a chocolate marshmallow. At least he likes to share, right?

Leprechaun Hat Treats


These Leprechaun Hat Treats were great to bond over in the kitchen. He got to be Mommy’s Big Helper and it truly made his day.

How to make Leprechaun Hat Treats

Follow these instructions to create delicious Leprechaun Hats!

Leprechaun Hat Treats

Leprechaun Hats are a perfect treat for St. Patrick’s Day!
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Leprechaun Hat Treats
Prep Time:10 mins
Total Time:10 mins

Ingredients

  • Round Shortbread Cookies
  • Large Marshmallows
  • Dark Chocolate Melting Wafers
  • Green Candy Melts

Instructions

  • Melt the Dark Chocolate Melting Wafers according to the package.
  • Dip the top of the cookies into the chocolate and lay them on wax paper to allow the chocolate to set.
  • Dip the marshmallows into the chocolate using a toothpick. Make sure to cover it the end of the marshmallow. You can leave the end with the toothpick uncovered. Place on wax paper to allow the chocolate to set.
  • Once the chocolate is set on the marshmallows. Melt the green candy melts according to the package.
  • Dip the uncovered end of the marshmallows into the candy melts to give the hat it’s green ribbon.
  • Place the marshmallows down onto the cookies to complete the hat.
Author: Midwestern Moms

What treats do you like to make with your kids? If you don’t have kids, what was your favorite recipe to make while growing up?

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9 Comments

  1. Kristen Kelly says:

    Those are so cute and seem so simple to make! You might have guessed it by my last name, but St. Patrick’s Day is huge in my husband’s family. These may be making it to the Kelly Family St. Patty’s gathering! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Cute, easy and tasty=perfect in my book! My 3 year old loves to be a helper in the kitchen too.

  3. I’ve pinned this inventive treat to my St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest board – what a great idea!!!

  4. These are so cute! My kids would love them. Thanks for sharing at What’d You Do This weekend? I hope you will join us again this Monday morning :)

  5. Very cute and tasty idea! Love it! Thank you for joining us at #purebloglove. We enjoy having you every Thursday night on Thursday night at 8PM, EST through Sunday night. ~Cydnee

  6. Diane Ekwochi says:

    Wonder if a grasshopper would make it easier to make these. Then one could just dip the marshmallows and dip them in green. I’m all about the easy!!!

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