10 Colorful Lucky Charms Recipes That Are Actually Better Than a Pot of Gold
We can't think of foods more appropriate for St. Patrick's Day than these Lucky Charms recipes.
We can't think of a food more appropriate for St. Patrick's Day than Lucky Charms cereal. Reminiscent of our childhood, this breakfast food comes packed with mini marshmallows in the form of rainbows, shooting stars, and other luck-bearing shapes. But, this treat is not limited to a bowl. Like most cereals, Lucky Charms is a great addition to many other sweets and baked goods. The playful, sugary marshmallows are so cute and perfect for St. Patrick's Day. This March, we've got you covered with 10 Lucky Charms treats that will bring you the luck of the Irish.
Lucky Charms Blondies
Blondies, brownie's severely under-rated cousin, are going to make a big splash this St. Patrick's Day. With white chocolate chips and colorful Lucky Charm's marshmallows mixed into the batter, these dessert squares taste like a pot of gold. Get this recipe from The Gold Lining Girl to make them yourself.
Lucky Charms Munch
Can't decide if you want something sweet or if you want something salty? This munchable snack from Deliciously Sprinkled is for you! Like puppy chow, but better, Lucky Charms Munch is a mix of pretzels, marshmallows, sprinkles, and white chocolate. Yes, please!
A Pumpkin and a Princess put a fun twist on classic marshmallow treats by making them with Lucky Charms cereal. We love the pops of color and with only four ingredients, they're a no-brainer. These no-bake treats are so easy to make and will be gone before you know it!
Lucky Charms Milkshake
With the crazy milkshake trend popping up everywhere, we are not surprised to see a Lucky Charms-topped masterpiece from Lemon Tree Dwelling. Infused with marshmallow fluff and crunchy cereal bits, this sugary treat is delicious...right down to the last drop!
Lucky Charms Cupcakes
This lucky dessert goes above and beyond. Instead of just topping the cupcakes with Lucky Charms, the recipe from Inspired by Charm calls for the cereal to be baked right into the batter! We can just imagine the yummy, cereal-filled goodness that awaits.
Lucky Charms Popcorn
Start a new tradition by making this yummy popcorn from A Night Owl Blog to snack on while you celebrate. Drizzle your favorite popcorn with melted candy and sprinkle with Lucky Charms marshmallows. The kids will be catching kernels in the air all day!
No-Bake Ice Box Pie
Our mouths are watering just reading this ingredient list from Community Table. A confetti cloud pie filling on top of a crushed Lucky Charms crust... what could go wrong? With a little luck from the leprechauns, nothing!
Who said you can't have cake for St. Patrick's Day? They may be a little bigger, but Lucky Charms marshmallows work great as sprinkles! We love how Alana Jones-Mann covered an entire cake in the mini bites. It looks so festive and we bet it tastes even better.
Rainbow Candy Bark
We are convinced that somewhere over the rainbow, in a pot of gold, you can find this addictive candy bark. White chocolate topped with frosted cookies, sprinkles, chocolate candy, and Lucky Charms cereal is a dessert even the leprechauns would approve of! We'll be making this recipe from The Domestic Rebel all year long!
Lucky Charms Pancakes
Here's one way to switch up your daily Lucky Charms breakfast. A hearty stack of bright green pancakes topped with whipped cream and lucky cereal is the way to go. Your kids will be thanking their lucky stars when they wake up to this! Make your own insanely cute pancakes with this recipe from Crafty Morning.