What’s better than regular gold? Gold you can eat and you’ll love the taste of these Lucky Charms Dipped Oreos.
This simple recipe can easily be done for an after school snack or whenever you have a quick five minutes to make some magic. You can even enjoy it with yummy leprechaun milk, which your kids will love even more.
Mila and I have still not saw the leprechaun playing tricks in our house. Our Pete the Cat book told us the only day you can catch one is on St. Patrick’s Day so we’re getting all our leprechaun bait ready.
We’re working on our leprechaun trap to set out the night before St. Patrick’s Day too! Hopefully that’ll do the trick.
This little recipe here was supposed to be leprechaun bait, but Mila decided it would be better suited for little girls. So, she just ate them instead. I can’t say I blame her!
For another magically delicious treat, you’ll need:
- Golden Oreos
- Lucky Charms
- White Chocolate
The first thing you need to do is melt your white chocolate. I used the microwaveable kind because it’s way easier and quicker for us. Just make sure you microwave in small increments and stir frequently.
After it’s all melted, dip your Golden Oreos in the white chocolate and set them on wax paper.
Before the chocolate is cooled, place Lucky Charms on them. I did it randomly and in between coating the Oreos. The chocolate seemed to cool off pretty quickly!
While you wait, you can make some leprechaun milk to enjoy with your Lucky Charms Dipped Oreos.
All you need to do is add some green food coloring to milk and enjoy!
Mila was very pleased with these and did not seem to want to share with the leprechaun in our house. It was a fun little snack that only took a few minutes to make.
What has been your favorite St. Patrick’s Day recipe I’ve shared so far?
I love this idea! My almost 3 year olds favorite snacks, oreos and lucky charms (marshmallows only)! I’ll have to give this a try!! Thanks for sharing!
I didn’t know they have blond Oreo ones now! Where have I been? Lol These look fantastic!
I am glad, Oreos can look this good. Now, I wanna try this recipe.
I just bought golden Oreos for the first time, I usually go for the chocolate. Excited to try!
This is such a fun idea! I love that it doesn’t require a lot of items.
looks so cute! definitely a lovely idea for the upcoming easter. and as a huge lover of oreo anything to make them shine even more gets my approval. as is.
This is an absolutely adorable idea!
Yummy, the vanilla Oreos are so good. this will be fun to try with my granddaughter.
Wow! I definitely have to try this recipe with my nephews!
ok, I am in love with this fun and yummy treat now..
These look delicious, saving for later use!