Shamrock Pretzel Pops

Shamrock Pretzel Pops

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! Do you send in treats for your kids classroom or take treats in to work? If you do, you should definitely try out these Shamrock Pretzel Pops. Not only are they delicious, but they’re easy to make and just so {darn} cute!

Here’s how you make them:

You Will Need:
1 bag Mini Pretzels
1 bag Plain M&Ms (sorted, get only the green ones)
1 bag Rolo candy
Cake/Cookie Pop Sticks
Pretty Ribbon
Parchment Paper

Shamrock Pretzel Pop Steps

Step 1: Assemble all your supplies. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.

Step 2: Arrange 3 mini pretzels into the shape of a shamrock, with the bottoms grouped together. Repeat this step until your cookie sheet is full of pretzel shamrocks.

Step 3: Place an unwrapped Rolo candy into the center of each pretzel shamrock so that the Rolo is touching all three pretzels.

Step 4: Carefully place cookie sheet in oven and bake for 3-5 minutes or until the caramel gets soft. Remove from oven.

Step 5: Immediately after you remove from oven, do 2 things at once: 1) Place an M&M on the top of the Rolo and 2) insert pop stick into the bottom of the Rolo. Press gently down on the Rolo candy, adjusting the pretzels so that they are still grouped close.

Step 6: Let pops cool completely. You can stick them in the freezer for a few minutes to speed this process up.

Step 7: Tie a pretty ribbon bow around the pop stick. For work or classroom parties: You can wrap the top with a clear plastic bag first before tying the ribbon around the stick for freshness.

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I just love how pretty these turned out and that sweet pretzel and chocolate taste is fantastic! A super “LUCKY” Sweet treat that’s perfect for your party!

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Comments

  1. delina wille says:

    Adorable!!! Very cute and yummy to boot!

  2. yay am making these for our homeschool co-op’s annual st patty’s day partay! great stuff :)
    jen

  3. Place an “unwrapped” Rolo on the pretzels?

  4. My children are allergic to chocolate. Could you suggest an alternative to the M&M’s & Rolos?
    Thank you! They are really cute and we’d love to make them!

  5. Hi. Just wanted to let you know that I will be featuring your pretzel recipe on my blog roundup later today. Thank you for sharing such a cute idea.

  6. Look at how cute these are! I love them! Great idea!

  7. Martha Soto says:

    Lovely and Yummy Idea, I’ll do it with my daughter ♥
    Thanks!!!

  8. Awesome idea! I just made these (without the sticks) and they taste delicious! The only tedious thing was the M&M part; I needed to use a spoon to push it down. :) I am going to make these for my son’s preschool class! Happy St. Patty’s Day!

  9. THANKS! Gonna use this for Kids Cafe at church tomorrow! And I don’t have to stay up late to make cupcakes—can get all the stuff pre-made at the store! Sooooo appreciate you!

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