Lucky Bars

I’m not sure if its just me but I feel as though celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is more geared towards adults. Aside from the pretty watercolor and glitter spackled rainbows and shamrocks there isn’t much child participation. Last year I spent St. Patty’s at a gorgeous cabin on Lake Peppin. It was a family focused weekend as the little ones tagged along. My room mate Emiley and I were charged with finding kid friendly things to incorporate into the weekend. As I searched through Pinterest very little caught my attention. That is until I saw the Lucky Charm Bars by My version is almost identical with the addition of more marshmallows and sans sprinkles. The only reason I didn’t use sprinkles was because I couldn’t find any as pretty as the ones she used. The treats were such a success I made them for family dinner when I got home…the fact that my sister decided to set the entire Tupperware, treats and all on fire is a whole other story…



  • 4 T. Butter + 1 T.
  • 1.5 bags mini marshmallows
  • 6 C. Lucky Charms + 1 cup Lucky Charms marshmallows


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