St. Patrick’s Day Mint Chocolate Lucky Charms Bark
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I made this with my daughter and she loved helping and eating it of course. This bark is not only cute for St. Patrick’s Day but it has the 2 best flavors, mint and chocolate.
And I will pretend that my husband thinks mint chocolate tastes like toothpaste. That just means more mink bark of us! I used the green lucky charms cereal but you could use the classic version as well. The cereal tastes great with the chocolate and looks just adorable. I love an easy treat that the kids can help with. Perfect for St. Patrick’s day!
St. Patrick's Day Mint Chocolate Lucky Charms Bark
1 pound chocolate flavored almond bark
1/8 teaspoon mint (or peppermint) extract
3/4 cup green & gold lucky charms cereal
3/4 cup green mint m&m candies
green or St. Patrick’s theme sprinkles
Line a baking half sheet with parchment paper or a silpat mat.
Melt the chocolate almond bark according to the package directions then stir in the mint extract.
Pour the chocolate onto the prepared baking sheet.
Sprinkle with the cereal, m&m candies & sprinkles.
Let set up in the fridge then break into desired sized pieces and enjoy!
Yield: 1 recipe, Serving Size: 1
- Amount Per Serving:
- Calories: 2728 Calories
- Total Fat: 227.8g
- Carbohydrates: 119.6g
- Fiber: 58.1g
- Sugar: 29.5g
- Protein: 98g
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