Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe

Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe. These easy to make shamrock candy suckers will be a huge hit at your St Patrick's day get-together. They taste great, come together in seconds, and are perfect for gifts or a special treat.





Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe

These easy to make shamrock candy suckers will be a huge hit at your St Patrick’s day get-together. They taste great, come together in seconds, and are perfect for gifts or a special treat.

Did you have leftover Valentine heart candy? Heading out for clearance candy? Well, use those heart shapes to make these super cute, and simple to put together shamrock chocolate candy suckers! Seriously, just a few minutes and you will have adorable shamrocks (clovers) for St. Patrick’s day!! Wrap them in cellophane to keep fresh and to give as gifts.

Follow the easy step by step instructions below to make these sweet and easy shamrock candy suckers!

Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe. These easy to make shamrock candy suckers will be a huge hit at your St Patrick's day get-together. They taste great, come together in seconds, and are perfect for gifts or a special treat.


Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Ingredients:

• 12 oz Dark Green Candy Melts
• 8.87 oz Dove Valentine’s Heart Promises (Milk Chocolate, 1 bag) or Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Hearts

Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Mise en Place:

• 10 Lollipop Sticks
• Bowl
• Spatula or Spoon
• Wax Paper
• Ribbon and/or Cellophane Bags

Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe. These easy to make shamrock candy suckers will be a huge hit at your St Patrick's day get-together. They taste great, come together in seconds, and are perfect for gifts or a special treat.


Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Directions:

• Place your dark green candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat in the microwave for approximately for 3-4 minutes at 50% power, stirring every 30 seconds until completely melted and smooth.

Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe. These easy to make shamrock candy suckers will be a huge hit at your St Patrick's day get-together. They taste great, come together in seconds, and are perfect for gifts or a special treat.


• Hold the chocolate heart with your fingers with the top facing down and dip the top section into the candy melt. Leave a small amount of the chocolate showing.
• Place on wax paper.
• Repeat the chocolate dip with two more chocolate (you need three to form a shamrock).
• Place the bottoms of the hearts in the candy melt and connect them all together.

Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe. These easy to make shamrock candy suckers will be a huge hit at your St Patrick's day get-together. They taste great, come together in seconds, and are perfect for gifts or a special treat.


• Dip the lollipop stick in the candy melt and place in the center of the three hearts. Use the stick to add a little candy melt to the top of the sucker where the hearts connect to make certain they are secure (they will harden together).

Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe. These easy to make shamrock candy suckers will be a huge hit at your St Patrick's day get-together. They taste great, come together in seconds, and are perfect for gifts or a special treat.


• Allow to harden (approximately 15 minutes).
• Place a cellophane bag over the shamrock candy sucker and tie with a ribbon.


Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers Recipe

These easy to make shamrock candy suckers will be a huge hit at your St Patrick’s day get-together. They taste great, come together in seconds, and are perfect for gifts or a special treat.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 3 Minutes
Total Time: 30 Minutes

Ingredients:

12 oz Dark Green Candy Melts
8.87 oz Milk Chocolate Hearts

Directions:

• Place your dark green candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and heat in the microwave for approximately for 3-4 minutes at 50% power, stirring every 30 seconds until completely melted and smooth.
• Hold the chocolate heart with your fingers with the top facing down and dip the top section into the candy melt. Leave a small amount of the chocolate showing.
• Place on wax paper.
• Repeat the chocolate dip with two more chocolate (you need three to form a shamrock).
• Place the bottoms of the hearts in the candy melt and connect them all together.
• Dip the lollipop stick in the candy melt and place in the center of the three hearts. Used the stick to add a little candy melt to the top of where the hearts connect to make certain they are secure (they will harden together).
• Allow to harden (approximately 15 minutes).
• Place a cellophane bag over the shamrock candy sucker and tie with a ribbon.

• Makes 10 Easy Shamrock Candy Suckers

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Easy Heart Peeps Pops Recipe


Easy Heart Peeps Pops Recipe

Dress up marshmallow Peeps hearts with holiday sprinkles and chocolate! These simple to make Peeps pops will be a big hit with friends and family this Valentine’s Day. If you are looking for a simple to make Valentine Day candy treat, this is it.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 3 Minutes
Total Time: 30 Minutes

Ingredients:

9 Peeps Marshmallow Creme Hearts
1 cup Bright Pink Candy Melts
1 TBSP Micro Heart Sprinkles

Directions:

• Place a lollipop stick into the bottom of each heart and push almost all the way up to the top of the heart; set aside.
• Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper; set aside.
• In a small microwave safe bowl, melt one cup of bright pink candy melts on 50% power for 3-4 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds until completely melted and smooth.
• Dip one side of a marshmallow peep (on the stick) into the melted pink chocolate. Place onto the prepared cookie sheet.
• Immediately top the chocolate coated heart with heart sprinkles.
• Allow the candy coated heart peep pop to harden at room temperature for 15 minutes.

• Makes 9 Easy Heart Peeps Pops

Easy Heart Peeps Pops Recipe. Dress up marshmallow Peeps hearts with holiday sprinkles and chocolate! These simple to make Peeps pops will be a big hit with friends and family this Valentine's Day. If you are looking for a simple to make Valentine Day candy treat, this is it.





I love marshmallow Peeps. It would not be overstating it to say that they are my favorite candy. Heck, I have a personal Pinterest board dedicated to all things Peeps! (You can follow that board by clicking here.)

There are so many ways to dress up Peeps, and this is quite a simple one. You could wrap these Peep pops in cellophane and give them out for Valentine’s Day too. Mmmmm Peeps!

If you are looking for more easy Valentine’s Day recipes, you may want to try this Easy Heart Pretzel Recipe or these Lip Pops, or perhaps this simple Jello Hearts Recipe!


Easy Heart Peeps Pops Recipe. Dress up marshmallow Peeps hearts with holiday sprinkles and chocolate! These simple to make Peeps pops will be a big hit with friends and family this Valentine's Day. If you are looking for a simple to make Valentine Day candy treat, this is it.


Easy Heart Peeps Pops Ingredients:

• 9 Peeps Marshmallow Creme Hearts (1 package)
• 1 cup Bright Pink Candy Melts
• 1 TBSP Micro Heart Sprinkles

Easy Heart Peeps Pops Mise en Place:

Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• 9 Lollipop Sticks
• Bowl
Baking Sheet
• Parchment Paper

Easy Heart Peeps Pops Recipe. Dress up marshmallow Peeps hearts with holiday sprinkles and chocolate! These simple to make Peeps pops will be a big hit with friends and family this Valentine's Day. If you are looking for a simple to make Valentine Day candy treat, this is it.


Easy Heart Peeps Pops Directions:

• Place a lollipop stick into the bottom of each heart and push almost all the way up to the top of the heart; set aside.
• Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper; set aside.

Easy Heart Peeps Pops Recipe. Dress up marshmallow Peeps hearts with holiday sprinkles and chocolate! These simple to make Peeps pops will be a big hit with friends and family this Valentine's Day. If you are looking for a simple to make Valentine Day candy treat, this is it.


• In a small microwave safe bowl, melt one cup of bright pink candy melts on 50% power for 3-4 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds until completely melted and smooth.
• Dip one side of a marshmallow peep (on the stick) into the melted pink chocolate. Place onto the prepared cookie sheet.

Easy Heart Peeps Pops Recipe. Dress up marshmallow Peeps hearts with holiday sprinkles and chocolate! These simple to make Peeps pops will be a big hit with friends and family this Valentine's Day. If you are looking for a simple to make Valentine Day candy treat, this is it.


• Immediately top the chocolate coated heart with heart sprinkles.
• Allow the candy coated heart peep pop to harden at room temperature for 15 minutes.

Easy Heart Peeps Pops Recipe. Dress up marshmallow Peeps hearts with holiday sprinkles and chocolate! These simple to make Peeps pops will be a big hit with friends and family this Valentine's Day. If you are looking for a simple to make Valentine Day candy treat, this is it.


• Makes 9 Easy Heart Peeps Pops.


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75 Christmas Cookies and Sweets Recipes

75 Christmas Cookies and Sweets Recipes. Here is a great list of 75 cookies and sweets recipes perfect for a holiday party, Christmas dessert, or even a cookie exchange! There is a delicious dessert recipe just waiting to be served at your holiday function, so be sure to check out this long list of holiday treats.





Here are some of the type of Christmas cookies listed below: Kids Christmas Cookies, Traditional Christmas Cookies Old Fashioned Christmas Cookies No-Bake Christmas Cookies, Easy Christmas Cookies (ok, most of my recipes are pretty easy) and more!

Do you like to make homemade cookies during the holidays? Do you gift cookies to people for the holidays? What about leaving a plate out for good old St. Nick?

If you need a new Christmas cookie recipe or Christmas sweet recipes, this list has a wide range of dessert and party options: Cake recipes, pudding recipes, candy recipes, fudge recipes (mmmm fudge!), cookie bars (I love easy to make bars!), tarts, and more. Something traditional like a Kris Kringle Cookie, or perhaps new cookies like a 3-D Christmas Tree? There’s everything from cherry based cookies to cranberry and pumpkin recipes (yes, pumpkin is also a Christmas go-to for many people!) to no-bake cookies.

If you need a frosting, I highly recommend this Classic Vanilla Buttercream Frosting Recipe which you can make any color (using food coloring or food gel) or any flavor. the base recipe is vanilla, but you could make it peppermint, anise, rum, root beer – truly any flavor you like.

You can also make your own colored sugar easily with this How To Make Colored Sugar tutorial. It is so simple, my mother had me making it at 5 (not kidding!).

Now on to the sweets…

75 Christmas Cookies and Sweets Recipes

Banana Split Icebox Cake Recipe
Blueberry Pie Recipe
Candy Cane Brownie Recipe
Candy Cane Cookies Recipe
Cherry Cordial Cookies Recipe
Cherry Meringue Cookie Recipe
Chocolate Amaretto Swirl Fudge Recipe
Chocolate Caramel Thumbprint Cookies Recipe
Chocolate Cashew Clusters
Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe
Chocolate Christmas Cake Mix Cookies Recipe
Chocolate Sundae Cookies Recipe
Chrusciki Recipe: Baked, Not Fried
Coconut Macaroons Recipe
Cranberry Noels Cookie Recipe
Cranberry Orange Cupcakes with Peppermint Frosting
Danish Puff Recipe
Decadent Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Donut Hole Tree
Dutch Almond Bars
Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball Recipe
Easy Rum Cake Recipe
Edible Cereal Ornaments Recipe
Eggnog Bark Recipe
Eggnog Kaleidoscope Jello Recipe
English Trifle
Gingerbread Coffeecake Recipe
Gumdrop Cookie Bar Recipe
Hello Dolly Bars (7 layer cookies)
Holiday Butter Cookie Recipe
Homemade Peppermint Patties Recipe
Hot Chocolate Cookies Recipe
Hungarian Christmas Cookies Recipe
Irish Cream Fudge Recipe
Jam Filled Cream Cheese Cutout Cookie Recipe
Kris Kringle Cookie and Frosting Recipe
Layered Mint Chocolate Brownies Recipe
Lemon Snowball Cookie Recipe
Maple Pumpkin Delight Pie Recipe
Mini Cranberry Orange Cake Recipe
No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake Bars
No Bake Coconut Balls Recipe
No-Bake Cranberry Cheesecake Parfait Recipe
No Bake Marshmallow Christmas Squares Recipe
No Bake Pecan Praline Bourbon Balls Recipe
Original Bacardi Rum Cake Recipe
Pecan Pie Bars
Pineapple Squares Recipe
Pizzelle Recipe
Pumpkin Cheesecake Thumbprint Cookies Recipe
Pumpkin Icebox Cake Recipe
Pumpkin Nut Roll Recipe
Reindeer Grahams Cookie Recipe
Rudolph’s Cherry Red Nose Pudding
Rum Balls Recipe
Rum Logs Recipe
Salted Almond Roca Candy Recipe
Shortbread Recipe
Slice and Bake Trees Recipe
Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Casserole
Snowman Cookie Balls Recipe
Sour Cream Cheesecake Recipe
Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe
Spiced Molasses Cookies Recipe
Spritz Cookie Recipe
Stackable Christmas Tree Cookies Recipe
Striped Sugar Cookies Recipe
Texas Sheet Cake
Thumbprint Cookies Recipe
Traditional Bread Pudding
Turtle Bites
Whiskey Sour Cookies Recipe
White Chocolate Cherry Almond Biscotti Recipe
White Chocolate Peppermint Bark Recipe
White Christmas Pie Recipe

There really is something for everyone on this long list of Christmas Cookie Recipes and Christmas Sweets Recipes!


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