St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Chocolate Pops Treats
This St. Patrick's Day, surprise someone special (or a whole crowd) with these easy miniature Shamrock chocolate lollipop treats. These little treats are quick to put together and a big hit. Sometimes, my kids receive treats that are huge and then the sugar rush is a little out of control. These small sized lollipops are the perfect little snack for St. Patrick's Day preschool, play dates, or parade crews!
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St. Patrick's Day chocolate lollipop treats:
We started with a handful of lollipop sticks. I used a steak knife to cut the sticks into thirds. You will have a ton of lollipop sticks left over, but don't worry. You can dye the lollipop sticks and use them for learning activities like shape building activities.
Pull out a cookie sheet covered with aluminum foil. Arrange green chocolate chips into groups of four. Pop them into a preheated oven set at 250 degrees F.
Keep a close eye on the chocolate chips. It will only take a minute or two for the chips to soften. You want them to just start to melt, but not too much. I used a toothpick to pull the tips into the center of the four chocolate chips. Place the lollipop sticks on the chocolate and slightly twist it so the stick is covered in chocolate.
These two were Big fans of our Little shamrock treats!
Need a quick shamrock activity to go along with your shamrock chocolate pops? Try making this shamrock thumbprint art.