New recipes

St. Patrick’s Day Pretzels

St. Patrick’s Day Pretzels

We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

Preheat the oven to 200 F. Line a cookie sheet with wax paper.

Place the pretzels on the cookie sheet. Place a chocolate morsel on each pretzel. Place the cookie sheet in the oven. Allow chocolates to melt until they become soft. Remove the cookie sheet from the oven and promptly press the chocolate flat on the pretzel. Add three green candies to the pretzels to form a three-leaf clover. Allow the pretzels to cool completely.

In a mixing bowl, add the sugar, butter, and milk. Add food coloring until you achieve the desired color. The consistency of the mixture should feel like moldable clay. You can keep adding sugar until you achieve desired consistency. Pinch off a piece of the icing and roll the stem of the clover with your fingers, and then add to the pretzel. Enjoy!

"Personally, I don't really like potato soup, and I have tried a lot of them. But I was surprised at how good this was."

© 2021 Discovery or its subsidiaries and affiliates.

Share this recipe:

No Results

Hey There!

Looking for one of your favorite recipes? You'll notice that Recipe Box is now called SAVES and your recipes are organized in COLLECTIONS.

Plus, all of your private notes can now be found directly on the recipe page under the directions.

If you’re unfamiliar with Canadian poutine, it’s essentially french fries topped with cheese curds and is then smothered in a savory gravy. This recipe puts a fun Irish twist on a classic Canadian recipe that transforms this plate of deliciousness into an appetizer perfect for any St. Patrick’s Day party!

What makes this poutine Irish is the Irish cheddar cheese and the delicious Irish whiskey gravy! If you choose to share these at your party they will surely be a hit!

St. Patrick’s Day Pretzels - Recipes

I love jello, and this recipe is a St. Patrick’s Day variation of the popular strawberry pretzel jello. Enjoy!


Layer 1:
2 cups pretzels, crushed
3/4 cup butter, melted
3 tablespoons sugar

Layer 2:
1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened
3/4 cup sugar
1 (8 oz.) container cool whip (about 2 cups)
Food coloring, green

Layer 3:
1 (6 oz.) box jello, lime
2 cups water, boiling
1 (20 oz.) can crushed pineapple, undrained

Layer 4:
1 8-ounce container cool whip (about 2 cups)


Layer 1:
1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
2. Mix pretzels, butter and sugar. Press into 13×9″ baking dish and bake for 8 minutes. Remove from oven and cool.

Layer 2:
1. Beat together cream cheese and sugar. Fold in cool whip, and tint green with food coloring.
2. Spread over cooled pretzel crust and refrigerate until well chilled.

Layer 3:
Dissolve jello in boiling water. Add pineapple. Allow mixture to cool and set slightly before pouring over cream cheese mixture.

Layer 4:
Top with cool whip when layer 3 is completely set.

We welcome your ideas! If you have suggestions on how to improve this page, please contact us.

You may freely use this content if you cite the source and/or link back to this page.

Festive St. Patrick’s Day White and Green Chocolate Covered Pretzels Recipe

*This Festive St. Patrick&rsquos Day White and Green Chocolate Covered Pretzels Recipe contains Amazon links. Please note, as an affiliate marketer for them, clicking and purchasing from these links results in me making a small commission from this action.

So it would seem that I just can&rsquot get enough of St. Patrick&rsquos Day around here. I mean this might be my favorite of all the themed holidays annually. Seeing as I have already shared two sweet recipe treats here and here.

[clickToTweet tweet=&rdquoLooking for the perfect salty and sweet snack to enjoy this upcoming St. Patrick&rsquos Day? Then, check out my recipe here for St. Patrick&rsquos Day Chocolate Covered Pretzels now.&rdquo quote=&rdquoLooking for the perfect salty and sweet snack to enjoy this upcoming St. Patrick&rsquos Day? Then, check out my recipe here for St. Patrick&rsquos Day Chocolate Covered Pretzels now.&rdquo theme=&rdquostyle1&Prime]

Both of those recent St. Patrick&rsquos Day recipe shares were so fun to create. Plus you better believe I will be enjoying them well past my favorite, lucky, green day holiday.

But still, I couldn&rsquot resist creating another, easy but truly fun and festive St. Patrick&rsquos Day green inspired treat. This time out, I used pretzel rods for that salty touch. Plus, I coated my pretzels in heavenly, sweet melted white and green chocolate candy melts, too!

So, when I put it all together, I came out with the most perfectly, pretty and indeed festive St. Patrick&rsquos Day White and Green Chocolate Covered Pretzels Recipe.

I can&rsquot stress enough how easy these St. Patrick&rsquos Day White and Green Chocolate Covered Pretzels are to make. Plus, these are sweet and salty treat all will find a reason to enough. With pretzel rods, chocolate melting candies and some sprinkles, these can be quickly put together for the perfect snack.

Therefore, I am thinking all that read this will want to make these St. Patrick&rsquos Day White and Green Chocolate Covered Pretzels for the upcoming holiday now.

How about it? Do you want to make St. Patrick&rsquos Day White and Green Chocolate Covered Pretzels?

So, if you do want to make them, read on now for my step-by-step recipe&hellip

5 St. Patrick’s Day Snacks Better Than a Pot of Gold

These homemade St. Patrick’s Day snacks are sure to make your little ones’ holiday—and give you a few tasty treats, too.

The best way to get in the Irish spirit on March 17 is to munch on St. Patrick’s Day snacks all day long. (Irish desserts work too.) We came up with five fun St. Patrick’s Day snacks for kids and adults alike, including a spicy Chex Mix and a rainbow puppy chow. Though you can whip up healthy St. Patrick’s Day snacks (healthy green-colored snacks include kale chips or an herb-y yogurt dip), we prefer more traditional St. Patrick’s Day party food and treats—you know, the sweet-and-salty stuff you can’t put down. Plus, we know no kid or adultꃊn say no to our best green snack idea: Shamrock Rice Krispies Treats.

Kids will be scrambling for second servings of these tasty St. Patrick’s Day treats between exchanging the traditional St. Patrick’s Day pinch.ꂭults may prefer a classic Irish coffee recipe or whiskey drink,਋ut even they won’t be able to resist a sweet green snack on March 17 (or whatever day the big festivities occur).

Chocolate Covered Pretzels for St. Patrick’s Day

The combination of sweet and salty is one of my favorites, so I love chocolate covered pretzels. They are very easy to make, and it is easy for kids to help out in the creation of these treats.

I decided to make a batch of St. Patrick’s Day themed pretzels last week, by using two different colors of green chocolate and sprinkles to decorate the pretzels.

The first step is to dip the pretzels in chocolate. I wanted to make both milk chocolate and white chocolate pretzels, so that we would have a variety of colors. I used chocolate melting wafers, and dipped half the pretzels in the white chocolate and half in the milk chocolate.

I like to use the mini-pretzels because it is easier to dip them than big pretzels! Then I put the pretzels on waxed paper and let the chocolate harden. Then I melted a small amount of green chocolate wafers in the corner of a sandwich bag.

I cut the tip off and started drizzling chocolate all over the pretzels, and then sprinkled sugar on the chocolate while it was still wet.

You could store them in the refrigerator, but in my house they never last more than a few hours anyway!

Joanna Reid

Indulge in these popcorn bites that are a mouth-watering snack. The best part is that they can be made with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen, and they resemble the gold at the end of the rainbow. They're crunchy, sweet, and buttery, and the honey in them adds a sugary taste that resembles kettle corn. This treat can double as a snack and a dessert, and it's also a great treat to make for friends or family!

Joanna Reid

St. Patrick’s Day Snack Board

The luck of the Irish is sure to be with you as you enjoy this festive feast of a snack board with your guests. From the shamrock-shaped cheese in the middle of the board to the pastrami, Irish soda bread, Irish cheddar and everything in between, it&rsquos the perfect way to celebrate and honor the Irish culture.

Let me walk you through everything on it and how to assemble it&hellip

Wash the bell peppers, cucumber and grapes and set aside to dry.

For this board I used a 20&Prime x 14.5&Prime wood framed chalk board from Hobby Lobby. I just rub it with food safe bees wax to use for serving. This 18&Prime x 12&Prime wood board is another great option.

Start by making a shamrock for the middle of the board out of Trader Joe&rsquos havarti dill. They sell it in 1/2-inch slices. I got 3 slices and cut each one with a heart-shaped cookie cutter and then pressed each heart into a plate of finely cut fresh dill, to make it more green, before placing them together in the middle of the board to form the shamrock shape ☘️. I used one of the cheese scraps to form the stem.

Next, cut the top off two green bell peppers to use as bowls for the thousand island dressing & Trader Joe&rsquos bacon cheddar ranch dip. Cut the tops of each green bell pepper into strips for dipping. Place the dip-filled green pepper bowls in top left and bottom right corners of the board.

Place the bunch of green grapes in the bottom left corner of the board.

Line pastrami from the top green bell pepper bowl to halfway down the board and fan the bottom green bell pepper bowl with sliced andouille sausage.

Place a small serving bowl filled with whole grain mustard above the sausage.

Fill the space between the grapes and sausage with the cheddar cheese stick crackers.

Place the Tintern Cheddar with chives and shallots under the pastrami.

Put Rolo candies in the space between the Tintern Cheddar and the grapes.

Arrange Kerrygold Dubliner cheese chunks next to the green bell pepper bowl at the top of the board and line it with more rolled pastrami.

Fill the space to the right of the pastrami and the left of the shamrock cheese shape with pistachios and the space between the Tintern Cheddar and the stem of the shamrock cheese shape with candied pecans.

Place the Irish Porter cheddar cheese in the top right corner of the board and fill in the space between it and the rolled pastrami with roasted brussels sprouts.

Next put the strips of bell pepper and carrot chips in the space on the right side of the board.

Fill in the last open space above the shamrock with rye pretzel sticks.

Put rye bread strips next to the thousand island dressing and Irish soda bread strips next to the bacon cheddar ranch dip, on the corners of the board.

Fan cucumber slices on the edge of the board above the Irish porter cheddar cheese.

Finish the board with these gold tongs and these super adorable shamrock shortbread cookies from World Market, if desired. Amazon also has some shamrock shortbread cookies that would be great!

Your St. Paddy&rsquos Day is sure to be a sham-rockin&rsquo good time with this festive, and most importantly delicious, St. Patrick&rsquos Day Snack Board!

Be sure to tag me on Instagram @thebakermama when you recreate this board so I can see! I just love seeing how inspired and creative y&rsquoall get with the ideas I share.

Putting together these treats is quite simple. First, preheat oven to 250 degrees.

Next, place pretzels on parchment lined cookie sheet.

Add a Rolo to the corner of each pretzel.

Then, place pretzels in oven for about 2-3 minutes. Just enough time to soften the chocolate. Remove from oven.

Immediately sprinkle the top of each Rolo with gold sugar and add a rainbow bite in front of each Rolo. Let dry for 10-15 minutes and then they are ready to serve!

Enjoy and have a very happy St. Patrick&rsquos Day!

I hope that you enjoyed this St. Patrick&rsquos Day treat!

What will you and your family be doing to celebrate St. Patrick&rsquos Day this year?! We would love to hear from you in the comments below!


  1. Bean


  2. Florentin

    Thanks for the information, maybe I can help you with something too?

  3. Pancho

    You are not right. I am assured. Let's discuss. Write to me in PM, we will talk.

  4. Tylor

    I think very interesting topic. Let's Talk with you in the PM.

  5. Ram

    It will not go to him in vain.

  6. Aeldra

    I apologize for interfering ... I am here recently. But this topic is very close to me. I can help with the answer. Write to PM.

Write a message