12 Mar

DIY Tutorial: Leprechaun Hat S’mores

DIY Tutorial: Leprechaun Hat Smores

What’s luckier than a leprechaun’s hat? A leprechaun hat made of chocolate and marshmallow with a great cookie crunch! Hi, it’s Carrie Sellman from Half Baked, the cake blog for sweet inspiration. I’m over the rainbow to be here today, sharing a quick and easy treat for St. Patrick’s Day!

Delicious as they are cute, these little hats would be the perfect addition to any St. Patty’s Day dessert table, or a festive sweet to enjoy at home. A Fudge Stripe Cookie base is topped with a marshmallow and then coated in chocolate to create one delicious little s’more hat! Easy enough for your little leprechauns to help make too (if you don’t mind gooey hands!). Hope you enjoy these Leprechaun Hat S’MoresLet’s take a peek inside, shall we?

DIY Tutorial: Leprechaun Hat Smores
In a few simple steps, you’ll be kicking up your heels and dancing the jig, wishing that every rainbow ended in a plate of these adorable s’mores!

DIY Tutorial: Leprechaun Hat Smores

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LEPRECHAUN HAT S’MORES – A DIY TUTORIAL

by Carrie Sellman

INGREDIENTS:
– Keebler® Fudge Stripes™ Cookies
– Large Marshmallows
– Dark Chocolate Candy Melts
– Green Candy Melts
– Green Sprinkles or Cake Sparkles

STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Melt dark chocolate candy in the microwave, in 30 second intervals on 50% power. Stir after each heating. Repeat until completely melted. Dip Fudge Stripe Cookies into chocolate, coating completely. Shake off any excess. Set on parchment paper, top side down, until candy coating is completely set.
2. Using a toothpick, dip marshmallow into chocolate and coat almost entirely. Shake off any excess. Set on parchment paper, until candy coating is completely set. Remove toothpick.
3. Melt green candy just as you did the chocolate. Flip marshmallow upside down and insert new toothpick in top. Dip into green candy, just barely, to create a small band of green around the bottom.
4. Coat green candy band with sprinkles or sparkles. Shake off excess.
5. Place marshmallow in center of chocolate covered cookie. Carefully remove toothpick. Touch up the toothpick hole with a small dab of melted chocolate, if desired.
6. To finish the hat, attach a glittering shamrock with a small dab of melted green.

DIY Tutorial: Leprechaun Hat Smores
SHAMROCK INSTRUCTIONS:

Spoon some of the remaining melted green candy into a piping bag, ziplock bag or squeeze bottle. On parchment paper, make three small dots of candy in the shape of a triangle. Each dot should be about the size of a chocolate chip. Using a toothpick, swirl the three dots together to form a shamrock shape. Swirl the bottom two dots together first, then the top dot. Pull toothpick straight down to form the stem.

Before candy hardens, cover with sprinkles or crushed cake sparkles. Once shamrocks have set up, dust off excess sparkle. Your shamrocks are ready to decorate a hat, cupcake or other St. Patty’s Day dessert!

DIY Tutorial: Leprechaun Hat Smores

DIY Tutorial: Leprechaun Hat Smores

Your finished treats can be stored for several days in an airtight container, at room temperature. Hope you enjoy my Leprechaun Hat S’mores! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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24Comments

1
Lisa SAYS:

These are SOOOO cute! I am definitely going to make them with my kids on Friday – thanks!

Reply March 13, 2012 at 7:30 am

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Susan SAYS:

These are too cute & a must do!

Thanks
xoxo
Twentyfour7

Reply March 13, 2012 at 10:15 am

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Aimee SAYS:

Can day be anymore cute and the combo yum yum

Reply March 14, 2012 at 5:20 am

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Megan's Cookin' SAYS:

These are so fun and perfect for our St. Patty’s celebration! Thanks the tutorial.

Reply March 14, 2012 at 6:43 am

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Kaye SAYS:

These are adorable. Making these this weekend.

Reply March 15, 2012 at 4:40 am

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JEN SAYS:

I made these, but instead of fudge stripe cookies, I used the mint oreo fudge dipped cookies, then I didn’t have to dip the bottom half of the cookies. I also found edible glitter icing at the grocery store and used that to decorate the hat with – glittery shamrocks on the tops of the hats, not on the side – I was on a time crunch and couldn’t wait to pick them up and ice them… Nothing like waiting until last minute – But my school staff loved them, and wanted to know where I got the idea from, so I sent them your weblink! CHEERS!

Reply March 16, 2012 at 9:33 am

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Amy @ MahliMoo SAYS:

I love these and I am sure my kids would too!

I have featured it over on my craft blog: http://www.andsewwecraft.com

Hope that is okay!

Reply March 17, 2012 at 12:12 am

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yani SAYS:

Luv luv your Blog!!!!

Reply March 23, 2012 at 9:05 am

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Kelli Holmes SAYS:

OK, I'm having a St. Patrick's Day wedding……And these WILL be on my table!

Reply August 15, 2012 at 3:22 am

Dee Dee Kelley SAYS:

Seriously!? Are you getting married?

August 15, 2012 at 3:27 am

Julie Smades Atkins SAYS:

Are you really getting married?

August 16, 2012 at 1:43 am

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Michelle SAYS:

This is a great recipe, but am i missing something? There’s not link to a printable or PDF version…

Reply February 16, 2013 at 3:26 pm

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Jen SAYS:

Cute! Hmmm… What about Girl Scout Thin Mints? Too small?

Reply February 16, 2013 at 8:14 pm

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andrea SAYS:

I made mine with girl scout mint cookies.. YUM! :)

Reply February 17, 2013 at 11:35 am

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Tiffany SAYS:

Does anyone know how long these will stay good for? I send my husband themed boxes and they usually take about a week to get there. Thanks

Reply February 17, 2013 at 4:57 pm

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Cindy deRosier SAYS:

I’m the Editorial Assistant for Fun Family Crafts and I wanted to let you know that we have featured your project! You can see it here:

http://funfamilycrafts.com/leprechaun-hat-smores/

If you have other kid friendly crafts, we’d love it if you would submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for a wonderful project idea!

Reply February 20, 2013 at 10:58 am

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Lisette Wolter-McKinley SAYS:

Such a clever, yet simple little treat!

Reply March 13, 2013 at 11:25 am

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