Thursday, March 2, 2017

How To Make Easy Leprechaun Hot Chocolate

St. Patrick's Day is coming! To make it an extra fun day, you can make Leprechaun Hot Chocolate. Remember how I made Easy Unicorn Hot Chocolate? Well, this is basically the same thing. Only, you know, green.







 Ingredients


--White hot chocolate mix

--Green dye

--whipped cream

--green shamrocks from Lucky Charms

--green sprinkles



Directions


1. Heat your water. Or your milk. We usually do water to save on calories. It's not as tasty though, I'll admit that. Add the white hot chocolate mix. Stir.


2. Add the green dye. Stir.




3. Put a bunch of whipped cream on top!


4. Add marshmallows and sprinkles.




5. Enjoy.




It's such an easy drink to make with kids. Or hey, for yourself, because adults can have green hot chocolate too. Oh and yes, that's my Cabbage Patch mug from when I was a kid.





Do you do anything for St. Patrick's Day?


56 comments:

  1. Sounds like a tasty snack & easy to make!

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  2. This is such a cute treat to have with kids. I see a lot of possibilities using this as a base recipe for different events and holidays.

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    1. Yes! You can change the color for any holiday. Super easy.

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  3. This is so fun!!!! I love this. :)

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  4. Sounds super delicious. I have a sweet tooth, i think i would enjoy this more than the kids!!!

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  5. Oh very cool! I love that you still have your cabbage patch kids mug, that is awesome!

    Lennae xxx
    www.lennaesworld.com

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  6. What an awesome idea! I'd love to make the adult version of this adding a little Bailey's Cream.

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  7. That is so cute! I think this is the festival that we don't celebrate here in Manila. Maybe because there are only few Irish people here.

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  8. Love the mug.
    We got the same Lucky Charms yesterday - the special St. Patrick's Day box? LOVE them!

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  9. Green food never appealed to me--TILL NOW! Oh. My. Word! I must make this.

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  10. I love this - it's such a cute idea! I love that you have your childhood mug too. That's the coolest.

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  11. I think that's so cute, I'll definitely have to do this.

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  12. Ha this is awesome!! I love it, will share for sure x

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  13. Oh my gosh. This looks delicious. I'm going to have to make this for myself now. Ok... I guess I'll make it for the kiddos and hubs too. And thanks for the recipe for LEPRECHAUN HOT CHOCOLATE.

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  14. Wow! I love white hot chocolate! :) This is a great way for me to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Thanks for sharing! - Jen

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  15. My boys would love this drink. Love how the Lucky Charms looks on the drink.

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  16. This is such a fun idea for St. Patrick's Day! I'm definitely going to have to make this for my little sister this month.

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  17. The kids would love this - such a cute way to get them involved in St Patricks Day. And the Lucky Charms are a fantastic touch

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  18. Yummy and so perfect for St. Patrick's Day! As an 80s kid, I have to mention how much I love your Cabbage Patch mug too.

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  19. This looks so fun to make with the kiddos. Perfect to make for St. Patricks Day as well.

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  20. Adorable Amber. Love the idea !! My kids are all grown up but I still can make it for me :)

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  21. Thank you! This is something fun to make with kids. I really like how you decorated it. :)

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  22. Oh, I've got to do this for my kids on St. Patrick's Day! I usually don't do anything, I know lame. lol But this is easy enough for me to actually try!

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  23. This is the most amazing St. Patrick's day thing I've seen. A definite must for the holiday.

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  24. Green food never appealed to me--TILL NOW! Oh. My. Word! I must make this.

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  25. Any child would enjoy this drink! It is so colorful and the best is that it is made with chocolate and topped with whipped cream. So delicious!

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  26. What fun & I never realized you could get white hot chocolate mix. Thanks for that tip ...

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  27. This hot chocolate looks amazing. My kids would think that this was so much fun.

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  28. I love the cup! This hot chocolate looks easy and fun to make. I will have to try it out with my son this weekend!

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  29. I don't normally celebrate St. Patricks Day. But when I have its always involved a lot of drinking. lol

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  30. We don't celebrate St. Patricks Day here in my country Philippines, but I do love this fantastic recipe!

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  31. I don't do anything fo rSt. Patricks Day anymore. When I was younger we would celebrate by going out and getting Irish food and pretty much drinking anything green that we could find.

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  32. Oh my goodness that is so cute. Now that my grand kids are getting older, I love finding these like this recipe to make them for St. Patty's Day.

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  33. That's such a cute idea! Did it stain your teeth at all?

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    1. Nope! My daughter and I had some and I didn't notice any teeth staining.

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  34. Your Leprechaun Hot Chocolate looks divine and the whipped cream, marshmallows and sprinkles looks totally divine on it! Can't believe that your Cabbage Patch mug is still there!

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  35. OMG this is EPIC! I love hot chocolate! this is an awesome recipe. thank you so much, i cant wait to make it

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  36. My kids love hot chocolate. We have already decorated for St Pattys. We usually do the traditional dinner - corned beef, cabbage, potatoes. I throw green food coloring in just about anything I can.

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  37. It looks so decadent. I think it's a great way to get kids excited about St. Patty's day! It's so adorable.

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  38. I love how easy these are to make, they're definitely going to be a hit with my kids. I wouldn't mind using milk for the kids, water's for me though!

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  39. I'm addicted to Hot coco this looks so yummy will be trying it soon

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  40. I'm planning a St. Patty's Day cocktail and wasn't sure what to use as a festive garnish until I saw your green Lucky Charms idea--perfect, and thanks! -G

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  41. Looks easy to do! Unfortunately here we don't celebrate St.Patrick's Day, would want to get a chance to celebrate it though.

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  42. They still make Lucky Charms? I remember that back from my era! :)

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  43. I love how easy yet festive this is! What a great and tasty craft for the kids.

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  44. You are very creative. I would have never thought of this and I bet it taste yummy.

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  45. Super cute idea. Can I add a shot of Baileys in it for me:) JK well maybe not

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  46. Wow this look bloody amazing. Such a cool idea. xx

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  47. We don't celebrate St. Patrick's Day from where I live. But I would certainly like to have a sip of this!

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  48. Ahhh that looks so fun and such a great activity to do with the kids! Definitely going to look into doing this.

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  49. Pardon my language but personally, green hot chocolate is such a mindf*ck. Close my eyes and tastes like chocolate, open my eyes and it's... green. Hmm... But, whipped cream + green shamrocks from Lucky Charms = Ace!

    Your Cabbage Patch mug is such a #WIN!! I really wanted a Cabbage Patch doll when I was little, but I guess it didn't happen :(

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  50. What an interesting beverage. It is perfect for kids and kids-at-heart.

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