Friday, March 9, 2012

Thin Mint Leprechaun Hats

Today was my daughter's snack day at school. She wanted us to bring Thin Mints. I wracked my brain and came up with this idea to make Leprechaun hats.

I took Thin Mints, marshmallows, chocolate chips, and M&Ms. (I used mini, but regular would work just fine!)
My daughter picked out yellow M&Ms while I melted the chocolate chips. I dipped a marshmallow in the melted chocolate and placed it on top of the Thin Mint to form the hat. My daughter then put on ayellow M&M for the buckle. It was messy, but they turned out pretty well!
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  1. Very cute! And so yummy, smart girl to want to bring Thin Mints!

  2. they look mouthwatering! and very cute =) I have no idea what thin mints are though :p Thank you for your kind words on the panda bento :)

  3. Cute!

    Hey, did you know that you can make your own thin mints? Melt down candy-making dots, add some mint oil (you have to use candy-making oil or it will cause the chocolate to separate) and dip in Ritz crackers. They are easy to make and DELICIOUS! If you can make these hats, you can make your own thin mints!

  4. Oooh, anything with Thin Mints wins in my book! Those are so cute!


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