Lucky Charms Treats

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Lucky Charms Treats are the perfect no bake after school or lunch box snack. These take just a few minutes to make and of course the kids love ’em!
Lucky Charms Treats are the perfect no bake after school or lunch box snack. These take just a few minutes to make and of course the kids love 'em!

How to Make Lucky Charms Treats


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My kids love Rice Krispies treats so naturally they love these! If you’re looking for an easy lunch box snack these Lucky Charms Treats bars are the perfect addition!  Easy to make in just a few minutes and no baking required.  (Any treat that doesn’t require the oven, like no bake Turtle Rice Krispie Treats or Chocolate Dipped Oreo Krispies, is perfect in my books)!!

These are great for St. Patrick’s day too!  If you’re looking for an easy treat to send along to school for a St. Patrick’s Day party, look no further!

These bars do require that you separate the marshmallows from the cereal and they are added on top.  I love getting kids involved in the kitchen and this is a great task for little ones!  Not only can they separate, but they can sort, count and measure too.

Items You’ll Need For This Recipe

* Lucky Charms Cereal * Marshmallows * 9×13 Pan *

Lucky Charms Treats

Lucky Charms Treats are the perfect no bake after school or lunch box snack. These take just a few minutes to make and of course, the kids love ’em!

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Ingredients:

  • 7 cups Lucky Charms Cereal , separated
  • 6 cups marshmallows
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

Directions:

  1. Butter a 9 x 13 pan and set aside.
  2. Separate the Lucky Charms mini marshmallows from the cereal.
  3. In a large pot melt butter and marshmallows over medium heat until smooth and creamy. Stir in vanilla and cereal (not the mini marshmallows).
  4. Press warm cereal mixture into the pan. Sprinkle immediately with mini marshmallows and gently press to adhere.
  5. Cool completely and cut into squares.

Notes:

Note: If you would like a thicker square you can use a smaller pan. If your squares are thick, press 1/2 of the cereal into the pan sprinkle with 1/2 of the mini marshmallows. Top with remaining cereal and marshmallows.

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Lucky Charms Treats are the perfect no bake after school or lunch box snack. These take just a few minutes to make and of course the kids love 'em!

Holly

Holly is a wine and cheese lover, recipe creator, shopping enthusiast and self appointed foodie. Her greatest passion is creating in the kitchen and making deliciously comforting recipes for the everyday home cook!

11 comments on “Lucky Charms Treats”

  1. These rice krispies treats look soo cute and delicious! My nephew would love this! Thanks for the great idea!

  2. What a festive and easy St. Patrick’s Day recipe!! So fun! I might add some peanut butter too!

  3. I love lucky charms treats! I used to get these in college at the 7/11 next door and they were magically fattening!

  4. I def think I would prefer these to rice krispies treats. I loove lucky charms.

  5. I love how simple this recipe is! Just a few common ingredients make this beautiful and tasty treat!

  6. These look amazing!! What a delicious treat?!?!?

  7. Such a fun treat using breakfast cereal! I’ll be using this for one of my St Pat’s dishes!

    yummed and stumbled too

  8. Very pretty sweet treats you have there! Whats more is that it is easy and no-bake! Yay! There is definitely something that I am sure kids will love to do! Thanks for the share :)

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