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Mint Grasshopper Candy Bark for St Patrick Day

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Green is my absolute favorite color, so St Patrick Day is fun for me to celebrate in some respect. I have enough green in my closet to wear for the entire week before and after if I wanted to. I also adore anything that relates back to Ireland as well… so I may be biased in my reason for liking March 17th.

Another favorite of mine: MINT! Yum! Therefore, when I sat down with Days of a Domestic Dad to think about a delicious recipe for St. Patrick’s Day, I wanted a mint flavored treat. We decided to make candy bark but needed to make it our own. Plus, I wanted to ensure there was plenty of green in the mix. We made a list and headed to the store… ready to make some marvelous minty treats. What was transposed was utterly delicious!

Mint Grasshopper Candy Bark

Mint Grasshopper Candy Bark

We decided on a Mint Grasshopper Candy Bark. Using Grasshopper cookies as a base and mint flavored M&M’s to seal the deal there was plenty of greatness in every bite. Not to mention, they really took no time at all to make.

Ingredients:

  • Almond Bark (1 lb)
  • Mint Dark Chocolate M&M’s®
  • Grasshopper Fudge Mint Cookies
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Green Sprinkles

Directions: 

  1. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper in preparation for the candy bark.
  2. Insert Grasshopper Fudge Mint Cookies into a ziploc bag and break into pieces. (you could also use your own method)
  3. Spread broken cookie pieces out evenly on parchment paper.  St Patrick Day Grasshopper Cookie
  4. Insert pretzel sticks into a ziploc bag and break into small pieces.
  5. Pour broken pretzel sticks evenly over the mint cookies.  St Patrick Day Pretzels
  6. Next, lay out the Mint M&M’s over the mixture in an even spread.  Mint M&M's
  7. Melt Almond Bark on stove or microwave according to directions on packaging.
  8. Pour melted Almond Bark over the dry ingredients to bind them all together. (scatter sprinkles on top if desired Almond Bark
  9. Place in the refrigerator for about 15-20 minutes to set. Break apart and serve.

You know have a mouthwatering mint masterpiece. The green M&M’s and sprinkles coupled with the fabulous mint flavor make it the perfect St.Patrick’s Day treat! Enjoy!

May your blessings outnumber
The shamrocks that grow,
And may trouble avoid you
Wherever you go.
~Irish Blessing

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About Staci Salazar

Dallas, Texas Mom Blogger of 5 from toddler to teens living the dream... from home! Blogger and Brand Ambassador with reviews and lifestyle content. Contact me at staci@7onashoestring.com. You can also find me on Twitter at @7onashoestring or as a Blogger Outreach Specialist at Mommy Mindset Media

Comments

  1. I LOVE mint. Pinning this to try over the week!

  2. Oh my that looks very tempting!
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  3. That looks really yummy! I want to snack on some right now actually. Don’t you want to bring me some?
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  4. Very festive!! Looks seriously delicious too.
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  5. Love these, so pretty and they look pretty easy to make too!
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  6. Yum! Now to find some nut-safe M&Ms!
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    • I actually tried to think of something that would not have nuts but was at a loss. I think I was just stuck on chocolate in my mind. I would be interested in seeing what you come up with!

  7. Love this recipe!
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  8. My Daughter Hannah Jayne’s gonna love you for this Staci….thank you so much! :)

  9. I’m not a mint eater myself but pinned this for those who love mint because clearly they need to hop on this stat. My hubby would love it and so would my sister.
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  10. This sounds wonderful and so easy to make!
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  11. I’m not a big fan of mint flavor, but this looks fabulous even to me! And I know my husband would love it. He likes mint.
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  12. Mmmmm, oh my yumminess, this looks so good! Pinned and stumbled!:)
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  13. Perfect combination! My daughter’s birthday is on St. Patrick’s Day, so we’re always looking for fun, new recipes. Thanks for sharing!
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