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  • Priscilla LeJeune

    Shamrock Pretzels ((would be cute to "hide a few 4-LEAF clovers" in the bunch for lucky party favor winners))

  • Sara Stanke

    Ms. Fox's Sweets: Shamrock Pretzels, for Lillee my St. Patties baby

  • Chloe Dolce

    Shamrock Pretzels _ perfect for a St. Pattys day party!

  • Kathleen Rolf

    St. Patty's Day St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Pretzels Green Clover

  • Donielle Dean

    Ms. Fox's Sweets: Shamrock Pretzels recipe

  • Amber Austin

    Shamrock Pretzels- really cute idea for a class party or "leprechaun" treats.

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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these yummy shamrocks made from yogurt-covered pretzels. Ingredients waxed paper 3 yogurt covered mini pretzels 1/4 teaspoon vegetable oil 1/4 cup white chocolate chips green icing decorating sugar Instructions To make a batch, cover a work surface with a sheet of waxed paper. For each clover, arrange three yogurt-covered mini pretzels and a pretzel section as shown. Combine 1/4 teaspoon vegetable oil with 1/4 cup white chocolate chips and melt them together in the microwave according to the chips' package directions. Dab the mixture between the pretzel pieces to adhere them. Let the chocolate harden. Working with one clover at a time, pipe the edges and stem with green icing (we used a #8 round piping tip), then quickly sprinkle it with decorating sugar (we used white, light green, and dark green). Tips: To save sugar, sprinkle each clover on a small piece of waxed paper. After you've covered a few treats, use the paper to funnel the extra sugar back into its jar.