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I'm a redeemed child of God and the momma to four vivacious daughters. I'm passionate about finding hidden blessings in the trials of life, living it out in an honest and open way, while encouraging those around me to believe in better.

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Mar

shamrocks & a sense of humor {tuesday unwrapped}

Today, I’m joining Emily in unwrapping an expected gift.  My gift for you today?  A sense of humor.

So … I posted about this treat last year, but never had the chance to make them with the girls … so decided to go for it this year!

Ingredients:

  • white melting chocolate
  • green sprinkles
  • tiny pretzel twists
  • mini pretzel sticks
  • a sense of humor

Directions:
Melt the white chocolate.  Lay out 3 pretzels in the shape of a shamrock {on wax paper}, then put a pretzel stick on the bottom.  Spoon some melted chocolate over the middle of the pretzels and finish by sprinkling {or pouring in the baby’s case} some green sprinkles over the top.  Let sit overnight for the chocolate to dry.  Or …

Go downstairs to your home theater for a movie night, leaving five dogs unattended to gobble up your freshly made treats.

Yeah.  It’s like that.

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12 Responses to “shamrocks & a sense of humor {tuesday unwrapped}”

  1. Kat says:

    Oh, these are too cute and too funny about your dogs gobbling them all up!

    Kat :)

  2. Dawn says:

    i loooove chocolate covered pretzels. and this looks like the perfect treat to be able to throw together! and… i don’t have a dog that will gobble them all up. just my medicine induced appetite! thanks for the great idea!

  3. Leslie says:

    Oh no!!! Sassy puppies!! The shamrocks were so cute, too! (And apparently very tasty!!)

  4. Trisha says:

    This is so fun! Simple but yummy treat just in time for St. Patty’s Day. So glad you shared it!

  5. cyndi says:

    How adorable! Were the girls upset their hard work was gobbled up by the dogs?

  6. Jill says:

    Cute and a great kid’s project!

  7. YOU HAVE FIVE DOGS? and four girls? oh my— what a GRAND sense of humor you must have by now. THOSE are super cute treats… hope the doggies loved them. :):)

  8. Heather says:

    this story completely cracks me up!! poor girlies can’t even enjoy their work! hopefully you guys had some extra chocolate lying around! :-)

  9. Janie says:

    Tracie…just happened to take a look at your blog today and what good luck! These are so cute…I just got done making them. Thanks for the tip on the dogs…I made sure both of my little chocolate doggies were happily chewing some peanut butter rawhide! A little tip I learned from working with chocolate…put it in a Ziploc bag and then cut a little tip off of one of the ends…then squeeze it out. With some practice, it works pretty good…unless, of course, the bag doesn’t zip properly…then you have a mess! Thanks again for the cute idea…Kevin’s Irish teacher is going to love them.

  10. Janie says:

    Tracie…what luck that I decided to take a look at your blog today. I just got done making these…they are so cute. I made sure my two chocolate doggies were happily chewing some peanut butter rawhide while they cooled on the counter! Cute idea…Kevin’s Irish teacher is going to love them!

  11. Lindsey says:

    Seriously, this is such a clever + cute idea. You never cease to amaze me!

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