Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these Easy to Make Lucky Charm Cookies

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St. Patrick’s Day is this weekend! That means it is also mid-March.. where is time going? Back to St. Patty’s Day. I thought I’d help you celebrate by sharing this super easy to make Lucky Charms Cookies recipe. All you need is a box of Lucky Charms cereal, a package of sugar cookies, one egg and butter. That’s unless you want to make your own dough, then keep scrolling for my favorite sugar cookies recipe.

Making the Cookies

First, separate the marshmallows from the cereal (I did about 1.5 cups) and set aside. Next, prepare the cookie dough per instructions. The package that I got only called for 1/2 cup of butter and 1 egg. Once the dough is prepared, mix in about 1 cup of the marshmallows. Save the 1/2 cup to top the cookies and garnish. If you’d like to make your own dough from scratch, I recommend this recipe. I have tried it and it makes good sugar cookies.

Once you’ve folded the marshmallows into the dough, use a teaspoon to drop cookie dough onto a baking sheet. Make sure to place them about two inches apart. Bake at 350 (or temperature on your package instructions) for about 8-9 minutes. Remove from oven, they will continue to bake on the baking sheet for a few minutes as they cool down. Remove from baking sheet once cool, top with extra marshmallows and that’s it! 😉

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  1. We tried this recipe and were disappointed with it. I’m sure we followed it step by step, and maybe it was supposed to happen this way – but the rice just turned to mush. the flavor was ok, but the mushy rice & the fact that there wasn’t much nutritional value to it aside from some protein from the chicken, we won’t be making it agin.

  2. These cookies look just awesome … they would be great for any St. Patrick’s Day party. I’ll try to prepare them at home, even though we don’t really celebrate this holiday in Poland. 🙂

  3. Sounds really yummy! This is really creative too, since I never have thought about using marshmallows in cookies before, but that’s a good idea. 🙂

  4. This is such a cool idea. I have never tried separating marshmallows from the cereal before.
    Looks like a cool idea to try.

  5. these look easy enough even for me – I’m awful at baking! I think i’m going to make these for my niece & nephew – they would flip out for these!

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