Shamrock Pretzel Pops St. Patrick’s Day Treats

We have updated these photos 2/20/2019 and used white chocolate melts instead.  These simple Shamrock Pretzel Pops are so easy to make your St Patricks Day Treats.  Be sure to check out our other fun St Patrick Day Cards and Rainbow Treats Bags. 

Stuck once more at home with three kids for a snow day that did not start until 2pm caused us to get a little creative in the kitchen. Fortunately my youngest still enjoys helping me in the kitchen and we came up with a few no bake ST. Patrick’s Day treats that are super simple and great for any last minute dessert needs.

We are sharing some fun no bake recipes likes these ST. Patrick Day Shamrock pops and Lucky Charm snack bars. The best part of these ST. Patricks Day treats is that you only need a few ingredients and no baking needed, just a microwave. 


Shamrock Pretzel Pops St. Patrick’s Day Treats

What you need for St Patricks Day Shamrock Pretzel Pops:

Shamrock Pretzel Pops St Patricks Day treats


For the St Patrick Shamrock Pops you will need a bag of yogurt or chocolate covered pretzel twist, green or white chocolate Melts, sprinkles and a lollipop stick.

First place your chocolate melts on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, and place in a 200 degree oven for 2-5 minutes until slightly melted.

Shamrock Pretzel Pops St Patricks Day treats

Insert a lollipop stick into the chocolate.

Shamrock Pretzel Pops St Patricks Day treats

Add three white chocolate covered pretzels .

Add another chocolate disc if desired on top and or just sprinkle the white chocolate with colored sprinkles.  You can also melt some green chocolate melts and make a circle of chocolate in the middle of the pretzels. 

Shamrock Pretzel Pops St Patricks Day treats


Allow the chocolate to set completely before lifting the shamrock Pretzel Pop.

Shamrock Pretzel Pops St Patricks Day treats

Shamrock Pretzel Pops St. Patrick’s Day Treats

For a fun green theme display, fill a jar with green split peas and stand up your shamrock pops for your little leprechauns. 


For the Lucky Charm snack bars, we simply made a rice krispie recipe. Once the mix is placed in your pan, sprinkle it with your Lucky Charms cereal. 

After they cool, we dipped the cut rectangles into white chocolate.   Allow them the chocolate to set completely before eating.  

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St Patricks Day Easy Shamrock Pops What is your favorite St. Patrick’s Day treat to make for your family? 

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Received my March Issue of Family Fun today and I love going to the final page to see what seasonal treat they created.

This month in honor of St. Patrick’s Day they made shamrocks out of no other than my favorite food crafting items, pretzels and chocolate.

clover pretzel

I first looked for chocolate covered pretzels at Kroger and was unable to find any. I know one of the pretzel companies makes them around Christmas.

I then found yogurt covered pretzels in the bulk section of Fresh Market. Just incase I also purchased tiny twists pretzels  to cover some in chocolate or bark, a little more tedious and not sure if I would have ever completed the project!! So relieved when I found the covered ones!!

Using chocolate connect 3 pretzels into this shape. Add the stem from a broken pretzel. Let them set.

The magazine suggests using green frosting to outline the shamrock. I did not have any so I simply tried more white chocolate, that I melted in a ziploc bag. I also found some green chocolate discs that worked well.


 Then cover or dip into green sprinkles.

Tired of making these. How about just adding some more green chocolate and sprinkles to the left over pretzels. Festive enough. My daughter enjoyed making these.

Shamrock Pretzel Pops St Patricks Day treats

Shamrock Pops St. Patrick's Day Treats

Yield: 8 Pops
Active Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Difficulty: easy

Shamrock Pops St. Patrick's Day Treats are an easy way to make some fun in the kitchen with kids


  • 8 Lollipop sticks
  • 8 White Chocolate Melts
  • 24 White Covered Pretzels
  • Sprinkles


  1. Melt White discs at 250 for 5 mins
  2. Adhere lollipop sticks to melted chocolate
  3. Add 3 Pretzels to each disc
  4. Sprinkle with decorations or add melted green chocolate in the middl e

Here is another cute option the little ones can help make from the Crafty Crow.

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  1. I love making No Bake Recipes and the item I make every year is Key Lime Pie! I make the no bake variety and it is so delicious! I sprinkle green sugar on top of the Whipped Cream!

  2. Wow! this would make a great snack and craft time. Great for family time.

  3. Looks so fun and festive! Thanks for sharing

  4. Those are beautiful! I would love to make these with my son!

  5. These are so cute! Pinned and I will be making these for St Patty’s Day treats

  6. These are so cute! What a fun idea. Thanks for sharing.

  7. These are so cute. I want to make some for my kids.

  8. I am loving how easy these were to make. Now I will have to try them out.

  9. You could easily make these in bulk, so easy. good luck

  10. These are so cute!

  11. The pretzel pops are so cute and they look easy! I love it!

  12. These are so cute. I want to make them! Great idea

  13. Totally adorable. Perfect for daycare snacks! I love stuff like this when I don’t have time to bake.

  14. This is amazing. I love the combination. Perfect treat.

  15. Well those turned out really cute. I love that they’re no-bake. Those are fun for the kids.

  16. These look amazing! I love that it could double as a centerpiece too! Love lucky charms also

  17. I love no bake recipes ! They are delicious and easy to make!

  18. Those pops look adorable ! I like how you made them look like clovers!

  19. These certainly are delicious treats. I love having no bake recipes on deck!

  20. Oh my goodness those are awesome! My kids would so love these!

  21. Those pops are brilliant! I have to make these! Thanks!

  22. Okay, those pretzel pops are brilliant! Such a great idea and so cute!

  23. These are adorable. And they look so easy to make. Thanks for sharing the recipe

  24. Those are some tasty looking treats! The Lucky Charm Bars are my favorite since I love Lucky Charms

  25. I love the pretzel pops! I’ll have to make those for my kids to take to school!


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