Looking for a fun and festive St. Patrick’s Day kid’s snack? Well I’ve got a super easy one for you. Jell-O Shamrocks.
Mix Jell-O and boiling water, stirring until Jell-O mix is completely dissolved. (You don’t need to add any cold water like you do when making regular Jell-O.) Pour mix into a 13×9 inch pan. Refrigerate until firm, approximately 3 hours. Before cutting, dip the bottom of the pan in warm water for about 15 seconds. Using your cookie cutter, cut Jell-O into shamrocks.
Viola! A lucky snack for the kiddies. While Annabelle couldn’t help me with the first few handling-boiling-water-steps, she was very excited to cut the Jell-O into shamrocks. And she loved eating (and playing with!) her wiggly treat.
Like with the Shamrock Chips I made a few weeks ago, there are endless snack possibilities here. When I bought my shamrock cookie cutter, I picked up a little chick one as well. Yellow Jell-O Easter chicks anyone?
And now, it is time for another edition of Collectively Creative. March brings The Lucky Edition. Here are eleven luck-filled posts written by my lovely bloggy friends.
Feeling lucky? Click away!
A Lucky Save! – (Pillows A-La-Mode)
DIY Craft: ‘Stained Glass’ Shamrock – (Time With Thea)
The many meanings of “lucky” – (The Thing About Joan)
This Party Calls For A Theme: It’s All Rainbows and Unicorns – (Green Door Hospitality)
Keep Calm and Pinch On – (A Ponytail Kind Of Day)
Honorary Irish and my favorite Irish Soda Bread – (My Healthy ‘Ohana)
Hello, 6 – (Joy, Lovely Joy)
Luck o’the Irish for Easter! – (Minerva’s Hand)
Lucky Gold Elephant – (Now at Home Mom)
Make your own luck (using a crochet hook) – (Gentle Stitches)
Asian Cucumber Salad – (Inspire and Indulge)