Top of the mornin’ to ya! We’re here with a fun St. Patrick’s Day treat, mini cookie sandwiches, that’s easy and sure to be loved by both little ones and their parents alike! In fact, when I found these mini chocolate chip cookies at the grocery store the other day, I knew I had to use them for something special. By adding a little pre-made frosting and some festive sprinkles, you’ve got a yummy dessert that your kids will love and can even help you make! Getting kiddos in the kitchen can be such a great family friendly activity.We do it whenever we can! And you could, of course, go the homemade route with this idea, but if you’re short on time like the busy moms at Take Time for Style so often are, the sort of homemade route is the way to go. Haha!
All you need is a bag of mini chocolate chip cookies, vanilla frosting and green sprinkles. Start by pulling out two cookies and put a generous dollop of frosting right in the middle. Top it with another cookie, and roll gently through a pile of sprinkles you’ve put on a plate. That’s it! These tiny sweets are perfect for serving at a party or for simply making with your kiddos as a special St. Patrick’s Day treat.
St. Patrick’s Day Cookie Sandwiches Recipe
Bag of Mini Chips Ahoy
Container of Vanilla Frosting
Directions (makes about 20 mini cookie sandwiches):
Like I mentioned, all you have to do to make this St. Patrick’s Day treat is place a healthy dollop of frosting between two cookies and roll the cookie sandwich gently through your sprinkles. Easy peasy! It’s so easy, in fact, I’m not sure it qualifies as a “recipe,” bwah!
Read below for more details on this yummy mini cookie sandwiches recipe!
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 116 Total Fat: 5g Saturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 4g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 47mg Carbohydrates: 18g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 16g Protein: 0g
I don’t know how your family feels, but mine simply lives to celebrate any and all holidays. I can probably thank my entertaining guru mama for that. And while she tends to go above and beyond, I have homework, after school activities, my job and more to contend with, so I’m always looking for ways I can make her holiday ideas a little more user friendly for the busy mom on the go. Haha! On that note, I shared a few more of our simple holiday recipes below!
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