Chocolate Pots of Gold

Happy Monday!  Did you have a nice weekend?  We finally received some much-needed rain here in Southern California … snow in the mountains too!  It’s March already and St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner.  Last Friday, I shared my Rainbow Cronuts with you and promised Chocolate Pots of Gold.

chocolate pots of gold

Can you tell what I used?  I thought that it was very appropriate that you would find a donut pot of gold at the end of a cronut rainbow 😉

cronut rainbow donut pot of gold

These were fun to make and were very popular with everyone, especially with the kids in the neighborhood!  Using store-bought donuts, chocolate and Sixlets made the project especially fast and easy!

Mini Chocolate Donut Pots of Gold by SweetSimpleStuff

This is what you will need …

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  • Mini chocolate coated donuts
  • Chocolate candy coating (such as CandiQuik)
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Gold Sixlets (1-4.5 ounce jar for about 12 pots of gold)
  • Gold Disco Dust

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  1. Melt chocolate according to package directions and place in a squeeze bottle or pastry bag.  Make 4 chocolate dots (legs) on top of donut.
  2. Turn donut over, use a some chocolate to attach a mini marshmallow in the center of donut.  Pipe a chocolate handle and a rim (do it twice if necessary) around the flat portion of the donut.
  3. Use melted chocolate to attach gold candy.
  4. Use a brush dipped in gold Disco Dust to add some more sparkle.

chocolate donut pots of gold

Tomorrow is Fat Tuesday … you may want to whip up …

P1030684 Easy King Cake with Candy Beads

an Easy King Cake!

I love your comments!

♦  I share my stuff with these fun parties  ♦


13 thoughts on “Chocolate Pots of Gold

  1. Happy St. Patty’s day to you! Great little pots of gold. I thought these pots of gold were so much bigger until I read your ingredient list, like HUGE. I am glad they are just little treat bites-just perfect. Take care, BAM


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