Now, first of all, Blarney stones are a thing! I just discovered them. They look incredibly tasty and a great way to celebrate your Irish heritage.
I know it is only January but St Patrick’s day is only a number of days away! I can’t believe how fast 2019 went.
So you might be asking what the are Blarney stones and how can I eat them?
Haha, don’t worry I will explain. The good news is they are very easy to make and absolutely delicious.
Essentially all that you need for this Blarney stones recipe is:
- Pound cake – made yourself or store-bought
- Milk – any variety will work
- Vanilla extract
- Powdered sugar
- Peanuts – ideally dry roasted
- Green food dye – Optional if you want to make these on St Patrick’s day
That’s it! This is by far one of the easiest and tastiest recipes I’ve ever made.
Here is the video which will break down just exactly what you need to do to make Blarney Stones:
Did you make these Blarney stones?
Comment below and let me know how they were. They say that if you kiss the Blarney stone you get the “gift of the gab”.
The Blarney Stone is located Blarney is derived from the Irish word An blarna meaning ‘the plain’.
Did you know The Blarney Stone is a must-see tourist destination in Blarney Castle, near Cork, Ireland, and 500,000 visitors line up every year to kiss it.
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Will you be making this recipe for St Patrick’s day? You might also be amazed by these St Patrick’s day facts.
Considering the power of the stone, Francis Sylvester, an Irish bard of the early nineteenth century, wrote:
There is a stone there, that whoever kisses,
Oh! He never misses to grow eloquent:
‘Tis he may clamber to a lady’s chamber,
Or become a member of Parliament