St. Patrick’s Day Food and Treats Ideas

Rainbow Waffles from *Random Thoughts of a Supermom*

I am always looking for fun ideas of things to do with the kids and this year I have been especially interested in making holiday inspired treats. These are the things that the kids will remember! Toys and clothes are broken and outgrown but memories tend to stick.

Rainbow Rice Crispy Treats from thirty handmade days

After coming across many fabulous ideas for St. Patrick’s Day I decided to put them all in one place so you and I can both find them more easily. A special thanks to tatertots & jello because several of these ideas I found from her Facebook posts!

Fruit Fun-Fetti Cupcakes from the MOTHERLOAD

Rainbow Pancakes, Cupcakes, Cherry Jigglers and more are linked up here at Pizzazzerie.

 

PIZZAZZERIE

St. Patrick’s Day is also my brother’s birthday and favorite holiday. I think I might try to make some of these up and send to him.

Shamrock Pretzel Snacks from Sun Scholars

Fruit Rainbows, Leprechaun Legs, Shamrock Shakes, and so much more linked up on this blog post from My Delicious Ambiguity.

My Delicious Ambiguity

And for those of you who don’t feel like baking, these really would be a ‘sweet treat’.

 

Sweet Pot of Gold from CraftOManiac

This last one is my favorite. I think I’ll save it for Miracle’s Birthday this summer!

 

Rainbow Birthday Cake from Sew Dang Cute crafts

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Melissa @ The Chocolate Muffin Tree
    Mar 11, 2011 @ 12:59:47

    Thanks for featuring me! Looks like a great blog!!! I will have to investigate further!

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  2. Kelli
    Mar 11, 2011 @ 13:08:07

    Thanks so much for including my waffles in your post!

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  3. aubrey ervin
    Mar 14, 2011 @ 09:01:18

    Fab!
    {I HEART ST. PATTY’S!!}
    Thanks for stopping by! Good luck on the giveaway!

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