Now that Valentine’s Day is over we move on from hearts, love, red, Cupid, and pink to green, booze, rainbows, leprechauns, pots of gold, shamrocks, and all things Irish. In some places like Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Day is seen as a religious holiday since it’s the feast of the nation’s patron saint who brought Christianity to the country. Yet, for many, it’s also an excuse for people to watch their local parades and get sloshed, which has the tendency to insult many Irish. Nevertheless, many Irish Americans don’t seem to mind and they tend to outnumber the Irish in Ireland. Still, whether for better or worse, Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world. Last year, I did a post on treats pertaining to the holiday which received a great reception. And because I found so many treats on Pinterest, I couldn’t refuse. After all, I’m an Irish Catholic in Pennsylvania so I have to honor that heritage.So for your reading pleasure, here are some more lucky treats for this Saint Patrick’s Day.
- Dip some sugar cookies in some rainbow cheescake dip.
As I call it, the signature seven layer dip for Saint Paddy’s Day. However, unlike the game day counterpart, all layers have the same stuff but in different colors.
2. For your Saint Patrick’s Day party, you can’t have a better place for your spinach dip than a shamrock bread bowl.
Now that’s a really big bread bowl. But at least it’s rather fitting for the occasion. And you can take a piece of it, too.
3. This Saint Patrick’s Day, serve your guests some lucky lime salad bars.
Guess these are the kind of Saint Patrick’s Day salad bars they served in the 1950s. You know, the time when people used salad and mayonnaise on everything according to magazines.
4. Your kids would consider themselves lucky eating these shamrock Rice Kristpie treats.
You can even decorate these with Easter M&M’s. And I think they might be available since Easter tends to be a bigger holiday. Believe me, I know.
5. This Saint Patrick’s Day, celebrate with some four leaf clover quiche.
Looks pretty small as far as I can see. Includes spinach which goes without saying. Still, very appropriate for March 17.
6. Treat your kids this Saint Patrick’s Day to some leprechaun marshmallow pops.
Sure it’s probably filled with sugary sweetness. But you have to admit that this is quite cute if you ask me.
7. Of course, you can never go too fancy with shamrock cookies.
As we can see by the patterns, they’re definitely professionally made and not cheap. Still, love the patterns.
8. For pots of gold, Oreos can really come in handy.
Yes, these are cupcakes. But the Oreos are dipped in chocolate icing and decorated with gold sprinkles. Seems doable.
9. For Saint Patrick’s Day, green bread is always the best bread.
Don’t worry, I think it’s pistachio bread. Still, best served with a breakfast of green eggs and ham. Well, as long as such stuff has green food coloring and doesn’t cause trichinosis.
10. If you like pasta, then you’ll love some rainbow spaghetti.
I’m sure the pot of gold is supposed to consist of cheese and bacon. Yet, I like how the spaghetti is in all different colors.
11. Grace your Saint Patrick’s Day dessert platter with this shamrock pie.
I think this might be an apple pie but I’m not sure. Nevertheless, I did post a picture of a shamrock pie before, but not one like this.
12. Who says that you can’t have shamrocks or rainbows?
Yes, these cookies have shamrocks and rainbows. And they have 2 sugar cookie layers to boot.
13. As luck would have it, these shamrock fudge squares are guaranteed to be irresistible.
All these consist of fudge squares and green icing shamrocks. If you can make fudge, you can make this.
14. Grace your dinner table this Saint Patrick’s Day with some shamrock braided bread.
To make bread dough is easy. To braid it and make it into a 4 leaf shamrock doesn’t. Or at least as I see it.
15. If you want some meat in your clover bread, these shamrock sausage rolls will sure please.
Sure they may look like shamrock buns. But these have sausage in them. At least that’s what they’re supposed to have.
16. For your Saint Patrick’s Day dessert, you can’t go wrong with some shamrock trifle.
Well, it has minty pudding and chocolate Oreo layers. And it’s topped with sugary shamrocks. Looks pretty.
17. This Saint Patrick’s Day lunch is bound to make your kids feel lucky.
Seems like this one consists of skewered grapes, a marshmallow peep, rainbow fruit rollup, chocolate coins, and a shamrock sandwich. And yes, it’s mostly green.
18. For Saint Patrick’s Day, a bunch of cupcakes can make a rainbow.
Yes, this is one of those tearaway cupcake cakes. It’s said to be “end of the rainbow” but I don’t see a pot of gold within sight. Just clouds.
19. This Saint Patrick’s Day, start off with a shamrock omelette.
As you can see, green bell peppers make great 4 leaf clovers. Still, it means you might have to chop them from the top instead of the side though.
20. You can’t celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day without a marshmallow cake like this.
Yes, this cake is all covered in marshmallows. And yes, some of them are unedible since they’re covered in sugar. But it still looks so cute.
21. Treat yourself this Saint Patrick’s Day to some shamrock brownie sandwiches.
It’s said to contain chocolate in mint. Nevertheless, they sure look tasty if you take it from me.
22. For a lucky Saint Patrick’s Day, you can’t go wrong with rainbow cookies.
You have two choices: clouds or no clouds. Either way, they sure look pretty. Wouldn’t mind one or the other.
23. Wouldn’t you want a hidden pot of gold in your brownie cup?
You put the gold sprinkles in the brownie before topping it with green icing and a shamrock. Not sure where you get the gold sprinkles to begin with though.
24. For Saint Patrick’s Day dessert, nothing beats green velvet rainbow cupcakes.
I might’ve shown these before last year. However, these aren’t covered in chocolate. But yes, they sure do have a lot of icing.
25. If you have sliced cucumbers, why don’t you arrange them like a shamrock?
Yes, this is a 4 leaf clover with cucumber slices. Not sure if you use a pot of gold cheese dip or dressing. But I think it’s clever.
26. For your Saint Patrick’s Day dinner, you can’t go wrong with some pot of gold salad.
Seems to consist of cauliflower, bell peppers in 4 different colors, and guacamole. Still, it looks so cute.
27. For your Saint Patrickt’s Day snack, munch on some of these shamrock crisps.
These are shamrock crackers with green leaves sprinkled all over them. Sure they have 3 leaves but they must be tasty.
28. Got a bunch of empty baby food jars? Make some rainbow jar mini cakes with them.
I’m sure parents with small children could make these. But I think these are adorable and that kids would love them.
29. Wake up this Saint Patrick’s top of the morning with a sticky bun shamrock.
They might not be the best thing for you heart or pancreas wise. But I do like the idea of putting cinnamon rolls together to make a shamrock.
30. Nothing makes Saint Patrick’s Day worthwhile than a loaf of rainbow bread.
However, if you should have a slice, make sure you ask the maker whether it contains brown acid or marijuana. Sure I might be stereotyping but you never know.
31. Any lucky kid is bound to eat this Saint Patrick’s Day lunch up.
These consist of a shamrock sandwich and cucumber slices as well as other delights. Said to be great for a kid’s school lunch.
32. You aren’t lucky on Saint Patrick’s Day until you have one of these leprechaun cupcakes.
These tend to resemble the witch cupcakes I have on one of my Halloween treat posts. Still, they’re adorable and I’m sure kids will love them.
33. Wake up this Saint Patrick’s Day morning to some shamrock waffles.
Well, this seems to have 5 heart waffles in green. Wonder whether they use green syrup for it. Probably.
34. Celebrate this Saint Patrick’s Day with healthier options such as these rainbow fruit kabobs.
These consist of strawberries, cantaloupe, pineapple, grapes, and blueberries. And it has some chocolate coins in the pot of gold.
35. It’s not a Saint Patrick’s Day party unless your party has a cake like this.
This one includes a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, a leprechaun hat, a keg, and a leprechaun. Still, certainly professionally made.
36. No kid is luckier on Saint Patrick’s Day than the one with the leprechaun in their lunch.
This consist of a leprechaun sandwich that resembles a ginger homeless guy and shamrock cheese. Still, it’s so cute.
37. This Saint Patrick’s Day, enjoy lunch with these cucumber shamrock sandwiches.
Wonder how they got bread shaped like this. Oh, wait, they made it. Still, like how they’re shaped into clovers.
38. Nothing makes a Saint Patrick’s Day breakfast than some shamrock eggs.
Well, they don’t necessarily look like shamrocks. Then again, you get the idea. Well, sort of.
39. Warm yourself up this Saint Patrick’s Day with a bowl of shamrock soup.
Sure it may look like a shamrock now. But once the spoon’s in it, it probably won’t be.
40. Have a top of the morning breakfast with some shamrock eggs.
Comes with a rainbow of fruit. Still, The shamrock is atop the scrambled eggs and an English muffin.
41. You can’t get luckier this Saint Patrick’s Day unless you treat yourself to a rainbow milkshake.
Wonder how they keep the colors separated like that. Also, there’s a chance that it might contain brown acid or a plant that’s said to bring upon world peace.
42. Who says there’s a leprechaun in your sandwich?
Includes some banana clover and a pot of M&M’s. Sandwich is covered with a cucumber smile, carrot hair, and a cucumber hat. Still, so cute if you ask me.
43. You can’t have a Saint Patrick’s Day party without serving four leaf clover pizza.
Mostly cheese and green basil as far as I see. Still, I think it’s rather clever. And looks quite tasty.
44. Nothing makes Saint Patrick’s Day worthwhile than a cake of a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Well, it has a pot of gold on the bottom, a rainbow in the middle, and a leprechaun hat on top. Nevertheless, most likely professionally made.
45. For a more fruity Saint Patrick’s Day look no further than this leprechaun.
This one has an apple hat and face. But it also has a ginger orange beard. Nevertheless, a rather adorable fruity bit, can’t you say?
46. For a lucky lunch, this shamrock bento can’t be beat.
This includes rainbow fruit kabobs, shamrock noodles, pot of gold and shamrock chocolates, and a shamrock sandwich. Nevertheless, I’m sure some kid would love it.
47. If you love Saint Patrick’s Day and Care Bears, this cake is for you.
Not sure if there’s a Care Bear named Lucky that has a 4 leaf clover on its chest. Still, this one has a shamrock and rainbow so it fits.
48. You can’t have a better addition to your Saint Patrick’s Day dessert platter than chocolate chip rainbow cookies.
Yes, these are chocolate chip cookies that just happen to be the colors of the rainbow. And it’s just the magic of food coloring.
49. For those with a sweet tooth, you can’t do much better than rainbow candy kabobs.
Man, I didn’t know that they had so many colors of licorice. Still, you have to love the caramel candies for the gold and the marshmallows for the clouds.
50. Get lucky this Saint Patrick’s Day with these pot of gold cake pops.
The green pot may be made out of cake. But the gold coins are made from colored sugar. Yes, color sugar, you heard me.
51. For Saint Patrick’s Day desserts, you can’t beat lucky whoopie pies.
Well, that’s what they call them. But these have Lucky Charm marshmallows in green filling. So they must be magically delicious.
52. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day, courtesy of Eat n’ Park.
It’s a local restaurant chain in my area, don’t ask. Still, when I see these smiley face cookies, I can sense where it came from. Yes, Eat n’ Park’s the place for smiles.
53. This bento lunch is guaranteed to give you the luck of the Irish.
Not sure why I put so many bento lunches on here. Must be because I seemed to save so many but didn’t get the chance to put them on last year’s Saint Patrick’s Day treat post.
54. This Saint Patrick’s Day, it doesn’t hurt to go green at the top of the morning.
This consists of green eggs and pancakes. Better be food coloring on those eggs because if not, they might give you salmonella.
55. With shamrock cookies like these, how much lucky can you get?
I’m sure these are professionally made. Nevertheless, I really like these shamrocks.
56. Whether you want a rainbow vegetable, fruit, or rice, this bento has it all.
I’m sure some of these use food coloring ofr nature doesn’t always conforms to the rainbow. This is especially with the rice.
57. For some traditional Irish fare, help yourself to some potato soup.
Did I say that it’s in a bread bowl? And that the lid has a shamrock cut out of it?
58. When it comes to Saint Patrick’s Day dinner, you can’t think of a better side than shamrock buns.
Are these shamrock buns? Or are these heart buns made to look like shamrocks? The world may never know.
59. Celebrate this Saint Patrick’s Day with some rainbow wrapped marshmallows.
These are supposed to be rainbows in the clouds. And yes, the marshmallows are wrapped with rainbow fruit roll ups.
60. If you love chocolate dipped cookies, then you’re in luck with these shamrocks.
These seem so tasty. And the best part is, these shamrocks are covered in chocolate.
61. If you’re in the mood for Mexican, try some shamrock quesadillas.
Yes, these are shamrock tortillas as you can see. Still, wonder if it tastes delicious.
62. This Saint Patrick’s Day, say “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” with cupcakes.
For some reason, these are more suited for Valentine’s Day than Saint Patrick’s Day. Then again, they’re green.
63. These Saint Patrick’s Day cookies come in shades of green.
These are bar cookies in a few shades of green. Just right for Saint Patrick’s Day.
64. These Saint Patrick’s Day cupcakes are said to be as cute as a button.
Because these shamrocks have buttons for leaves. Still, they are as cute as a button as the name says.
65. This Saint Patrick’s Day, take a slice of shamrock cheese cake.
I think this came from Martha Stewart. Still, I found it on Pinterest.
66. Those who like big things in small packages might enjoy these pot of gold mini cakes.
And they have rainbows on them, too. Yet, these are so adorable.
67. When it comes to Saint Patrick’s Day, you can’t do better than a shamrock chicken and pesto pizza.
Not sure what it tastes like. But I hope it’s delicious because it sure looks like it.
68. Treat yourself this Saint Patrick’s Day to some shamrock cheddar biscuits.
The shamrocks are represented by parsley. Brought to you by Kraft and they look so tasty.
69. If you like frozen lucky treats, this ice cream shamrock sandwich can’t be beat.
I see that it uses chocolate chip mint ice cream for the filling. I like that ice cream flavor.
70. For Saint Patrick’s Day, your kids will feel lucky with these smiling shamrock shakes.
Yes, these are so adorable to make you melt. And the best part is you can eat the cups.
71. These Saint Patrick’s Day rainbow cupcakes are both so in icing and filling.
Unfortunately, these only come in 5 colors. So disappointed there’s no purple one. It’s a travesty.
72. This Saint Patrick’s Day, serve cucumber slices with parsley shamrocks and green hummus.
Well, at least these are somewhat healthy. Which says a lot compared to the other stuff on this post.
73. Celebrate this Saint Patrick’s Day with this one-of-a-kind rainbow ruffle cake.
I think this might be primarily a birthday cake. Yet, since Saint Patrick’s Day has rainbows, this counts.
74. Make your Saint Patrick’s Day worthwhile with these rainbow cake push pops.
And it seems like the colors are in different configurations. Still, I’m sure the kids will love these.
75. Grace your Saint Patrick’s Day dessert platter with these shamrock short cookies.
Yes, they resemble a leprechaun’s boxers. But still, you have to appreciate the creativity.
76. This Saint Patrick’s Day, snack on some sweet shamrock soft pretzels.
Yes, these are shamrock soft pretzels. Yes, they look like buns but they’re not. And they’re covered in green sugar.
77. When it comes to Saint Patrick’s Day, you can’t get luckier with these cookies on a stick.
I know these are Saint Patrick’s Day cookies since they consist of shamrocks and rainbows. And other circle shapes. I guess the yellow ones are supposed to be coins.
78. It’s not Saint Patrick’s Day until you serve some Lucky Charms cupcakes.
Called thus because they have green filling and have Lucky Charms marshmallows on top. Said to be magically delicious.
79. For luck this Saint Patrick’s Day, feast your eyes on a cake like this.
This cake is covered in shamrocks with 2 horseshoes on top. Certainly professionally made and not cheap.
80. Now this is the kind of Saint Patrick’s Day lunch for over the rainbow.
This rainbow consists of cherry tomatoes, carrots, corn, and peas on rice. Lunch also consists of ham rolls and a cupcake.