Now that Valentine’s Day is over, feel free to take down the red and pink hearts and put in the green shamrocks, rainbows, and the pots of gold. Though keep in mind that the Irish take the leprechauns as offensive Irish stereotypes. Nonetheless, while some may bask in the parades and pub crawls on March 17, others might find their own way to party. This especially goes in families with kids where getting sloshed in honor of one’s Irish heritage isn’t really an option. Then again, many people around the world celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day and they don’t have to be Irish. Or even Christian since Saint Patrick is a patron saint of Ireland. Anyway, for your reading pleasure, I present to you another assortment of St. Paddy’s Day goodies. Expect a lot of green food here, not limited to green eggs and ham. Because that’s Dr. Seuss.
- Care for some St. Paddy’s Day chocolates?
Also includes shamrocks with a button on center. I’m sure these are professionally made though.
2. Put some green in your St. Patrick’s Day Chex mix.
Well, they mostly seem to consist of green M&Ms. Also includes Cheeze-It’s and pretzels.
3. You’ll feel lucky with these pot of gold cookie sandwiches.
The colors are together that they resemble flowers. So they’d probably be good for Easter as well.
4. Speaking of rainbows, take a bite out of this wrap.
Contains a different food for each color. And the clouds are sour cream.
5. Dip your shamrock cookies in this rainbow concoction.
Well, this person’s using animal crackers, which is just as well. Just hope you don’t mix the colors together before serving.
6. This veggie leprechaun makes a healthy lunch.
Got to love the baby carrot beard. He also has a hat sandwich.
7. On a cold day in March, warm yourself to some green shamrock soup.
Comes with some shamrock toast. Still, I’m not sure what the green soup is comprised of right now. Perhaps it’s peas, potatoes, or some other veggies.
8. Can’t have Irish stew with some Celtic knot bread.
Not sure how you can get this shape in a bread. But I can understand how it would go well with Irish stew.
9. You’ll find a rainbow surprise in these cupcakes.
Though the rainbow seems a bit pastel colored. Yet, each is topped with a green shamrock.
10. Grace your St. Paddy’s Day dessert platter with this rainbow trifle.
Consists of layers of jello and whipped cream. And you’ll find gold chocolate coins on top.
11. On this Irish flag cheese pizza, add some pepper shamrocks.
I guess the green part has food dye. Because you don’t want to eat actual green cheese since it moldy.
12. These green lip pops seem like they’ve just kissed the Blarney Stone.
I’m sure these are professionally made. Yet, they’re nonetheless a creative dessert.
13. Any little leprechaun would crave for this green lunch.
Includes grapes and peas along with some pizzas. Any kid would be lucky to have this.
14. For a sweet snack, munch on these green pretzel sandwiches.
Each one of these has green cream. Also covered in icing and sprinkles.
15. Have your little leprechauns wake up this Saint Patrick’s Day with some rainbow pancakes.
Each color layer is topped with whipped cream. Top is covered in sprinkles. May be guaranteed to clog your arteries.
16. Nothing makes an Irish dinner like some shamrock meat pies.
Well, they do eat meat pies in Ireland and Great Britain. But these shamrocks aren’t clovers.
17. For a healthy lunch, you can’t go wrong with this veggie rainbow.
The rainbow consists of peppers. The clouds are made of cauliflower. The pot of gold is cheese dip.
18. You’ll be lucky to have some Lucky Charms popcorn as a St. Patrick’s Day snack.
Okay, they just have the Lucky Charms marshmallows. Yet, you have some chocolate popcorn pieces on top.
19. Anyone will feel lucky with these cups.
Each is a sugar cookie filled with white cream. Each has a shamrock on top.
20. Delight your guests to some rainbow fruit salad.
After all, fruits come in all different colors of the rainbow. Comes with cream to dip stuff in.
21. You’ll be green with envy for these cupcakes.
Each of these is covered in green icing with a shamrock on top. Perfect for any St. Patrick’s Day party.
22. Care for some rainbow fruit pie?
Each slice has different fruits for all 6 colors. And all top on white cream.
23. Hope you find a pot of gold with this rainbow cake.
Each slice has all the colors of the rainbow in swirls. Not sure how to make this to keep the colors separate.
24. Sprinkle some Lucky Charms into your St. Paddy’s Day ice cream.
I bet the flavor here is Irish cream, which is booze I think. Still, with the Lucky Charms marshmallows, it’s probably magically delicious.
25. Perhaps you might want to say “Happy Saint Patrick’s Day” on a cookie cake.
Well, this one has shamrocks, rainbow, and a pot of gold in icing. Though it certainly seems professionally made.
26. Whipped cream and Lucky Charms always go well on green pancakes.
Sure it seems like you can get this at IHOP. Yet, it’s said to be a magical part of a complete Saint Patrick’s Day breakfast.
27. It’s never Saint Patrick’s Day without some of these shamrock cracker snacks.
Each of these has corned beef and veggies. Doesn’t sound very appetizing to me when you add the corned beef.
28. Serve guests at your St. Paddy’s Day party with some rainbow pizza.
Sure there’s no blue in it since no blue veggie exist. But each is sliced in a triangle.
29. For a healthy treat, go with a fruit salad flag.
Consists of kiwis, banana slices, and peach slices. Definitely not fruits you’ll find in Ireland.
30. I suppose an egg and rainbow fruit salad makes a great St. Paddy’s Day breakfast.
Not sure what the bread is for. But each color is a different fruit. The egg is the sun.
31. For St. Patrick’s Day dessert, you might want some gold icing on your green cupcakes.
Each cupcake also has green sprinkles. But the icing seems quite orange, too.
32. You’ll be lucky to find these rainbow strawberries in a pot of gold.
Each strawberry is decorated in icing of each rainbow color. But no, they won’t lead you to a pot of gold.
33. How about some fried dough in a Celtic knot?
Not sure how you can pull of that intricate design. But if you can, go for it.
34. Perhaps some St. Patrick’s Day pizza may suit your fancy.
Well, it has plenty of peppers for orange, yellow, and green. Pepperoni goes for the red. Olives are blue and red onion is purple.
35. No St. Patrick’s party can be complete without some Irish cream dip.
I’m sure this is for cookies. Contains chocolate syrup and green sprinkles.
36. A St. Paddy’s Day Rice cereal cake always has to include some Lucky Charms.
And I see that the marshmallows are on top. Mostly since they’re the reason why kids love the cereal in the first place.
37. Serve Saint Patrick’s Day dinner with some shamrock rolls.
Each roll is tied into a 3 leaf shamrock. Goes well with Irish stew.
38. These iced pretzels always make for a lucky St. Paddy’s Day treat.
Each of these is decorated in unique ways. Some have sprinkles while others have green drizzle.
39. You’ll be in for a lucky surprise with this rainbow cake.
Since it contains some gold chocolate balls inside. Hope you don’t spill out the contents.
40. How about a slice of shamrock pie for dessert?
Seems like a mint chocolate one to me. Even has a chocolate shamrock on a slice.
41. St. Paddy’s Day deviled eggs should always have some green to them.
Seems that the outside have of these has some intricate green design. Luckily it’s all food coloring.
42. No one could resist these rainbow jello cups.
Well, this one only consists of 5 colors since some of the layers are opaque. But make sure it doesn’t contain alcohol before your kids eat it.
43. Shamrock cupcakes are always golden.
Each of these has a green shamrock over gold icing. And they’re chocolate, too.
44. Any little leprechaun would adore these marshmallow hats.
Each of these is on a thin mint with a green marshmallow. Contains an icing buckle and fruit roll up rainbow shamrock.
45. You can’t celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day without some green velvet cupcakes.
Each of these is formed into as shamrock. And they’re all covered in white icing for a decorative touch.
46. It’s always top of the morning with green waffles.
Care to have it topped with chocolate chip mint? Part of this dessert Saint Paddy’s Day breakfast.
47. Though you might be more interested in a healthier breakfast.
Even includes a green omelet. Don’t worry, it’s just food coloring.
48. For a bit of luck, try some shamrock soda bread.
By the way, it has a green shamrock inside. Also, are those raisins? Disgusting.
49. How about some gold coins with your shamrock?
Yes, these are pancakes. Luckily, you won’t need to do anything to the gold coins.
50. As long as the M&Ms are green, you can make a shamrock.
Don’t forget to surround the cake with Kit Kat bars. Got to love that chocolatey goodness.
51. Any little leprechaun would love these rainbow pies.
Each of these comes with a pot of gold. too. Rainbow mostly consists of sprinkles.
52. You’ll taste the rainbow with these fruit tacos.
Each of the fruit represents a rainbow color. And they’re all in small wraps.
53. For dessert, can I interest you in some Irish flag trifle.
Each is in a layer of orange and green jello along with whipped cream. Great for any St. Paddy’s Day dessert platter.
54. You can’t do without some shamrock pizza at a St. Patrick’s Day party.
This one doesn’t have sauce. But it has some peppers as shamrocks.
55. Care for a green ham sandwich?
Yes, it looks disgusting. But at least it’s just the bread that’s green with food coloring.
56. You’ll always feel lucky with these shamrock cookies.
Well, the center cookie is a shamrock. But they’re all covered in green sugar just the same. Part of a gift set.
57. Make your Saint Patrick’s Day a lucky occasion with this magnificent cake.
This is a wedding cake. Yet, it certainly fits the occasion with the shamrocks.
58. A rainbow fruit salad always shines with marshmallow clouds.
Sure it’s not as vibrant as some of the other fruit salad rainbows. Yet, it nonetheless covers the plate.
59. When it’s chilly, feel free to warm yourself with some shamrock cheese and potato soup.
Well, it has some shamrock toast on it for luck. And it’s covered with horseradish for green.
60. Hope you can press your luck to enjoy this Saint Patrick’s Day fudge.
And yes, it’s green. But it’s covered with sprinkle shamrocks to drive the St. Paddy’s Day point.
61. At the end of the rainbow, you’ll find a pot of gold.
Oddly, these coins depict a portrait of John F. Kennedy. Not sure what that’s about.
62. Nothing makes Saint Patrick’s Day like shamrock noodles.
The leaves are made of tortellini in pesto. The stems are celery.
63. Make your guests feel lucky with these green hat cookies.
Sure they may be professionally made. But each one has a black belt with a gold buckle.
64. Shamrocks can come in all kinds of patterns.
Each of these is in green icing and different patterns. Some are plaid and some have dots.
65. Take a lucky bite out of these St. Patrick’s Day Rice Krispie treats.
Each of these has green icing on top with sprinkles. Still, like the shamrocks in the center.
66. Sometimes you might want to make a simple lunch.
The rainbow consists of fruits and veggies. The pot of gold is a sandwich with cheddar coins.
67. You’ll be lucky to find these pot of gold cookies.
The pots are in chocolate icing. And the rainbows are made of fruit roll ups.
68. There are plenty of layers with this rainbow cake.
This one has 5 layers and not in order. Topped with whipped cream and sprinkles.
69. Greet the top of the morning with these rainbow donuts.
Each of the rainbows is made of icing. And the icing only covers half of it.
70. Any leprechaun would cherish this bento lunch.
This one has a leprechaun sandwich and shamrock chips. I’m sure Irish child eyes are shining here.
71. Greet Saint Patrick’s Day with rainbow fruit salad and shamrock toasts.
This one has 2 toasts. And each fruit is a different color.
72. Grace your St. Paddy’s Day dessert platter with this pot of gold and rainbow cake.
This one is on top of a hat with a shamrocks on the rainbow. Love this.
73. For a lucky snack, try these 3 leaf clover pretzel bites.
Consists of green M&Ms on nutella with green icing for a stem. Great for parties.
74. You’ll have a lucky platter with this shamrock cookie cake.
It’s all smothered in green icing and sugar. And it’s piped in white. So pretty. Also covers a whole table.
75. There’s a lot of color to this rainbow trifle.
Each layer is made out of jello. Set it near a pot of gold. Or you could just use coins.
76. For your Saint Patrick’s Day dessert platter, try some of these rainbow palmiers.
Palmiers are a type of cookie. The rainbow inside is made out of sugar.
77. Perhaps a rainbow lollipop cake will suit your fancy.
You can tell by now that I prefer rainbows over leprechauns. Because rainbows are pretty. And I’m part Irish.
78. These rainbow cake squares come bite size.
Each of these has several layers in each color. And you can eat these small squares with a toothpick.
79. You can always put a shamrock on a mint brownie.
I don’t think you can eat the clover unless you’re a rabbit. Yet, it’s pure chocolatey mint goodness.
80. There’s a great many color in this rainbow pound cake.
Each slice has colors in stripes. And the top is covered icing and sprinkles.