Now that Valentine’s Day is over, it’s on to the green, shamrocks, rainbows, leprechauns, and pots of gold. Given that we have so many Irish Americans, it’s basically the Irish version of Cinco de Mayo. Except there’s some kind of religious significance since it honors Saint Patrick who brought Christianity to Ireland, not to honor a battle fought against the French at the US-Mexican border. Though that doesn’t stop people from using the holiday as an excuse to get drunk. Anyway, for your reading pleasure, I give you yet another assortment of Saint Patrick’s Day treats. Enjoy.
- A chocolate cake must have minty green icing.
And on 2 layers, too. Also don’t forget the chocolate drizzle.
2. Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with some rainbow sushi.
You might need food dye for the rice. But the peppers can be of a variety of colors.
3. Give your St. Patty’s day dessert platter a boost in luck this year with some leprechaun cookies.
These are made from heart sugar cookies turned upside down. So the top part can consist of the leprechaun’s beard.
4. Grace your Saint Patrick’s Day table with this rainbow snack platter.
The platter consists of snacks of different rainbow colors. Some of these are candy, by the way.
5. Treat yourself to some pot of gold cupcakes.
The cupcakes are turned upside down. While the gold coins are probably vanilla wafers in gold icing.
6. How about some fancy shamrock cupcakes?
The cupcakes are turned upside down. While the gold coins are probably vanilla wafers in gold icing.
7. You can’t have Saint Patrick’s Day without some Celtic knot shamrock cupcakes.
Well, the toppers are quite intricate. While the cupcakes are chocolate and covered with yellow icing and rainbow sprinkles.
8. Top your Saint Patrick’s Day dessert platter with this green bundt cake.
This is covered in 50 shades of green icing. Okay, maybe not 50 but it’s a lot of green.
9. Love chocolate pudding? Try these pot of gold cups?
The gold on top is popcorn with gold sprinkles on top. While the spoon handles have zigzag rainbows.
10. Perhaps you want to treat your guests to these Saint Patrick’s Day cookies.
Includes rainbows and shamrocks. Pots of gold consists of icing and sprinkles.
11. Nothing makes St. Patty’s Day sweeter like gold macarons.
These have chocolate filling and shamrocks on top. Perfect to put in any pot of gold.
12. You’ll find gold inside these rainbow cupcakes.
These consists of rainbow icing and pots of gold on top. So pretty.
13. Nothing makes St. Patrick’s Day like these green velvet cheesecake bars.
Well, they have the green on the bottom. And green sprinkles on top.
14. You might get lucky with some chocolate mint fudge cakes.
Well, they’re bars. But you have a layer of mint chocolate chip goodness.
15. You can’t go wrong with some spinach pesto on your pasta.
Or pesto in general. Because what’s Saint Patrick’s Day without green spaghetti?
16. Treat yourself this St. Patty’s Day with some shamrock fudge squares.
These have sprinkles and candy shamrocks and gold coins. Look so tasty.
17. You’ll never know what you’ll find in these shamrock cookies.
All of these have some chocolate caramel, and marshmallows inside. Also covered in green and chocolate icing and sprinkles.
18. Perhaps you’d want a piece of this rainbow cake.
Interesting how the rainbow’s on the side and consists of M&Ms. Pot of gold probably not edible in the least.
19. Care for a rainbow cupcake?
These are covered with white icing. All have a stream of rainbow icing with a cloud of mini marshmallows.
20. You’ll be refreshed with these mint chocolate cookies.
They’re chocolate cookies with green and chocolate icing. The shamrocks are made from M&Ms.
21. Treat yourself this Sant Patrick’s day to some Chinese dumplings.
Well, these have pesto inside so it kind of counts. Hell, I’m not sure if it’s even a Chinese dish. I just know it’s something you eat with chopsticks.
22. Anyone want a chocolate mint brownie?
These have some green filling inside. Covered in a layer of chocolate fudge and green sugar.
23. With these cupcakes, you can taste the rainbow.
And it seems the rainbow tastes like vanilla. Also consists of white icing and rainbow sprinkles.
24. You’ll have some Lucky Charms in some pastel rainbow bars.
They’re also covered in sprinkles. Though the rainbow seems to consist of 5 colors and includes pink.
25. Apparently, you’ll find layers of color on these cupcakes.
These are rainbow cupcakes with shamrocks on top. Each has 6 layers of sugar coated icing.
26. Bring the luck of the Irish with these rainbow pinwheel cookies.
These are covered with rainbow sugar. Hope you got a sweet tooth.
27. Get a bite out some of these mint chocolate chip beauties.
Each has some buttercream inside. Covered in white icing and green sprinkles.
28. Expose your taste buds to a piece of a mint chocolate chip cake roll.
This one has some chocolate cake and mint chocolate chip filling inside. Looks so tasty. Love it.
29. You can’t go wrong with shamrock cookies.
These have a green icing with some intricate Celtic design. And I’m sure they were made in a bakery.
30. Irish Millennials can’t go without their shamrock avocado toast.
Of course, Irish boomers will tell them to forego that to save money. Despite they don’t earn a living wage from their full time job.
31. There’s no greater treasure than an Oreo pot of gold.
These are covered in chocolate with some gold candies and a rainbow fruit roll up. Like how they stand up.
32. Feel free to serve up Irish hospitality with this shamrock cake.
Meaning, you’ll probably not get a piece of this if you wear orange or are English. Okay, I’m kidding.
33. Nobody can get enough of these mint chocolate chip cookie dough bars.
Though the FDA might think these are a hazard. Yet, eating cookie dough isn’t like drinking unpasteurized milk or raw meat. Come on.
34. Nothing makes Saint Patrick’s Day like some McPeeps.
They’re marshmallow peeps with gumdrop leprechaun hats. Sure I’m putting them in treats but I’d really not recommend you to eat them.
35. Nobody can resist these cookie mint sandwiches.
They’re supposed to be like Oreos. Green filling covered in sprinkles.
36. You’d want your pot of gold from these leprechauns.
Well, the pots of gold seem like they’re made of paper. But the leprechauns are just so cute.
37. Top your Saint Patrick’s Day dessert platter with this large hat cake.
It’s 3 tiers. The leprechaun hat’s decked with white shamrocks on the side and green shamrocks on the top.
38. Hope you can get lucky with these leprechaun cupcakes.
These have vanilla wafer leprechaun faces. Their hats are gumdrops while the beards are M&Ms.
39. Feast your eyes on these green deviled eggs.
The egg on here is dyed green. Makes a great St. Patty’s day appetizer, especially with ham.
40. Impress your guests with this Saint Patrick’s Day cake.
This one has a leprechaun hat, rainbow, and green shamrock flower. As gold coins deck the bottom.
41. You can’t have St. Patty’s Day dessert without some mint Oreo truffles.
These have Oreo in the center with an icing cover and sprinkles. Some have drizzle and shamrocks.
42. Perhaps these shamrock cupcakes can suit you.
They have candy shamrocks and coins. And each is topped with gold sprinkles and white icing.
43. Wake up this St. Patty’s Day with these shamrock cinnamon rolls.
Okay, these consist of a few cinnamon rolls. But you got to love their smell fresh from the oven.
44. Perhaps you’d want a snack platter like this for St. Patrick’s Day.
Hey, at least the foods are easy to find and rather healthy, too. Because you find green everywhere in nature.
45. Nothing’s better on Saint Patrick’s Day than green cupcakes.
Each of these is made from green velvet. Topped with candy shamrocks and white icing with sprinkles.
46. You’ll find some little shamrocks on these cupcakes.
These have green wrappers. Topped with small shamrocks, white icing, and green sprinkles.
47. Celebrate St. Patty’s Day with some shamrock cake roll.
Consists of few cake roll slices arranged like a shamrock. Though I’m not sure if it’s in key lime, cashew, or tapioca.
48. Nobody can resist these chocolate mint fudge brownie bars.
Consists of brownie at the bottom, green mint filling in the middle, and chocolate fudge on top. And yes, they sure look tasty.
49. Care for a Lucky Charms cupcake?
Each of these his decked with Lucky Charms marshmallows. Love the configuration on these.
50. Any cake can be a pot of gold.
Just add some vanilla Oreos and take them apart. Doesn’t matter if the cake is white with green edging.
51. You can’t have a better St. Patrick’s Day treat than a thin mint cheesecake.
You can see the thin mints on top with the white icing tuffs. Yet, the cake is a light minty green.
52. Nothing makes a better St. Patty’s Day snack with some Guinness mix.
Consists of pretzels, shamrocks, and beer glasses. Some of these are candy items.
53. You can’t resist these green shamrock cookies.
These have white icing on them that’s in a cross. Some even have green sugar on them.
54. How about some shamrock bread with your St. Patty’s Day dinner?
You can at least pull these apart. Though I’m not sure how much you can take as a serving.
55. You can’t get enough of this Oreo cookie trifle.
This one has some minty green icing. Also consists of Oreo bits on the bottom, fudge, and other chocolate bits.
56. You can’t have St. Patrick’s Day without some fancy gobs like this.
Okay, they’re more like cupcakes. Yet, each consist of a 2 layers of green icing with chocolate cookies on top.
57. Bet you’ve never seen shamrock cookies like these.
These have green icing inside. Perfect for any Saint Patrick’s Day dessert platter.
58. Feel free to dip your chocolate cookies in chocolate.
Just make sure the chocolate has green shamrock sprinkles. Just a little FYI.
59. Care for some stained glass shamrock cookies?
Wonder how they pull it off. And what the hell the filling is made out of?
60. Go green with your mashed potatoes this Saint Patrick’s Day.
And you don’t need food coloring either. Just put some greens and chives and mixed them with the mashed potatoes. Simple.
61. Get lucky with these rainbow fortune cookies.
Not sure what the fortunes may hold. But the colors are surely vibrant. Wow.
62. You can’t go wrong with a St. Patrick’s Day dessert pizza.
This one is covered in white icing with green and chocolate drizzle. Also got a lot of chunks of Andes candies.
63. You can’t go wrong with these cookie bars.
Consists of brownie and chocolate chip cookie dough. Decorated with mint Oreo bits and green M&Ms.
64. Want to try a slice of rainbow cake?
You can see the colors inside. Though it includes pink for some reason.
65. You can’t go wrong with a rainbow candy bar.
It’s actually a cake with rainbow layers inside and covered with chocolate. Also covered with rainbow sprinkles.
66. Want a leprechaun in your Guinness treat.
This is a cake pop with a large leprechaun head. Also has a green ice cream cone hat.
67. No kid can resist a shamrock Rice Krispie treat.
Each of these is covered in green icing with green sprinkles. Great for any Saint Patrick’s Day party.
68. A brownie can always use some green icing.
And yes, they’re showy and vibrant. Also covered with sprinkles.
69. You can’t get enough these shamrock Oreos.
Some of these are sprinkles. Some of these are candies. But all look delicious.
70. You can’t get luckier with these smiley face St. Patrick’s Day cookies.
These are cookies you can get from Eat n’ Park, which is the place for smiles. It’s a local restaurant chain from where I live. It’s like Denny’s but better. If you have kids, they’ll give one of these cookies to them for free.
71. You got to love St Patrick’s Day cookies like these.
Consists of leprechauns and hats, beer, pots of gold, and a fancy shamrock. The leprechauns hats look straight out of Dr. Seuss.
72. Hope you can try this pretzel shamrock.
Might need to take it apart and share. Also comes with green mustard to dip in, which is kind of wild.
73. You’ll be near the pot of gold with these rainbow meringues.
Yes, these are cookies. And yes, they’re in a rainbow swirl. But I’m confident they don’t have any acid inside them.
74. You’ll find plenty of shamrocks in these Rice Krispie treats.
The shamrock marshmallows are from Lucky Charm of course. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.
75. Don’t forget to add a thin mint in a cupcake.
These are on mini cupcakes. And yes, the Girl Scout cookie sits on green mint icing.
76. You can’t go wrong with this St. Patrick’s Day veggie platter.
And you should have no trouble finding green veggies either. Since that basically consists of most of them.
77. Want a chocolate cheesecake shamrock?
It’s basically a green cheesecake and chocolate brownie mixed together. Love the swirls.
78. You’ll be lucky to have a rice leprechaun hat.
These are covered in icing. Love the belt and buckle decorations. So simple.
79. How about some rainbow brownie bars?
These are in swirly rainbow patterns. Kind of groovy don’t you think?
80. Please your guests with some mint chocolate chip fudge.
Seem to more or less resemble brownies to me. Yet, I bet they taste spectacular.