16 Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Treats and Crafts
With St. Patrick's Day quickly approaching, what better way to celebrate than green treats and festive kids crafts? Whether you're visiting your favorite St. Patrick's Day destination or spending time with the family at home, these fun ideas are sure to get you in the St. Patty's spirit and maybe even bring you the luck o' the Irish.
St. Patrick's Day Treats and Crafts
St. Patrick's Day Treats
Green Velvet Cupcakes With Fluffy White Icing from Food Family & Friends. St Patrick's Day perfection in the form of a cupcake. Complete with green sprinkles on top of that oh so fluffy frosting.
Chocolate Mint Grasshopper Cookie Ball Pops from Food Family & Friends. If you like Girl Scout's Thin Mints, you'll love grasshopper cookie balls.
Chocolate Mint Green Grasshopper Pudding Pie from Food Family & Friends. This no bake, easy preparation pie is always a delicious addition to any St. Patrick's Day festivity. All you need is Oreos and ice cream with a dab of whipped topping and you're on your way to the perfect pie.
Mint Chocolate Shamrock Shake from Food Family & Friends. Inspired by the high demand of McDonald's seasonal Shamrock shake, this amped up recipe combines mint and chocolate to create shamrock deliciousness.
How to Throw a St. Patrick's Day Party by Theme a Party via Mom It Forward. Make St. Patrick's Day more fun this year by throwing a party! This party planning guide has everything from themed entrees to desserts and even decorations.
Mint Oreo Cookie Balls from Food Family & Friends. This no bake cookie ball recipe is not only a delicious treat but a fun family activity as well. Try making the balls into shamrocks or four leaf clovers if you're feeling creative.
St. Patrick's Day Rainbow Pudding by Writing to Sanity via Mom It Forward. We all know a pot of lucky gold is at the end of a rainbow, so why not make your own rainbow? This rainbow pudding recipe will most definitely bring you the luck you need this St. Patrick's Day.
Frosted St. Patty's Butter Cookies by Musings From A Stay At Home Mom. Cookies are always a great way to get the kids involved in baking. Let them help with the fun frosting and sprinkles for this St. Patrick's Day delight.
St. Patrick's Day Whoopie Pies by Food Family & Friends. This recipe combines silky chocolate cake, sweet buttercream and crunchy marshmallows from Lucky Charms to create a delightful St. Patty's Day whoopie pie.
St. Patrick's Day Teacher Treats by Marci Coombs. Spread the green this year with a gift for your child's teacher, if they're on Spring Break during St. Patrick's Day, send it with them early.
How to Make a St. Patrick’s Day Mini Pallet Art by All In A Day via Mom It Forward. Get your home ready for St. Patty's Day this year with a craft that will add a hint of green. This mini pallet is perfect for that last minute decorating before the holiday approaches.
Green With Envy Teacher Gift by Marci Coombs. A little gift basket full of green themed goodies never hurt to give a teacher. Especially if it's around the time of parent teacher conferences.
St. Patrick's Day Lime Rice Krispies Treats by Musings From A Stay At Home Mom. These treats with a hint of lime make for a wonderful green treat to serve your little leprechauns.. and big ones too.
St. Patrick's Day Crafts
Leprechaun Handprints by Robyn from The Neighborhood Moms. This cute craft can be made by using paint and fun paper for a hat. Your kids are bound to love this project because we know kids automatically love anything involving paint.
DIY Lucky River Rocks by Cambria VandeMerwe via Mom It Forward. Collecting and painting lucky rocks is a unique activity to do with the kids to spark their excitement for St. Patrick's day. Be creative when painting and make sure to put them on display for others to admire!
Leprechaun Treasure Box by Sweeties Freebies. This box craft is a great place for your kid's St. Patrick's Day treats and treasures. Let them be creative by cutting and gluing things on the sides.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Enjoy baking and crafting these adorable green themed creations.
How do you like to celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Do you have a favorite craft or sweet treat to share?