These St Patrick’s Day treats are almost as sweet as a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
St. Patrick’s Day is often known for its festivities and libations, but these kid friendly St Patrick’s Day Treats are perfect for classroom parties, scavenger hunts, or preparing together at home.
Made with Lucky Charms cereal, quick cooking oats, and white chocolate chips, these no-bake Lucky Charms Granola Bars
from We are not Martha are a fun special treat for your loved ones at St. Patrick’s Day and year round!
These delicious Rainbow White Hot Chocolate Bombs
are made with white chocolate and white hot chocolate mix and Lucky Charms marshmallows. They’re great for St. Patty’s Day, Easter, Spring, and other events!
The jiggliest, most colorful and whimsical treat of all, this Layered Rainbow Jello
from House of Nash Eats is the perfect finger food for parties. This finger jello a total crowd-pleaser and it’s fun and easy to make.
shamrock Rice Krispie Treats feature two fudgey brownie cookies, a smooth, creme de menthe filling, and are topped with chopped Andes mints.
I love how quick and easy these St. Patrick’s Day Pudding Parfaits
from Crayons and Cravings are to make! Simply layer Lucky Charms cereal, pudding, and whipped cream to make this easy, festive, and delicious St. Patrick’s Day dessert.
This tutorial from Tikkido will show you how to make rainbow rock candy
using plain white rock candy and food coloring.
Chop a colorful assortment of veggies to create a rainbow of flavors with this cool veggie pizza.
This copycat McDonald’s shamrock shake recipe from the Gay Globetrotter is creamy, minty, and perfect for St Patrick’s Day.
St. Patrick’s Day Bark
is a quick and easy to make dessert with sweet and salty flavors in traditional green and white colors; ready in a little over an hour!
These adorable snack bags
are the perfect treats for kids to share with their friends. Get the free printable to put on top for a St. Patrick’s Day classroom treat!
Which of these kid friendly St Patrick’s Day treats are your favorite? Tell me in the comments below!