Get ready to break out your favorite juice and snacks because we’re getting ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! In case you’re you’re not sure where to start, don’t you worry. Our team has put together some of our favorite rainbow (and green!) snacks, to help make your St. Patrick’s Day prep just a little easier.
Whatever your plans are for the upcoming holiday, here are some great recipes to get the party started. The bonus is, these recipes are definitely kid approved!
Rainbow Sherbet Floats
- Rainbow sherbert
- Lemon-lime soda
In a large cup add 3 (or more depending on your glass size) scoops of rainbow sherbert. Next, pour lemon-lime soda slowly over the sherbet in your glass. Make sure to pour the soda slowly, since it will foam. Top off your float with some fun straws and serve!
Shamrock Pretzel Pops
How cute are these fun shamrock pops from Dancing Through The Rain? These pop can even be made vegan if needed.
Candy Rainbow Bark
If you’re in search of a quick dessert to bring some fun to the party, then the Candy Rainbow Bark from My Name Is Snickerdoodle is calling your name. Total prep time was less than 10 minutes, which means you can focus on other party tasks while you wait for your bark to set.
Leprechaun Snack Mix
This snack mix from Dinner at the Zoo is the perfect addition to any St. Patrick’s Day spread. Scroll down to the bottom of this recipe roundup to find out how to incorporate one of your favorite breakfast cereals into a tasty treat.
Rainbow Fruit Salad Parfaits
Both you and your little one will be happy with this snack from Thirty Handmade Days! These parfaits are both colorful and full of fruit so everyone will be raving about them. If you’re vegan, you can always substitute your favorite non-dairy whipped cream.
We want to see what you make! Make sure to snap a picture of your St. Patrick’s Day treats and leave them in the comments.