It’s time to pull out something green to wear and celebrate the day we all get to be a little Irish! Hungry Happenings and friends have 30 St. Patrick’s Day Edible Craft Recipes that will keep all your Irish eyes smiling, and that’s no blarney!
I have some fun and creative recipes at Hungry Happenings that will make your family and friends want to kiss the Irish cook!
You won’t have to find the end of the rainbow to enjoy the treasure found inside these sweet leprechaun hats.
Candy Leprechaun Hats Filled with Sweet Surprises
You’ll thank your lucky shamrock when you taste this festive cake.
These cheesy shamrocks are delicious as an appetizer or as a complement to your St. Patrick’s Day meal.
Make these cute shamrock pops and bring on the Irish smiles!
Shamrock Rice Krispie Treat PopsHere are two cakes that wear the green so well your guests won’t have to pinch themselves when they enjoy each delicious bite.
Chocolate and creme de menthe are the lucky combination in this delicious and festive fudge.
Bailey’s Irish Cream flavor these sweet mini cakes that could also be crafted in green.
Here are some sweet dessert recipes from The Partiologist that will have you dancing an Irish jig!
All that glitters is gold with these elegant Bailey’s infused cupcakes from Pink Martinis and Pearls.
I mustache you a question, but I’ll shave it for later. There’s no question you’ll love these mustache and shamrock cookies from Munchkin Munchies.
Even coconut can be Irish for a day with these luscious little cakes from Pint Sized Baker.
These two fun edible crafts from Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons are the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for your littlest kitchen helpers.
Leprechauns, green beer, and rainbows abound in these great recipes from Sugar Swings! Serve Some.
These cute little bears, shamrock shakes, and marshmallow pops from Party Pinching would be sure to please your little leprechauns.
Your wish will come true when you take a bite of this shamrock cake from Itsy Bitsy Foodies.
Eating your vegetables is easy with these fun and easy leprechaun hats from Creative Food.
What’s more Irish than potato soup? Here’s a version from Home Is Where the Boat Is that is beautifully served in a “pot of gold”.