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St. Patrick's Day Treats to Make with the Kids

Break out the green food coloring and get in the St. Paddy’s day spirit with these sweet nibbles.



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Leprechaun Lime Floats

Lime Sherbet Floats ( green recipes for St Patricks Day)

Pretty and delicious! Grab some lime sherbet and lime soda, mix them together in mason jars and you've got an awesome float. If the kids don't like lime, you could put green food coloring in Sprite or ginger ale to get the same effect.

Great Idea From: Home Cooking Memories 
 

Rice Krispie Charms

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Rice Krispie treats with a St. Paddy's day twist is something the kids will love. Make your treats as normal (adding in the necessary food coloring) but at the last minute mix in some of those marshmallows from Lucky Charms to brighten up the treats.

Full Instructions At: Classy Clutter 
 

Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies

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These sugar cookies get creative, with some mint chips along with the chocolate chips. It should tide you over if you are still waiting for your Thin Mints to come in… or if you've eaten all your Girl Scout cookies already.

Directions at: Raining Hot Coupons 

More St. Patrick's Day Ideas: 
St. Patrick's Day Parades 
Leprechaun Tricks
St. Patrick's Day Crafts
Green Morning Smoothie
Green Science Experiments

 
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