Lots of folks will use food to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. So I’ve rounded up some recipes for you.

I’m going to start out with a recipe for a kid-friendly float from Home Cooking Memories.

These shamrock shake cupcakes are from Crazy For Crust.

Here’s an appetizer for both kids and adults. Shamrock Chips With Pot ‘O Gold Dip by How Does She.

St. Paddy’s Day Parfait by Sincerely Jean.

Irish Soda bread by The Baker Upstairs.

A Leprechaun Lime drink by Taste Of Home.

Easy Shamrock Dip by Mrs. Happy Homemaker.

And last but certainly not least a healthy green fruit salad by Morgan Manages Mommyhood.

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  1. Brenda, these are all just too cute! I love those cute shamrock chips and the floats look delicious!! Thanks so much for all the recipes! Have a great day! Love and hugs!

  2. These all look delicious and festive! I enjoy baking Irish Soda Bread and scones. My mom was born in Northern Ireland. My grandfather was an ‘Orangeman’ therefore we wear orange to celebrate on St. Patty’s Day.

  3. Once again you have curated a nice selection of treats! The float and a cupcake sound good to me; I always have a sweet tooth. I love soda bread with some butter and strawberry jam too.
    Hope you and the furbabies had a good weekend.

  4. Those are all tasty-looking and fun ideas, Brenda. Since my birthday is on St. Patrick’s Day my mom always used to make Irish Stew and soda bread to celebrate. Then she would make a cake with green frosting! It’s been years since I’ve eaten those yummy foods for my birthday. Maybe I’ll at least make the soda bread this year and one of the other items shown above. They all look so good it’s hard to choose.

    Thanks for posting these suggestions for a festive St. Patrick’s Day!

    p.s. I’m not one bit Irish!

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