St. Patrick’s Day: 5 Fun Recipes to Make With Your Kids

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With St. Patrick’s Day just a few days away, we’re sharing 5 fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day recipes you can make at home with your kids. In light of current events, it’s important to disconnect for a bit and have a nice time with our families. These are bringing all the color and fun we need right now!

St. Patrick's Day: 5 Fun Desserts to Make With Your Kids Miami Moms Blog Becky Salgado

Lucky Charms Rainbow Cake

I made this last year, and it was a big hit! This cake requires nothing fancy. You can make your favorite box cake and packaged frosting (or make from scratch if you’re handy in the kitchen) and then create a rainbow using the marshmallows in Lucky Charms. Your little ones will enjoy sifting through the cereal to sort the marshmallows. Depending on their age, it’s a great time to practice counting or colors with them.

St. Patrick's Day: 5 Fun Desserts to Make With Your Kids Miami Moms Blog Becky Salgado
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St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Pancakes

Breakfast at home just got a sweet and colorful makeover! Get the instructions here — stack ’em high and enjoy!

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St. Patrick’s Day Popcorn

Whether you’re pairing them with a good movie or simply looking for a fun snack, this popcorn has all things sure to satisfy your sweet tooth — marshmallows, sprinkles and chocolate, with a hint of salty. Find the recipe here.

St. Patrick's Day: 5 Fun Desserts to Make With Your Kids Miami Moms Blog Becky Salgado
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St. Patrick’s Day Cupcakes

This is the cutest rainbow and pot of gold we’ve ever seen! Though this one is best to make with your older kids who may have better coordination, all ages will enjoy eating them! Get the full recipe here

5 Fun Foods to Make for St. Patrick's Day Miami Moms Blog Becky Salgado
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Green Mac ‘n Cheese

This is the perfect pairing for the other St. Patrick’s Day recipes we’ve shared. Packed with veggies (and zero food coloring), it’s a healthier alternative for the day. Find the recipe here.

Do you have a fun snack or craft you enjoy making with your little ones for St. Patrick’s Day? Share it in the comments below! For more fun treats you can make with your kids, check this out.

 

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Becky was born-and-raised in Miami where she resides with her husband, raising their two children. She is an equal opportunity dessert consumer, Redsox fan and pun lover who listens to Elvis and enjoys long walks down the aisles at Target. She could live off Kraft mac n cheese, prefers coffee over cocktails and loves a good sale. While she dreams of continuing her travels around the world, she is enjoying frequent visits to the happiest place on earth. Though “mama” is her favorite title, Becky also serves as Miami Mom Collective's Business Development Manager. Becky loves motherhood and is thrilled to be part of this online mom community. For on Becky's adventures in motherhood, Disney and bargain shopping, follow her at @beckysalgado_ .