Friday, March 9, 2012

St. Patrick's Day Treat Ideas



In case you are looking for some quick and easy St. Patrick's Day sweets ideas, we pulled out some from last years St. Patrick's Day kids party and thought we would share them with you!


When we were kids, mom would make us magic fairy milk, and we loved it! The pretty pastel colors of pink, green and yellow are still vivid in our minds today.


Even though we now know moms secret was nothing more than milk, honey and food coloring, we still love the magic she created for us as children and have passed that on to our children as we have done here in "Mothers Secret Fairy Milk" for St. Patrick's Day.





Serving Fairy milk in fancy bottles is always fun! Use recycled coffee bottles and embellish them with store bought striped straws, a piece of black lace, cupcake papers and free printables from TomKat Studio.


Serve up some cute mini sized leprechaun pudding easily using instant pistachio pudding and whipped topping in little green plastic cups. Embellish plastic store bought spoons with lace and flags cut from festive paper.



Candy sticks are so easy to make and add fun to your sweets assortment. Using skewers, slip on store bought large gum drops, jelly rings and gummy frogs and stick them in a treat bag. Fill a vessel with colored gum balls and... instant success!


Make up a batch of green Jello Popcorn {as seen in the back ground, we found our recipe at The Baking Beauties} and serve it in festive tall green cups.

For fun food on a stick, dip some large marshmallows in chocolate and sprinkle on some festive sprinkles. Decorate the tip of the stick with a green sparkle pom-pom.


Homemade cupcakes in festive cupcake papers topped with chopped up Andes mints hits the spot.



A leprechaun's treasure chest of gold can be had when you fill a simple wood box with chocolate gold foil coins and peanut butter cups.


At the end of the rainbow, find a pot of gold waiting for you. Using a mini terra cotta pot, spray paint it with black spray paint and add gold foil candy, a printable tag and place it in a cupcake paper.

We hope we have given you some creative ideas!

The tongue of the wise uses knowledge rightly,
But the mouth of fools pours forth foolishness.
Proverbs 15:2

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20 comments:

  1. I LOVE all of your ideas! Especially the last one...I think I need to make some this weekend:) We would love it if you linked up to our TGIF party: http://www.twosasters.com/2012/03/tgif-10-share-what-you-did-this-week.html

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  2. Good golly this is darling! Pinning right now. And thanks for linking to Whatcha Got Weekend (:

    xoxoxo,
    Kelli and Kristi

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  3. Kids nothing -- I want to be invited to a party like this! LOVE the bottles -- you could use these for any holiday but the green details are adorable!

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  4. I'm wanting to do a St. Patrick's food day this week. This is amazing inspiration. You have an amazing eye. Jodi @ www.meaningfulmama.com

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  5. Such great, fun ideas! Thanks for sharing

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  6. Oh! What a cute project! And I love how inexpensive and easy it is to make! Your presentation is beautiful!What kids wouldn't want to drink such a yummy looking treat! Have a wonderful week! Angie xo

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  7. I love, love, love all of these!!! These are just way too cute!!! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Sharing Saturday. Hope to see you again next week.

    ~MiaB
    www.mamamiasheart2heart.com

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  8. I want one of those candy sticks! Thanks for the fun idea!

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  9. I LOVE the leprechaun pudding!! You are so festive, I love it! Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

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  10. wow, amazing job! thanks so much for sharing on Craft schooling Sunday!

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  11. Everything looks great!

    Mrs. Delightful
    www.ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

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  12. What great ideas! I will have to try a few for my family this weekend. Thanks so much for sharing at Scrumptious Sunday at Addicted to Recipes! http://iamaddictedtorecipes.blogspot.com/
    Have a great night!

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  13. Great ideas! I am featuring this on my blog tomorrow!

    Ashley

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  14. All I can say is Wow! You probably put on one amazing party!

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  15. You just have way too much fun! Seriously! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. I want to wake up to a table like that! How fun!

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