St. Patrick’s Day is this coming Monday! Here are a few favorite recipes & treats from around the to help inspire your planning & celebrating this weekend…
Pictured above: Clover Cookies & St. Patrick’s Day Cupcakes from marthastewart.com, and Short Stack of Shamrocks and Sweet Shamrocks (made from pound cake) from parents.com.
Pictured above: tips & ideas from Everyday with Rachael Ray: Learn how to pour a black and tan and make festive Apple & Watercress Salad and scrumptious-looking Irish Cream Rice Pudding !
The clover pancakes are way too cute!!
These look great, thanks!
Love those cupcakes with the clovers on top. Are the clovers edible? I’m guessing the won’t taste all that great with the frosting regardless now that I think about it though!
Those pound cake shamrocks look delish! They would go great with some Irish Coffee!!
Hi Jess –Ya – the clovers probably wouldn’t be a good mix with the taste of the cupcakes :) It actually does say to remove them on the recipe page – they’re just for the sake of festive presentation :)
I love how everyone is Irish on St. patricks day! And Have you seen the Irish-themed fortune cookies? They are among my faves.
Oh my, those all look so yummy! And pretty too. Green is my favorite color.
I just read last night that St.Patrick’s Day was changed and was actually Sat.- the Catholic church changed it so it didn’t conflict with Holy Monday, apparently. We’re still celebrating today- my dd has been looking forward to it so!
wow, those are just so inviting to look at! I made irish cream and grand marnier cupcakes with orange cream sauce for St.Paddy’s day:)
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