I am sharing a super fun list of 25 St. Patrick Day Desserts for busy moms!! March always feels like a dark and dreary month, so I look forward to St. Patrick’s Day baking to brighten up the mood. What I love about these recipes is that they are fast and easy.
When you make St. Patrick Day Treats, don’t be afraid to substitute store-bought ingredients if it saves you time. The whole point to these recipes is to make it simple for busy moms like you to be able to whip up fun treats for your kids without losing your mind!
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St. Patrick Day Treats
Mint Chocolate Swirl Brownies – The Country Cook
St. Patrick’s Day Rice Krispie Bites – Two Sisters Crafting
Shamrock Shake Cookie Bars – Inside Brew Crew Life
St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Bark – Passion for Savings
St. Patrick’s Day Cupcakes – A Spark of Creativity
Rainbow Trix Krispie Treats – Sweet Haute
3 Ingredient Lucky Charms Bark – Sally’s Baking Addiction
Lucky Charms Magic Bars – Lemon Tree Dwelling
St. Patrick’s Day Sandwich Cookies (With Buttercream) – Seasonally Create Something New
Shamrock Fudge – Love and Confections (I didn’t have a lot of green sprinkles on hand, but I did have a box of Lucky Charms cereal that I had used to make the Lucky Charms Bark so I used the marshmallows in the cereal on the fudge. It was a total hit in my house! What kids don’t love St. Patrick Day Desserts!)
Lucky Charms Marshmallow Rice Krispies – The Baking ChocolaTess
St. Patrick’s Day Mint Brookies – Two in the Kitchen
Rainbow Cake Mix Cookies – The 36th Avenue
St. Patrick’s Day Smore Snack Mix – Creations by Kara
Grandmas’ Sour Cream Sugar Cookies – The Recipe Rebel (I added green food coloring to turn them green and to save time you can easily use canned frosting on the tops.)
St. Patrick’s Day Oreos – Totally the Bomb (These were so EASY to make! If you are pressed for time and need to make something green I recommend these. They took no more than 6 or 7 minutes. If you melted the candy in the microwave they could be made in less time.)
Lucky Charms Cupcakes – Inspired by Charm
Luck of the Irish Cake Balls – The Good Stuff
St. Patrick’s Day Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies – Kleinworth & Co.
St. Patrick’s Day Mint M&M Cookies – Two Sisters Crafting (I love these cookies! They are so good! A good way to save time with these would be to turn them into pan cookies.)
Lucky Charms Rainbow Sandwich Cookies – Taste Seekers Kitchen
Lucky Charms Munch – Deliciously Sprinkled
Lucky Charms Pot of Gold Cupcakes – I Spy DIY
St. Patrick’s Day Sugar Wafers – Southern Made Simple
Rainbow Rice Krispie Wheels – Center Cut Cook ( These are addictive! The kids love them. It is a sugar high, but still a cute treat for the holiday. )
Courtesy of The County Cook