St. Patrick’s Day Recipe Ideas


St. Patrick’s Day recipes are a great way to introduce your kids to new traditions while spending quality time together. Here are some of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day recipe ideas to make with your kids!

St. Patrick's Day Recipe Ideas

Potato Soup Mix in a Jar

This potato soup mix is an easy homemade gift the kids can make, and it is delicious! It’s a great way to teach kids how to measure properly, and uses ingredients you probably already have on-hand in your pantry. Math and cooking meet as one!

Chocolate Rainbow Fruity Cereal Bar Treats

Save these treats for a special occasion, and feel free to deviate from our recipe. We have a couple of variations you’re sure to enjoy!

Irish Beef Hand Pies

For a more authentic Irish-inspired recipe to make with the kids, try these Irish Beef Hand Pies. Delicious!

Oven Roasted Potatoes, Carrots & Kale

I love the simplicity of this recipe for oven roasted potatoes, carrots, and kale. So many great nutrients in these veggies and plenty of ways to get the kids involved in helping with this healthy recipe!

Shamrock Kabobs

It’s way too easy sometimes to pass over healthy treats for something sugary and not so good for you.  With treats like our Shamrock Kabobs, your kids will be ready to eat up more than their fair share of fruits.

Colored Cereal Rainbow Necklaces

Lastly, while it’s not a recipe, per se, this colored cereal rainbow necklaces are a great boredom buster to keep the kids busy while developing important fine-motor skills! You can review patterns, counting and colors while having loads of fun!

Do you have a favorite recipe for St. Patrick’s Day that you enjoy making with your kids? We’d love to hear from you! Leave a comment below with your story or link to your blog post to share your ideas with us!

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About Valerie

Valerie is a creative play advocate and the founder of Inner Child Fun Media, LLC. She enjoys drinking tea, crafting, and blogging at Inner Child Fun. You can find Valerie on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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