Are you looking for adorable St. Patrick’s Day treats for a classroom party or because your child wants to do something fun for the holiday? For kids, this is a funny holiday where they can dress up in green and make fun treats with mom and dad. Knowing that many parents are looking for fun treats that kids can make in the kitchen, we tried finding some things that we thought were perfect treats for children’s St. Patrick’s Day parties. Many of these treats or appetizers are perfect for children of all ages, allowing adults to even have fun celebrating the holiday.
Below, you will find 10 Tempting St Patrick’s Day Treats that we hope kids and adults will like for the holiday. Have a fun treat you would like to share or thoughts on these recipes? Tell us in the comments below!
Christy Peeples DuBois says
These all look like fun and delicious treats for St Patrick’s Day and I hadn’t thought of Lucky Charms cereal but how appropriate for the holiday. My children are older now but I really like Lucky Charms and may try some of these snack ideas for myself and I know the girls will like them as well.
angie gatto says
ohhh….love the marshmallows. Caqnt wait to do these with my granddaughters.
Sandy Klocinski says
Lucky Charms Popcorn with white chocolate…what a cute snack! We may make that for St Paddy’s Day! YUM!
Wow, thems a lotsa treats! hehehe Thanks for sharing at least now I have some recipes for St. Patty’s day! My hubby loves to try new stuff.
My favorites are the ice pop and pretzels. I’m not crazy about marshmallow. I think years ago, I made too many rice krispy treats, I’m burnt out on it. I’d like to try the truffles. I tried making them once before. I had a chocolate mess all over the place, including myself. They tasted okay, but nowhere as good as store bought.
Amber Ludwig says
Omgosh these all look fantastic!! And so fun to make!! The st patricks day muddy buddy mix is totally on my radar for my son and I to make this year!
kymi a says
Wow love all these fun idea for St. Patrick’s day plus I can use a few of these on Xmas too. The chocolate covered pretzels look so yummy that’s my 1st need to make. Thank you for sharing.
Rachel Beltz says
I’ve never seen anything like the Samoa Ice Pops!! Sure, it may still be a little cold out for ice pops, but I love how unique the idea is! I may swap out the sherbert for shamrock shake though!
nicole dziedzic says
These are really tempting and will sure cure a sweet tooth, great collection! The kids will be thrilled for these.
Linda Manns Linneman says
These treats look great. I will be trying some of these soon. Thank you for sharing
My moms bday is St Pattys day and I will have to make one of these recipes.
My moms bday is St Pattys day and I will have to make one of these recipes. I bet she would love the mint oreo truffles!
David Fultner says
Lots of great ideas. Thanks I will tri mint chocolate rice crispy.
Sandra Watts says
I like the Marshmallow Pops. They look good.
Morgana DeLarge says
I like all!! It seems all delicious!
Kathy Lane says
These are all great ideas for St.Patricks Day!I really like the chocolate covered pretzels.My 6 year old loves pretzels and I think he would love this recipe.
Heather Johnson says
So many yummy sounding recipes I will have to make, thanks for this post.
cute and fun kids and adults would love this
Mary Czerczyk says
The recipes look good. I would like to try the Lucky charm bars first.
Joy McFalls says
these look amazing and fun to make. I have to watch my niece & nephew the week of the 9th now i have some ideas of stuff to make with them & my daughter
Michele P says
With St. Patrick’s day coming right up, I am looking for some fun and easy treats for the office and for home. The Lucky Charms bars and chocolate mint rice krispie treats both look so good!
Katie Ellis says
These all look so good. They are great recipes for St Patrick’s Day and kids will love making them. I will try some of these recipes with the kids at the daycare where I work.
Terri S says
Thank you for sharing. I can’t wait to make the lucky charms treats with white chocolate.
These look like great, easy to make treats for St. Patrick’s Day. Seems like it would be a lot of fun to have the whole family help with making them. Thanks for sharing.