If you are looking for a fun and easy recipe to do with the kids, try these deliciously simple St. Patrick’s Day Cookie Pops. The kids will smile and giggle while making these treats, and will have something fun to give to family, friends, and classmates! Take a bite of these St. Patrick’s Day cookies!
St Patrick’s Day Cake Pops Recipe
Cake pops are a great treat to make for any occasion. These are covered in white chocolate and perfect for a St Patrick’s Day party! Get the tutorial from Foodness Gracious.
Double-Decker Rainbow Shamrock Cookies
There’s something about these double-decker rainbow shamrock cookies that make me (and my tummy) happy! By the way, you can choose to put either a shamrock or a pot of gold as the upper layer of the cookie. It’s all up to you! Get the tutorial from Bake at 350.
Mint Chocolate Cookie Sandwiches
This minty and chocolatey treat would look perfect on your St Patrick’s day dessert table. The secret to making these cookies is a pack of wafer cookies you can use straight out of the box. Get the tutorial from Keep It Sweet Desserts.
Mint Cookie Bark
This mint cookie bark has been known to completely sell out at bake fairs. But then again, who can resist little bags of these delectable treats? What makes this recipe so easy to make is how there are only three ingredients: Mint Oreo cookies, Vanilla Candiquik coating, and green sprinkles. Get the tutorial from Candiquik.
St Patrick’s Day Golden Oreos
For St. Patrick’s day, I’m planning on whipping a batch of these colorfully green golden Oreos. Don’t they look so chic decked in sprinkles and drizzles? Get the tutorial from Sprinkles for Breakfast.
Crazy for Nutter Butter cookies? So am I! These will be a complete hit at your St. Patrick’s day party. I can already foresee people gushing and taking photos of your cute little leprechaun cookies. Get the tutorial from Home Made Interest.
Pistachio Pudding Linzer Cookies
I’ll admit, pistachio can be an acquired taste — not everyone’s crazy about it. The good thing is, the people who do like it tend to hoard and stuff their face silly. Find out which of your friends are pistachio lovers when you serve this on the table. Get the tutorial from My Baking Addiction.
Nutty Chocolate Irish Cream Cookies
Not a fan of the color green? Gasp! How could you? It’s St. Patrick’s Day! All jokes aside, I suggest making at least two batches of these nutty chocolate Irish cream cookies. Don’t forget to frost the cookies only when they’ve thoroughly cooled to prevent the frosting from melting. Get the tutorial from Pillsbury.
Lime lights are a refreshing and pretty dessert. If you’re planning to make these ahead, layer the unfrosted cookies in between sheets of waxed paper and place them in an airtight container to maintain its freshness. If frozen, they’ll keep up to 3 months. Get the tutorial from Better Homes & Gardens.
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