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St. Patrick’s Day Fun Food Ideas for Kids

A big part of our St. Patrick’s Day celebration each year revolves around fun foods that the kids (and adults!) enjoy!

Below I’ve gathered a lot of great ideas that will help you and your kids make the holiday extra fun!

Green Vanilla Mint Milk
How about serving milk with a drop of green food coloring and vanilla mint flavor for a festive snack on St. Patrick’s Day?

St. Pat’s Potato Candy
This tasty Irish candy actually has potatoes in it! They are covered in coconut and make an ideal treat for St. Patrick’s Day.

Irish Apple Juice
With a few drops of blue food coloring, you can change plain apple juice into a perfect St. Patrick’s Day beverage!

St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Skewers
These fresh fruit skewers bring a rainbow of flavors to your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Veggie Rainbow Tray
Lots of healthy veggies in this vegetable rainbow!

Baked Potato Bar
Offering your St. Patrick’s Day celebration guests a baked potato bar — with an array of healthy toppings — is a perfect way to celebrate the holiday healthily.

Sweet Shamrock Pretzels
Sure and begorrah, this is a tasty twist on a traditional St. Paddy’s shamrock!

Lucky Cereal

Especially when compared with some other snacks, lucky marshmallow cereal makes a charming party treat!

Pot o’ Gold Pepper
Discover a healthy pot of gold with this super-simple green pepper idea.

Fruit Salad Rainbow
Lay out an array of fresh fruits — strawberries, tangerines, mangos, kiwi, and blueberries — stretched between two marshmallow clouds at your St. Patrick’s Day party!

Traditional Irish Soda Bread
Traditional soda bread is an easy-to-make homemade bread recipe from Ireland that’s perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Top o’ the Mornin’ Green Pancakes

Make pancakes and add a few drops of green food coloring to start of your St. Patrick’s Day right!

Green St. Patrick’s Day Veggies

Give your guests a shot of good health by serving shot glasses with fresh cucumber, zucchini, and celery and a little ranch dressing for dipping.

St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock QuesadillaUse a heart-shaped cookie cutter to make a lucky (and healthy!) clover quesadilla for St. Patrick’s Day!

Gelatin Pot o’ Gold
With a strip of rainbow taffy, and lemon or pineapple (sugar free) gelatin — chilled in a cookie sheet and cut into circles — your St. Patrick’s Day guests will discover their own (healthy) pot of gold!