These St. Patty's Day finds are kid-friendly, fun to prep and pure GOLD!
Create a "pop" of gold with this St. Patrick's Day Popcorn recipe from Two Sisters. Kids can help prep this party treat or school snack by adding green coloured candy. This recipe is super easy and will be one that will surely re-invent itself at your next party; think - Rainbow coloured Unicorn theme popcorn, team coloured sports popcorn, the possibilities are really endless!
These "magically delicious" Lucky Charm Marshmallow Rice Krispies by The Baking ChocolaTess puts a St. Patrick's twist on the traditional Rice Krispie treat using everyone's childhood favourite cereal, Lucky Charms. (Side note, because she's nothing short of awesome, The Baking ChocolaTess, has a whole bunch of other Lucky Charm recipes over on her blog which are great for Easter and Spring as well!)
Top off a cute St. Patty's Day treat bag filled with fun candy, or even your homemade goodies, with this treat bag topper designed by Paper & Planes (available here in shop).
Don't forget to spread a little Irish luck to classmates and friends with these St. Patrick's Day cards (available here in shop).
One of my FAVOURITE blogs out there, Craft Create Cook, does it again. Erica transforms a lime jell-o cup into the cutest Leprechaun Hat surprise snack!
Looking for that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? Stop the search! Create your our own beautiful and bright Rainbow Donuts with this how-to from Brit + Co.
Speaking of rainbows, keep the colour coming! My Name is Snickerdoodle shares this fun recipe for Candy Rainbow Bark that everyone in the family could add their magic to.
This colourful 7UP Green Apple Lemonade Spritzer by Simply Made Recipes is a refreshing and festive drink for kids. (Yes, there is an adult friendly version as well!)
Lastly, if you're a teacher you can add a little Irish Luck to your classroom for St. Patrick's Day! Have students show what they feel "lucky" for! Printable activity available in shop.
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