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15 Fun and Festive St. Patrick's Day Treats

St. Patrick's Day is a time for celebration, and what better way to celebrate than with some delicious treats? This collection of St. Patrick's Day treat recipes is sure to please everyone at your party. Whether you're looking for something sweet, savory, or no bake, we have something for everyone. So gather your ingredients, put on your green, and get ready to bake, cook, and enjoy!

 



Lucky Charms Cereal Bars by Three Olives Branch

These cereal bars pack all of the flavor of Lucky Charms into one portable and shareable package. No milk needed to enjoy!


Sour Cream St. Patrick’s Day Cookies by Savings Talents

Sour cream cookies are just so good! Anyone who tries one will agree, it is a lucky day!


Green Velvet Cupcakes by The Housewives of Frederick County

We have all had red velvet cake, but green velvet is just what you need for St. Patrick’s Day.


Irish Green Cocoa Bombs by Thrive at Home

This cocoa bomb packs an appropriate amount of green for warm drink on a special St. Patrick’s Day!


Vegan Shamrock Shakes by Zardy Plants 

These shamrock shakes are so much better than McDonald’s and they are completely vegan to be inclusive for all!


Irish Cream Dream Bars by 365 Days of Baking

These bars are aptly named. They taste just like an Irish cream dream come true!


Mini Irish Cream Chocolate Mousse Pies by Cupcakes and Kale Chips

Mini pies filled with Irish cream and chocolate mousse are reason enough to celebrate!





Bailey’s Poke Cake by Mamas on a Budget

Poke cakes are so flavorful, but this one takes taste over the top with the addition of Bailey’s!


Bailey’s Chocolate Chip Cookies by Live to Sweet

Chocolate chip cookies are a classic, but adding Bailey’s to the mix makes them next level Luck of the Irish!


Chocolate Stout Pudding Cakes by What a Girl Eats

Chocolate stout pudding cakes have such a deep, rich flavor that you will be dreaming of these long after St. Patrick’s Day has passed!


Copycat Starbucks Cake Pops by Made in a Pinch

Skip the drive thru and curb your cravings for a seasonal flavor at home with this easy recipe!



Rainbow Hot Cocoa Bombs by Easy Budget Recipes

These cocoa bombs are so cute that I am certain that this is what you find at the end of a rainbow! 


Lucky Charms Treats by Food Folks and Fun

Lucky charm treats are perfect to make and share with all of your little leprechaun friends this year!


Lucky Charms Pancakes by Fantabulosity

Start the day off with a serving of fantastic flavor. Lucky charms and pancakes collide for a lucky start to the day!


St. Patrick’s Day Sugar Cookies by Marathons and Motivations

Sugar cookies are always in style, but when you jazz them up for St. Patty’s day, they feel like the luckiest treat of them all!


Here are some tips for celebrating St. Patrick's Day with kids:

  • Get creative with your decorations. Green is the traditional color for St. Patrick's Day, but you can get creative with your decorations. Use shamrocks, four-leaf clovers, and other Irish symbols to decorate your home or classroom.
  • Make some festive food. There are many delicious and easy recipes for St. Patrick's Day treats. You can make green pancakes, shamrock cookies, or even Irish soda bread.
  • Read some Irish stories. There are many great Irish stories for kids of all ages. You can read about leprechauns, rainbows, and other Irish legends.
  • Go on a scavenger hunt. Hide some gold coins around your home or classroom and let the kids go on a scavenger hunt to find them.
  • Have a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Fill a pot with gold coins, candy, or other treats and hide it at the end of a rainbow. Let the kids search for it and enjoy the treasure at the end.
  • Wear green. Green is the traditional color for St. Patrick's Day, so let the kids wear green clothes, hats, or accessories.
  • Have fun! St. Patrick's Day is a time to celebrate, so relax and have fun with your kids.


We hope you enjoyed these St. Patrick's Day treat recipes! Be sure to share them with your friends and family, and have a happy and safe St. Patrick's Day!


15 Comforting Chowder Recipes to Warm You Up on a Cold Day

Chowder is a delicious and hearty soup that is perfect for a cold day. It is made with a variety of ingredients, including seafood, vegetables, and broth. There are many different types of chowder, but some of the most popular include clam chowder, lobster chowder, and corn chowder.

Chowder is a great way to use up leftover seafood or vegetables. It is also a great way to get your daily dose of vegetables. Chowder is a filling and satisfying soup that is sure to warm you up on a cold day.

Here are 15 comforting chowder recipes that you are sure to love:

 




Smoked Haddock Chowder by Christina’s Cucina

Vegan Corn Chowder by Home Cooked Roots

Slow Cooker Chicken Corn Chowder by Eat Love Eats


Sweet Corn and Turkey Chowder by Greedy Girl Gourmet



Portuguese Red Clam Chowder by Fearless Eating


Cheesy Tuna Chowder by Two Lucky Spoons



Nova Scotia Seafood Chowder by Kelly Neil

Dairy Free Ham and Potato Chowder by I Heart Umami


Creamy Clam Chowder with Chorizo  by A Tasty Kitchen


Smoked Salmon Chowder by The Good Hearted Woman


Ham and Corn Chowder by Dinner at the Zoo


Creamy Mexican Corn Chowder by Seasoned Greeting


Bacon Potato Corn Chowder by Cooking For My Soul



Easy Roasted Corn Chowder by White Kitchen Red Wine


Kraft Dinner Cheese Chowder by Sweet Recipes


Tips

Here are a few tips for making chowder:

  • Use fresh ingredients whenever possible.
  • Don't overcook the seafood.
  • Add the cream, milk, or half-and-half at the end of cooking so that it doesn't curdle.
  • Season the chowder to taste.
  • Serve hot with crusty bread or rolls.

Enjoy!

Find more favorite recipes here:

Lo Mein Recipes

Fool Proof 3 Ingredient Biscuits

Homemade Soda Recipes

Chocolate Covered Cherry Cookies

This is the best cookie recipe yet! It has juicy, sweet cherries baked into double chocolate chip cookie dough. Make these for the winter holidays like Christmas or Valentine's day. They are decadent, delicious and so easy! Let the kids help, or whip up a batch this afternoon to share with someone special.



I love everything about this recipe. It brings decadent chocolate cookie dough together with chocolate chips and juicy cherries! Drizzle chocolate over the top to set this cookie over the top!



Ingredients:

1 1⁄2 c all purpose flour

1⁄2 tsp baking soda

1⁄2 tsp baking powder

1⁄2 c sweetened condensed milk

1⁄2 c of granulated sugar

1 cup of mini chocolate chips

3⁄4 c softened butter

1⁄2 c cocoa powder

A pinch of salt

1 cup of maraschino cherries, chopped

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper, or a baking mat.

Drain the maraschino cherries and allow them to dry on a paper towel.

Slice the maraschino cherries in halves or quarters, your choice.

Mix butter and sugar until fluffy.

Add sweetened condensed milk and blend until creamy.

Add baking powder, baking soda and pinch of salt, mix until combined.

Add flour and blend until fully incorporated.


Add chocolate chips, chopped cherries and cocoa powder.


Mix for 30 seconds on medium speed until the cocoa is incorporated.

Use a cookie scoop to form balls of dough, and drop them 2” apart on the cookie sheet.

Bake for 10 to 12 minutes. The tops should no longer look glossy.

Allow the cookies to rest on the cookie sheet for 15 minutes.

Drizzle with chocolate glaze when completely cool.

Remove and store in an airtight container for up to 1 week.


This recipe makes about 18 cookies.


Chocolate Glaze

1 cup of milk chocolate chips

3 tablespoons of milk

2 cups of powdered sugar

Melt the chocolate chips over medium heat, using the double boiler method, or pop them in the

microwave for 30 second intervals, stirring frequently, until the chocolate stirs smooth.

Add the milk and stir.

Add the powdered sugar and whisk until smooth.

Drizzle over cookies and allow to cool and harden for 15 minutes.



Find more favorite cookie recipes here:


Brown Sugar Sugar Cookies

Maple Brown Sugar Cookies


Golden Graham Cookies


Maple Brown Sugar Cookies

The perfect fall cookie is easy to make in your home kitchen with this recipe for maple brown sugar cookies. This recipe creates cozy, warm cookies that are perfect to make and share.  Bake a batch with the kids, or surprise someone special with a dozen. Everyone will love these maple brown sugar cookies.




I love to bake and share my creations with neighbors and friends. I have fallen head over heals for maple and brown sugar flavors so I knew I had to bake cookie that captured them perfectly. I feel like maple should be an official flavor of fall. What do you think?

This recipe starts with simple ingredients like butter, flour, sugar and Ohio maple syrup. It creates a cookie that is bakery quality. You are going to love the burst of buttery, maple flavor each bite offers.




 Makes 3 dozen cookies.


Cookie Ingredients:


2 ⅓ cup flour

1 stick of softened butter

1 cup packed brown sugar

½ cup of sugar

1 large egg

⅓ cup of maple syrup

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 teaspoon maple extract

1 teaspoon baking soda

Pinch of salt




Directions:

Cream butter and both sugars together. Beat for 2 minutes.




Add egg, continue to mix for 1 minute and then add maple syrup.



As you are mixing add the vanilla and maple extracts.



Begin adding the flour, baking soda, salt. During this step I like to switch from my mixer to a mixing spoon to stir as the dough will be very creamy and soft and a little sticky.


Chill in the refrigerator for 90 minutes.

When you remove the dough from the fridge, preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Use a cookie scooper to form balls of dough and place them on a cookie sheet, 2” apart.

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes. Allow to cool for 3 to 5 minutes before removing from the cookie sheet.





Icing Ingredients:

1 cup of powdered sugar

1 to 2 tablespoons of milk

2 teaspoons of maple extract


Combine all the ingredients in your mixer and blend over low speed until smooth.

Drizzle over cooled cookies.



These are so good with a cup of coffee or a glass of milk. They feel warm and cozy long after they have cooled off.


I am sure you will agree this maple brown sugar cookie recipe has a great crumb and a delectable buttery vibe going on that makes them perfect. 

If 3 dozen cookies sounds like too much for you to eat, you can freeze this recipe. Just scoop the dough into balls onto a cookie sheet. Pop it in the freezer for 2 hours or so until the dough is frozen, from there you can place the frozen cookie dough into a freezer bag. Mark the bag with time that they need to bake and the time to bake. Then you can pull a few cookies out as needed. 


You are sure to love these maple brown sugar cookies as much as my family does.


Find more great recipes here:

Golden Graham Cookies

Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies















Festive Cranberry Cocktail Recipes

 The holiday season is near, and if you are gathering with friends to exchange gifts, or hosting a party, you are going to want to pin this list of festive cranberry cocktails for later. This list has some of the best options to help you ring in the holidays in style.



If you have been visiting me for a while, you know I love a good cocktail. This year I would love to include more cranberries into my happy hour, so I started visiting with some of my favorite bloggers to find the best recipes. I know you will find a few items you love on this list.



Cranberry Sage Cocktail by Salted Plains

Perfect Cranberry Cosmo by xoxo Bella

Cranberry Sangria by Flavor the Moments




Blushin Russian by The Good Hearted Woman

Frozen Cranberry Mimosa by Stephanie’s Way

Winter White Cosmos by Aleka’s Get Together

Cranberry Pear Mimosas by Entirely Elizabeth

Sorcerer's Stone Cocktail by Cooking with Curls




Cranberry Orange Margarita by Emily Fabulous

Cranberry Orange Daiquiris by Small Town Woman

Cranberry Moscow Mules by Our Crafty Cocktails

Mezcal Cranberry Cocktails by Gastronom Blog

Sparkling Cranberry Champagne Cocktails by Homebody Eats




Blackberry Cranberry Moscow Mules by The Forked Spoon

Cranberry Margaritas by A Splash of Taste


Don't these drinks sound perfect for the holiday season? Which would you like to make first? Don't forget to click over to view the full recipes and save them to your cocktail board.

While you are here you can find some of my favorite drink recipes here:

Wild Blueberry Gin Fizzers

Boozy Freezer Pops

Cherry Orange Soda Syrup