And I’ve done nothing!
Usually I’d make a desert, try a new recipe or something, but I’m totally unprepared this year.
Having a kid has mad me pretty useless but L and I survive each day mostly unscathed so I feel like that’s a win.
What are your favorite kid projects, or kid crafts St. Patty’s day related? I want to do something cute with the little guy!
I was hoping for a much more in depth post with some delicious food and goodies, but traveling and my cold and everything else has taken it’s toll on my energy and abilities. By happenstance I had no one to cook for today so that also hindered me in doing much work in the kitchen.
Instead I’ll share some of my favorite recipes I’ve made on past St. Patrick’s Day.
Now one thing to know about my husband is he LOVES beer. And he loves Guinness. So a few years ago I found this recipe and made it for him, so now it’s become a St. Patrick’s Day staple. I am not a huge fan of Guinness, but this Guinness Mousse Recipe is killer. It does take awhile to make and set but really worth it!
Another super easy one are Lucky Charms Treats. They’re like your basic rice krispy treat…but with Lucky Charms! Who doesn’t love something that’s magically delicious?
Last year I made these Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies that were really good! They turned out shaped a little funny but they were still tasty!
Lastly, a few delicious beverages. Personally I love me some green beer aka Bud Light with food coloring. It tastes better when it’s green in my opinion.
<– from last year’s festivities with some great girls, in Honolulu.
For the non-drinking types I made green koolaid mixed with sprite….which I also spilled all over my truck. But what didn’t spill was yummy!
That’s all I have for you today, check out my St. Patrick’s Day recipe board on Pinterest.
What are you some your favorite “Green” treats and recipes, share in the comments below!
Hope you all have a great St. Patty’s day, drink a beer for me!