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Shamrock pancakes. Add food dye to your pancake batter. Pour the mix into the center of a tin shamrock cookie cutter placed on a griddle. Wait for 2 to 3 minutes remove the cookie cutter and flip the pancake.
Potatoes are the top export of Ireland. Twice-baked potatoes would be an excellent meal for St. Pat’s Day.
Make a green fruit platter-grapes, green apple slices, and sliced kiwi.
Make a rainbow fruit tray using strawberries, oranges, pineapple, and grapes to create arches of each fruit. Use the dip bowl as the cloud at the bottom of the rainbow.
Make a green vegetable tray -green peppers, broccoli, celery, and cucumbers.
Make favorite bread dough recipe or thaw frozen bread dough. Make small balls of dough and place 3 in a muffin tin (clover rolls). Add some green food dye to egg whites and brush the top.
Make Green Garlic Bread by slicing partway through a loaf of French Bread. Mix butter with garlic salt or garlic powder. Add parsley or chives. Spread the bread slices with this mixture. Wrap in foil and heat in an oven until butter melts, and bread is warm.
Have the kids help you make a Rainbow cake. Let them decorate the top of a frosted cake with rainbow-colored M & Ms laid in arches on top of the cake.
Turn an oreo or another sandwich cookie into a gold coin by spraying with gold Wilton Color Mist Spray.
Cut a sponge cake into cubes. Frost or cover with whip cream. Sprinkle with pistachios or green-dyed shredded coconut.
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