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Yummy Treats For Your St. Patty’s Day Party!

By Liz Cerezo |

In less than 2 weeks the world will be celebrating the luck of the Irish. I already got the class sign-up sheet for the St. Patrick’s Day party and the same old snacks are always listed.  I’ve always been sort of the rebel of the parents and bring whatever I want. My daughter’s kindergarten class has some allergy issues, so planning a simple snack for any party is rarely easy and chips, veggie sticks or apple slices can be sort of blah. Do you agree?

If you are looking for unique, treats and snacks for your son or daughter’s class party, look no further! Here are 17 delicious recipes (and some healthy alternatives too!) that you can make to spruce up your St. Patrick’s Day menu.

Some recipes have a dash of Disney magic and are perfect for your St. Patrick’s party at home!

From pasta dishes to green alien cupcakes, there is something for any level of expertise in the kitchen. Check them out!


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17 Treats For Your Saint Patrick's Day Party

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About Liz Cerezo


Liz Cerezo

Liz Cerezo is a self-appointed Disney fanatic. Living just a few short miles from Disneyland park, Liz’s love for Disneyland grows with each magical visit. As the co-founder of Disneylandia al Dia, the first and only Spanish-language blog dedicated to the Disneyland Resort. Liz also shares her parenting journey on her personal blog, Family is Familia. Read bio and latest posts → Read Liz Cerezo's latest posts →

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