7 Fun Clover Shaped Foods for St. Patrick’s Day

Photo Above: Green Velvet Cheesecake Shamrocks from Jessica, The Novice Chef

St Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and I’ve been thinking about all the fun things I can make. I saw these adorable green velvet cheesecake shamrocks over at Jessica’s site, The Novice Chef the other day. Aren’t they adorable? They got me thinking about more clover shaped foods, so I started browsing some of my favorite food blogs to find even more great ideas for foods shaped like a clover.

Here’s 6 more cute clover shaped foods for St. Patrick’s Day.

  • Shamrock Shortbread Cookies 1 of 7
    Cookies do seem like the most logical thing to make in the shape of a clover. You can find a clover cookie cutter at almost any craft store. These shortbread cookies are frosted with a simple powdered sugar frosting.
    Find this recipe at Salad in a Jar
  • Shamrock Whoopie Pies 2 of 7
    Yes, that's right, a whoopie pie shaped like a 4 leaf clover. Your dreams have come true.
    Find this recipe at Homemade by Holman
  • Shamrock Spinach Pizza 3 of 7
    Isn't this cute! It's just spinach cut out in the shape of a clover and used as a pizza topping. How clever!
    Find this recipe at Small Home Big Start
  • Green Velvet Cheesecake Shamrocks 4 of 7
    These are just so cute! I really want to try and make them for my family on St. Patty's Day.
    Find this recipe at The Novice Chef
  • Lucky Shamrock Salt ‘n Pepper Sandwich Cookies 5 of 7
    Here's a cream filled chocolate cookie shaped like a clover. Yummy!
    Find this recipe at Baked Sunday Mornings Photo by Living Out West
  • St Patrick’s Day Tortilla Chips 6 of 7
    These are simply spinach tortillas cute with a clover shaped cookie cuter and sprayed with a little oil and baked until crispy. What a cute idea for the kids!
    Find this recipe at Lisa Storms
  • Lucky Shamrock Pesto Pasta 7 of 7
    This delicious pasta would be the perfect healthy dinner to celebrate St. Patty's Day!
    Find this recipe at Family Kitchen

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