Creating a St. Patricks Day Breakfast your little leprechauns will never forget.

You do not have to be Irish (or a leprechaun) to celebrate St. Patricks Day. It’s a day to celebrate blessings, luck and all things green.

The taste, smell and SIGHT of food can bring back memories of a certain place and time. Creative presentation is one of the simplest way to turn ordinary food into memorable meals.

3 simple St. Patricks Day Breakfast ideas your little leprechauns will never forget.

Semi-Homemade 4 Leaf Clover Cinnamon Rolls

1 package of cinnamon rolls, frosting, green food coloring and green sprinkles
2 cinnamon rolls make one 4 leaf clover. Unroll the prepackaged rolls and roll into longer sections to create the leaves and stem.
Add 1-4 drops of food coloring to 1/2 C of frosting to create your desired shade of green.

BAKE according to package directions. Let cool and frost. Finish it off with a hand written note.

“May GOOD LUCK be with you wherever you go and your BLESSINGS outnumber the SHAMROCKS that grow.”

-unknown

Lucky Charms, the magically delicious cereal

Make morning cereal a little more magical this St. Patricks Day by sorting Lucky Charms cereal & marshmallows. Serve just the green shamrock marshmallows in milk.

Milk served with SHAMROCK milk cubes

Shamrock candy mold purchased at Michael’s Craft Store. Add 4 drops of green food coloring to 1 C of milk. Pour colored milk into candy mold. Freeze 1-2 hours.
Serve in a cold glass of milk.

Shamrock Covered Kitchen

Simple shamrock cut outs can be crafted at home with green construction paper or purchased online or at your local craft store.

Every St. Patricks Day, my little leprechauns wake up to a Shamrock filled kitchen, to remind them (just in case they forgot) how blessed and lucky I am to be their mom.

Food For Thought

Creating memorable moments in the kitchen does not always require hours of preparation. Sometimes its the simplest ideas that will create the longest lasting memories.

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