Rainbows are often seen in a lot of St. Patrick's Day pictures. The end of the rainbow IS where a leprechaun hides the pot of gold!!
These treats are adorable, fun, and I am betting absolutely delicious!!
The link gives instructions for making these as shots using vodka, but they would work just as well as jigglers so that the kids can enjoy them, too. My favorite part about this treat is the cherry stem sticking out of the top. Pretty & functional!!
And now, cupcakes!! I made these last year for St. Pat's, but too late to use them in a blog.The cupcakes above were made by me, but you can get the instructions from the Family Fun website. The shamrocks are green gumdrops. To shape these, first flatten the gumdrop. Sprinkle sugar on them if they get too sticky to work with. Once flattened, you can cut them into the shapes you need.
Recently, I saw a picture of what must have been pudding. (There was no caption with the picture, so hard to tell for sure.) They had made different shades of pudding (my best guess, add food coloring to vanilla) and layered them in clear plastic cups for the rainbow effect. I would top this with a golden coin!!
Another snack idea I love are these fruit kabobs. Pretty, tasty, and healthy.
All of you Pinterest addicts may recognize the Skittles Vodka below. I looked at a few different blogs about this project, and this one was the most detailed and easy to follow.
For the kiddos, I would stick with different flavors of kool-aid.