Archive for March, 2015

Easy Homemade Fortune Cookies

The best part of making Fortune Cookies at home is that you get to make up all the fortunes yourself. Fate is in your hands, or at least in your kitchen.  It helps that these cookies are really yummy too!

Fortune Cookies are always fun but they aren’t always tasty. Most of the time when we have fortune cookies from our favorite restaurants we open them for the fun of reading our fortune and then toss the stale, cardboard-like cookie right in the trash. These Easy Homemade Fortune Cookies are fun to make and just as fun to eat. It’s even a great project for involving the kids in and they’ll like being able to make something that is a little more unique than your standard chocolate chip cookies. 

The trick to making great homemade fortune cookies is to work quickly, which is why some extra hands are, well, handy. The batter is simple and only takes a few minutes to pull together. After it has been refrigerated for an hour, making it easier to work with, you can get started and make those fortune cookies in just a few simple steps. 

Easy Homemade Fortune Cookies

Step One:

Trace a few (I recommend two or three) three-inch circles on a sheet of parchment paper. The lid of a standard mason jar is just the right size. Secure the parchment paper on a large baking sheet with one or two pieces of masking tape. 

Homemade Fortune Cookies

Step Two:

Drop a teaspoon of batter into each circle and spread it around the circle with the back of a spoon as pictured above. Bake for approximately 4 or 5 minutes, as indicated in the recipe, or until the edges are golden brown. 

Homemade Fortune Cookies

Step Three:

Working very quickly, slide the cookie off the parchment paper, using a smooth flat spatula (like this one). Flip it over then, using the handle of a wooden spoon, place the fortune in the cookie and fold the cookie edges up around the spoon, pressing them tightly together as pictured below. 

Homemade Fortune Cookies

If the cookies start to cool and become hard to work with, stick them back in the oven for 30 seconds to 1 minute and they should soften back up so you can keep working. 

Homemade Fortune Cookie

Step Four:

Slide the wooden spoon out of the cookie then bend the cookie over the edge of a bowl or cup to form it into the classic fortune cookie shape. Let the cookies cool completely. They will harden up as they cool.

Easy Homemade Fortune Cookies

And there you have it! Just repeat until all of your batter is gone and you have a bowl full of fortune cookies to share.  

Easy Homemade Fortune Cookies

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Find more delicious recipe ideas from Allison at Some The Wiser.


How to Make Pink Pickled Deviled Eggs

Welcome all the colors of spring into your kitchen (and your mouth!) with these gorgeous Beet Pickled Devilled Eggs. Though they look fancy, this recipe is surprisingly simple.

Hard-boiled eggs are soaked in a simple beet and vinegar marinade for about an hour, just long enough to pick up the vibrant red color on the outside. Slice them in half afterwards, and the soaking has tinted the outer pat of the beet, leaving the inside pure white and stunning in contrast. Mix the yolks into a simple deviled egg whip, then pipe into the center of each egg for this beautiful appetizer. It’s a perfect dish for your kitchen table.

If you’re worried about the idea of a “pickled egg,” you’ll be surprised by the mild flavor of this recipe. The beet marinade leaves just a small amount of slightly sweet vinegar flavor. For the most part, these eggs will taste just like your usual devilled eggs…only with so much more color!


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7 Simple Spring Asparagus Favorites!

Asparagus is a mainstay of spring, and you’ll start to notice asparagus dominating the produce aisle in March and April. Take advantage of this delicious vegetable while it’s in-season. This member of the Lily family has firm, bright green spears, and you can buy either thick or thin spears, depending on your liking. Asparagus works well in a variety of different savory dishes, and we’ve found 7 amazing and clever recipes that showcase this wonderful spring vegetable.

Shrimp & Asparagus Stirfry

1. Shrimp & Asparagus Stirfry

This simple shrimp and asparagus stir-fry is incredibly tasty. White wine, lemon juice, and chopped garlic give this dish tons of flavor. Serve with rice for a light dinner or pack in a travel container for lunch. Find the recipe on KITCHME

Baked Asparagus Parmesan Fries

2. Baked Parmesan Asparagus Fries

There are so many things to love about these baked parmesan asparagus fries. They have a crispy, cheesy coating, and they’re oven-baked for a healthier option than greasy French fries. Learn how to make these delicious fries on KITCHME.

Easy Asparagus Dip

3. Spring Party Dip

Chopped asparagus is combined with sauteed leeks, parmesan cheese, garlic, mayo, and cream cheese for a spring party dip that will be devoured by your guests. There’s no reason not to make this asparagus leek dip for your next gathering! Head to SPICY SOUTHERN KITCHEN for this delicious recipe.

Asparagus Cream Soup

4. Cream of Asparagus Soup

This cream of asparagus soup is so easy to make and absolutely delicious. Serve this soup with crusty bread and a fresh green salad for a light spring dinner. Find this lovely recipe at STINKY KITCHEN.

Asparagus Pizza

5. Asparagus Bacon & Shrimp Pizza

Store-bought whole wheat pizza crust makes this bacon, shrimp, and asparagus white pizza a cinch to make. Buy pre-cooked bacon and shrimp to make this delicious pizza a quick weeknight meal. Learn how to make this incredible pizza at NOW YOU’RE COOKIN’.

Asparagus Tarts

6. Asparagus Tarts

Little phyllo cups are filled with savory onions, asparagus, herbs, walnuts, and vegan cheese for bite-sized appetizers or snacks. You don’t have to be vegan to love these amazing caramelized onion asparagus cups! Find this yummy recipe at VEGANOSITY.

Asparagus and Potatoes

7. Asparagus Dijon Potato Salad

Asparagus adds extra flavor to this dijon potato salad. This warm potato salad with green beans and asparagus absorbs the dressing for a deliciously bold taste. Head to GREEN VALLEY KITCHEN for this simple recipe.

4 Easy Ways to Keep Asparagus Fresh

Asparagus is notoriously finicky about being stored. Here are a few quick tips on how to keep your asparagus fresher, longer.  The easiest solution? Grab our Good Cook Asparagus Keeper— it’s designed specifically for asparagus, with several features that keep your bundles fresher, longer. 

  • Asparagus Keeper from GoodCook.comStore your spears upright for easy access and longer life. Our asparagus keeper easily holds an average-size bundle, and storing them upright means they’re less likely to get pressed together and slimy.
  • Snap off tough ends and pour in 1 to 2 inches cold water. The slightly elevated platform of our Keeper allows for water absorption to keep spears resilient.
  • Store in BPA-Free Plastic. Our Keeper is crafted from plastic that is BPA-Free, so you can feel good about keeping your asparagus chemical-free–no matter how long you store it!
  • Store spears in a low-oxygen environment. Leaving asparagus out in the air will speed up the ripening process, dry out the tips, and wilt the stems. Our Asparagus keeper features a transparent lid with asparagus-tip design.
How to make Rainbow Deviled Eggs

How to Make Rainbow Deviled Eggs (Video Tutorial)

Delicious and colorful Rainbow Deviled Eggs are the perfect appetizer to welcome Spring! Watch this fun episode and learn how you can easily make this delightful treat in under 30 minutes. To save even more time, rather than hard-boiling eggs, you can purchase ready-to-eat pre-hardboiled eggs from the grocery store. Use an Easter Egg dye kit to dye the egg white halves and create a beautiful array of happy colors! 

Want a printable version of this delicious, simple Easter idea? Just click the print button below!

If you make this recipe, we’d love to see your photos. Post them on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook and be sure to hashtag #lovegoodcook in your creation. We’re excited to see what you cook up!


How to Make Rainbow Deviled Eggs

Dye your eggs, then devil them! This delicious recipe is a fun way to serve up Easter Eggs for potlucks and spring parties.

  • Prep Time: 15
  • Total Time: 15
  • Yield: 7


  • 6-7 Hardboiled Eggs
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 teaspoon dijon mustard
  • 4 cups water
  • 8 tablespoons vinegar
  • 15 drops food coloring (pink, green, blue, orange)
  • 1/2 teaspoon paprika
  • salt and pepper to taste


Peel each hardboiled egg. Slice in half with a Good Cook paring knife. Empty the egg yolks into a mixing bowl. Add 1/4 cup mayo and 1 teaspoon dijon to the bowl. Whisk together until whippy and smooth. Set aside. In four small bowls, mix together 1 cup of water with 2 tablespoons of vinegar and 15 drops of food coloring. Dip the egg whites into each bowl of food coloring. Allow eggs to soak until desired color is reached. Remove from food coloring and dry off with a clean paper towel. Pipe yolk filling into the center of each egg. Sprinkle with paprika, salt, and pepper. Refrigerate until ready to serve.


  • Serving Size: 12

7 Simple Spring Pastas

After a winter of heavy comfort foods, the first sign of spring has us craving lighter meals. Fresh asparagus and bright green peas crowd the produce aisles, and winter menus are ready for a spring overhaul. Pasta makes the perfect backdrop for showcasing delicate spring veggies. Add a light citrus or garlic sauce, and you’ve got an easy and delicious dinner. Swap out your heavy winter meals with these 7 simple spring pasta recipes that welcome in the new season.


1. Asparagus Pea Pasta

Asparagus isn’t just for steaming. This asparagus and pea pasta with caramelized onion sauce takes advantage of spring flavors for a delicate and delicious pasta dish. Add this healthy pasta dish to your weeknight dinner menu. Find this delicious recipe at RHUBARIANS.

Simple Spring Pastas

2. Italian Pasta Salad

This Italian pasta salad with oranges, basil, and golden tomatoes has a citrus flavor that’s perfect when you crave a light and refreshing dinner. It’s bright, vivid colors brighten up any dinner table. Learn how to make this Italian delight at A SPICY PERSPECTIVE.

Spring Pastas

3.Gruyere and Shrimp Baked Pasta

The whole family will love a comforting yet light spring casserole. Prep this gruyere and shrimp pasta with peas ahead of time and stick it in the oven right when you get home from work. Learn how to make this amazing casserole at GARNISH WITH LEMON.

Simple Spring Pasta

4. Proscuitto Pea Pasta

Crisp spring veggies and salty proscuitto make this pasta taste spectacular. Whip up this tasty cavatelli pasta dish whenever you need a taste of spring. Head to BEV COOKS for all the deets.

Simple Spring Pasta

5. Soft Poached Egg, Mushroom, and Asparagus Pasta

Soft poached eggs sit atop garlic sautéed mushrooms, crisp asparagus, and noodles in this springtime pasta dish. If you love eggs, this recipe is one to try! Find this spring recipe at HOW SWEET EATS.

Simple Spring Pasta

6. Veggie Pasta Primavera

If you’re stuck on pasta with red sauce, shake up your dinner routine and make lemony spring vegetable pasta primavera. This delicious pasta is loaded with fresh veggies and coated with a light, creamy sauce for a zesty citrus burst. Learn how to make this pasta dish at UNSOPHISTICOOK.

Simple Spring Pasta

7. Slice Radish and Green Onion Pasta

This pasta is spring in a bowl. Thinly-sliced radishes and green onions combine with the salty cheese, toasty almonds and creamy avocado dressing, resulting in a very tasty bowl of pasta. Learn how to make this yummy pasta at A SWEET SPOONFUL.


These ham and cheese quiche cups are perfect for a quick healthy on the go breakfast!

I’ve been on a mission lately! A mission to feed my kids healthy, protein packed, homemade goodness for breakfast.

You see, we’ve been a cold cereal family for a long time and the guilt has finally gotten to be too much for me. I cook for a living! I should be providing my kids something warm and nourishing in the morning, right? 

Well, they mostly disagree, because they love that sugary cereal. Then I came at them with these little handheld cups of ham, cheese, potatoes, and eggs and they saw the light! 

Breakfast doesn’t have to take forever to make and it can be fun to eat. 

These ham and cheese quiche cups are perfect for a quick healthy on the go breakfast!

I made a dozen of these quiche cups for our family and just stored the leftovers in a dish in the fridge. The kids have been popping them in the microwave for a quick breakfast each morning, but I’m noticing that they’re even warming them up for an afternoon snack.

They really are filling with all of the protein from the ham and eggs, the carbs in the crispy potato crust will give them energy to start their day, and the cheese just brings it all together and adds a great flavor! 

We used the Good Cook muffin tin for these and, while I did spray the tin down with some non-stick cooking spray, I am happy to report that none of the quiche cups stuck in the muffin wells! Success! 

These ham and cheese quiche cups are perfect for a quick healthy on the go breakfast!

We thought these were much better than a full sized quiche, because they’re portable and every kid (and, yeah, me!) loves eating with their hands. Who has time for utensils on a busy morning? Not to mention, less dishes is always a winning factor! 

Please don’t be limited to the ham and cheese variation you’re seeing here, though! Get creative and have a little fun with these guys. Bacon and sausage are obvious choices, but what about leftover taco meat? Add in some pepper jack cheese and a little onion and you could have a fiesta for breakfast! 

You can skip the meat and load these up with veggies as well. Spinach, bell peppers, leftover green beans, really anything goes! 

So, tell me! Which flavor combination are you going to try first?

These ham and cheese quiche cups are perfect for a quick healthy on the go breakfast!


Ham & Cheese Mini Quiche Cups

These easy quiche cups are perfect for a grab and go breakfast!

  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 15
  • Total Time: 25 minutes


  • 2 cups refrigerated hash browns
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • 1/4 cup sweet onion
  • 1/2 cup diced ham
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 6 eggs
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup cheddar cheese
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper


Preheat oven to 375ºF. Spray a 12-cup muffin tin liberally with non-stick cooking spray. In a medium bowl, combine the hash browns and flour. Press the hash browns evenly between 10 muffin wells to form the crust. Bake for 15 minutes or until the edges are beginning to brown. While the hash browns are baking, dice the onion. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add the olive oil. When the oil is hot, add the onions and cook 5 minutes, stirring often, until softened. In a medium bowl, beat together the eggs and milk until frothy. Stir in ham and cheese, salt and pepper. Add in the onion. Remove the hash browns from the oven and pour the egg mixture evenly into each muffin well lined with hash browns. Return to the oven for 15-17 minutes or until the quiche has set and the top is still a little moist looking. Run a butter knife around the edges of each quiche to loosen and remove to a plate. Serve warm or at room temperature.


  • Serving Size: 12

Find more delicious recipes from Karly at Buns In My Oven


 No-Rise Almond Breakfast Danish

If you like Coffee Cake, Biscotti, or a bite of almond danish with your morning cup o’ Joe, then you will absolutely love this recipe for a no-yeast, no-rise Almond Danish. Supremely simple and made with the most basic of ingredients (flour, butter, sugar, and eggs), this recipe can be prepped in just 10 minutes. We love serving it as a breakfast, but it also makes a delicious brunch offering. You can make it the night before and have it ready to go. The danish isn’t overly sweet and the eggs in the recipe make it quite filling. So you can serve a little slice or two anytime of day, whether first thing in the morning or as a little midnight snack.

This recipe comes from my boyfriend’s mama. It’s been passed down as a Christmas Morning breakfast from their Scandinavian family and was the first cooking request I recieved from the Boyfriend. His sweetest memories of Christmas were waking up and stealing big slices of this danish. And once I made it for my kids, I understood why. It’s absolutely scrumptious! Better yet, it’s so incredibly simple to make! Which makes it a mother’s best friend. Quick, easy, and delicous. We need more recipes like this in our life!

The Easiest Danish You've Ever Made


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7 Boozy Desserts Made with Guinness

Guinness, the famous stout beer from Ireland, is not just for pubs. This deep-flavored stout beer is a magical ingredient in desserts. Guinness enhances the flavors in chocolate to give it a richer, more concentrated flavor. This St. Patrick’s Day, give your desserts a dose of Irish luck with Guinness beer. Don’t worry- the alcohol cooks off naturally, and you’re left with moist, flavorful desserts that the whole family can enjoy. We’ve found 7 incredible desserts made with Guinness, and you’ll be surprised at how well Guinness boosts the flavor of your favorite chocolate desserts.

7 Desserts Made with Guinness

1. Stout Cupcakes

Stout beer works so well with chocolate due to the rich chocolate and coffee notes in the brew itself. Paired with cloud-like Irish cream frosting, these Guinness cupcakes make a dreamy St. Paddy’s Day Dessert. Find the recipe at KITCHME.

7 St. Patty's Day Desserts Made with Guinness

2. Guinness Triple Chocolate Cookies

A reduced Guinness syrup gives these decadent triple chocolate cookies an extra element of rich flavor. You’ll have tender, chewy cookies that pack a major chocolate punch. Learn how to make a reduced Guinness syrup for these cookies at TRACEY’S CULINARY ADVENTURES.

7 Desserts Made with Guinness

3.Dark Chocolate Guinness Cake

If you want a dark, rich, dense chocolate cake, this recipe is for you. Turn any day into a special occasion with this dark chocolate Guinness cake with Baileys buttercream. Find this go-to chocolate cake recipe at GLOBAL ADVENTURE.

7 Desserts Made with Guinness

4. Guinness Pretzel Truffles

The deep malty flavor of Guinness paired with chocolate and crunchy, salty pretzels makes these Guinness pretzel truffles perfect to serve at a St. Paddy’s Day party. Yummy ale-infused sweets are just the right size for popping in your mouth!   Head to SPRINKLE BAKES for the deets on these one-bite treats.

7 Desserts Made with Guinness

5. Chocolate Stout Cake

Beer gives this chocolate stout cake a rich, full, nutty flavor while keeping it from tasting overly sweet. If you crave a rich, decadent chocolate dessert that’s not too sweet, bake up this delicious bundt cake. Learn how to make this yummy dessert on SMITTEN KITCHEN.

7 Desserts Made with Guinness

6. Boozy Brownies

Spread some Irish cheer with these boozy brownies. Add a dollop of mint whipped cream to color your Saint Patrick’s Day green! Head to SHE KNOWS for this tasty recipe.

7 Desserts Made with Guinness

7. Guinness Chocolate Cheesecake

This light, fluffy, fudge-like Guinness chocolate cheesecake takes classic cheesecake to a whole new level. Chocolate and stout give this dessert a sinful edge that you just have to taste. Find this incredible cheesecake recipe at CLOSET COOKING.


Easy Easter Roast! Oven-Baked Roast with Sweet Chili Glaze

 Make this Sunday extra special with a beautiful, simple roast. Turn your ordinary roast into an elegant meal with a rich, zesty raspberry chili glaze. This easy recipe bakes up quickly in the oven, and you’ll have a tender and tasty roast in less than two hours. For a perfect weekend meal, cook up this moist, tasty roast and create a memorable dinner that the whole family will love.

If you’ve never made roast in the oven (so many people make it in a crockpot nowadays!), you’ll be delighted to discover that oven-baked roast can be just an tender and juicy and slow cooked roast. In fact, I like it better, because you get to baste the roast throughout the cooking process, leaving a beautiful, caramelized glaze on top of the finished piece. Most crockpot recipes come out looking exactly the same–a brown, gooey mess of meat and veggies, everything the same bland color of tan. But not with this recipe! You’ll get a beautiful piece of meat with a rubied chili glaze. It’s perfect to serve with caramelized roasted carrots, roasted potatoes, or any other Easter-themed side your family loves. Enjoy!


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These quick and easy 3-ingredient Mint Oreo Ice Cream Parfaits will have your guests “oooh-ing” and “ahh-ing” over your beautiful desserts.  Nobody needs to know how little effort you put into them!  They are perfect for any St. Patrick’s Day get together, or just to enjoy with family! 

These 3-Ingredient Mint Oreo Ice Cream Parfaits are the perfect addition to your St. Patrick's Day fun!

St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect day to indulge in your mint obsession isn’t it?  And it also gives us the perfect excuse to make colorful desserts.  Not that it is blaspheme on any other day of the year, but for whatever reason, doing so on a holiday just makes it that much more fun.  And I’ll take any reason I can get to use up my creative juices in the kitchen.  Take these Mint Oreo Ice Cream Parfaits as the perfect example.  Two of a woman’s favorite treats: ice cream and Oreos.  Mix them together, throw in a little color, and you get a dessert that will appeal to the hearts of anyone.

The best part of this dessert is the simplicity.  I absolutely love that it looks complicated, but it is truly the exact opposite.  This no-fuss dessert will make everyone at the table appreciate how simple they are.  Only 3 ingredients and no need to turn on the oven, you are ready to make these delectable delights!  Just take your favorite Mint-Chocolate Chip ice cream, mint Oreo’s and whipped cream and layer them into your finest serving glasses – whether that is martini glasses, wine glasses or mason jars!  Quick and easy desserts that look difficult are the best in my book.  Minimal effort and maximum enjoyment!  Such a perfect way to kick off St. Patrick’s Day in dessert style.

If you carry these around on St Patrick’s Day, you’re sure not to get pinched! But you might get kissed by an Irish.  Or American.  Or anyone else.

Don't celebrate St. Patrick's Day without these super quick and easy 3-Ingredient Mint Oreo Ice Cream Parfaits!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! How will you be celebrating this green holiday?

[yumprint-recipe id=’15’]Find more of Carla’s great recipes at Carla’s Confections.


Peanut Butter Butterfinger Dip – creamy, fluffy, peanut butter dip with chunks of Butterfinger. Great with apples or graham crackers!

Sweet Party Treat! Peanut Butter Butterfinger Dip

 I am pretty sure I could live on snacks. Sweet or savory, it doesn’t really matter. I can not go through the day without having snacks! What is your favorite snack? I grew up with apple slices and peanut butter, and to this day it is still one of my favorites. But instead of just plain peanut butter, I decided to completely up the game.   Peanut butter, cream cheese, whipped topping, and Butterfingers take snacking to an entirely different level.  Creamy Peanut Butter Butterfinger Dip is sure to be one of your new favorites!

This dip is probably more of a dessert, but really any excuse to eat this will do. Peanut butter Butterfinger dip is delicious with slices of apples, graham crackers, animal crackers, and Nilla wafers. I may have eaten some straight off a spoon, but I will never admit it! It also works well on top of brownies, but won’t tell you know I know that. It took all of my will power to not eat it all. There is just something about peanut butter and chocolate together! Especially in a creamy and fluffy dip.

Peanut Butter Butterfinger Dip - super easy, creamy peanut butter dip with chunks of Butterfinger.  Great for dipping apples, nilla wafers or even just from a spoon.

Peanut butter Butterfinger dip comes together in just 5 minutes. Just cream together peanut butter and cream cheese, and then fold in the whipped topping and crushed candy. I left my Butterfingers in larger chunks, because I wanted to be able to really tell they were in there. But you can finely crush them, if that is more your style. This dip is great to have in the fridge for after school snacks, or when unexpected guests show up.

[yumprint-recipe id=’8′]For more delicious recipes from Erin visit Dinners, Dishes & Desserts.


Irish Cream Cheesecake Brownie Bars

Meet Irish Cream Cheesecake Brownie Bars! Sometimes you want a brownie. And sometimes you want a piece of cheesecake. Sometimes it just makes sense to combine the two! 

These Irish Cream Cheesecake Brownie Bars are decadent, chocolatey, and have just the slightest kick from Irish Cream. These are going to be a hit at your St. Patrick’s Day get together. These are a perfect make ahead dessert too. They get better and better in the fridge. 

You can take a knife and drag it through the batters to make swirls, but I like the way two distinct layers look. Resist the urge to cut into these right away. The flavors develop overnight in the fridge and when chilled, are much easier to cut into clean squares.  

Irish Cream Cheesecake Brownie Bars


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Find more scrumptious recipes from Bree at Baked Bree.


Pot O' Gold Themed Treats and Desserts for St. Patricks Day. So cute!

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year with sweet, festive treats. Even if you don’t make a full Irish meal, spread some Irish cheer with a lucky snack or dessert. What could be more Irish than a pot o’ gold themed treat? Edible gold sprinkles will make any feel lucky!  We’ve found 7 of the most adorable pot o’ gold treats around, and they’re perfect for adding a fun, festive spirit to your St. Patrick’s Day.


1. End-of-the-Rainbow Cupcakes

These happy little end of the rainbow cupcakes are fun to make and a treat to eat. Iced chocolate cookies make rainbow and shamrock toppers, and the gold is crystallized colored sugar. What a perfect St. Patrick’s Day treat!  Learn how to make these adorable cupcakes at BAKINGDOM.


2. Rainbow Jello Cups

Cool Whip and Jello are layered for a cool, creamy treat. A lucky chocolate coin tops each of these bright, colorful rainbow Jello cups.  Find this yummy recipe at GLORIOUS TREATS.


3. Gooey Marshmallow Pots o’ Gold

Gooey marshmallow and Lucky Charms are the base for these rainbow pots of gold. Topped with frosting, gold sprinkles, and licorice twists, this is one festive treat!  Head to TABLESPOON for the recipe.

Yummy Pot of Gold Donut Holes

4. Pot o’ Gold Sugar Cookies

These pot of gold sugar cookie truffles are tasty, decadent treats. They’ll add sparkle to any St. Patrick’s Day celebration.  Learn how to make these sparkly treats at YOUR SOUTHERN PEACH.

Pot of Gold Lucky Charms Snacks

5. Pot o’ Gold Chex Mix

Chex mix gets a makeover for St. Paddy’s Day. Lucky Charms and green-coated chocolate are added to this classic mix to give it an Irish spin.  Find this addictive recipe at TABLESPOON.


6. Pot O’ Gold Pops

Cake pops make a handy treat, and these pot of gold pops are bursting with minty, chocolaty flavor. They’re perfect for passing out at school and also make festive party favors.  Head to LIL LUNA for the deets on these cute pops.


7. Easy Oreo Pot o’ Golds

These easy-to-make pot of gold Oreos make a cute treat if you don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen. Spread the luck and have these treats on the table when the kids get home from school.  Find instructions at HAPPY HOUR PROJECTS.



A fun twist on traditional Italian Wedding Soup, this version uses giant gnocchi pasta and regular-sized meatballs instead of the tiny version of each to create a hearty, delicious soup that might be even better than the original. Better yet, this version uses basil leaves instead of spinach or kale to really bump up the flavor of this incredible soup. Every bite is a big, fat celebration of comforting flavor. And it takes just a few minutes to whip up and ladle into your bowl!


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