Easy St.Patrick’s Day Treats


shamrock treat for st.patrick's day

I am pretty health conscious , especially when it comes to what my family eats, but treats are not banned and candy has a special place in my heart. When my son and I made both the treats in this post he turned up his nose at the sugary one and gobbled up two spinach and banana popsicles in a row! I was proud and it made up for all the marshmallows he ate while we were making the shamrocks. You can win every time right?

Shamrock Crispy Rice Treats

  1. Gather your materials. You will need 5 1/2 cups of marshmallows, 5 1/2 cups of rice crispy type cereal, 1/4 cup of butter, green sprinkles, green candies , some non stick spray , a large sauce pan , 2 baking sheets and a shamrock cookie cutter. * I had food coloring out but didn’t end up using it, the sparkles bled enough.
  2. Stir the green sparkles and candies into the cereal.
  3. Melt the butter over low heat .
  4. Add the marshmallows to the melted butter and stir until smooth.
  5. Add the cereal mix.
  6. Mix well
  7. Put the mix onto one baking sheet that has been sprayed with baking spray
  8. Press down with the 2nd, this compacts it down perfectly
  9. Let cool in your fridge for an hour.
  10. Cut out with cookie cutter and enjoy.
St.Patrick's Day Pops for toddlers

These are my son’s favorite smoothies ( ooobies) poured into a popsicle mold
  1. Gather your materials. You will need a blender, banana or vanilla yogurt,some milk, frozen spinach,a very ripe banana and popsicle molds.
  2. Put all ingredients into a blender and blend.
  3. Pour into the mold and freeze for at least 3 hours.
  4. Pop out and enjoy!
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  1. The Ortega's says

    I am totally trying the spinach banana pops. My LO’s love anything frozen and they love bananas…I might have to wait until summer though so they can eat them outside or eat them in the bathtub. LOL! LOVE your site, thanks for all the wonderful ideas!!!!

  2. ~Bobbi~ says

    I’ve seen spinach in smoothies and juicers before, but I’m scared. It scares me! I need to get the courage to try it. And I love spinach, just the thought of eating this- I don’t know what it is????? I think I should def try it, especially on the kids!

  3. Allie says

    Kelly – it’s not sad at all I measured ours today for you.

    1/4 cup of frozen chopped spinach loosely in the cup
    1/3 cup of whole milk
    1 yo baby yogurt ( 4oz)
    1 very large extra ripe banana ( lots of brown spots)

    – if your banana isn’t that ripe you may want to add a little sugar or vanilla. Or use vanilla flavored milk to hide the spinach.

    Hope that helps, my son loves these and this recipe makes 1 smoothie ( a full take and toss cup) and 4 small pops.

  4. Lisa says

    I was making a “raw” green drink for my daughter for a bit that involved fresh baby spinach.
    In a blender I mixed up a handful of baby spinach, 1-2 peeled apples, ~1/2 cup apple juice to thin it and a handful of ice cubes. I was surprised she drank it but she did. You could also throw in a frozen banana but my kid doesn’t like the taste of bananas so I don’t.

    Love your site! Thanks for all the great ideas.

  5. schmobes says

    I tried it today! I used fresh baby spinach, but I steamed it a bit to make it limp. And I omitted the milk (mostly an oversight on my part!) My 5 year old LOVED it, and he won’t eat spinach plain. Thanks!


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