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This is it! The last of the St. Patrick’s Day Food posts! I hope you have enjoyed them! I’ve worked super hard creating fun recipes for you, but I have also had a BLAST doing it!!

Our St. Patrick’s Day meal wouldn’t be complete without some fun drinks! Kid-friendly…of course! On the menu…

Shamrock Shake…Irish Cream Pie Shake…Virgin Irish Car Bomb


Shamrock Shake {copycat recipe}

The Shamrock Shake is a very familiar St. Patrick’s Day Drink under the “golden arches”. They are very easy to make, with just a few ingredients.


Irish Cream Pie Shake

A couple weeks ago I shared Irish Cream Pie Cupcakes, this shake was inspired by those. I used International Delight Irish Creme Coffee Creamer and it gave the shake not only a really good flavor it was also very creamy.

Irish Car Bomb {kid friendly}

An Irish Car Bomb is an adult drink that is made with Guinness Beer,  Bailey’s Irish Cream and Irish Whiskey. Although I have never had one {because I would probably pass out after just one} I hear they taste like a Rootbeer Float or a Frosty. So here is the non-alcoholic or Virgin recipe.


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Shamrock Shake
 
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Copycat recipe for Shamrock Shake. Recipe from HoosierHomemade.com
Serves: 1-2 servings
Ingredients
  • 2 cups Vanilla Ice Cream
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 6-8 drops of Green Food Coloring
  • ⅛ – ¼ teaspoon Mint Extract {depending on taste}
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in blender and mix
  2. Top with whipping cream and a chocolate gold coin, if desired

Irish Cream Pie Shake
 
Ingredients
  • 1 cup International Delight Irish Creme Coffee Creamer
  • 2 cups Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Chocolate Syrup {a couple big squirts}
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in the blender and mix
  2. Serve with a little whipping cream and sprinkles if desired.
Irish Car Bomb {kid friendly}
 
Ingredients
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Rootbeer
Instructions
  1. Place Ice Cream in a glass and pour Rootbeer over

Here is a little wrap up of all the St. Patrick’s Day Food I posted this past week…

 
  1. Appetizers
  2. Main Dishes
  3. Shamrock Pretzels and Irish Soda Bread
  4. Snacks: Rainbow Jello, Lucky Mix and Rainbow Rice Krispie Treats
  5. Drinks: Shamrock Shake, Irish Cream Pie Shake and Virgin Irish Car Bomb
  6. Desserts: Irish Cream Mint Brownies, Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies and more
  7. Mint Chocolate Cupcakes from Cupcake Chronicles Newsletter
  8. Rainbow Cupcakes and Rainbow Ice Cream

Do you cook a special meal on St. Patrick’s Day? Will you be trying any of my recipes this year?

2012 St. Patrick’s Day Food and Fun

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