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St Patricks day dessert recipes are exactly what we need. You can use these recipes to get into the spirit of the Irish holiday. Do you know of any traditional Irish desserts? There are more than a few traditional Irish desserts. Soda bread is one of the most popular but there are also cakes and candies that could really make bring the Irish community home for the holiday. St. Patrick’s Day is often thought of as an adult holiday that is filled with alcohol and drinks. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. This holiday is for everyone, of all ages, and there is something even better. Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day!

Use some of the best St Patricks Day dessert recipes to help you celebrate this Irish holiday and don't forget to share what you make with everyone.

Use some of the best St Patricks Day dessert recipes to help you celebrate this Irish holiday and don’t forget to share what you make with everyone.

Apple Amber | Baking A Moment

Green Oreo Cupcakes | The Keeper of the Cheerios

Shamrock Shake Lasagna | OMG Chocolate Desserts

Irish Soda Bread | Real Simple

St. Patrick’s Day Bundt Cake | Love From The Oven

Use some of the best St Patricks Day dessert recipes to help you celebrate this Irish holiday and don't forget to share what you make with everyone.

Not all St Patricks Day dessert recipes have to be traditional. You could use some of your favorite recipes and then add green to them when you can. In fact, a bundt cake that has been decorated in a certain way could be a killer dessert for you to share. The best part is, you can get as creative as you’d like with these recipes. Have fun with the designs, and let your inner leprechaun guide you.

Date and Ginger Sticky Toffee Puddings | Super Golden Bakes

Mini Oreo Truffles | Simple Easy Creative

Shamrock Bark | Passion for Savings

Potato Candy | Simply Whisked

Mint M&M Cookies | Two Sisters Crafting

Use some of the best St Patricks Day dessert recipes to help you celebrate this Irish holiday and don't forget to share what you make with everyone.

The only question left is, who will you share with? In fact, you could even reward those around you who remembered to wear green. Or you could give a taste of sweetness to those who are getting pinched throughout the day. The choice is up to you. Just be sure to have fun while making the recipes and celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. It is a celebration after all.

Irish Short Bread | The Kitchy Kitchen

Mini Ombre Cakes | Hello Little Home

Irish Lemon Pudding Tart | Sugar Dish Me

Pudding Cups | Cooking with Amber

St. Patrick’s Day Muddy Buddies | Frugal Mom Eh!

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