This St. Patrick’s Day dessert board is my favorite thing about the holiday. It’s perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day potluck or party.
This St. Patrick’s Day dessert board includes an assortment of St. Patrick’s Day candy and snacks ranging from Shamrock cookies to Lucky Charms, to rainbow Twizzlers, and ‘gold’ (Rolos).
St. Patrick’s Day Dessert Board
Before starting my blog, I was never been a big fan of St. Patrick’s Day day because as a child, I still had to go to school, and as an adult, St. Patrick’s Day was just an excuse to drink beer in the middle of a Saturday.
However, in my commitment to post a new dessert board every month, I finally had a reason to be excited to celebrate: a St. Patrick’s Day desserts board.
What To Put On A St. Patrick’s Day Dessert Board
- Shamrock cookies
- Mini St. Patrick’s Day cupcakes
- Rainbow Twizzlers
- Mint Gudge Stripes cookies
- Lucky Charms
- Rainbow Airheads
- Ferro Rocher
- Rainbow lollipops
- White chocolate covered pretzels
- Mini marshmallows
- Rainbow sugar cookie
The ingredient list above is simply what I choose to include, so feel free to get creative with other green, gold, chocolate, white, and rainbow snacks.
Where To Buy St. Patrick’s Day Desserts
Beginning in early March, most grocery stores will sell St. Patrick’s Day cookies and cupcakes in the bakery section.
Target is another great option when it comes to finding festive cookies and cupcakes – that’s where I purchased an individually-wrapped rainbow sugar cookie.
Fortunately, even if you can’t find St. Patrick’s Day cookies and cupcakes at your local grocery store, there are still plenty of other festive St. Patrick’s Day.
For example: Rolos, rainbow Twizzlers, Lucky Charms, mini marshmallows, and white chocolate pretzels
St. Patrick’s Day Dessert Charcuterie Board Tips
- Bringing Your St. Patty’s Board To A Party: Unless your board has sides, like this 15″x10″ serving tray from Amazon, I highly recommend assembling your snack board in the location where it is being served. I attempted to wrap my tightly with plastic wrap but that did not work for me.
- Homemade additions and substitutions: If you want to include a combination of homemade and store bought treats, consider St. Patty’s Pretzels, St. Patty’s Bark, St. Patty’s Cake Mix Cookies, and Leprechaun Bait.
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I hope you enjoyed this St. Patrick’s Day snack board filled with green and rainbow snacks. Whether it’s for a St. Patrick’s Day party or potluck, it’s sure to be a hit with guests.
I Want To Hear From You!
What is your favorite part about this St. Patrick’s Day desserts board? Did you make any substitutions? Share your feedback in the comments section below!