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With this dazzling array of cupcakes, you can finally see what's at the end of the rainbow. Bring yourself luck on St. Patrick's Day with this easy-to-make treat -- all you'll need is mix for around 30 cupcakes, creamy white frosting, food coloring, and mini marshmallows.
These sweet slice-and-bake treats are a snap to make. Green colored sugar contributes a playful edging.
Make half-mint, half-chocolate cookies as the perfect St. Patrick's Day sweet. Drizzle them with melted chocolate for an extra-special touch.
Add a bit of green food coloring to creme de menthe for this festive cupcake topping -- the recipe makes enough cupcakes for a St. Patrick's Day party.
There's no better way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than with a dessert that's naturally green, like these key lime cheesecake bars. The best part? They're only 150 calories per serving -- great for a small St. Patrick's Day office party.
Want to know how to make the perfect Key lime pie? We show your our time-tested secret for getting the crisp, fresh taste of limes to shine in your recipe.
Pastel Kisses milk chocolates with mint (available seasonally) are the perfect St. Patrick's Day topping for these crinkly chocolate cookies.
Swirls of white chocolate frosting top these moist minty cupcakes. Wrap them with a green cupcake liner for the ultimate holiday finish.
Irish liqueur gives creamy chocolate cheesecake a St. Patrick's Day spin. Make it the night before -- the cake needs time to chill before serving.
You'll love this minty St. Patrick's Day take on the classic root beer float -- instead of root beer, we used chilled cream soda, and instead of vanilla ice cream, we used mint-chocolate chip. Cheers!
Irish Cream ganache and crunchy chopped coffee beans top this rich chocolate and vanilla cupcake.
It's hard not to love this frothy four-ingredient shake, featuring stout (in Irish it means "black beer"). A chocolate-dipped pretzel stick adds a party-ready twist.
A dash of Irish cream liqueur adds holiday flavor to these coffee brownies topped with bits of toffee.
Drink your eggnog as the Irish do -- with a little bit of whiskey. This warm drink combines eggnog, coffee, and Irish whiskey in a delicious after-dinner treat for St. Patrick's Day. Top with whipped cream and nutmeg; serve in an Irish-coffee mug.