Green Food Coloring

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, friends!

It’s a cold, rainy day here today ~ much like Ireland, so it’s perfect.

The kiddos started out the morning in their Old Navy {lucky charm} jammies from last year and had Lucky Charms and green milk for breakfast…a must for leprechauns!

I braved the storm and went to gather ingredients for this evenings dinner with neighbors ~ Steak & Guinness Pie

Spotted this on Pinterest and thought it’d be fun to do a little something different than the usual corned beef and cabbage.

We’ll have it with a little {green salad} and JalapeƱo Popper Dip as an appetizer.

The beer glasses are in the freezer and the food coloring is ready and waiting to tint our pale ale a festive shade of green.

For dessert, I’m going to make some Lucky Charms marshmallow treats…

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Just prepare as you would regular Rice Krispie Treats, but sub Lucky Charms for the rice krispies and add a couple drops of green food coloring to the marshmallow and butter mixture!

Done.

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Off to do some food prep and take a look in my closet for a green somethin’ to wear.

Slainte!

Erin Go Bragh!

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