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St. Paddy's Day Green Food Feast

St. Paddy's Day Green Food Feast

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Duration: Over One Hour
Start off the day that is known for "the wearin' of the green" by serving your family an all green breakfast!
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  • 1 green paper tablecloth
  • 1 green paper napkin for each person
  • St. Patrick's Day stickers (1 pack for each person)
  • Shamrock Smoothie (recipe below)
  • Pot o' Gold Fruit (recipe below)
  • Irish Eggs (recipe below)

  • The Evening before St. Patrick's Day invite everyone in the family to a morning St. Paddy's Day Green Food Feast instead of their regular breakfast. Remind them all to wear green!

  • Set the breakfast table with a green paper tablecloth and napkins.

  • Add one package of St. Patrick's Day stickers to each place setting. Everyone attending the "feast" can decorate their napkins with stickers.

  • Prepare and serve this St. Paddy's Day Green Food Feast:

    Shamrock Smoothie
    Just add a few drops of green food coloring to each recipe for Vanilla, Vanilla, Vanilla Milkshake.

Pot O' Gold Fruit

  • 1 bunch of green grapes
  • 1 Honeydew melon
  • 2 to 3 kiwi fruit (optional)
  • 1 melon ball scoop (available at cooking stores)
  • 1 kitchen knife (PARENTS ONLY)
  • 2 sprigs of mint leaves

  • Slice one Honeydew melon in half, lengthwise.

  • Use the melon ball scoop to scoop the fruit out of each melon half.

  • Peel and slice the kiwi.

  • Wash the grapes and take them off of their stems.

  • Mix the fruit together and fill each of the melon halves.

  • Add one sprig of mint to each melon half as a garnish.

Irish Eggs
    Just add a few drops of green food coloring to your favorite scrambled egg recipe.


This is a fun breakfast for all of your little leprechauns to get involved in!
  • Give everyone a turn using the melon ball scoop. They will love making little balls from this tasty green fruit!

  • Watch their amazement when they see what a drop or two of green food coloring can do to a vanilla shake and scrambled eggs!
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