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San Diego CooksEven the pickiest eaters can't resist a spread this pretty! All you need to recreate this recipe from San Diego Cooks is fruit in every color of the rainbow (with a marshmallow cloud to satisfy your sweet tooth, of course).
Just Baked By MeThese bite-size beauties from Just Baked By Me do require plenty of bowls (and a donut pan!) but if you have the extra time to spare, these make a magical breakfast. Kids will go nuts for the festive colors and delicious vanilla bean flavor.
Leprechaun Hat S'mores
Hostess With the MostessTo whip up a batch of these adorable treats from Hostess With the Mostess, all you need is some melting chocolate, fudge stripe cookies, marshmallows and green decor. Kids will have a blast assembling these tiny treats -- and you thought s'mores were only for bonfire season.
Layered Rice Krispie Treats
Raspberri CupcakesThese layered Rice Krispie treats from Raspberri Cupcakes look totally ordinary when viewed from the top, but cutting into them reveals a colorful (and tasty) surprise kids will go crazy for. Washing out your saucepan after every layer can be a drag, but the beautiful results are definitely worth it.
Blissfully DomesticWant to make a healthy holiday lunch? These festive mini pizzas from Blissfully Domestic only require four ingredients, and kids will have so much fun assembling them, you'll barely have any work to do! Lucky day, indeed.
Kitchen Fun With My 3 SonsVegetables? As a snack? Mom, have you lost your mind? Not when you serve 'em up like this. This adorable snack idea from Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons is the perfect way to get picky eaters excited about their veggies.
Sun ScholarsThese sparkly clover pretzels from Sun Scholars call for just four ingredients (you may even have them all in your kitchen already) and are so simple to make: Dip mini pretzels in melted white chocolate, stick together in a clover shape, let dry and top with green frosting and sanding sugar.
Rainbow Fruit Skewers
Green Lite BitesThese rainbow fruit skewers from Green Lite Bites are are both easy and healthy. Just thread pieces of fruit (cut to the appropriate size for your child's age, of course) onto skewers in ROYGBIV order. And if you really want your kids to feel lucky, throw on a piece of gold foil-wrapped chocolate, too.
The Slow Roasted ItalianForget the golden arches -- we're swooning over this thick, creamy, minty version of the St. Patty's Day shake from The Slow Roasted Italian. Whirl together vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt, low-fat milk, real peppermint extract and a drop of green food coloring -- then top with a little fresh whipped cream and some sprinkles.
Life in WonderlandFruit is more fun when it's cut up into shapes, which is why your kids will be all over these whimsical shamrock shaped kiwi slices created by Life in Wonderland. Just pick up a mini clover-shaped cookie cutter from a craft store and let your littles stamp out shamrocks.
source copyYour kids will think they hit the treat jackpot with these rainbow marshmallows from Smart Schoolhouse. Make them by wrapping rainbow-colored candy strips around a jumbo marshmallow (a dab of melted white chocolate will make the candy stick).
Dandelions and Dust BunniesDandelions and Dust Bunnies created these festive cookies by dunking Cool Mint Oreos into melted almond bark (white chocolate chips would work, too) and green sprinkles. Melt, dip and decorate? Hey, we can handle that!
Kitchen Fun with My 3 SonsMake an afterschool snack a little more festive with these clover quesadillas from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons, stuffed with refried beans, brown rice and cheddar cheese (or whatever your kids will like). Just don't forget the key ingredient: green (spinach) tortillas.