You can click the title for the original post, but basically, if you have a stocked fridge, this is an easy one to pull off.
Here are another couple lunch ideas for the kiddos.
In the sweet treat department, these are delicious any day of the week, but since they're green on the inside, it give you an excuse to make a batch.
I haven't made these for a really long time, but the kids thought they were awesome.
Just mix up a batch of yellow or white cake, divide it into separate bowls, add your food coloring, and layer it into a lined muffin tin.
I might have to make these happen on Sunday.
You can do the same thing to make a rainbow cake.
Full instructions are in the post.
Last year, I made corned beef and cabbage for the first time and it was beyond delicious.
The second night dinner over egg noodles was super yummy, too.
It's all about the horseradish.
This year, I think I'll do the same dinner, but I'm goin' for the Irish Soda Bread this time around.
I made Guinness Beef Stew for the first time last year, as well, but I never posted a recipe.
It was really, really, good, so if you've ever considered trying it, go for it, GI Joe.
My St. Patrick's Day Pinterest board has a few more fun ideas on it, if you're lookin' for more inspiration.
Happy Friday, have a great weekend!
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