Best St. Patrick’s Day Dessert

March 17th is just around the corner, so we thought we’d better do a St. Patrick’s Day round up. We’re proud to present a delicious collection of 17 St. Patrick’s Day recipes from around the blogosphere. Here are our favorites.

Irish Car Bomb Brownies

“The Irish ignore anything they can’t drink or punch.” Well Irish Car Bomb Brownies pack the punch of a favorite Irish-inspired cocktail and are certainly hard to ignore.”-A Spicy Perspective

Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes

“Guinness infused, chocolaty cupcakes, filled with Jameson Irish whiskey ganache, topped with sweet and creamy Baileys buttercream. Did I get your attention yet??”-Quick Feet, Good Eats

Whiskey Cake in the Jar-o!

“It is so very moist, and it has a butter-whiskey sauce that gets poured over the cakes after baking.” Sprinkle Bakes

Traditional Irish Chocolate Cake

“When I saw that this chocolate cake had mashed potatoes as an ingredient, I had to test it out!”-Sugar and Charm

Kissin’ the Blarney Stone Cupcakes

“We frosted our cupcakes with chocolate frosting and edged them in Oreo cookie crumbs to look like dirt. Then we placed three leaves and a stem on most cupcake, a couple got four for good luck, and we arranged our Blarney Stones on more cupcakes.”-Hello Cupcake

Green Velvet Cupcakes

“This cupcake is for them and everyone else who wants to be a little Irish and/or Southern this St. Patrick’s Day” –Snappy Gourmet

Bailey’s Irish Cream Cupcakes

“I have really out done myself on this delicious combo to create a St. Patrick’s Day dessert masterpiece!”-Belly Feathers Party

Chocolate Mint Whoopie Pies

“I used a popular recipe for the cookie/cake part that comes from Gourmet’s January 2003 issue.  The mint flavored buttercream recipe I found from Chockylit who used it to frost some amazing chocolate cupcakes.”-Grin and Bake It

French Macarons with an Irish Twist

“What do you get when you cross French Macarons with Bailey’s Irish Cream and chocolate filling? Macarons Irlandais…or French Macarons with an Irish Twist.”-Savoring Time In The Kitchen

Rainbow Jello

“This Rainbow Jello makes me smile!! Perfect for kids…and adults!!” -Hoosier Homemade

Green Velvet Cupcakes

“No matter the holiday, cupcakes are one treat you can dress up for any occasion. Green velvet cupcakes are no exception. Much like red velvet cupcakes, these have a velvet texture and vibrant color … green for St. Patrick’s Day!” -Food Family Finds

“Lucky You” Mint Pie

“Lucky You” Mint Pie will have you and your guests feeling extra lucky (even if you’re not Irish). This refreshingly decadent mint and chocolate pie features a layer of rich chocolate ganache topped with a creamy mint layer and will quickly become a festive favorite.”-Very Best Baking

Grasshopper Brownie Bars

“Looking for an easy way to score some major points? Try these. I mean, they are called brownie points for a reason, right?”-Love & Olive Oil

Pistachio St. Patrick’s Day Bread

“This bread is so scrumptious and the kids love that it’s green…it’s perfect for this ‘FUN festive IRISH DAY’. Pistachio is one of my favorite flavors…which makes this bread one of my favorites. You have to try it…you’ll be glad that you did.”-Better Than Burgers

St. Patrick’s Day Marshmallows

“For everyone out there who doesn’t have extra hours to make St. Patrick’s Day decorated cookies (CLICK HERE if you do), then here’s a treat that takes mere seconds to make: St. Patty’s marshmallows.”-The Decorated Cookie

Key Lime Cream Cheese Frosted Cake Doughnuts

“Why not frost cake doughnuts with cream cheese frosting?  I couldn’t come up with a good reason either.”-Bake Your Day

St. Patrick’s Ice Cream Push Pops

“These adorable little treats are all the rage right now, so when I spotted some for sale on Pick Your Plum, I quickly snatched them up. But never fear, I also created an Irish Cream Trifle for you in case you don’t have the push pops or can’t find them to buy.”-Hoosier Homemade

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