Frugal Recipes for St. Patrick's Day

Frugal St. Patrick's Day Recipes

Whether you're Irish or just love a good holiday celebration, St. Patrick's Day can be a ton of fun. To keep you feeling lucky and under budget, we decided to find the tastiest and most frugal St. Paddy's recipes (maybe that's what is hidden at the end of the rainbow!).

Kid-Friendly Snacks

Lucky Charms are a classic treat - step up your game and pair the colorful cereal with green milk.

How about a rainbow display of healthy fruit as the perfect after-school snack?

No recipe required for this delightful JELL-O leprechaun hat - just a bit of assembly.

Dinner for the whole family

This delicious and traditional Guinness bread can be made with mostly ingredients you already have in your pantry. Pair it perfectly with an Irish Beef Stew - hearty, yet inexpensive to make.

Pop this corned beef in the slow cooker at the beginning of the day with a few seasonings, and then prepare yourself for delicious, tender meat in the evening!

Or, try Easy Shepherd's Pie for a satisfying, hearty dinner that's light on your wallet.

Don't forget dessert!

A pack of Oreos and edible color mist are all you need to find the pot at the end of the rainbow (and delight your kiddos).

These Chocolate Marshmallow Leprechaun Hats only have four ingredients, but they are dressed to impress.

Shamrock Pretzel Pops check off three boxes: salty, sweet and frugal!

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