I don’t usually make cookies for this holiday but these yummy looking St Patrick’s Day cookies are making me want to bake! Although there are a few no-bake alternatives mixed in… including this first one.
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St Patrick’s Day Cookies
The shamrock cookies (in the photo above) are actually “cheater” cookies. I bought some O’Neill’s Shamrock Shortbread cookies and decorated them with melted white chocolate and green sanding sugar. You could also decorate Oreos or any other storebought cookies if you don’t have time to bake.
But if you do have time to bake, check out these fun cookie recipes.
These delicious and interesting looking cookies get their mint flavor from the mint M&Ms!
Another mint chocolate chip cookie recipe… these look completely different. Which cookie do you like?
Who loves pistachios? I hardly ever have them but I can’t wait to make these cookies.
More mint in another super easy recipe.
These pretty multi-colored cookies have a surprise inside!
No baking involved in these cute cookies.
I guess these aren’t technically cookies but I’m going to include them. I love brownies! And I got a shamrock cookie cutter set to make them with.
More St Patrick’s Day Cookie Recipes
If you enjoyed this post, you might also like these:
- White Chocolate Lucky Charms Cookies
- St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Shaped Sugar Cookies
- Shamrock Green Crinkle Cookies
- Key Lime Cookies
- St. Patrick’s Day Sugar Cookies
- Green Tea Butter Cookies
- Chocolate Mint Thumbprints
- Luck of the Irish Cake Balls
More Cookie Recipes
- 101 Christmas Cookies
- Almond Joy Cookies
- 30 Sweet Valentine Cookie Ideas
- The Perfect Easy Snickerdoodle Cookies Recipe
- 15 Sweet & Easy Easter Cookie Ideas
‘Til the next meal,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim