Rainbow Decorated Desserts For Your St Patrick's Day Celebration
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day and if you are planning on trying to catch a leprechaun and get their pot of gold, good luck. If you happen to see a rainbow on St. Patrick's Day, you know...
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day and if you are planning on trying to catch a leprechaun and get their pot of gold, good luck. If you happen to see a rainbow on St. Patrick's Day, you know that there will be a pot of gold at the end. However, if you are unlucky in your endeavors on this lucky day, consider making some rainbow decorated desserts to celebrate the day.
Everyone will be able to see what is at the end of the rainbow with these End-of-the-Rainbow Cupcakes. The cupcakes will make for a spectacular display and the mini marshmallow clouds make a nice touch. However, you may want to consider adding gold coins to the end of your rainbow.
Looking for a fun rainbow dessert to make with the kids on St. Patty's Day? Try this rainbow pudding. Not only will it be fun for the kids to add all the different colors and assemble the dessert, but it will also be a good time to sneak in a science lesson about rainbows.
This rainbow cake may just look like a huge ordinary cake with white frosting on the outside, but just wait until that first slice is cut. Inside this plain-looking cake is a beautiful layered rainbow. Imagine how big your family's eyes are going to get when they see that first slice.
Rainbow Meringue Truffle Cones are a fun dessert to make and to eat. Mini waffle cones are filled with a chocolate ganache and topped with rainbow meringues. The meringues themselves are beautiful and would look great on a plate by themselves.
Remember if you happen to catch a leprechaun, make sure that he grants you your three wishes. If the only rainbow that you find comes from your kitchen, we would love to hear about it. Feel free to contact us with any comments you may have and good luck finding that pot of gold.