St. Patrick’s Day always meant some sort of green breakfast when I was growing up. Green milk, green eggs, and green pancakes. St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast is a tradition I have carried on with my children.
While I may not win “Mother of the Year” on certain holidays, I try to do something fun and easy during our busy day, to celebrate. If a themed breakfast is how you celebrate holidays too, check out 7 St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Ideas for Kids!
7 St. Patrick’s Day
Breakfast Ideas for Kids
First up are a few of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Ideas that I found on Pinterest. PS: Make sure you check out my St. Patrick’s Day Board on Pinterest for all kinds of recipes and crafts!
Mint Chocolate Chip Muffins from Heather’s French Press have me drooling!
Green Milk and Lucky Charms is easy peasy, yet still fun!
Pot O’ Gold Pancakes from Betty Crocker are a fun DIY St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast that even the kids can decorate!
Rainbow Colored Pancakes and Fruit Skewers from Tablespoon can be made together, or individually depending on how much time you have. Both are actually pretty quick recipes.
Rainbow Waffles from Tablespoon are too cute! They would also be great for a tween sleepover breakfast!
Green Pancakes are what we’re having for St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast! All my kids love pancakes, and with 4 to get ready in the morning it’s something I know I can get done!
You can make green pancakes using food coloring, but I also found Green Pancakes using Kale if you would rather not use food coloring.
What will you one of these St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Ideas for your kids?