Leprechaun Lunch

I've dressed-up a lot of our quickie lunches, but I think this one takes the award for the easiest fun lunch EVER! All you need is a little icing, green food coloring, a ziploc baggie and an optional gold coin to make the cutest St. Patricks Day lunch! Leprechaun Lunch
Your favorite sandwich, sides, etc. (whatever you're having for lunch)
White icing, any kind
Green food coloring
small Ziploc bag
Chocolate or toy gold coin, optional
Mix a small amount of food coloring into icing. Put in to baggie and snip a small corner off the bag. Take a small bite or cut out a little piece of the sandwich. Using the icing, make small ovals starting at the edge of the plate and up onto the sandwich for "leprechaun footprints". Tuck the gold coin into the sandwich (optional). For extra green fun, put a drop of food coloring in your child's milk.

Here are the reviews:
Little C: "Wow! How did Leprechaun's mouths get so big?"
Big C: "That's funny!! Hmmm...It looks a lot like mommy's bite...."
Little H: "Fawsing! (frosting!)"


The Eadle Family said...

I LOVE IT! I was just thinking too, I should go on gourmet mom and see what she has for st. patty's day recipes

Katrina said...


The Rambler said...

What an extremely CUTE idea!!

~Bobbi~ said...

What a cute idea! I love how you wrote their responses down. Good Mommy!

oneordinaryday said...

Really cute idea! My daughter asked me last night if this was the night the leprechaun comes. :) They're talking about it in preschool already and they are so excited.

Jessica G. said...

I love this idea! Now, what have you got for April Fool's day? ☺

Lisa said...

The little footprints are so stinkin' cute!

Hana @ celebrations.com said...

I am horrible at cooking, but
this one looks so simple to quickly put together!. I gotta love St. Patty's Day..

Thanks for the recipe :)

-Hana @celebrations.com

Jen @ Sunshine4Teachers said...
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Jen @ Sunshine4Teachers said...

This lunch is too cute. When I was a teacher, we used to take one of the Polly Pocket size dolls and dip their feet in green paint to make a trail for the children to follow. But footprints leading up to a lunch like this, now that's what I call fun. Thanks for the neat idea. I'm having fun reading through all of your great ideas.

Little Nummies said...

Too stinkin CUTE!!! I posted it on Little Nummies!! Just fyi!! :) LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!

~ Kelllie ~

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Oh this is so, SO cute! I would love to photolink to it if you didn't mind!

meghanwelch said...

I love this idea! So cute. I don't have any kids to do this yet though. Hmmm, do you think my husband would like it? :)
Thank you for stopping by my blog and welcoming me to SITS!

Cheryl said...

You are so creative, I have to send your site to my neighbor she would love it!

Cindy DG said...

I love it, I can't wait until my son is a big older to appreciate those little things@ :)

katherine marie said...

What a fantastically fun idea! Can't wait to try it this year. :):)

UPrinting said...

Wow, amazing idea. You are very creative with food. Can't wait to try this. :)

Michelle said...

adding this to our week. i'll be linking back to you on my blog

Brittany said...

Thanks so much for this fun and easy idea! I'm featuring it today on my blog! :)
Love it!!

Toqua's Crafts said...

Too Cute!
I love the "fawsing" LOL

Amy Lanhardt said...

This was SO CUTE we had to add it to our Leprechaun Magic post! Come and see!

Thanks for being so CLEVER!!
Amy and Michaela