Need quick St Patrick’s Day treats and party favors to pass out to kids or the teacher in your child’s school classroom or for adult coworkers?
You’re in luck because these St Patty’s Day treat and snack ideas are not only perfect for boys and girls of all ages, they come with free printable tags or goody bag toppers too!
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St. Patrick's Day Treat Goodie Bags
Here are some fun, themed goody bags* to hold your treats!
St Patrick’s Day Favors for Teachers
Give your child’s teacher a special treat of their own with these printable tags that are specifically meant for them.
Hershey’s Almond Nuggets
For an easy, store-bought treat, use these bite-size treats in a baggie with this free printable that reads, “Teacher, you have a heart of gold.” (via Eighteen 25)
If you’re up to a homemade treat, this mix of popcorn, M&Ms, Sixlets, white bark, and pretzels in a mason jar would make a thoughtful treat with an “I feel lucky you’re my teacher” printable. (via Passion for Savings)
St Patty’s Day Favors to Make for Kids
Cute easy-to-make St Patrick’s Day treats for school, which include sweets, non-edible items and healthy options to pass out to boys and girls.
Of all the lollipops to choose from, I’m a sucker for Rainblo-pops with this very fitting “I’m over the rainbow for you” printable. You can choose from an array of other rainbow-related sayings too. (via Simple as that Blog)
Want something more adorable? You can use Sixlets or other rainbow-colored candies like Skittles, Gobstoppers, or M&Ms. (via Consumer Crafts)
Organize the colors of this cereal to form the rainbow, with marshmallows to represent clouds, and Rolos as the pot of gold. Top off with a “You are the pot of gold at the end of my rainbow” tag. (via Pin image)
Lucky Charms cereal
Speaking of cereal, “I’m ‘cereal’sly lucky to be your friend” would charm children. (via Not Quite Susie)
Healthy St. Paddy’s Day Treats
Here are some great options for green or rainbow-colored treats. The “Pinch Proof” printable is great for foods like granny smith apple slices, celery sticks, or a juice box.
You can also use the “Taste the Rainbow” tag with colorful Goldfish crackers. (via Craftaholics Anonymous)
Color to My Life
This free “You bring color to my life” printable can be paired with so many different treat ideas, including non-edible candyless favors like
- Coloring book
- Watercolor set
You can also make this a teacher or coworker gift by pairing with good ole Sharpies. (via A Girl and a Glue Gun)
St Patty’s Day Favors to Make for Coworkers
Here are more fun DIY St Pat’s Day treat ideas for work that are cheap and not too kiddish.
Make this leprechaun bait with a printable that contains a fun rhyme on the back. (via The Super Mom Life)
Haha, get it? Peppermint patties with “Happy St. Pattie’s Day”? (via Chelsea’s Messy Apron)
Muddy Buddies Mix
If you want something with a more homemade touch, you can try this no bake puppy chow mix, which contains Chex cereal, chocolate chips, peanut butter, and M&Ms and a “o lucky you’re my buddy” printable. (via No Biggie)
A “Kiss me, I’m Irish (for today!)” printable with gold or green Hershey kisses make for a treat that’s just too cute. (via Classy Clutter)
This anti-pinch polish would be great for your lady coworkers. (via Eighteen 25)
If you’re looking for St. Patrick’s Day treats and favor ideas, these easy St. Patty’s treats for kids and adults will be adored by all ages.
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