These Rainbow Treat toppers are a fun and simple way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with family, friends, neighbors or coworkers. All you need is some candy or nuts or popcorn and little bags to make these fun little treat bags.
I am also sharing my rainbow trail mix recipe for a fun celebration or lunch box treat. Cute for friends and coworkers too, because we all need a little more love and happiness!
Why This Recipe
Festive. I am always looking for ways to celebrate the small moments in life and this is a fun and quick way to bring a smile to someone's face. It really brings me joy when I can make someone's day a little better.
Quick and Easy. I also love that these do not make much time to put together. I filled them with trail mix, but you can also fill them with candies, popcorn or shamrock cookies!
Fun. St. Patrick's Day is something I look forward to because the first day of spring is just a few days away! Spring makes me think of longer days, wearing shorts and dresses and enjoying the flowers, although sometimes they do make my hay fever flare up, but it is worth it.
- colorful candies
- gold wrapped candies
Substitutions and Variations
The great part is you can substitute the nuts with popcorn and can also use chocolate gold coins to make this a fun and festive treat. It one of the simple ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!
Other additions include dried cranberries, cashews, raisins, pumpkin seeds and popcorn.
For more great Rainbow fun, check out this Rainbow Fruit idea.
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More St. Partick Day Treat Ideas
Rainbow Trail Mix
- 2 cups peanuts
- 1 cup rainbow chocolate-covered candies
- ½ cup gold-covered chocolates - you can use covered coin candy if you wish
- Mix the above ingredients in a bowl.
- Place in food friendly gift bags or small mason jars.
- Makes 1 ¼ cups.
I am including these fun St. Patrick's Day bag toppers that you can download and print for free!
Get your free St. Patrick's Snack Toppers here!
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