St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Charms Milk
This Lucky Charms Drink will delight kids of all ages! With a few supplies and a free printable tag, this St. Patrick’s Day drink is easy to make!
St. Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday to celebrate with the kids. Making the day special isn’t hard at all. This easy recipe for St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Charms Milk is one way to make the kids feel super special with minimal effort!
Not only is this an easy treat to make, but it is also really good! I have a free printable you will want to grab to add to the cute little bottles this green drink is made in. To create this exact look, pick up some green and white baker’s twine at a craft store and a few of these adorable milk bottles. Mine are from Michael’s but you can also find them at Target and Dollar Stores! Then print out my Lucky Charm Printable below!
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SUPPLIES: Milk | Green Food Coloring | Lucky Charms Cereal
Green Baker’s Twine | Cardstock Paper | Hole Punch
Scissor | Green Paper Straws
Print out the My Lucky Charm printable tag on cardstock and attach it to the bottle using the baker’s twine.
Add 1-2 drops of the green food coloring to each small bottle of milk. I found one drop to be sufficient to make the perfect green milk. Top with Lucky Charms marshmallows…let the party begin!
It is as simple as that to make something special that will make eyes sparkle! I have to admit, I enjoyed one of these St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Charms Milks. It was incredibly simple and satisfying. So good!
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Hi Susan! Love these. Pinned to my St. Patrick’s Day board. Sorry it’s been a while since my last visit. Life! Hope this finds you well!!
Thanks so much for the pin love, Theresa! So happy you stopped by again! It’s hard to find time to blog hop these days 😉
SO CUTE! Pinning this as well. St Pattys is my FAVORITE holiday so I’m always looking for cute new ways to celebrate. Thanks for sharing (found via awesome things).
I love St. Patrick’s Day too, Casey. Thanks for stopping by and pinning!
This is a cute idea for St. Patrick’s Day treats. My kids would love to eat this Lucky Charms cereal and milk! I’m stopping by from Whimsy Wednesday. Pinning now!