Festive St. Patrick’s Day Cookies

Everyone will love this list of St. Patrick’s Day Cookies! All of these are easy to make, delicious, and perfect for any sweet tooth. Add these to your creative St. Patrick’s Day Ideas to make!

No matter if you’re a fan of chocolate or are looking for a dessert with a little bit more crunch, this list of recipes for St. Patrick’s Day is the best.

You’ll find desserts here that are sweet, savory, green in color, and maybe even lucky as well!

A collage of St. Patrick's Day cookies including Lucky Charms rice Krispie treats, shamrock cookies and rainbow cookies.

Once the St. Patrick’s Day holiday arrives, all I can think about is the fun treats and sweats that I’m going to make. Themed desserts are so much fun!

I’ve gathered up quite a list of lucky treats that I think you all will love. They’re simple to make and sure to attract attention!

In fact, I’m pretty confident in stating that it’s going to be super hard to narrow down your favorites – which is why I recommend making quite a few.

Easy Cookie Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day

I never miss the chance to make and decorate cookies for the holidays. This year, I felt compelled to really find some great cookie recipes to share!

While I feature some of my favorites on this list below, don’t forget to sprinkle in some of yours as well. Because who says that you have to stop making green sweets just because you might be past the holiday?

I’m all about gathering up the best recipes and using them all year long!

St. Paddy’s Day Cookie Recipes are meant to be enjoyed anytime that the mood strikes!

Any of these cookie recipes would be super fun for a St. Patrick’s Day party, class party, or delicious snack right at home.

A collage of St. Patrick's Day cookies including Lucky Charms rice Krispie treats, shamrock cookies and pot of gold cookies.

It’s pretty safe to say that these treats can be made by a beginner baker or someone who just loves to bake. (and you might even find some no-bake treats on this list!)

Make sure to gather some really cute gift boxes or themed baggies if you’re going to hand them out as gifts.

How far in advance can I bake cookies?

Baking cookies in advance can be a great way to save time, but you do have to get the timing down pretty well.

I would recommend not baking them more than 1 day in advance so that they don’t get stale and start to crumble.

The biggest thing to remember when making cookies in advance is that you want to store them in an airtight container or bag. Keep the air out to keep them fresh!

A collage of St. Patrick's Day cookies including Shamrock cut out cookies, shamrock cookies and shamrock shaped cookies cookies.

Is your mouth watering thinking about all these yummy cookie recipes? I can’t wait to see which one you like best!

St. Paddy’s Day Cookies

Make this cookie list the start of a new holiday baking tradition. You can easily make cookies to match the upcoming holiday!

Here are some other great cookies that go well with various times of the year.

You just might become the person that makes and brings all the cute and delicious cookies to the parties!

I didn’t put these cookie recipes in any particular order because there was no way that I could choose.

St. Patrick's Day Cookies

These cookies are a festive way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! They're quick and easy to make, so you'll have plenty of time to enjoy the holiday festivities.

Which of these lucky cookie recipes do you plan on making first?

More St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

  • Irish Margarita With Jameson
  • Irish Mojito Made With Whiskey
  • Irish Flag St. Patrick’s Day Jello Shots
  • Green Cocktail – Emerald Sunrise
  • St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Desserts
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    Susan B

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    Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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