This year, crank the craic to ninety with St. Patrick’s Day cookies cut into shamrock shapes or decorated like the Irish tricolor. Irish potato candy more your style? You’re covered. Or make a holy show of it, and kiss the Blarney Stone cookies — then gobble ’em up!
“I made these on St Patrick’s day and they were gone within 1/2 and hour! They turned out great! This will be my go to sugar cookie recipe from now on.” — Lisa
“Great version of Irish Soda Bread…the sweet kind, made into a cookie! Took them to a St. Patty’s party. I turned around and they were gone! I’m making them again to have some at home!” — skduffy
“Love these cookies! Dough was crumbly, so rolling the balls took a little more time. I also flattened the balls with a drinking glass bottom and increased the cooking time to 12 minutes. They turned out perfect.” — ROSEANNA L.
“The best-ever sugar cookies and are a great dessert for St. Patrick’s Day. Very fun to make and very delicious!” — Kama Derksen
“WONDERFUL. Make sure you chill at least 1 hour to firm up the dough. Knead the dough before rolling out with pin. Use SUGAR instead of flour when rolling. There are many options with these cookies. They are great iced. Two thumbs up!” — amsuka
“These are so cute! I surrounded a plate of Irish Soda Bread with them. They are a great touch for St. Patrick’s Day. I would recommend chilling the mixture for about five minutes before forming the potatoes, then chilling them again for a few minutes before rolling them in the cinnamon. They keep their irregular potato shape better that way.” — Mallinda
“Every St. Patrick’s Day when we were growing up, my grandmother would have us over to make Blarney Stones, pound cake cubes dipped in frosting and rolled in dry roasted peanuts. This became a tradition we considered part of our Irish family heritage.” — Elizabeth
Watch the video to see how it’s done!
“These are deliciously soft, moist sugar cookies with the creamy richness of Bailey’s Irish Cream! Wonderful as a St. Patrick’s day treat or for any day you’re craving a sugar cookie.” — Kristin
“I made a double batch of these for a St Patrick’s Day Party, and they were a big hit with adults and kiddos! I did one batch with chocolate chips, 1 batch with raisins, and both were gobbled up. If you want the green to stand out more, add green food coloring.” — KATFIRST