page title icon 10 Delicious St. Patrick’s Day Desserts

St. Patrick’s Day is coming up and I always love scouring Pinterest for themed crafts and foods to make with the family.

If you have a major sweet tooth like me, you’ll enjoy these various St. Patty’s day sweets I’ve put together. Some desserts are boozy for the adults, and some are guaranteed to delight the little ones with candy and pots of gold. So grab the Guinness, pick out all the green M&M’s and let’s get to baking!

Dark Chocolate Guinness Brownies

Dark Chocolate Guinness Brownies recipe

Website: The Gay Globetrotter

Guinness brownies are oh-so decadent, and filled with dark chocolate, stout, and espresso flavor. They’re topped with a rich espresso Guinness buttercream for the perfect, cakey brownies for St. Patrick’s Day!

St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold Rainbow Cake

St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold Rainbow Cake recipe

Website: Savvy Saving Couple

This St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold Rainbow Cake is super easy and is sure to impress children and adults alike. 

Irish Coffee Cheesecake Squares

Irish Coffee Cheesecake Squares recipe

Website: The View From Great Island

Irish Coffee Cheesecake Squares are a lighter alternative to regular cheesecake, and they have a hint of coffee and whiskey just to keep it all interesting. The coffee and whiskey flavors cut the sweetness in these bars just a bit, making it feel less heavy than some cheesecakes can be.  I promise you won’t be disappointed!

St. Patrick’s Day Bark

St. Patrick’s Day Bark recipe


St. Patrick’s Day Bark is a quick and easy to make dessert with sweet and salty flavors in traditional green and white colors; ready in a little over an hour!

Boozy Shamrock Shakes

Boozy Shamrock Shakes recipe

Website: Coastal Wandering

Looking for fun St. Patrick’s Day cocktails? This boozy shamrock shake is an easy ice cream-based adult version of McDonald’s shamrock shake. It’s the perfect over-the-top drink to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

Irish Apple Cake

Irish Apple Cake recipe

Website: Bacon is Magic

This Irish apple cake is so good you can eat it as a dessert or even for breakfast with tea. It’s creamy, crunch and the whiskey cream is decadent. So good, you’ll want to make it year round!

No Bake Irish Cream Dream Bars 

No Bake Irish Cream Dream Bars recipe

Website: 365 Days of Baking & More

These no bake Irish Cream Dream Bars are an easy dessert with a shortbread cookie crust, an Irish cream cheesecake layer, Irish cream chocolate pudding and my stabilized whipped cream. Everything Irish for St. Patty’s Day!

Irish Car Bomb Cake Balls

Irish Car Bomb Cake Balls recipe

Website: Barth Bakery

Amp up your St. Patrick’s Day by turning every American’s favorite shot into a sweet and delicious boozy confection. With the combination of Guinness to add depth and moisture to the chocolate cake, and a Baileys and Jameson whipped buttercream frosting to add just the right sweet tang, the flavors are well blended without overpowering one another.

Baileys Bundt Cake

Baileys Bundt Cake recipe

Website: Where Is My Spoon

A boozy, moist and delicious Baileys bundt cake to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year. Or to celebrate pretty much anything, you will want to bake this Irish cream cake more than once a year.

Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe

Website: Confetti & Bliss

Mint chocolate chip cookies are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day and all year round. These scrumptious triple chocolate cookies are fabulously chewy with tender soft middles. A freshly-baked batch are a chocolate lover’s dream!

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