St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Pudding

St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Pudding

St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Pudding

How to make unique desserts for St. Patrick’s Day using things in your pantry.
This is a St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Pudding project that you can do with your kids to make dessert, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. This layered pudding is also a great food idea for any event or birthday party that may use rainbow as the theme or green in the color combination.

We really liked this DIY project because it was fun, quick and easy….but best of all it was virtually free {budget friendly} because we had everything we need already in the cabinet and fridge!

SCORE!

#tastetherainbow
Ingredients:
Green Jello Pudding
-Pistacio
White Jello Pudding
-Vanilla / White Chocolate
Milk
-Skim / Low Fat
Lucky Charms Cereal
Whipped Cream
Green Sugar Sprinkles
Supplies:
Glass
Mixing Bowl
Plate
Step 1:

Separate the lucky charm marshmallows from cereal and pick which colors you want to use.

Step 2:
Use the plate to pour a layer of green sugar on for dipping. Prep each glass by wetting the rims of the glass and dipping them in the green sugar.
Step 3:
Prep the pudding with cold milk. Set aside.
Step 4:
Start layering the pudding into glasses. Be careful not to disturb the green sugar.
Step 5:

Add whipped cream on top of the pudding layers and top with Lucky Charms marshmallows.

St. Patrick's Day Lucky Charms Pudding recipe idea- SWEET HAUTE
 Look at all the pretty colors….kids are going to go wild, literally…
Serve and Enjoy!
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St Patricks Day Lucky Layered Pudding-SWEETHAUTE
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28 thoughts on “St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Pudding”

  • OMG these are amazingly yummy looking!! I am going to include it on a round up I am doing!! I would love it if you stopped by Totally Terrific Tuesday and linked up!! Have a wonderful and safe weekend 🙂
    Jess LiveRandomlySimple.com

  • So much yas. This is super duper fun! Thank you for sharing.

  • DENISE LOW says:

    Thank you for sharing. We will try it out soon.

    • thank you for visiting, this recipe is great for kids that love Lucky Charms cereal.

  • Alyssa E. says:

    This is so cute and colorful. I love it 🙂

    • Alyssa thanks for stopping by, my kids loved this recipe project

  • clojo9372 says:

    Oh this looks amazing! We aren’t Irish but you wouldn’t know it with my family. My mother goes all out with decorations and green everything! She is going to just LOVE this recipe. LOL! Thanks so much! 🙂

    • St. Patrick’s day isn’t just for Irish descendants….it’s for anyone to celebrate March and the foods, colors, and fun that leprechauns, rainbows, pots of gold, and being lucky evokes.

  • The st patricks day pudding looks delicious like the idea of the lucky charms marshmallows

  • Lindsay G says:

    This is rainbow themed…SO I NEED THIS ASAP! Lol I love it so much!

    • thanks for including my St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Pudding recipe.

  • svartedauden91 says:

    These looks so good! I love the colors!

  • This looks awesome! I think we have just enough time to make it before St. Patrick’s Day. My kids will go wild for this.

  • Richard Hicks says:

    This pudding is so festive. Might give a try

  • Ronald Gagnon says:

    Fantastic recipe and fun all ages can get involved with…except we would need-Pistacio White Jello Pudding and sprinkles

    • hahah ok, we couldn’t find white jello! Thanks for visiting Ronald…

  • This sounds so good. It will be a fun thing for me to make with my grandchildren. I love all the pastel colors. Thank you so much for sharing

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