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St. Patrick’s Day honestly happens to be one of my all-time favorite days of the year. I may not be 100% Irish. But still the smaller portion genetically that is revels in this day.
So makes sense that Valentine’s Day is now behind us that I begin to share my absolutely love and adoration for this most fun, green colored luck of the Irish day.
Trust me in the weeks to come here, I will most definitely have St. Patrick’s Day on display. For one thing, I married a man who is indeed 100% Irish. So between my love and his love for this day, we are in no short supply for St. Patrick’s Day inspiration around these parts.
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One of the fun traditions for St. Patrick’s Day are Leprechauns.
Leprechauns according to folklore are a type of fairy. They are usually depicted as little bearded men, wearing a coat and hat, who partake in mischief. They are solitary creatures who spend their time making and mending shoes and have a hidden pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
First of all, I happen to be on the shorter side measuring only 5’2″. My husband is almost a foot taller than me. So one of his enduring references for me over the years has been a leprechaun. His humor never seems to fail, especially on this. Plus, as my girls first few years of school both in pre-school and elementary school, they always had the obligatory leprechaun visit.
So also makes sense to make Leprechaun Fudge for our family. It is truly a fun and yummy way to celebrate getting in the mood for St. Patrick’s Day.
This Leprechaun Fudge Dessert Recipe is also for those who have a sweet tooth. Why? Because it is made with butter, sugar, half & half, marshmallow fluff, white chocolate chips. Plus it is topped with St. Patrick’s Day green themed sprinkles for that extra sweet bite!
Trust me you are definitely going to want to give this Leprechaun Fudge Dessert Recipe a try now for all your little lucky leprechauns, too.
Now, follow the Leprechaun Fudge recipe below:
Leprechaun Fudge Dessert Recipe
There you have it, the perfect, fun Leprechaun Fudge Dessert Recipe to make for all the little leprechauns in your life now!
Meredith Spidel says
Oh my goodness! This looks so yummy! Totally doing this for my own little leprechauns!
Yay and thanks Meredith always!!! 🙂
William Holland says
Fudge is one of those magical words which get me salivating instantly.
Snow heading our way, so I’ll make this short. Have a great Tuesday!
I hope the snow wasn’t too bad. My girls are off this week for winter break and we actually had almost spring like weather here today. And more spring like weather tomorrow, too. So we have been lucky so far. Happy Tuesday to you, too!! 🙂
I don’t remember how Irish I am, but I am a small percentage. And the kids are larger percentage because Cassidy is pretty Irish.
Actually one of my favorite holidays. I can’t explain it. I love chocolate coins and rainbows and luck. And it’s such a hopeful time of year.
Such a hopeful time of the year indeed and seriously with you on just loving this holiday so much!! 🙂
I can’t believe St Patricks Day is just around the corner. I’m not a huge drinker but I look pretty darn good in Green so that works lol. I believed I had a small percentage of Irish blood in me because of my serious love and addiction to potatoes. What a cute family picture, the girls look adorable in their green. I’ve never made fudge before, so green fudge looks like a great place to start.
Mary, I am so with you on loving potatoes and also loving the color greens, too. And hope you can try to make this green fudge soon, too now 🙂
That fudge looks so good 🙂
Thanks so much 😉
Well OK, you may be on the sorter side, but you pack a powerful St. Ptarick’s day recipe! Pinned! This is great 🙂
Aw, thanks Jen and that is so sweet of you to say. And also appreciate the pin, too!! 🙂
Fudge is always a favorite, and I love the layered look of this version. Thanks so much for sharing at the #happynowlinkup!
Aw, so happy to share and I love the layered look, too 🙂
Diane Roark says
I too cannot believe March will be here next week. I will be thrilled to see the warmer weather but this year is already flying by so fast. The older I get the faster each month flies by.
Anyway, I love fudge and this St. Patrick’s day fudge is adorable. I am sure it tastes terrific too.
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, Diane and I am so with you on looking forward to the warmer weather and spring now, too 🙂
AnnMarie John says
That’s really sweet. I just got back from NY and have to start on my St. Patricks Day stuff, but this will surely hit my sweet spot.
I can’t wait to see some of your St. Patrick’s Day stuff. And also hope you had a great time in NY while you were here 🙂
Christine Carter says
I am craving something sweet right NOW and these look sooooo good. They are SO festive! You are so creative, and I love that you have so much fun celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Janine! Your family is just so adorable.
Aw, thanks again Chris and hope you can try to make these soon for your gang for St. Patrick’s Day, too 🙂
I have never made any kind of fudge at home, so I am happy to see the step by step instructions. I think this looks good. Bet my kids wouldn’t fuss if I made it. 😉
Rosey, so easy to make and hope you can try for your own kids soon, too 🙂