In honor of the holiday, some of my very favorite bloggers are hosting a Lucky Link-Up & we are honored to join in on the fun! The guidelines are simple, just make a St. Patricks Day themed recipe, share it on your blog, & then you will be paired with another blogger to make theirs. The results will be shared next Monday. More details can be found here, thanks to the hosts of this super fun link-up!!
I have never claimed to be a good cook. I just don’t have the patience to see a recipe to the end & even when I start out with the best of intentions, I usually lose focus about halfway through & end up on the floor playing puzzles with Waverly instead (assuming the food will turn out by some small miracle). It almost never does, I somehow managed to mess up boxed pasta salad & a vegetable medley last week.
I know, my poor husband. Good thing Waverly is going through a turkey & cheese phase this week. That I can handle. 🙂
Yet I have always loved to bake, boxed recipes of course, so my total claim to fame is a dozen Betty Crocker cupcakes with the cutest sprinkles on top. Baking has become one of my very favorite things to do with Waverly, she loves to do whatever mama does lately (melt my heart), & whenever we are in the kitchen she will point to the leopard chair she knows I let her stand on until I haul it over for her to join me. It really makes kitchen time much more fun & not to mention, having her assistance totally helps my explanation of why baking from scratch with a one-year old is just not even an option. 😉
For our sweet St. Patricks Day treat, we went with Fruity Pebbles Rice Krispy Treats. After obviously turning to Pinterest for an idea, they literally had bright green shining lights on them since I had a major addiction to cereal (specifically Fruity Pebbles) while pregnant with Waverly.
Yum, i love any type of cereal marshmallow treat, so good!
I love Rice Krispie treats so I'm sure I'd love these too! And Waverly is beyond cute!
I am making these this week only with Lucky Charms!!!
I don't normally like rice crispy treats, but these are a little tempting! Lol. I do so love all of her little faces that she makes in these pictures!
Those Fruity Pebbles treats sound so good!
Yummy!! Who doesn't love a rice Krispy treat?! And Fruity Pebbles to liven them up? Genius!! -Xo
Whaaat? Fruity Pebble Treats? Sign me up!
Love the green bow. Girls have such cute accessories (and clothes)!
fruity pebbles and marshmallows? sign me up!!
new to your blog .. THOSE EYES!!!!
PS .. i have a GIVEAWAY going on .. love for you to stop by and spread the good karma!
Wowsa, did Waverly Mae grow like 3 inches over the weekend??? She looks so grown up!!
Yummy! I love how you shaped it into a clover leaf! Perfect and easy 🙂
Yum yum yum!! Will definitely give this a try!
Waverly is SO cute! My hubs is a ginger and I'm pretty sure my daughter is following suit, so we definitely are fans of green for St. Patty's Day too 🙂
those fruity pebbles treats look so fun…I've tried Trix cereal before but I think the size of fruity pebbles would work so much better!
I really enjoy baking with my boys and I let them stand on a very similar brown and cream zebra print chair! lol Is that chair from Pier one?(Thats where ours are from) Waverly's outfit is super cute!
The treats sure look yummy! And what a fun holiday outfit! We don't make a big deal out of St. Patricks Day in our family, it's just not a tradition thing with us, but now I kind of wish we did! Waverly looks so adorable!
They look so good. And Waverly's bow…just so adorable!
K, love the silly faces so much! mmm I've made the fruity pebbles treats before, then I dipped them in melted white chocolate along one edge – extra good.
Okay…waverly is just too cute!! I am in love with her little shoes! What a yummy treat!
her sweater is just beyond adorable!! bring on the green on monday
Yum yum yum! I love Fruity Pebbles! And how cute is that bow! She's a total doll.
Oh my. You are right! Our girls are sooo alike… I think they even look a lot a like with the fair skin and strawberry locks. I might be biased, but I think Waverly is so cute, she is to die for!
Love this recipe idea and your daughter is just the cutest!! Can't wait to try this out