A St. Patrick’s Day Brunch calls for some beautiful food, lots of green and plenty of lucky clovers to garnish the treats. Here are a few tips to make your St. Patrick’s Day extra tasty.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day! One of my favorite times of year. It’s a time to celebrate my roots and make some beautiful green treats for my friends and family. 🍀
I love this holiday so much that I celebrate it all month long! If I can put a basil shamrock on something, stick it with a tooth pick, freeze it in an ice cube, I will. It’s a simple way to make everything both fancy and lucky!
On the menu! Lox and herbed cream cheese finger sandwiches, green deviled eggs with pickles and basil clovers, prosciutto-wrapped melon, low-carb egg muffins with veggies and shamrock-shaped sausage!
I cut the salmon, lox and herbed cream cheese finger sandwiches with a shamrock cookie cutter, topped my little green deviled eggs with pickles and pierced my prosciutto-wrapped melon with basil clovers!
This is my little clover puncher. I use it to make my basil clovers. So easy to use! You just find a nice flat basil leaf, shimmy it into the puncher and stamp a perfect clover!
I added clovers to my cucumber ice water! I simply froze a few clovers in round ice cubes the night before.
I even used the shamrock cookie cutter for my sausage. They didn’t come out so clear, but I thought it was cute anyway.
Delicious egg muffins are perfect to serve at brunch parties. You can make them a whole day before and simply heat them up when your friends walk in the door.
It’s nice to have little green, tasty touches on your table. I used these lovely mint chocolates, and covered them in clovers, of course.