If you have a little one in Elementary School, you’ve probably been working on some Leprechaun Traps and reading some books about Rainbows and Four-leaf Clovers. Why not get really in to the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day (and no, not with a Guinness) with a Green Dinner for the entire family!

Here are some green foods that are sure to bring a smile to your Leprechaun Hunter’s faces.

Green Smoothie- You can find a Green Drink Smoothie at just about any grocery store or health food store; or here is a recipe I found on AllRecipes to make one at home.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Place the banana, kale, flax seed meal, and coconut oil into a blender, pour in the milk and orange juice. Cover, and puree until smooth; serve.

And here are some helpful tips from Happy Foody to get your kids to actually drink the Green Smoothie.

Main course ideas-

Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

If you have a little one in Elementary School, you’ve probably been working on some Leprechaun Traps and reading some books about Rainbows and Four-leaf Clovers. Why not get really in to the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day (and no, not with a Guinness) with a Green Dinner for the entire family!

Here are some green foods that are sure to bring a smile to your Leprechaun Hunter’s faces.

Green Smoothie- You can find a Green Drink Smoothie at just about any grocery store or health food store; or here is a recipe I found on AllRecipes to make one at home.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Place the banana, kale, flax seed meal, and coconut oil into a blender, pour in the milk and orange juice. Cover, and puree until smooth; serve.

And here are some helpful tips from Happy Foody to get your kids to actually drink the Green Smoothie.

Main course ideas-

Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!