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Irish Desserts

Looking for Irish desserts? Find delicious Irish desserts including Irish cakes, Irish pudding, and more Irish desserts.

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Sour Cream Sugar Cookies

Sour Cream Sugar Cookies

Sour Cream Sugar Cookies

I make these cookies for my family and our neighbors every Valentine’s Day. The heart-shaped treats stay soft for at least a week, and they look so pretty frosted bright pink and then piped with lacy frosting.—Carolyn Walton, Smoot, Wyoming

Peanut Cake Squares

Peanut Cake Squares

Peanut Cake Squares

When I was in high school, I worked for an Irish family...and they made these yummy treats each year for St. Patrick's Day. The sweet frosting and salty peanuts are an irresistible combination. The only complaint my husband has is that I make them just once a year! -Bridget Jones, Veyo, Utah

Clover Crispies

Clover Crispies

Clover Crispies

These sweet snacks are like the pot of gold at the end of your family's feast. With their yummy peppermint and marshmallow flavor, they'll make even those without Irish hearts happy. And they'll have the cook smiling, too, because they're so easy to assemble. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Mint Patty Cake

Mint Patty Cake

Mint Patty Cake

Each slice of this dreamy layer cake is full of cool peppermint. The chopped peppermint patties in the frosting are a refreshing surprise. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Shamrock Meringue Cups

Shamrock Meringue Cups

Shamrock Meringue Cups

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these cute treats. The recipe is a low-fat take on an old family-favorite lime pie. It's always a hit at potlucks and church suppers. —Jean Elimon, Thompsonville, Illinois

Crisp Lemon Tea Cookies

Crisp Lemon Tea Cookies

Crisp Lemon Tea Cookies

Almost as much fun to eat as they are to decorate, these lemony cookies are the perfect backdrop for baking bits, sprinkles or glitter. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Lime Divine Tarts

Lime Divine Tarts

Lime Divine Tarts

Winter is prime time for limes, so why not showcase them at your holiday party? These cute cups are impressive but easy to make. —Ann Yri, Lewisville, Texas

Shamrock Cookies

Shamrock Cookies

Shamrock Cookies

A handy cookie cutter shapes these sensational sweets. With a hint of mint flavor, these cookies are especially yummy with cocoa or chocolate milk. —Edna Hoffman, Hebron, Indiana

Decorated Butter Cookies

Decorated Butter Cookies

Decorated Butter Cookies

Tender, crisp and flavorful, these versatile cookies from Doris Schumacher of Brookings, South Dakota can be decorated to suit any season or occasion. "Or you can just frost them lightly and top with toasted coconut," she notes.

Mint Swirl Bars

Mint Swirl Bars

Mint Swirl Bars

My folks love these cake-like bars, so I always make them for the holidays. The chocolaty mint squares look simply scrumptious and taste even better.

Beer and Pretzel Caramels

Beer and Pretzel Caramels

Beer and Pretzel Caramels

Beer and pretzels are a natural combination—mix them with smooth caramel and you have an awesome candy. The guys will go wild over these crunchy, chunky chews. —Jenni Sharp, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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