St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and Irish or not, it is still fun to celebrate! I can guarantee you will make your family very happy when you treat them to this delicious Lucky Charms Milkshake!

Easy St. Patrick's Day Milkshake #luckycharms #kidfriendly #nonalcoholicdrink

These green Lucky Charms milkshakes are a perfect way to express how “lucky” you are to have your favorite people in your life. You can make these easy milkshake recipe in minutes! As an extra touch, attach one of the St. Patrick’s day printables to the milkshake! Or use the St. Patrick’s Day printable for lunch box notes!

Lucky Charms Milkshake Recipe for St. Patrick's Day

Green Milkshake Recipe for St. Patrick’s Day

This past weekend, we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day a little early with these Lucky Charms milkshakes. These milkshakes are a little twist on Shamrock Shakes. It has been years since I have had a Shamrock Shake. While I imagine they taste pretty good, I think these homemade St. Patrick’s day milkshakes are a tad healthier. What makes these milkshakes fun is that you can customize -with your favorite green ice cream and your favorite candy!

My daughter and I were actually on a hunt for chocolate gold coins to add on top of the milkshakes. However, we came home empty handed. So, use whatever festive topping you have (like the green flags I used) to add a final touch to your milkshake.

Lucky Charms Milkshake for St. Patrick’s Day

Your family will be lucky to have this green milkshake with Lucky Charms for a St. Patty's Day dessert!

  • 3.5 cups Green Ice Cream (You can use mint, lime, mint chocolate chip or pistachio)
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • Whipped Cream
  • Lucky Charms
  • 2 Chocolate Gold Coins
  • Skittles, Rainbow Fruit Roll Up (Optional)
  1. First add ice cream to blender. Then pour milk over ice cream. Pulse until you reach the desired consistency. For a thinner consistency, add more milk.

    Top the milkshake with Whipped Cream. Then add your favorite toppings including Lucky Charms, a Gold Coin, Skittles or Rainbow Fruit Roll up.


*If you want to have a really “green” effect to your ice cream (as the milk will water down the green color), you could use a a few drops of green food coloring. This natural food coloring set is my favorite. (mix blue and yellow coloring)


St. Patrick's Day Milkshake Recipe that you can make in minutes #easy #nonalcoholic #kidfriendly #greenfoods

Do your kids make leprachaun traps? My kids started making them a few years ago and each year they make the traps more and more elaborate. Unfortunately, the leprachaun outwits them every year. The kids are usually rewarded with a few gold coins. Hint: You can actually get $1 gold coins at the bank! This year, I think we will also reward the kids with these milkshakes too.


St. Patrick’s Day Kid Friendly Recipe Ideas

My husband and I like to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a corned beef sandwich and sometimes a Guiness. However, my kids enjoy it when I make them some green treats.

St. Patrick’s Day kid-friendly ideas include:

Rainbow Fruit Kabobs- Serve your kids a rainbow of fruit on a skewer.

Green Pancakes- Use a little green dye in your favorite pancake recipe!

Green Milk -Dye your kids’ milk green.

Pesto Pasta-Serve your favorite pasta with some green pesto

Green Jello

St. Patrick’s Day Lunch Box Notes

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day all week long with these cute lunch box notes. You can print this out and stick them in your kids’ lunch bags!

St. Patrick's Day Lunch Notes Free Printables #lunchbox #stpatricksday #free




How do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? You can let your family know that they are your lucky charms with this easy Lucky Charms milkshake!

Check out these other holiday themed family activities:

Valentine’s Day Family Breakfast

Chow Mein Bird’s Nest Easter Dessert


Looking for more St. Patrick’s Day recipes and activities? Follow my St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest Board:


  1. Holly Breton @ Pink Lady on March 12, 2019 at 5:39 am

    Such a cute idea Jaclyn! You are so creative! 🙂

  2. Kimmy Ripley (Give It A Whirl Girl) on March 12, 2019 at 8:18 am

    This looks fantastic and way better than the Shamrock Shakes from McDonald’s! I would much rather have yours! Beautiful presentation!!

  3. Dara on March 12, 2019 at 8:23 am

    You can find chocolate gold coins in December because they are sold for Hanukkah. Also – Amazon!

  4. Carla Natali on March 12, 2019 at 9:33 am

    This is not only cute but it looks absolutely delicious!
    Can you imagine serving your family a tray full of those?
    I´ll just have to try this!

    • Jaclyn on March 12, 2019 at 9:42 am

      What a cute idea to serve on a tray. Maybe a bunch of mini ones–would look so cute!

  5. Briana on March 12, 2019 at 9:42 am

    Such a great idea!! I’m going to make these for my girls!!

  6. Emily on March 12, 2019 at 8:33 pm

    My kids would love this! Pinning to save for St. Patrick’s Day!! It looks delicious and super festive.

  7. Sara on March 12, 2019 at 9:05 pm

    My kids love lucky charms and would have so much fun both making and drinking this!!

  8. Gemma on March 13, 2019 at 2:16 am

    My kids would love this. So fun!

  9. Bailey on March 13, 2019 at 8:39 am

    YUM! Such a fun way to celebrate St. Patruck’s Day! Do you have a favorite green ice cream?

    • Jaclyn on March 13, 2019 at 8:55 am

      Thanks!! I made with a sherbert lime flavor which made the shake really green–so yum! my kids love mint chocolate chip!

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