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Bite me, I’m Irish. Shamrock cookies from Elenis.com.
Make St. Pat’s cookies: You’ve got plenty of time to find a shamrock cookie cutter before the St. Patrick’s Day festivities begin.
Then, bake up a batch of delicious butter cookies. If you don’t have a shamrock cookie cutter, you can default to regular shapes with green décor.
Use your own favorite recipe, or try this butter cookie recipe from King Arthur Flour.
Unless you need to use margarine for dietary reasons, always use fresh butter—not a bar that’s been sitting in the refrigerator for a month, picking up flavors from other foods.
You can also use the shamrock cookie cutter to make shamrock toasts for hors d’oeuvres, shamrock pancakes and even vegetable cut-outs.
If you don’t want to bake St. Pat’s cookies, your market will be more than happy to sell you some.
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