This no-fuss, super green and festive snack board is a fun way to fill up with all the good stuff on St. Patrick’s Day. This snack board proves green food can be enjoyable! It is both adult and kid-friendly. Below I provide exactly how I made the board plus alternate green food ideas.
If you follow me on Instagram then you know I love to play around and get creative with food as art. Last Halloween I made the kids this spooky dinner before we went trick or treating. In this St. Patrick’s Day snack board I have a leprechaun hat, two shamrocks and a rainbow with a pot of gold. Can you spot them all?
Similar to the concept of my Chocolate Dessert Board, don’t overthink it. Just gather your favorite green ingredients and fill up the board. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Green grapes were my major filler where I had gaps. I started with the green bell pepper shamrock and leprechaun hats made from cucumber, yellow bell pepper and vegan cheese. I used heart vegetable cutters to make the open-faced green hummus shamrock sandwich. The rainbow with the pot of gold can be made from almost any fruits or vegetables. I used an avocado half for the pot and filled it with yellow dye-free vegan, dark chocolate candy gems for the gold.
This St. Patrick’s Day snack board is vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, refined sugar-free, soy-free, egg-free and dairy-free. I hope you love it as much as I do. It is so easy and fun. If you give it a try, please let me know! Leave a comment below, rate it, and tag a photo @eatingbyelaine and #eatingbyelaine on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook so I can see your St. Patrick’s Day creations! Good luck!
For more St. Patrick’s Day fun, try my Healthy Shamrock Shake for breakfast or dessert. And for a vegetable side dish for St. Patrick’s Day dinner, definitely check out my Roasted Green Cabbage with Green Tahini Sauce. I love to serve it over fluffy white quinoa. So yum!Print
This bright and vibrant snack board is full of fruits and veggies. You can add whatever green foods you have on hand. Scale the board up or down depending on the number of people you are serving.
- Rainbow + Pot of Gold (center)
- Red: raspberries or strawberries
- Orange: orange bell peppers or baby carrots
- Yellow: yellow bell pepper or bananas
- Green: sugar snap peas or peas
- Blue: blueberries
- Purple: Purple grapes (I didn’t have on hand)
- Avocado half, pit removed and filled with yellow vegan, dark chocolate candy gems
- Leprechaun hats:
- English cucumber
- Yellow bell pepper (buckle)
- Vegan white cheese slice
- Large Shamrock (upper right corner):
- Green bell pepper
- Open-Faced Green Hummus Shamrock Sandwich (bottom middle)
- Sandwich bread
- Homemade hummus blended with spinach to make it green (put extra in white bowl)
- Green grapes
- Sugar snap peas
- Pea crisps
- Green vegan, dye-free dark chocolate candy gems
- Other green food ideas: green salsa, guacamole, green tahini sauce, pepita seeds, pistachios, kale chips, broccoli, celery, peas, green apple, pears, honeydew, mint leaves for garnish
- Arrange the rainbow on a cutting board or serving tray and place the avocado half as the “pot of gold” at the end of the rainbow. Where the pit was, fill it with the yellow chocolate candy.
- Make the shamrock, shamrock sandwich and leprechaun hats. Place around the rainbow where you have room.
- Add a mini bowl of the leftover green hummus (or use guacamole or green tahini sauce). Fill the board with smaller items: kiwi, grapes, cucumber slices, sugar snap peas, pea crisps etc Be sure to fill in any gaps or holes you have to complete the overall look.