Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Easy St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Rolls

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Easy St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Rolls

We love the Artisan whole grain dinner rolls from Pillsbury & we had them on a pan ready to bake for dinner last night. I accidentally unrolled one this gave us the idea to make these little Shamrock Rolls for St. Patrick’s Day & they are so easy to make! Seriously takes just minutes to make & my boys thought these were so fun!

Shamrock Dinner Rolls

Shamrock Dinner Rolls

Pillsbury Artisan Rolls
Homemade of Premade Pesto (we like Buitoni)

Start out by unrolling the rolls & then cut them in to 3 pieces using kitchen scissors like this….

Start out by unrolling the rolls & then cut them in to 3 pieces using kitchen scissors

Spread the pesto on top of the 3 pieces…

Spread the pesto on top of the 3 pieces

Roll one of the tops to the middle. Then roll the other 2 pieces all the way to the edge. Press then together leaving the half rolled piece for the stem. Placed them on a greased cookie sheet. They will look like this…

Lay the Shamrock Rolls On a Pan

Bake at 350 for 10 minutes or until lightly browned on top. It’s SO easy & your family will love these clover rolls for a fun St. Patrick’s Day meal!

clover rolls for a fun St. Patrick's Day meal!

We also have a ton of other fun food St. Patrick’s Day ideas that you can check out HERE!

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  1. Don't you just love when ordinary dinner turns into something fun. These are great!

    Beth @ Hungry Happenings

  2. These look really great! And I love that they're super easy as well.

  3. This is being pinned onto my bento board 🙂

  4. Oh how I love Pillsbury and the many cute things that you can make using their products! These shamrocks are adorable!! 🙂

  5. These are all nice ideas for St Paddy's Day. I wasn't expecting for more activities as this. I was actually just browsing for St Patrick's day recipes and craft projects to consider =) Please allow me to pin them on my board. Thank you so much!