Treats for Saint Patrick's Day

Dear HT reader, you most likely have heard of the Halloween song, "Five Little Pumpkins," claim my five little Easter eggs, pictured here dressed in green for Saint Patrick's Day as they enjoy a cup of Irish Coffee. (They are taking advantage of their down time before their busy season of Easter begins.)
None of them gave up drinking for Lent and so they are enjoying a hot toddy as they watch a garden-themed mini movie, "50+++ Shades of Green" (produced by yours truly and included in this posting).
AND were I better baker, or even a baker, they might be enjoying some Rice Krispie treats with their coffee (such as the ones pictured here in images two through five which were made at a local shoppe) especially baked for this Saint Patrick holiday.
But alas, I'm not a baker, nor am I good at telling folks how to prepare stuff, but I am good at presenting and sharing ideas. Therefore I'm posting these photo-ps of the Saint Patrick's taste treats for all of you who are good in the kitchen, as I'm sure you can figure out how to make them.
AND BTW, as with a number of the figurines that I write about, the egg-figurines featured in this post are available via Steve Mohr of More and More Antiques. (212-580-8404)
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  • Plum Creek Place Plum Creek Place on Mar 18, 2014
    I am loving the St Pat's Easter eggs. You made my day. Did you make the eggs? Just to cute!

    • TheLastLeafGardener TheLastLeafGardener on Mar 19, 2014
      @Plum Creek Place No, I did not make the eggs. I am not handy in that regard, but I have an ability to bring things to life by writing about them, and these figurines are available at More and More. (The contact info is in my post.) Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. Here's another image of the quintuplet eggs with their siblings.