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Saint Patrick’s Day Pizza

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My boys are not huge lovers of Corned Beef and Cabbage. This year we are going to do something a little more kid friendly!

I did two different types of Pizza. The first was clover pizza!


 It was so easy! Just look for peppers that have deep ridges. Then slice them into rings.



The second kind was a rainbow. This was such a great way  to get my kids to try and eat new veggies too!



Here are the toppings that can be used as colors!

RED: Pepperonis, tomatoes

ORANGE: orange pepper

YELLOW: pineapple, yellow pepper

GREEN: green pepper, spinach, green onions

BLUE: I could not find anything blue so we used olives

PURPLE: purple onion


To make the pizza, first make your dough. I am sharing my favorite my favorite dough recipe for download.


Our favorite sauce is Shirley j Pizza & Pasta Seasoning because its fast, easy, and delicious to make. Then top with your cheese!


Now the fun part, adding your toppings!



I used peppers cut as clovers at the end of the rainbows to give it a good finished look.


Plus look how pretty the slices are!



Previous author of Over the Big Moon. I shared my passion for home and family life! I love graphic design, DIY projects, cooking, and working in my garden! My favorite role is taking care of my husband and our 3 amazing and busy boys!
  • This has to be the cutest pizza ever, I need to do something like this for my kids!

  • Vanessa Marquiss Barker

    This is so cute!!!! My kids would die over this pizza!

  • Amber @ DessertNowDinnerLater!

    This is so stinkin cute!!!! Love it!

  • Heidi

    Lisa, that looks like such a fun dinner! Too bad my kids will only eat pepperoni! Maybe I’ll have to shape the pepperoni into a shamrock!

  • Tabitha Ramsay

    Love this idea! You are always so creative!!

  • Lori Vachon

    So cute, shared on our FB wall and pinning!

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