Friday Finds- March 11

March 11, 2022

This is my 10th week of sharing my finds on here and I am shocked I’ve been able to keep up with it! I decided to share some holiday themed finds this week so you can be ready for the upcoming celebrations next week. If you’re into that sort of thing. This week’s finds include Pi Day recipes, St. Patrick’s Day decor, a Shamrock bath bomb and flavorful mocktails.

Pi Day

March 14 is Pi Day! Any excuse to eat pie and I’m down. I don’t discriminate when it comes to pie, I love both sweet and savory, hand pies and by the slice, double crust or open face. I love them all, well except soggy bottom pies. *shudder* I am going to try my hand at a Dingle Pie to kick off my Saint Patrick’s Day week. It’s a savory pie made with lamb and root veggies. This recipe would also be really good as hand pies. And for a sweet treat on Pi Day this Irish Cream Pie sounds amazing.

Lucky Shamrock Wreath

I am obsessed with this wreath and am a little bummed that I didn’t stumble across it sooner. The simple burlap and super cute shamrock cluster are perfect to add a little Irish flare to your front door. I already have most of the supplies so I’m going to try to make one this weekend.

Shamrock Shake Bath Bomb

I know they are terrible for you but every March I treat myself to the neon Shamrock Shake with no whipped cream from my local McDonald’s. It’s so bad, but so good. I’m getting a sugar rush just thinking about one. Anyway, these festive minty bath bombs are a healthier form of self care that you can indulge in at home. This recipe contains gel food coloring, which I’ll be omitting and possibly replacing with green mica. Just my own personal preference, I’m weird about dyes in my bath water.

Mocktail Round Up

If you’re looking for a festive non alcoholic drink for St. Patrick’s Day this Bustle article can help you out. The fresh honeydew mojito and lemon basil daiquiri sound amazingly refreshing. There’s even a version of a shamrock shake!

Have a wonderful weekend. Sláinte !

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