This Shamrock Shake Pie Is Sure To Sweeten Up Your St. Paddy’s Day


A staple of many St. Patrick’s Day celebrations is the Shamrock Shake. It’s sweet. It’s creamy. It’s cold. And it’s delicious. Oh yeah, most important of all, it’s green. But did you know it actually comes in pie form? That’s right. This Shamrock Shake Pie is sure to sweeten up your St. Paddy’s Day celebration, and we strongly urge you to give it a try.


Making Shamrock Shake Pie is pretty simple. In fact, you only need six ingredients to get started. Here is a list of the things that you will need.

  • 2 instant vanilla pudding mix packages (3.4 ounces each)
  • 2 cups of milk
  • 8 ounces of Cool Whip
  • 16 drops of green food coloring
  • One half teaspoon of mint extract
  • One graham cracker crust (you could make your own, or you could keep it simple and use a store-bought one)


  • Take the pudding mixes and milk and mix them together in a large bowl until they are well combined.
  • Next, add the mint extract, the cool whip, and the green food coloring.
  • After that, pour the mixture into your premade pie crust.
  • Then, refrigerate the pie until it is completely set. This will take about four hours but you may want to leave it in the refrigerator overnight.
  • Finally, once it is set, you’re ready to serve and eat the pie. Serve it with whipped cream and a cherry.

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Break From Lent

While there are ways to make this Shamrock Shake Pie with your diet in mind, for instance you can use skim milk and light Cool Whip, you may be able to use it as the perfect break from your diet if you are doing that during Lent. You see, there are many people who believe that St. Patrick’s Day is a day in which you can suspend anything you are giving up. What better way to break a diet than Shamrock Shake Pie?

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