My family has a lot of Irish heritage, but we're not so much into the whole "St. Patrick's Day" thing so much as just celebrating Ireland, Irish food, culture and that sort of thing. So rather than making, say, green popcorn, in recent years we've made soda bread. (We've totally made green popcorn in the past and if that's your thing, enjoy it!)
That said, this year I am experimenting with keto shamrock shakes just because A. I like them, and B. I'd like to have them without gobs of sugar. I have to say I'm liking my version of this (I've used macadamia nut milk so far) and I've learned to use more ice than less to ensure it's nice and smooth. I also saw this recipe for green cupcakes, which my kiddo will likely want to make.
So how do you celebrate? What are you making in terms of sweet treats?