St. Patrick's Day Desserts

Looking for delicious and unique St. Patrick’s Day desserts? Look no further! St. Patrick’s Day cakes and St. Patrick’s Day desserts are very important to us at Randazzo’s. Mardi Gras season is over, and with that delicious cinnamon-sugar taste still lingering in your mouth from Fat Tuesday, you're still craving one of our famous king cakes. Don't worry! We're fresh-baking our famous St. Patrick’s Day desserts, St. Patrick’s Day king cakes, long after the last Mardi Gras bead has been thrown.

With so many unique traditions surrounding this celebration, why not add a unique twist on your St. Patrick's Day food choices? One of our soft, flaky St. Patrick’s Day cakes will make a beautiful and delicious centerpiece for your St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Baked to perfection and topped with bright green sprinkles, your decortive conversation piece can turn into a delicious St. Patrick’s Day dessert.



St. Patrick's Day activities are guaranteed to be unique and exciting, just like New Orleans itself. People fill the streets of the city for the St. Patrick's Day parades, where people on floats toss beads, candy, and even cabbages to parade-goers. Make sure you wear something green, or you'll risk getting pinched by anyone who notices!

Like the king cake, St. Patrick's Day has religious historical roots. The feast day recognizes the anniversary of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Although he is patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick was born in England. When he was sixteen years old, he was kidnapped by a group of Irish raiders and sold into slavery. During this time, he turned to religion for solice, and became a devout Christian. After six years of slavery, he escaped and fled back to Britain. Once home, St. Patrick decided to become a priest. He was then told in a dream to return to Ireland as a missionary. Following the call, he went back to Ireland to help convert the Irish to Christianity. It is said that he used a three-leaf clover to explain the trinity to the Irish people. This is why shamrocks are so heavily associated with this celebration. St. Patrick's mission was successful, as he aided in a great shift to Christianity in Ireland.

Today, the Irish people honor his life on March 17th every year. Many non-Irish have also joined in on the celebration with St. Patrick's Day parades and activities, including baking and exchanging St. Patrick’s Day desserts and cakes. Try one of our green-topped St. Patrick’s Day cakes to make a memorable treat for kids or adults. One bite of this St. Patrick’s Day dessert, and you'll think you found your pot o' gold at the end of the rainbow. Order a fresh-baked St. Patrick's Day cake today!