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Miami's Best St. Patrick's Day Treats 2021

Indulge your inner child with dbaker's Lucky Charms cake.
Indulge your inner child with dbaker's Lucky Charms cake.
Photo courtesy of dbakers Sweet Studio
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Wednesday, March 17, marks another St. Patrick's Day, and while guzzling green beer sounds fine, devouring Lucky Charms-topped cupcakes sounds even better.

This year, pay homage to Ireland's patron saint by indulging in some over-the-top treats. From doughnuts and cakes festooned with leprechaun-approved cereal to Irish Car Bomb-inspired pies, here, listed in alphabetical order by vendor, are Miami's top St. Patrick's Day sweets.

Dasher & Crank churns out festive holiday flavors.
Dasher & Crank churns out festive holiday flavors.
Photo courtesy of Dasher & Crank

Dasher & Crank

2211 NW Second Ave, Miami
305-640-8579
dasherandcrank.com


Get lucky at Dasher & Crank with a mouthful of the ice cream shop's St. Patrick's Day flavors. This year's menu includes "Shamrock Mint," a traditional mint base mixed with a whipped cream swirl; "Irish coffee," a boozy creation made of Irish whiskey and Baileys Irish Cream; and a milk chocolate ice cream infused with Guinness beer. The limited-batch flavors are available now while supplies last.

Grab some Irish luck with Lucky Charms-topped cupcakes at dbakers.
Grab some Irish luck with Lucky Charms-topped cupcakes at dbakers.
Photo courtesy of dbakers Sweet Studio

dbakers Sweet Studio

3501 NE Second Ave., Miami
786-310-8763
dbakers.us


Dbaker's Lucky Charm cupcakes are piped with vanilla buttercream and sprinkles, then crowned with your favorite childhood cereal, Lucky Charms. Indulge in box of six for $19 or go big with a Lucky Charms cake for $50.50. These offerings will be available throughout March.

Get your Irish whiskey fix with a slice of Fireman Derek's Irish Car Bomb pie.EXPAND
Get your Irish whiskey fix with a slice of Fireman Derek's Irish Car Bomb pie.
Photo courtesy of Fireman Derek's

Fireman Derek's Bake Shop

2818 N. Miami Ave., Miami
786-703-3623
3435 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove
786-502-2396
firemandereks.com


The team at Fireman Derek's is baking up Irish Car Bomb pies perfect for a socially distanced celebration at home. Crafted with an Oreo cookie crust, this decadent dessert combines Bailey's custard with Jameson whiskey-infused caramel. It's topped with a drizzling of Guinness reduction, whipped cream, and sliced almonds. The Irish-inspired treat will be available throughout the month of March. A pie costs $38, or $7.50 for a slice.

Honeybee's Lucky Charms-topped doughnuts are available for St. Patrick's Day.
Honeybee's Lucky Charms-topped doughnuts are available for St. Patrick's Day.
Photo courtesy of Honeybee Doughnuts

Honeybee Doughnuts

7388 S. Red Rd., Miami
786-773-2770
honeybeedoughnuts.com


Honeybee's doughnuts are dressed for the occasion with vibrant green frosting. Opt for a traditional glazed doughnut with a festive drizzle, or a Lucky Charms-topped doughnut served with a milk glaze. These mini doughnuts cost two for $5 and are available through March 17.

This Sugar Factory milkshake is decorated for St. Patrick's Day.
This Sugar Factory milkshake is decorated for St. Patrick's Day.
Photo courtesy of the Sugar Factory

Sugar Factory

1060 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
305-535-9773
sugarfactory.com


If leprechauns had a signature drink, it would undoubtedly be the Lucky Leprechaun milkshake at Sugar Factory. The gargantuan shake pairs vanilla and coffee ice cream with a shot of Jameson whiskey. It's served in a tall glass slathered in shamrock sprinkles and crowned with rainbow pops, chocolate coins, and a mountain of whipped cream for $25. A nonalcoholic version is available for $19. Grab yours throughout the month of March.

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