Right about now, everyone is scrambling around making and finalizing St. Patrick's Day party plans. What's a St. Paddy's Day party without leprechaun hats, pots of gold, and all the green decorations in the world? But, do you know what you're bringing to the party yet? Small dishes are the best idea. The little finger foods allow partygoers to eat comfortably and dance the day away. Here are 11 St. Patrick's Day appetizers sure to please a crowd. 

#SpoonTip: If you're cut short for time but still want to bring a little treat, run to the store and pick up chocolate coins, Rolos, Ferrero Rochers, or other gold-wrapped candies that leprechauns would definitely want for themselves. 

Lucky Charm Rice Krispie Treats

Rice Krispie treats are the simplest treat to bring to any holiday party. The basic dessert serves as a great recipe to level up with one of the best cereals ever made. 

Guinness Beef Sliders

We all enjoy a good slider, right? The Guinness gives the beef a kick of extra flavor and the glaze brings a layer of sweetness. It pleases a crowd and will keep your stomach full through all the green beer you'll be having. 

#SpoonTip: No matter what you're drinking, make sure to always drink responsibly. Spoon does not promote binge or underage drinking.

Chocolate-Dipped Cookies

Want a no-bake dessert option to bring to your party? These St. Paddy's chocolate-covered sandwich cookies take no time at all to make. You'll just need some white chocolate, green dye, and your cookies. You can jazz it up with some green or gold sprinkles, too. 

Green Velvet Cupcakes

Get the luck of the Irish with these cupcakes. Make sure you have a couple of trays of these on deck; I have a lucky feeling they're going to quickly disappear. 

Corned Beef Irish Nachos

These aren't the regular nachos you're used to seeing at other parties and restaurants. Have everyone swoon over your nachos with the crisp arugula and crispy bits of corned beef on potato chips. Don't knock it 'til you've tried it!

Corned Beef and Cabbage Egg Rolls

Egg rolls are totally unexpected for any party. Make them St. Paddy's Day appropriate with corned beef and cabbage. You can pair with Thousand Island dressing for dipping. 

Leprechaun Popcorn

If your party ends up as a movie night, don't forget to have this festive take on popcorn in a huge bowl. Get ready for this treat to be asked for at every holiday party and movie night. 

Rice Krispie Bites

A fistful of these bites is going to leave you standing next to the table the entire party. The amazing thing about the size of the Rice Krispie treats is you can keep a handful with you at all times. 

Grasshopper Chocolate Bark

With all the salty food at the party, leave room for something sweet. The combo of mint and chocolate cools you off and isn't overwhelmingly sweet. 

Guinness Steak Skewers with Smoked Gouda Dipping Sauce

Skewers are the least messy finger food of them all.  Keep the St. Patrick's Day theme going with a sauce made from Guinness or any other Irish beer

Reuben Crunchwrap Supreme

Everyone at the St. Patrick's Day party may be craving Taco Bell, but you won't have to go far when you bring these Reuben Crunchwrap Supremes. Crispy on the outside and Irish flavors bursting on the inside will satisfy well into the night. 

I hope you were making a list of things to bring to the shindig. What are your St. Paddy's Day plans?