For St. Patrick's Day, people tend to get a little out of hand with the color green. While it may seem like a good idea to dye anything and everything green on March 17, here is a roundup of green foods that prove ... it's not.
Scientists have warned that using green food coloring in festive drinks can have unpleasant side effects, like causing bouts of diarrhea.
These cookies from CE Food Experience look like they're past their expiration date.
Green Eggs & Ham Flatbread
I would not eat them here or there, I would not eat them anywhere. I would not eat green eggs and ham.
California Tortilla is giving out free green chips on the 17th. Thanks, but no thanks.
Even legendary Sprinkles can't make this cupcake look good.
Krispy Kreme may be one of the tastiest doughnuts out there, but there's something unappetizing about green dough.
These eclair look-a-likes from The Sweet Bar Bakery Georgia are not getting any help from the green cream oozing from the inside.
Sorry Bruegger's Bagels, but green dough looks way too much like mold.
The yuck factor of these green sausages by SuperValu needs no explanation.
BONUS: Green chicken nuggets from NYC's The Nugget Spot.