Whether you share being Irish with the many others around the world or you just enjoy delicious food and a good party, we want to highlight these wonderful dishes that are inspired by a European country that’s just across the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy this mix of Traditional Irish recipes and other fun party foods turned green - Sláinte!
This is such a tantalizing meal - makes me hungry! Your meat and potatoes, loaded with flavor. This meal has everything built into it. The cabbage won’t even feel like a vegetable, you’ll enjoy every bite. Recipes, Food and Cooking will help you prepare this Irish inspired meal in your favorite Cast Iron pan.
A hearty versatile bread is great to have with your stews, meals and for breakfast! Try this Cincy Shopper recipe which shows how easy to put together this bread is using baking soda instead of yeast. Buttermilk and a few ingredients come together for a perfect round loaf. Looks delicious!
I can’t promise that this is actually an Irish tradition of coloring their waffles in rainbow colors, but it’s so fun! It’s an easy way to make a celebration out of your morning breakfast (or brinner!) and enjoy a colorful start to your day. Crafty Morning gives you the details to make this happen.
This is a traditional meal that Ireland shared with us and if you’ve never tried it, you need to! Crafty Morning put together an easy recipe for you to follow with some great options to make it even more delicious. It’s perfect to go alongside a ham and got you covered like two side dishes in one with your vegetables mixed in. Have fun trying this new dish!
This is a fun and easy way to put together a punch that’s green and festive for your St. Patrick’s Day party. Good for the kiddos or any adults that like to liven up their non-alcoholic beverages, you can follow along with Simply Made Recipes for a perfect Spritzer for your guests.
Check out this festive, fun and affordable party trick for St. Patrick’s Day! !Mrs. Happy Homemaker gives this cute idea for a serving dish idea. Pick out a 4 pointed green bell pepper to use as a dip holder. It’ll fill up with your own homemade dip or grab your favorite brand at the grocer’s to fill it with. Use it for veggies and chips.
If you don’t get into St. Patrick’s Day because you don’t love to cook or bake but DO love a good celebration, this is the dessert option for you. Pick up a package of Oreos. Melt some pre-colored melting chocolates to dip your cookie in halfway, and enjoy adding sprinkles. Crafty Morning makes it so easy but still spells it out for us! Perfect for the mom who isn’t into baking or the ultra busy woman who needs a festive contribution without much work.
I do not love beer. It’s ok on a super hot day. It’s great in Beer Bread and Beer Cheese Soup. But other than that, I enjoy grown up girl cocktails. This is one of those recipes and it’ll fit in perfectly for St. Patrick’s Day or any other celebration. Greta’s Day has the low-down on making this delicious cocktail that’s low on calories, perfect for sipping on while mingling with friends.