St. Patrick’s Day is just a little under a month away. If you’re lucky, you’ve got your menu planned. If you’re like us, you don’t. Not to worry! Here’s twenty St. Patrick’s Day Recipes to help plan your menu.
We don’t know about you, but we could eat my weight on corned beef no matter what time of year it is. While we realize that’s not traditional Irish fare, we still enjoy the flavor. Here’s a great mix of both traditional recipes and non-traditional recipes alike for your St. Patrick’s Day menu. We hope you are inspired to up your game for American Irish holiday.
You know that ever popular shake at that ever popular restaurant? Well, this is a a better for you, actual milk shake, version of that shake. Family Around the Table shared her Lucky Leprechaun Minty Shake to serve your friends and family for St. Patrick’s Day.
Of course, you can’t mention St. Patrick’s Day recipes without Irish cream being brought up. These Chocolate Raspberry Stout Cupcakes with Irish Cream Buttercream have an interesting mix of flavors. A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures baked raspberry stout flavors into the moist cake with Irish cream is throughout the frosting.
A delicious and hearty traditional recipe is Colcannon. It’s filled with hearty potatoes, leeks, and cabbage. Colcannon Irish Potatoes is a great side dish from Whole Food Bellies to serve with your corned beef.
We love this twist on a savory sweet roll. Faith Hope Love and Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered Accomplice shared a delicious recipe for Corned Beef Pizza Swirls. They’re a deliciously different use for leftover corned beef.
Dublin Coddle is an Irish recipe that dates back to the 1700’s. It’s a hearty, comfort food recipe made with potatoes, sausage, and onions simmered in a broth; almost like a stew. The Pudge Factor served hers with an Irish soda bread for a hearty, family friendly meal.
Stout, or Guiness, is a delicious ingredient to not only drink alone, but add to recipes to make them rich and even more delicious. Pack Momma added it to her Guiness Irish Macaroni and Cheese because it pairs well with sharp Irish cheese for an ultimate comfort food recipe.
Some people might not think of lamb when they think or Ireland and St. Patrick’s Day Recipes. However, it is an ingredient that is prevalent in many traditional Irish recipes. Half Her Size made a delicious Boneless Leg of Lamb with Tarragon that was inspired by family stories and trips to the Emerald Isle.
Most don’t realize that seafood is a large part of traditional, Irish recipes. They’re an island, so why wouldn’t seafood be a huge part of their diet? Caroline’s Cooking shared a typical, Irish Fish Chowder that uses both fresh and smoked fish in a light broth.
We love Irish, steel cut oats and the porridge that is made using these hearty grains. All That Jas shared a porridge recipe that could almost be served as a dessert. Her Irish Cream Chocolate Oatmeal Porridge uses Flahavans Irish oatmeal, dark cocoa powder, and touch of honey for a family friendly breakfast recipe..
Want a different two on the traditional corned beef and cabbage? Then try these tacos from The Spiffy Cookie! We can’t believe we didn’t think of this ourselves, but the flavors of her Slow Cooker Corned Beef Tacos are a cultural fusion! Not to mention they’re topped with beer cheese sauce.
Nothing screams Irish and a traditional beef and stout pie. These individual Irish Beef and Stout Pies from Savor the Best have lean beef, mushrooms, and onions in a hearty stew like broth topped with decadent puff pastry.
You can’t talk about traditional Irish recipes without bringing up Irish Brown Bread. PicNic shared an age old family recipe from friends of the family that freezes well. It’s perfect with soup, for breakfast, or just toasted and topped with butter.
You can’t beat the flavors of a corned beef recipe. The Cookie Rookie shared a simple slow cooker recipe for the American favorite. Her Slow Cooker Corned Beef & Cabbage makes St. Patrick’s Day recipes easy and delicious.
One of the great dessert St. Patrick’s Day Recipes has rich chocolate cake and Irish cream topping. Grumpy’s Honeybunch made Chocolate Cupcakes with Bailey’s Irish Cream Frosting. She says they’re easy to bake and the frosting is out of this world!
Potato Candy is a cinnamon coated potato shaped ball of cream cheese. 4 Sons ‘R’ Us shared this recipe with her family along with some history of Ireland their history with potatoes.
Strawberry Blondie in the Kitchen whipped up some mini cakes for her family during St. Patrick’s Day. She paired Guiness with Irish cream in these decadent Chocolate Guiness Mini Cakes with Baileys Buttercream.
If you’re still looking for St. Patrick’s Day recipes, then try some of these!