St. Patrick’s Day is a week from today! It’s a fun occasion when just about everyone you know will proclaim to either actually being Irish, or wishing they were Irish. Did I mention my maiden surname is Kelly, so I am not fibbing when I tell you my Irish roots run deep!
I have a few “Irish” themed recipes of my own, plus I canvassed my blogging friends and asked them if I could share some of their St. Patrick’s Day recipes too.
Together we have come up with is a fabulous round-up of 27 amazing St.Patrick’s Day recipes. There is definitely something for everyone in this compilation!
Easy Dairy-Free Shamrock Shake – The Inspired Home
Irish Coffee – Older Mommy Still Yummy
Lime Shamrock Punch – Tales of a Ranting Ginger
Lucky Green Mint Milkshake – 5 Minutes for Mom
Irish Soda Bread – Everything Unscripted
Irish Soda Bread – Frugal Mom eh!
Traditional Irish Soda Bread Recipe and History – 5 Minutes for Mom
Spinach Blueberry Leprechuan Muffins – Merry About Town
St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Pot O’Golds – Product Junkie
Beef and Guinness Hand Pies – Frugal Mom eh!
Pesto Quinoa – The Inspired Home
Andes Mint Chocolate Cupcakes – Shannon’s View From Here
Baileys Ice Cream with Guinness Chocolate Ripple – Life Love Liz
Buttercream Icing Transfer – Tales of Mommyhood
Chocolate Dipped Mint Oreos – Life Love Liz
Chocolate Guinness Baked Donuts with Baileys Glaze – Life Love Liz
Chocolate Mint Whoopie Pies – The Inspired Home
Creme de Menthe Cheesecake Cup Recipe – Country Fit Family
Gluten-Free Mint Nanaimo Bars – The Inspired Home
Green Velvet Cupcakes With Baileys Cream Cheese Frosting – Life Love Liz
Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes – Frugal Mom eh!
Lucky Leprechaun Lime Cake – Tales of a Ranting Ginger
Lucky Shamrock Squares – Yee Wittle Things
Mint Oreo Cookie Bark – Frugal Mom eh!
Rainbow Bark with Pretzels – Life Love Liz
St. Patricks Day Cupcakes: Rainbow Pot of Gold – The Inspired Home
St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Hats –
Whether you drink green beer, eat corned beef or have Irish ancestors isn’t nearly as important as getting out and enjoying the day and celebrating a little Irish culture.
Apparently, the Irish have a toast that I find most appropriate this time of the year:
“If you’re enough lucky to be Irish…you’re lucky enough.”
Do you have plans for St. Patrick’s Day? Is there anything traditional that you usually do on St. Patrick’s Day?