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St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

We will take any excuse to drink great beer and eat good food.

By: Frances Lopez
Tags: recipes, party menu, special event

Why should you have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Go ahead and rock out with your green attire and shamrocks. I’m here to provide you with some pot of gold recipes that will bring out the Irish in you.

Guinness Corned Beef with Cabbage

What’s St. Patrick’s Day without corned beef? Here is a recipe shared via Steamy Kitchen that you can cook on a stove, oven, or slow cooker.

Guinness Corned Beef with Cabbage


Colcannon

Colcannon is the Irish’s version of mashed potatoes consisting of mashed potatoes and cabbage. Get this easy to follow recipe from Bon Appetit.

Colcannon


Walnut Irish Soda Bread

Let’s not forget the Irish soda bread. Here is a sweet twist to the traditional recipe shared via Unsophistacook.

Walnut Irish Soda Bread


Beer-Battered Broccoli

I hate to be the one to tell you to eat your vegetables but maybe you’ll enjoy broccoli a little more with this beer-battered broccoli recipe shared via Food Network.

Beer-Battered Broccoli


Bailey's Chocolate Chip Dip

Don’t forget to add some sweets on your menu like this sweet and creamy Bailey’s Chocolate Chip Dip shared by Lemon Tree Dwelling.

Bailey's Chocolate Chip Dip


If you weren’t hungry before you started reading this, I’m sure you’re hungry now. May the luck of the Irish be in your favor and your belly be filled with delicious eats this year.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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