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15 St. Patrick’s Day-Inspired Recipes to Make us Wish it Came More than Once a Year

15 St. Patrick’s Day-Inspired Recipes to Make us Wish it Came More than Once a Year

From traditional Irish recipes to the super inauthentic, but still delicious, American versions with beer stirred in, check out these yummy St. Patrick’s Day-inspired recipes.

Colcannon Potatoes
A hearty winter dish, make Irish colcannon potatoes loaded with cabbage, bacon, and the best butter and cream you can find. See the recipe here.

Beer Cheese Macaroni
Don’t just drink beer. Eat it too. See the recipe here.

This is the Northern Ireland version of colcannon. Rather than cabbage or kale, these creamy potatoes are mixed with green onions or scallions. Try this recipe.

Potato and Apple Pudding Bake
For your St. Patrick’s Day-inspired menu, put potatoes in everything, even dessert. The dough for the crust of this pie-like sweet is made of mashed potatoes that are mixed with milk and flour. Fresh apples are sweetened, spiced and layered inside to create a simple dessert. See the recipe here.

Corned Beef Eggs Benedict
With the same flavors as a Reuben sandwich, this combo is sure to be a brunch hit. See the recipe here.

Irish Soda Bread
Perfect with tea. Or beer. See the recipe here.

Irish Coffee
Flavorful, comforting and for adults only. See the recipe here.

Corned Beef and Shrimp Grits with Caraway Havarti
This time, top your creamy caraway grits are with marinated shrimp and comforting corned beef. See the recipe here.

Stout Beer Brownies with Ganache
Check out these stout beer brownies with a seriously decedent Irish cream ganache. See the recipe here.

Irish Rarebit with Herbed Havarti
Celebrate St. Patrick’s day with a simple Irish cheese toast, but with a twist of creamy, spiced Havarti cheese. See the recipe here.

See Also

St. Patrick’s Day Stew with Porter and Quince
This stew takes hours to cook, so you can leave it on low heat while you are enjoying the St. Paddy day parade or the pub with friends, and it will be ready when you come home. See the recipe here.

Corned Beef Breakfast Sandwich
Whether you’re looking to use up some corned beef leftovers or just looking for a delicious new way to start the day, check out this hearty corned beef breakfast sandwich topped with an egg and sauerkraut. See the recipe here.

Irish Potato and Corned Beef Chowder
Creamy Potato and Corned Beef Chowder will transform your corned beef leftovers into an delicious and hearty comfort food dinner. See the recipe here.

Spring Whiskey Sour
Spring is right around the corner. Refresh your cocktail game with this berry and lemon-filled Irish whiskey sour. See the recipe here.

Chocolate Stout Bundt Cake
A rich, moist chocolate stout bundt cake topped with a creamy chocolate stout ganache. See the recipe here.

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  • This is a beautiful post full of gorgeous recipes. However, I must tell you that “corned beef” is not Irish. It’s an American thing and not something the Irish eat often at all, let alone for St. Patrick’s Day.

    • We know! Hence the “super inauthentic” disclaimer at the top =] But corned beef IS delicious and we love to eat it anytime of the year. Have a great St. Patrick’s Day!

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