We’re all about any holiday that allows us to eat, drink, and be merry, so it’s no surprise so many of us love St. Patrick’s Day.
For one day out of the year, we can pretend we’re Irish, while frequenting the pubs and practicing our Irish accents (they sound better the more drinks we’ve had), all the while parading our best shade of green.
Last year—in fact one year ago to the day—I posted this round-up of 20 Stout recipes, plus this killer recipe for Chocolate Stout Brownies. So this year, I figured we should round out the round-up with a collection of savory, sweet and a few liquored-up recipes to get us in the mood to tip our hats to the top o’ the mornin’.
From Irish potato pancakes, to brown bread and whiskey ice cream, consider yourself covered in a delicious touch o’ the Irish St. Paddy’s Day.
Traditional Irish Fare
The leprechauns can have their gold, we’d rather have these recipes, which are so delectable they have us doing a little jig.
Irish Brown Bread from Farmette
Colcannon from The Parsley Thief
Spotted Dog from Farmette
Boxty with Bacon and Scallions from Edible Ireland
Shepherd’s Pie from Sips and Spoonfuls
Corned Beef and Cabbage from The Parley Thief
Brown Butter Soda Bread with Honey-Cinnamon Butter from Recipe Girl
Irish Potato Pie from A Spicy Perspective
Irish Whiskey and Cream Desserts
Not to sound like alcoholics, but we jump at the chance to slip some booze into our baked goods, and Irish whiskey and cream complement these treats without being overpowering (or making your head hurt the next morning). Let’s all drink to that!
Baileys Cheesecake from Katie at the Kitchen Door
Bailey’s Salted Caramel Chocolate Pie from She Wears Many Hats
Brown Bread and Irish Whiskey Ice Cream from Farmette
Irish Whiskey and Stout Chocolate Cake from The Little Epicurean
Baileys Irish Cream and Pistachio Fudge by Eat Good 4 Life
Don’t Pinch Me! Green Recipes
We can’t exactly say that these recipes will save you from getting pinched, but they should. These festive emerald-hued dishes are perfect for Saint Paddy’s Day, or any day really, and are a good way to get some greens (sans icky food coloring).
Chilled Avocado Soup from Green Kitchen Stories
Thai Green Curry with Sugar Snaps, Asparagus & Broccolini from Fuss Free Cooking
Green Apple Ginger Martini from Gourmande in the Kitchen
Supergreens Pesto from The Fresh Method
Basil Oil from Island Vittles
Stinging Nettle & Homemade Ricotta Ravioli from Local Milk
Zucchini Soup with Thyme Croutons from Swiss Miss in the Kitchen
Big Green Breakfast Bowl from Wholehearted Eats
Creamy Greens & Coconut Linguini from Foodess
Thai-Inspired Fresh Pea Soup from Jilly Inspired
Guinness is good for you. Whether it’s to heighten the chocolate in a cake, or to add richness to a stew, we’re big fans of cooking with this creamy Irish stout. That doesn’t mean we won’t still have a pint while we do so.
Irish Stew from Citrus and Candy
Guinness Beer Battered Cod and Chips from A Beautiful Bite
Beef and Guinness Pies from Food on Paper
Guinness Pretzel Truffles from Sprinkle Bakes
Baked Guinness Donuts & Irish Cream Glaze from Wonky Wonderful
Guinness Braised Short Rib Tacos with Guinness Braised Cabbage from Mountain Mama Cooks
Mini Guinness Chocolate Floats from Jelly Toast
Guinness Chocolate Pie with Pretzel Crust from Sprinkle Bakes
Guinness Ice Cream with Chocolate Covered Toffee Bits from The Galley Gourmet
Mini Layered Guinness Cake with Irish Cream Ganache Frosting from Chocolate Moosey
For a few more St. Patrick’s Day recipe—and other—ideas, check out these food bloggers’ round-ups:
Happy green on ‘ya!
This recipe round-up was lovingly curated and created by FoodieCrush contributor Hayley Teater
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