20 Recipes For Saint Patrick’s Day.
These are the best of the best St Patrick’s Day recipes from soda bread with honey butter to guinness pot pie and dark chocolate stout cake! Lots of my favorites here to give you a way to make March 17th extra fun and special.
I’ve got lots of fun St Patrick’s Day recipes for you today!
Even though my family is Irish, we never really celebrated St Patrick’s Day with a special meal when I was growing up. It wasn’t until I started developing recipes consistently that I made something “special” every March – and then when the kids came along, I really started to celebrate the day. It’s so fun to celebrate any micro holiday with them and they love it!
This year I’m considering going as far as dying the milk green and leaving some leprechaun footprints around the house.
Below you’ll find lots of my favorite snack, dinner and dessert ideas for March 17th! I love making something festive for dinner and maybe a treat that is extra fun. The kids love it too! It’s a little sliver of joy in the month of March.
Are you going to make anything? Irish cream tiramisu my guinness short ribs are on the list!
20 St Patrick’s Day Recipes
Milk Chocolate Soda Bread with Salted Honey Butter
Irish Soda Bread French Toast with Whiskey Syrup
Irish Stout Beef Stew with Herbed Dumplings
Slow Cooker Guinness Short Ribs with Cauliflower Mash
Guinness Pot Pie with Beer Bread Biscuits
Spiced Guinness Soft Pretzels with Irish Cheddar Fondue
Loaded Irish Cheddar Mashed Potato Pancakes
Kale and Smoked Cheddar Twice Baked Potatoes
Lucky Charms Rice Krispie Treats
Cereal Milk Chia Pudding with Lucky Charms Crumbs
Chocolate Bundt Cake with Irish Cream Glaze
One Bowl Whiskey Chocolate Fudge Cake
5 Comments on “20 Recipes For Saint Patrick’s Day.”
I think I’ll make your stew this year. Last year I made the Guiness short ribs and they were divine!
Hi! Quick question on the cheddar ale soup. How many servings? I want to include this for a St. Patrick’s day party and need to know if I should double. I didn’t see it in the recipe. Thank you so much!
hi! if you want to serve full dinner bowls i would say 4 to 6 servings – but if you’re going to do small appetizer bowls or shooters, i think you can definitely stretch it for 10 to 12!
Thank you so much for such a quick response. Soup looks fantastic! Have a great weekend.😊
I’ve always loved your St. Patty’s recipe (as a pre-kids non-celebrating Italian😉). I’ve made many and they’re always so fun!