Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Foods

Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Foods

Bring out your green! St. Patrick’s Day—where everything is green. The event started as a religious holiday, but over time it’s become a celebration of Irish culture. Sometimes beefy and hearty, sometimes boozy, but always tasty and delicious, these St. Patrick’s Day recipes are the perfect inspiration to get you  feeling a wee bit O’ the Irish.

Bangers & Mash

A quick and easy Irish sausage with onion gravy served over mashed potatoes. Pure comfort food for Saint Patrick’s Day!

Slow Cooker Corned Beef & Cabbage

Cook it fast or cook it slow, either way this easy corned beef and cabbage creates a melts off the bone recipe.  Thanks to braising it in the Crockpot or Instant Pot with beer and vegetables for an unbelievably easy and delicious one-pot dinner.

Shepherd’s Pie

The dish originated in sheep country in the UK and Ireland and is traditionally made with lamb. However, in the States, shepherd’s pie is often made with beef (though this version is technically referred to as cottage pie).

Bailey’s Irish Cream Cheesecake

Who doesn’t love love Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur? Who isn’t crazy for cheesecake? This mouthwatering  Baileys Irish Cream Cheesecake is the bomb!  Featuring a chocolate cookie crust, creamy Baileys Irish Cream Cheesecake filling, and a thick layer of chocolate ganache. It’s the perfect St. Patrick’s Day dessert.

Lucky Charms Cupcakes

These Lucky Charms Cupcakes are made with cereal milk cupcakes, Lucky Charms marshmallow filling, Lucky Charms crumbled on top and a light swirl of cereal milk frosting! They take me back to being a kid and they are SO tasty!

The Nutty Irishman

The “nutty” in the Nutty Irishman refers to hazelnut liqueur— we like topping ours with extra crushed hazelnuts to get even nuttier!

The Infamous Green Beer

Green beer is a novelty that American drinkers have latched onto and it has quickly become the drink to have each and every St. Patrick’s Day.