Source: Steamy Kitchen “Guinness Corned Beef with Cabbage”

It’s time to start getting ready for yet another late night of bar hopping! You’ll wear green literally all over, eat everything that is colored green for just one day, and chug drinks that are green, so much so that you can’t look at green for months. We may be exaggerating, but we have 17 St. Paddy’s Day recipes that will raise all your friends and family’s spirit for the Irish and everything green. It’ll definitely be your pot of gold.


Source: Not Without Salt

Source: Not Without Salt

This Bailey’s Irish Coffee recipe will give you the caffeine you need to start your St. Patrick’s Day festivities! It’ll power you to go from bar to bar until you crash on your bed at night, wondering where you got that giant leprechaun hat.

And what’s better than whiskey? More whiskey! The Token Irishman from Drago Centro’s Michael Shearin mixes some Jameson with mint to make a green cocktail full of fun.

What do you get when you mix mint chocolate chip ice cream with green crème de menthe liquor? The Shamrock Shake. (We can’t wait to get our hands on these for St. Patrick’s Day!)


Source: Hoosier Homemade

Source: Hoosier Homemade

This “Luck of the Irish Party Mix” we found is perfect for any of your St. Patrick’s Day parties! You can add whatever green things you have, but preferably junk food. The greener, the better!

Why not add a traditional touch to your party? You can start off with this Irish Soda Bread recipe by The Londoner. Even though this recipe is not green on the outside, it has an overwhelming green spirit, bringing St. Patrick’s Day back to its roots.

This next recipe is a twist on your regular chips and dip, St. Paddy’s Day style. These Shamrock Chips with Pot O Gold Dip from How Does She? will make your friends feel extra lucky that they are spending the night of beer drinking with you.

You’re about to embark on a St. Paddy’s Day mission, bracing the cold as you search for more beer and crazy green things to wear. So why not include some Irish Potato Soup from Laughing Lindsay to keep you warm?




Start your St. Patrick’s Day dinner off the right way, with some Green Mac and Cheese! And really. Who doesn’t love mac and cheese?

Make sure to stack up on those pasta carbs to keep you going throughout the night! But make sure to keep it green with this Pea Pesto recipe from About a Mom!

If you want your dinner to take more of a traditional route, go for Steamy Kitchen’s Guinness Corned Beef with Cabbage. We’re sure this recipe will make you feel like a real Irishman for the night.

And for a twist on tradition, try the Irish dinner on a pizza with Seeded At The Table’s Corned Beef and Cabbage! Everything tastes better in pizza form.


Source: Whiskey Bacom

Source: Whiskey Bacom

For every St. Paddy’s Day breakfast as a kid, we opened a new box of Lucky Charms, but of course, we would only eat the rainbow and pot of gold marshmallows. So we’re going to keep up with the Lucky Charms tradition with some Lucky Charms Cupcakes from Cupcake Project! They’re magically delicious!

Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate! Who doesn’t love chocolate? This Hershey’s Double Chocolate Mint Dessert from Life as Leels is the best chocolate for any St. Patrick’s Day party.

It’s time to get out the Guinness again! We’re obviously finding ways to make your St. Paddy’s Day a little more…festive. And what better way to make your dessert so much better than to top off some cupcakes with green whiskey buttercream frosting with Whiskey Bacon’s Irish Cupcake Stout n’ Shot RecipeYou can add this to your Lucky Charm Cupcakes too! We’re bringing green St. Paddy’s Day pride to a whole new level.

And because no one can ever get enough whiskey, we found an Irish Whiskey Ice Cream recipe from Farmette. That’s right, whiskey ice cream. We were are shocked and excited as you are.

This Bailey’s Irish Cream Fruit Dip from is the perfect way to try and be healthy on St. Paddy’s Day. But looking at the list we made, that’s probably not going to work out. So you should make this dessert for the extra Bailey’s. We started with the Bailey’s. And we’re ending with the Bailey’s.


Source: Crazy Frankenstein

Source: Crazy Frankenstein

We’re pretty sure this last part doesn’t need any explanation. So stock up on the Guinness!


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