If you are looking for a cozy St. Pat’s Day at home, try the rich tradition of Irish and Irish-American recipes that make this a great “stay home and cook” holiday… no food coloring necessary.
St. Patrick's Day
So maybe this isn’t exactly the original recipe, which didn’t used chocolate shavings but hey, everything is better with chocolate so close enough. And have you truly had coffee until you’ve spiked it with warm whiskey? If the caffeine in it doesn’t give you a kick, the whiskey sure will.
Since the 18th Century, the shamrock has been used as the symbol of Ireland, making this dish the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. But instead of suggesting that you eat an actual shamrock, we’re offering this super simple, super tasty recipe that just looks one instead. So grab a few eggs and get crackin’!
Beer and cheese are some of our favorite foods, so imagine our delight when we learned that combining the two makes some of the best dip ever. Pair your favorite Irish dry stout with a few different types of cheeses for an easy appetizer, game day dip, or just a perfectly cheesy snack. Get the recipe after the jump!
What’s creamy and minty and green all over? A St. Patrick’s Day-inspired smoothie! Have one for breakfast or as an on-the-go snack this St. Paddy’s Day. Learn how to make your own after the cut, featuring our recipe and video.