5 Recipes To Get You In The St Patty's Day Spirit At Home

There may have been a lack of St. Patrick's Day parades this year, but don’t let that stop your holiday spirit!

Here are 5 easy recipes to help you bring the green celebration into your home.

So cue up Dropkick Murphy's and let's get cooking!

1. Irish Soda Bread

Whether it be toasted with butter and jam or dipped in your favorite stew, Irish soda bread is a must for St. Patrick's Day.

The bread's mild flavor and fluffy texture makes it a perfect pair with jam, jelly, nut spreads, and everything in between. While traditional soda bread is made with raisins, you could always switch it up and add craisins, dried blueberries, or chocolate chips for a sweeter flavor.

See our favorite recipe here!

2. Green Eggs and Corned Beef Hash

Have more left over corned beef than you know what to do with? Make it into a delish breakfast your kids will love!

Hash is a great way to use up leftovers; here is one of our favorite recipes. Green eggs is a great way to get your kids to eat some veggies. Just blend up your eggs with some baby spinach, before cooking in your pan.

See the full recipe here.

3. Guinness Beef Stew

Can we really celebrate St. Patrick's Day without a bit of Guinness?

This Slow cooker recipe is a great way to make a hardy dinner without taking up your whole day. It would pair well with some Irish soda bread!

Not a drinker? Not a problem! Even if you leave the Guinness out and you'll still have a delicious stew.

4. Mint Shake

Skip the drive through and break out the blender!

This at home swap from the festive shamrock shake is a fun and simple dessert you can enjoy after all that corned beef and cabbage.

Check out the recipe here.

5. Chocolate Guinness Stout Cake with Irish Buttercream Frosting

Craving a dessert with a more of an adult twist? End your St. Patricks day with a slice of this rich Guinness chocolate cake and fluffy irish buttercream frosting.

This rich cake would pair great with a post-dinner coffee. Recipe would also work as cupcakes for a bit sized treat.

See the full recipe here!

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