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Homemade Irish Soda Bread on a cutting board or pizza peel



St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner, which means it’s time to brush up on your favorite Irish meals and practice those recipes! Celebrate the luck of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day with one of these five yummy Irish recipes, and your guests will be raving long after the party.

Irish Soda Bread

No St. Patrick’s Day party is complete without some Irish Soda Bread. This incredibly easy bread recipe does not require any previous bread-making skills. It’s a quick bread that does not require any yeast, and simply rises from baking soda and buttermilk. Dense and soft with a delicious crusty exterior, you’ll love this Irish Soda Bread.

Corned Beef & Cabbage

The quintessential St. Paddy's Day meal, corned beef and cabbage is that delicious meal you can set, and forget! Made in the crockpot, the corned beef becomes tender as it’s cooked alongside cabbage, carrots, and potatoes. It’s effortless. It’s delicious. And it screams St. Patrick’s Day.

Guinness Brownies

Calling all beer and chocolate lovers, this one’s for you. Guinness stout is a dark beer that is very popular in Ireland, and it happens to have notes of coffee and caramel, which pair perfectly with chocolate. These Guinness brownies are fudgy, cakey, and insanely chocolatey. It’s the perfect dessert recipe to accompany an Irish spread.

Classic Irish Coffee

It’s an iconic cocktail, and for good reason. The Irish coffee is pretty simple to make, and requires only four common ingredients: a smooth Irish whiskey, rich black coffee, a sweetener like brown sugar, and cream. The biggest tip? Make sure your cup of coffee is strong, rich, and tasty. 

Irish Potato Cakes

These Irish Potato Cakes are the kind of recipe you’ll learn to love, because they use up leftovers … mashed potatoes to be exact! These little cakes are so versatile, you can serve them as an appetizer, dipped in a stew, or served as a side for lunch. The recipe calls for just four ingredients and 30 minutes of your time, so add this one to your party list.

Throw on your green apron and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by cooking up some of these awesome Irish recipes. For more ways to celebrate, check out our blog.


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