21 Easy St Patrick’s Day Irish Recipes For Celebrating Holidays!

St. Patrick’s Day is finally here — which means it’s time to cook up a delicious Irish feast! Sure, any green food can pass as festive on March 17, but how could a St. Paddy’s celebration be complete without some tasty Irish-inspired meals? Luckily, if you’re craving a taste of the Emerald Isle, these St Patrick’s Day Irish recipes are as satisfying as they are festive — and best of all, they might just bring you the luck of the Irish. 


21. Irish Colcannon Mac and Cheese

Irish Colcannon Mac and Cheese

Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish that is most commonly made with mashed potatoes, cabbage or kale, scallions and of course bacon. We’re going to start by making the colcannon base first. Dice the bacon and cook it in a pot until crispy. Transfer to a plate, lined with paper towels to catch the excess grease. Let’s talk about cheese for a second, which is hard for me to do when potatoes are involved, but cheese, cheese is just as important. I’ve partnered with Wisconsin Cheese and used three of their delicious cheeses. 
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20. St. Patrick’s Day Irish Beer Cheese Soup Recipe

St. Patrick's Day Irish Beer Cheese Soup Recipe

With St. Patrick’s Day approaching. I’ve been thinking about ways to integrate the holiday into a delicious soup and today does just that. Irish Beer Cheese Soup ~ Irish beer and Irish sharp cheddar cheese come together in this delicious creamy cold-weather soup and St Patrick’s Day Irish recipes! Irish Beer Cheese Soup ~ if you’ve never had, you’re in for a treat.  I recently had some cheddar beer soup from my grocery and man, was it good.  With St. Pat’s Day or st paddy day or st patrick s day coming up and all things Irish in the air, I decided to tweak that midwestern version by using some Irish beer and Irish cheese. Also, you can make many other foods or soup-like or side dishes Irish stew, Irish soda bread, irish coffee, Irish potato, instant pot corned beef and cabbage, Irish American recipes or so non.
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19. Irish Soda Bread Muffins with Cheddar and Jalapenos

Irish Soda Bread Muffins with Cheddar and Jalapenos

I transformed the traditional Irish Soda Bread recipe into smaller muffins and added a Texas twist with cheddar and Jalapenos. WithPatrick’s Day around the corner, everyone pulls out their Irish recipes. Yes. I know. These are not traditional Irish Soda Bread. However, these Irish Soda Bread Muffins with Cheddar and Jalapenos are so good that I will take my chances. If any of those Irish live in Texas then I think they will love the Texas spin that I put on these Irish Soda Bread Muffins.
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18. St. Patrick’s Day Snack Board

Patrick's Day Snack Board

With the rise in popularity of the charcuterie board… and the rise in population at my house (LOL), snack dinners have become something of a favorite in our home. I absolutely love cooking but oohh, when it’s snack night, I love that too and so do my girls. I keep my fridge and pantry stocked with healthy grab-and-go type snacks regularly anyway, so whipping up a cute snack board usually takes me about 15 minutes.
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17. Irish Apple Cake with Custard Sauce

Apple Cake with Custard Sauce

Irish Apple Cake with Custard Sauce – traditional recipe with video instructions. I always thought that apples and cinnamon are a match made in heaven. Irish traditionally do not put cinnamon in apple desserts. Instead, they use nutmeg and cloves. This time I did it their way, but next time I think I would add a dash of cinnamon, nevertheless. I am sure you will love these Irish recipes a lot. 
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16. Guinness Glazed Meatballs

Guinness Glazed Meatballs

Guinness Glazed Meatballs are the ultimate St. Patrick’s Day appetizers. These easy homemade meatballs are infused with Guinness beer and smothered in a sweet and savoury Guinness BBQ sauce. They make the perfect party appetizer, or you can serve them over mashed potatoes for a delicious St. Paddy’s Day dinner. Whether you’re hosting a party or just planning an Irish-inspired meal at home, these types of St Patrick’s Day Irish recipes are for you!
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15. St Patrick’s Day Green Dublin Cocktail

St Patrick's Day Green Dublin Cocktail

This St Patrick’s Day Green Dublin Cocktail is festive, fun, and green (of course!). Made with Irish whiskey, cranberry juice, and green apple schnapps, this is the only cocktail you need for your St Patrick’s Day celebrations. St Patrick’s Day is a day all around the world where people are eating green food, drinking green beer, and even the Chicago River is dyed a pretty shade of clover green. All for the fun holiday recipes. 
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14. Grandma’s Irish Soda Bread

Grandma’s Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread is a quick bread that does not require any yeast. Instead, all of its leavening comes from baking soda and buttermilk. This Irish soda bread recipe is my grandmother’s and has been cherished in my family for years. It’s dense, yet soft and has the most incredible crusty exterior. Buttermilk and cold butter are the secrets to its delicious success! 
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13. Puff Pastry Pesto Shamrocks

Puff Pastry Pesto Shamrocks

It’s said that everyone is a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! These Puff Pastry Shamrocks are a fun little appetizer to help you celebrate. The method for making these Puff Pastry Pesto Shamrocks was in the March issue of Food Network Magazine and required only three ingredients: puff pastry, pesto, and an egg. Roll out a sheet of thawed puff pastry into a 12 x 14-inch rectangle on a floured surface and cut a 1/2-inch strip from one long side, which you’ll use to form your shamrock stems.
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12. Irish Pub Cheese Recipe (Beer Cheese Dip)

Irish Pub Cheese Recipe (Beer Cheese Dip)

Irish Pub Cheese Recipe (Beer Cheese Dip) – Silky smooth and loaded with Irish cheddar and beer flavor. This Pub Cheese Recipe makes a fabulous snack for Saint Patrick’s Day. These are all appetizers found in casual eateries, containing a crock of creamy spreadable cheese with a distinct flavor, and something crunchy to spread it on. Pub cheese is completely smooth and very bold in flavor. It’s amazingly spread on crackers, pita chips, even apple slices.
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11. Irish Egg Rolls with Parsley Cream Sauce

Irish Egg Rolls with Parsley Cream Sauce

I love St. Patrick’s Day food and these Irish Egg Rolls are easy St Patrick’s Day Irish recipes (or meals!) full of tender corned beef and thinly sliced cabbage wrapped in a crispy egg roll wrapper. Corned beef and cabbage egg rolls seemed kind of obvious once I thought of it. I mean egg rolls are already filled with cabbage. Why not sub out the usual shrimp or pork and add corned beef instead? The combination is a delicious way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
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10. Guinness Chocolate Cupcakes

Guinness Chocolate Cupcakes

With St. Patrick’s Day on the horizon, I thought these Guinness Chocolate Cupcakes with Irish Whiskey Frosting drizzled with a caramel made from Bailey’s Irish Cream would be the perfect sweet for an Irish get together. The delicious chocolate cake with chocolate frosting magically turned into cupcakes with an Irish Whiskey frosting and I thought it was perfect if finished with a drizzle of  Bailey’s Irish Cream Salted Caramel. 
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9. Irish Apple Amber

Irish Apple Amber

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this authentic Irish Apple Amber! It’s a traditional dessert in Ireland, made with shredded apples cradled in a buttery crust and topped with airy Meringue. I thought it sounded really unique and delicious, so I put my own spin on it. This version has LOTS of sweet apples, a buttery pastry crust, and a generous cloud of airy meringue. I loved it and I think you will too! It looks a lot like lemon meringue pie but it’s got a flavor all its own. 
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8. No Bake Banoffee Pie

No Bake Banoffee Pie

Banoffee pie is a delicious banana, caramel, and cream pie with a biscuit or cracker crumb base. This cake is not a banana cream pie, the most popular American banana pie. It boasts distinct layers of sliced bananas and caramel topped with cream. This sweet toffee filling is distinctly different from the pudding layer of a banana cream pie. Kudos to the creators of this mouth-watering banoffee title, we now associate with this ever so sweet and delicious cake.
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7. St. Patrick’s Day Deviled Eggs

 St. Patrick's Day Deviled Eggs

Saint Patrick’s Day is just a few days away and whether you are throwing a party or just want to do something fun at home, these St. Patrick’s Day Deviled Eggs are a fun treat! The girls and I had a ball this morning making – and then quickly eating – all of them. I love these Irish recipes and I am pretty sure you are gonna love them too. 
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6. Cheesy Irish Sliders

Cheesy Irish Sliders

Cheesy Irish Sliders are made with corned beef or pastrami, Dubliner Irish cheese, and delicious sweet mustard on Aloha Rolls! Friends, happy March 5th and the month to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! I have quite a few tasty Irish dishes on my blog, like this Cheesy Irish Sliders recipe, so you can always use the “search” feature (top-right magnifying glass). Just put in the keyword you are looking for. For instance, if you are looking for “Irish sliders,” this Trader Joe’s Cheesy Irish Sliders recipe will come up, or this Hot Pastrami Sliders recipe will come up! Easy! 
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5. Irish Potato Bites

Irish Potato Bites

Irish Potato Bites are miniature potato skins filled with cheese and corned beef. They make a delicious appetizer recipe for St. Patrick’s Day and a great addition to any party! Irish Potato Bites are easy to make, super cute, and tasty, little bites of corned beef and potato goodness, served with cream cheese or whipped cream over the top! Just a few more days until we’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day! I’ll admit I don’t go all out for the holiday but I sure do love a few good St Patrick’s Day Irish recipes.
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4. Slow Cooker Irish Dublin Coddle

Slow Cooker Irish Dublin Coddle

This slow cooker Irish Dublin coddle can also be made in the Instant Pot. You can serve this meat, potato, and onion recipe for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. When you think of St Patrick’s Day Irish recipes, what do you think of…Corned beef & cabbage, right? I hope this recipe changes your mind. I discovered Irish Dublin Coddle years ago and I have been hooked ever since. Coddle is an Irish comfort dish that usually consists of sausages, bacon, potatoes, onion, salt, pepper, and herbs. It is cost-effective, quick, and easy. 
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3. Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls

Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls

These Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls bring all the fixings of a Corned Beef Dinner into cute little bundles. They’re a great way to use up St Patrick’s Day Irish Recipes. These Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls have all the fixings of your classic corned beef and cabbage dinner rolled up into these neat little packages and then steamed/simmered to soft, tender goodness.
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2. Traditional Irish Champ

Traditional Irish Champ

Traditional Irish Champ Recipe. With only five ingredients, this authentic Irish potato recipe is both easy and tasty. You can easily feed a crowd with this traditional Irish dish. Perfect for St Patrick’s Day Irish Recipes! Irish Champ is simple Irish food made of potatoes, milk, green onions, butter, and cheese. This is similar to Colcannon which uses cabbage instead of scallions. If you can make mashed potatoes from scratch, you can make Champ. One of the things I love about comfort food recipes like this is that you can scale up or down without really using a recipe. Just cook as many potatoes as you have mouths to feed, add some dairy and onions and everybody is happy. 
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1.  Irish Sausage Rolls

 Irish Sausage Rolls

You know I’m not one of those foofoo girls that gets all into making stuff for holidays, but today I am sharing Irish recipes for delicious Irish sausage rolls, to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and in honor of a wee bit of Irish heritage from my great grandparents. St. Patrick’s Day is on Sunday this year, which means there is a little more room for celebrating since it doesn’t fall in the middle of the week. I figured you would like a yummy recipe to share with your family and friends. Irish Sausage Rolls are a fun and tasty way to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day!
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