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Featuring beer, whiskey, and lots of potatoes.
This dish is basically creamy scalloped potatoes baked into flaky puff pastry dough, and what could possibly be bad about that?
Recipe: Irish Potato Pie
Surely the best way to eat vegetables is in savory pie form.
Recipe: Irish Spinach Tarts
Carnitas get an Irish twist in this recipe: Pork shoulder is marinated in Guinness beer and rubbed with chili powder, paprika, and cinnamon.
Recipe: Guinness Braised Pork Tacos
Just dump your ingredients into the Instant Pot and let dinner cook itself in no time.
Recipe: Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage
This rich stew is so thick it almost tastes like gravy, and the beef is so tender it falls right apart. Don't let the three-hour cooking time scare you; once you put everything in the pot, just let it simmer and relax.
Recipe: Irish Beef Stew
If you're pressed for time, use a store bought horseradish sauce for dipping. The appetizer itself calls for just four ingredients: corned beef, cabbage, carrots, and egg roll wrappers.
Recipe: Irish Egg Rolls
These perfectly crispy potato pancakes come together in about 15 minutes. The best part is you probably have all the ingredients already in your kitchen.
Recipe: Irish Potato Pancakes
The secret to this recipe is the Guinness onion gravy. Serve it over mashed potatoes for a seriously comforting meal.
Recipe: Bangers and Mash With Guinness Onion Gravy
Swap the tortilla chips for baked potato disks and whip up this crowd-pleasing appetizer. Get creative and top these "nachos" with anything from cheese and chives to sour cream and bacon.
Recipe: Irish Nachos
Colcannon is basically jazzed up mashed potatoes that get a kick from cabbage, onions, scallions, and plenty of melted butter.
Recipe: Instant Pot Colcannon
Coddle is an Irish potato, sausage, and bacon stew cooked in Guinness broth. Make a big batch and save some for lazy nights.
Recipe: Dublin Coddle
These roast beef sliders are topped with swiss cheese, mushrooms, and onions, then covered with a Guinness glaze. They're the perfect dish if you're feeding a crowd.
Recipe: Guinness Beef Sliders
This addictive soup is made with Irish cheddar, cream cheese, Irish-style lager, butter, and Dijon mustard. The bread bowls aren't necessary, though they're highly encouraged.
Recipe: Beer and Cheese Soup
This recipe may seem intimidating because of the long cook time, but it's the definition of a dump dinner. Just throw the ingredients into your slow cooker and wait.
Recipe: Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage
Let's hear it for savory muffins. These guys are a little spicy, super cheesy, and perfectly doughy.
Recipe: Irish Soda Bread Muffins with Cheddar and Jalapeño
Pssst, there's Whiskey in this soup. Get the recipe.
Start a long day of St. Patty's day drinking off right with this hearty breakfast.
Recipe: Corned Beef Hash and Eggs
Baking bread from scratch doesn't have to be intimidating. This magical recipe calls for just five ingredients and comes together in about an hour.
Recipe: Beer Bread
A lightened-up version of a classic Irish recipe, this soup is loaded with vegetables. To save yourself virtually any effort, you can make it right in the slow cooker.
Recipe: Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup
Don't hold back on this homemade whiskey caramel sauce. Holidays are just an excuse to eat lots of sweets, after all.
Recipe: Irish Bread Pudding with Whiskey Caramel Sauce
When life gives you Bailey's, drink a lot of it. Then use the rest to make light and fluffy chocolate mousse.
Recipe: Bailey's Chocolate Mousse
Four ingredients can go a long way. These boozy chocolates are made with just white chocolate chips, condensed milk, pistachio nuts, and Irish cream.
Recipe: Pistachio and Irish Cream Fudge
Afraid of baking? This decadent cheesecake doesn't even require you turn on the oven. Just prepare everything and let it sit for as long as overnight in the fridge.
Recipe: No-Bake Irish Cream Cheesecake
Talk about magically delicious...
Recipe: Lucky Charm Rice Krispies
Traditional brownies get a St. Patty's Day upgrade thanks to this Irish cream frosting.
Recipe: Irish Cream Brownies
They're minty, they're chocolatey, and they're shamrock-colored. What more could you want for dessert on St. Paddy's?
Recipe: Thin Mint Cookies
These bite-sized sweets are so good, you're going to want to go back for seconds...and thirds.
Recipe: Shamrock Mint Brownie Bites
This recipe is all about the four-ingredient crumble topping, which is made with butter, flour, sugar, and cinnamon.
Recipe: Irish Apple Crumble Cake
A riff on the popular alcoholic shot, these car bomb inspired brownies are the perfect balance of rich, creamy, and airy.
Recipe: Irish Car Bomb Brownies
If you want to save time (or you're afraid of baking) feel free to start with chocolate cake mix.
Recipe: Bailey's Chocolate Poke Cake
Imagine if you crossed a savory scone with a chocolate chip muffins. The result: These slightly sweet, super buttery desserts.
Recipe: Irish Soda Bread Chocolate Chip Muffins
Dessert tastes better when it's boozy. This shots start with instant pudding and whipped cream, and they get a nice kick from creme de menthe.
Recipe: Shamrock Shake Pudding Shots
Any holiday is a good excuse for day drinking, right? Spice up your average Prosecco mimosa with some Irish whiskey and remember, you're celebrating!
Recipe: Irish Mimosas
Made with orange liqueur (such as Triple Sec), Irish whiskey, lemon and lime juice, apricot preserves, and tonic water, these cocktails are bright, citrus-packed, and refreshing.
Recipe: Sweet Whiskey Lemonade
Maybe save this cup of Joe for the afternoon because coffee gets a boozy boost from Irish whiskey.
Recipe: Iced Irish Coffee
If you're looking for a party drink that packs a punch, this big batch cocktail is perfect for you.
Recipe: St. Patrick’s Day Mojito Sherbet Punch
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