St. Patrick’s Day is this weekend, and all of us in the RecipeChatter.com family are really excited for the tasty foods that come with the spring holiday. We’re rounding up some of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day recipes in a Shamrock Recipe Shuffle!
We’ve pulled some of our best St. Patrick’s Day recipes for you to try this weekend, including St. Patrick’s Day appetizer recipes, St. Patrick’s Day main dish recipes, St. Patrick’s Day desserts, and more. Get ready for some green foods…and foods from across the rainbow!
St. Patrick’s Day Appetizer Recipes
Start off your St. Patrick’s Day meal with delicious St. Patrick’s Day appetizer recipes. We’ve got some tasty choices, including soups from AllFreeSlowCookRecipes.com and RecipeLion.com.
If you want to soup using your slow cooker, AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes’ Loaded Potato Soup (left) is a tasty slow cooker soup recipe. It serves 8, so if you’re having friends and family over for St. Patrick’s Day, this soup will feed a crowd.
Or, try Creamy Irish Potato Soup from RecipeLion (right). This warm and creamy soup only takes 25 minutes to cook, so you can whip it up before dinner.
St. Patrick’s Day Recipes for Main Dishes
Whether you’re looking to make traditional corned beef, or want an Irish stew, we have a variety of Irish recipes for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
One of the best ways to cooked corned beef is in your slow cooker because the meat comes out tender, juicy and packed with flavor. You can’t go wrong with AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes’ All Day Corned Beef, Cabbage, and Potatoes (left), or our Slow Cooker Beer Corned Beef and Cabbage(center). Both slow cooker corned beef recipes are fantastic. You can also make a hearty stew, with RecipeLion’s recipe for Easy Irish Stew (right). This slow cooker stew recipe includes beef, chunky potatoes and other vegetables.
St. Patrick’s Day Recipes for Side Dishes
Both of these potato recipes are slow cooker side dish recipes. Try Slow Cooker Irish Potatoes (left), for an Irish-inspired dish. These potatoes are made with a variety of fresh herbs and lemon. Or, combine cabbage and potatoes for a hearty side with AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes’ Roasted Cabbage and Potatoes recipe (right).
St. Paddy’s Day Desserts from MrFood.com
- Leprechaun Bites (far left)
- Irish Potato Candy (center left)
- Shamrock Shortbread (center right)
- Irish Cream Cake (far right)
More St. Paddy’s Day Desserts
We have more tasty dessert options, including Layered Jello Shamrocks from FaveGlutenFreeRecipes.com, as well as Rock and Roll Shamrock Cookies from our craft sister site, AllFreeHolidayCrafts.com. For something a little more traditional, check out these Irish Cream Brownies with Heath from AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes.
Recipes for Corned Beef Leftovers
If you find yourself with lots of leftover corned beef after St. Patrick’s Day, we’ve got some great suggestions of how you can use up that corned beef!
Use up your corned beef by making a casserole. AllFreeCasseroleRecipes.com has a couple of suggestions you’ll love, including a Skillet Corned Beef Hash Recipe (left), and an Irish Corned Beef and Potato Casserole (center). For traditional British fare, try Mr. Food’s Bubble and Squeak (right).
Have a happy St. Patrick’s Day!
What’s your favorite food to eat on St. Patrick’s Day?