Tailor this quintessential Irish side to your liking by subbing out raisins for nuts, or leaving them out altogether.
You don't even need a special pan to bake these beauties — just use aluminum foil and a basic muffin tin to make three and four leaf clovers.
So it's not exactly authentic, but this meal has become part of the American tradition on St. Paddy's Day because, well, it's delicious.
There might be sheep at the end of this rainbow but rumor has it that there's a pot of gold waiting at the real one.
Take advantage of the final days of winter (wishful thinking!) with this warm and cozy meat pie.
Taste the rainbow — literally — with this easy-to-make (and easy-to-eat) treat.
Actual potatoes instead of potato chips? Don't mind if we do!
Don't put your heart-shaped cookie cutters away just yet: You can use them to make this adorable shamrock-shaped soda bread.
Mint and chocolate are the ultimate power duo — besides for corned beef and cabbage, of course.
Whether you're making shepherd's pie or just want a classic side dish, follow this video to make the fluffiest mashed potatoes yet.
Salted caramel gelato meets coffee, whiskey, and Thin Mints in this Irish coffee, which might as well be called "happiness in a cup."
All you need to make these breadsticks is beer, butter, and flour — all things that are probably waiting in your pantry right now.
Where there's booze, there should be sliders. Always. Oh, and Guinness mustard.
Mix Lucky Charms cereal in this cookie dough, so they can be magically delicious through and through.
Pair this rich, delicious stew with a bottle of Guinness for the ultimate comfort meal.
You better believe there's Bailey's chocolate ganache in these sandwich cookies.
These cheesy, doughy snack is the best thing to ever happen to your skillet. And it might also be the best way to soak up all the alcohol you're drinking on March 17.
Stick leftover slices of corned beef between this flavor-packed bread for a sandwich of dreams.
Flavored with kale or cabbage, this classic dish is a staple at Irish festivals and even to celebrate it.
If you like your soda bread on the sweet side, this one's for you. We're already dreaming of using the leftovers for French toast.
Stuff the holiday's traditional flavors into an egg roll, dip them in some , and call it a day.
When you add whole grains, it means you can eat the whole loaf right?
Honestly, is there anything more Instagram worthy than this festive layer cake? The answer is no.
There's more to beer on St. Patrick's Day than turning it green. Take these cupcakes, for example — you can have your beer and eat it too.
It doesn't get more Irish than this Guinness-and-Irish-cheddar dish.
St. Patrick's Day fare isn't usually kind to those with a gluten intolerance. But since you're the best, whip up this meat-loaded shepherd's pie for your GF friends and family.
Serve up this stew for a hearty dinner brimming with Irish flavors.
Irish flavors get a French twist in these crunchy, cream-filled bites.