No frantic Google-search needed. We have you covered from breakfast until dessert with this early spring-apropos lineup of ideas.
This is a staple of St. Patrick's Day cooking, and it's yours with our triple-tested recipe. Feel free to sub out raisins for nuts, or leave out the add-ins all together.
Actual potatoes instead of potato chips? We don't mind if we do!
Don't put your heart-shaped cookie cutters away after Valentine's Day. You can use them to make this adorable shamrock-shaped soda bread.
All you need 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 did we mention the Guinness mustard?
These cheesy, doughy snack is the best thing to ever happen to your skillet. And it might also be the best possible snack to soak up all the alcohol you're drinking on St. Paddy's Day.
A couple slices of this app alongside leftover corned beef is what St. Paddy's sandwich dreams are made of.
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.
Or you could shove those traditional flavors into an egg roll, dip them in some and call it a day.
When Irish beer bread meets soda bread and mingles with whole grains, it means you can eat the whole loaf right? Oh, and is how you should use your leftovers.
Just because it's an Irish holiday doesn't mean you can't incorporate tacos somehow.
Start your morning off right with these lucky pancakes. A cookie cutter and some food coloring makes this recipe easier than ever.
This Irish dish is a twist on classic mashed potatoes. Flavored with kale or cabbage, it's often associated with festivals in the Irish tradition, and even has a song to celebrate it.
It doesn't get more Irish than this Guinness-and-Irish-cheddar dish.
So it's not exactly authentic, but this meal has become part of the American tradition on St. Paddy's Day. Our recipe can serve eight hungry guests.
St. Patrick's Day fare isn't usually kind to those with a gluten intolerance. Whip up a little something for your GF friends and family this year and let the party begin.
Serve up this stew for a hearty dinner brimming with Irish flavors.
These cute little colcannon crocks are perfect for the kids' table — but you might want to make a few extras for the adults.
The best part about St. Paddy's is that it's smack dab in the middle of winter so you can cozy up to all the hearty stew you want. It's the ultimate hibernation fare.
You're going to want to make these mini savory pies faster than immediately. If pie crust scares you, don't let it because you can go store-bought for these.
This rich, delicious stew, slow-simmered with a bottle of Guinness is just what you need to celebrate.
Speaking of St. Paddy's sandwich goals, we present soda bread grilled cheese. With pesto, you know, for something green.
To make this sandwich extra-Irish, you could add sautéed cabbage. Of course, you have to wash it down with a pint of Guinness.
Is this a traditional Irish recipe? No. Is there Guinness involved? Yes. Is it St. Paddy's appropriate? Definitely.
Pick your poison: A boiled or baked version of this Irish classic, slathered with the most delicious honey mustard known to man.
If you're feeling really lazy, you could also just throw all those ingredients into the crockpot for soup. We won't judge.
You don't have to be a carnivore to get a piece of this comforting Irish goodness. Swapping the meat for hearty lentils and mushrooms makes it veg-friendly, but your meat-loving pals probably won't even notice.
If a potato can come fully loaded, so can a shepherd's pie. That's our motto.
Of course, you could always put your shepherd's pie inside a potato too.