These Luck of the Irish Jello shots are the perfect adult way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. With three deliciously fruity layers, these pretty Jello shots are a great alternative to serving up Irish beer or Irish car bombs at St. Patrick’s Day parties.
These St. Patrick’s Day Andes Mint Oreo chocolate cupcakes take fluffy chocolate cupcakes and dress them up for St. Patrick’s Day. Creamy, cool mint frosting tops them with festive flavor. Crushed Andes Mints and halved mint Oreos complete this fun St. Patrick’s Day dessert.
This Irish Cream bundt cake with Baileys glaze and chocolate ganache drizzle takes bundt cake and steps it up a notch. Added flavor of Baileys liqueur infuses each part of this bundt cake making this cake recipe extra special and sure to please.
This decadent Jameson Irish whiskey bread pudding is a decadent yet easy breakfast or brunch. Buttery croissants laced with Jameson Irish whiskey make the base of this deliciously sweet breakfast casserole. A rich homemade caramel sauce tops it off and makes this a breakfast or brunch dish to remember.
Making rich chocolate truffles at home is so doable with this Bailey’s Irish Cream chocolate truffle recipe. Decadent Bailey’s Irish Cream chocolate truffles put a fun adult spin on chocolate truffles. This chocolate truffle recipe packs this candy with loads of flavor with notes of coffee and the Irish cream liqueur.
Guinness bacon Irish cheddar cheeseburgers are the perfect burger for St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Infusing the burger patties with Guinness and topping them with slightly sweet Irish cheddar and salty, smoky bacon make these burgers next level good.
Corned beef & cabbage are an essential St. Patrick’s Day flavor combination. These quick & easy Irish Corned Beef & Cabbage Deviled Eggs are a fun, and totally tasty, way to embrace the classic while creating a creamy, delicious new tradition the whole family will enjoy as a snack, appetizer or as part of lunch or dinner.
The Irish love their sports and their holidays, and if it’s one thing they know- it’s how to celebrate with good food. You’re going to want these quick and easy, totally delectable Irish Pub Nachos at your next party.
Yesterday was another successful Saint Patrick’s Day in our house. Sons # 3 & 4 tried in vain, once again, to catch the leprechaun who left them some golden coins, right under their noses, without them noticing. Dinner featured several traditional Irish flavors, as well as some more ‘unique’ St. Paddy’s Day fare. Over the next 3 days I will be sharing the recipes we enjoyed. This Irish stew was a fun, festive way to celebrate the day and all it’s Irish glory. The stout adds the perfect finishing touch to what otherwise, would be a more traditional beef stew. Pair this with a freshly baked loaf of Irish Soda Bread (recipe coming tomorrow) and you’ve got the perfect ‘ode to Irish heritage’ meal.
Guinness Beef Stew
1 tbsp olive oil
3 lbs beef or lamb stewing meat, cubed
6 cups potatoes, cubed
1 cup turnips, peeled and cubed (optional)
3 cups carrots, sliced or diced
2 cups onions, diced
1/2 cup pearl barley
1/4 cup water
1 tsp salt
1 1/2 cups Guinness (or other stout beer)
2 tsp dry thyme
2 whole bay leaves
1/2 tsp black pepper
6 cups beef broth
1/3 cup parsley leaves, minced
1. Heat 1 tbsp oil in large skillet, brown meat in small batches and place in the crockpot.
2. Over medium heat add onions to skillet and 1/4 cup water, stir scrapping up bits from bottom of pan and cook 5-6 minutes, or until onions soften.
3. Add spices and beer, bring to a simmer.
4. Remove from heat.
5. Add potatoes, turnips, carrots, and barley to crockpot.
6. Add broth to the crockpot.
7. Add onion mixture and stir well.
8. Cook on low for 6 hours, high for 3 hours.
9. Remove Bay leaves and Serve!