There are so many recipes out there when it comes to celebrating St. Patrick's Day, and that's where this list comes into play.
When I think of recipes for St. Patrick's Day, the obvious ingredients come to mind - from corned beef to Guinness beer to Baileys Irish Cream. Or you might just assume everything should be green, but that's not always the case.
But there are so many more options out there. If you're struggling for inspiration - whether it is for breakfast, drinks, dinner or dessert, I've got you covered with these 15 St. Patrick's Day recipes.
St. Patrick's Day Recipes
Guinness Bread | Thrifty Jinxy
This Guinness Bread recipe is super easy to make and oh so delicious. It has a light and fluffy texture and a taste with a subtle sweetness that is to die for. This simple recipe requires no yeast so no waiting on the dough to rise!
Irish Soda Bread | The Hungry Bluebird
Irish soda bread ~ quick and easy traditional recipe bakes up crusty and dense with flour, sugar, baking soda, butter, raisins, egg and buttermilk.
Shepherd's Pie | House of Nash Eats
A rich gravy with lamb and vegetables tucked under creamy mashed potatoes make this the BEST Shepherd’s Pie recipe. Ever. Okay, in my opinion. But I’m pretty confident about this Irish comfort food classic.
Triple Whiskey Glazed Corned Beef | What a Girl Eats
Up your corned beef dinner with this Triple Whiskey Glazed Corned Beef! Whether you make it in a slow cooker or on top of the stove, it’s equally delicious.
Bangers and Mash | The Suburban Soapbox
A traditional United Kingdom comfort food….Bangers and Mash is amped up with hand smashed horseradish potatoes and tangy Onion-Mustard Gravy. Don’t save this meal just for St. Patrick’s Day, it’s quick and easy to whip up….perfect for any day of the year.
Irish Lobster Mac & Cheese Pie | All That's Jas
This lobster mac and cheese pie, Irish-style, is absolutely to-die-for! It’s one of the dishes that you have to order when you see it on a menu.
Beef Mushroom Guinness Pie | Everyday Eileen
The Best Beef Mushroom Guinness Pie is a fantastic meal filled with beef marinated in Guinness Stout! The beef and veggies can be braise in the oven, cooked in the Instant Pot or slow cooker!
Instant Pot Guinness Beef Stew | Cheese Curd in Paradise
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than this weeknight friendly beef stew! This recipe is filled with hearty tender beef, potatoes, carrots, onions, peas, and flavorful Guinness.
Guinness and Irish Cheddar Mac and Cheese | Celebrating Sweets
Guinness and Irish Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese – Flavorful stovetop mac and cheese made with Guinness stout, sharp Irish cheddar, and a touch of dijon mustard. Creamy and cheesy with an optional crunchy breadcrumb topping.
St. Patrick's Day Punch | Sugar and Soul
St. Patrick’s Day Punch is a quick, easy, and fun green punch recipe made with grape juice, orange juice, lemon-lime soda, and rainbow sherbet! This sweet and fizzy drink recipe is sure to delight any Leprechaun!
Grasshopper Cocktail | Become Betty
My Grasshopper drink recipe is a delicious and easy cocktail recipe. Its mildly alcoholic that drinks like a mint chocolate dessert. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, the holidays, or when a gentle mint drink is your last beverage of the day.
Baileys Irish Cream | Masala Herb
I give you this chocolate flavored Baileys Irish Cream to help you celebrate St.Patrick’s day this year! Make it with a handful of easy steps from scratch within minutes!
Irish Potato Candy | Brooklyn Farm Girl
Homemade Irish Potato Candy that’s easy to make and delicious! This old fashioned candy looks just like potatoes! Made with cream cheese and powdered sugar.
Shamrock Pretzel Pops | Dancing Through the Rain
These Shamrock Pretzel Pops are the perfect treat to make for St. Patrick’s Day – or really any holiday where you need a fun dessert!
Instant Pot Irish Car Bomb Chocoflan | One Happy Housewife
This Instant Pot Irish Car Bomb Chocoflan is the stuff that dreams are made of! Inspired by the Irish Car Bomb cocktail, this Chocoflan is infused with Irish Cream, Irish Whiskey, and Guinness Beer.