May the luck of the Irish be with you with these St. Patrick's Day food ideas.
Find family fun St. Patrick's Day recipes for breakfast and brunch, appetizers, drinks, green food, traditional Irish recipes and more!
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- St. Patrick's Day Food Supplies & Recipe Ingredients
- Matcha Latte [Vegan]
- Rainbow Smoothie
- Egg-filled Bellpeppers and Fruit Skewers
- Rainbow Waffles
- Avocado Toast [Vegan]
- Matcha and Pistachio Muffins
- Shamrock Hot Pockets
- Pea, Mint, Coconut Soup [Gluten-free, Vegan]
- Spinach Quiche
- Grilled Cheese Sandwich
- Pull Apart Bread
- Green Linguine [Vegan]
- Virgin Mojito
St. Patrick's Day Food Supplies & Recipe Ingredients
Make St. Patrick’s Day green or colorful with these festive ingredients and food supplies*.
If you have a potluck on your hands, then you can make any of these delicious St. Patrick’s Day appetizer recipes. Some foods you will find:
- Pub cheese
- Colcannon and other Irish-inspired recipes
- Rainbow flatbread pizza
- And more!
For a sweet sensation, try any of these tasty St. Patrick’s Day dessert recipes, like:
- Traditional Irish bread pudding
- Chocolate stout cake
- And more!
Matcha Latte [Vegan]
Start the day off with this brew mixed with steamed almond milk and cinnamon. (via Flora and Vino)
Or for something more kid-friendly, try this delightful-looking drink.
- Red layer: strawberries, raspberries
- Orange layer: peaches, oranges, mangos
- Yellow layer: bananas, pineapple
- Green layer: Spinach
- Blue layer: Food coloring
- Purple layer: Mixed berries
(via The First Year Blog)
Serve up these green pancakes topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with every kid’s favorite breakfast cereal: Lucky Charms! (via Crafty Morning)
Egg-filled Bellpeppers and Fruit Skewers
For something more savory, here’s an egg dish with a refreshing crunch from bell peppers. Pair with fresh banana and grapes too. (via Dinner 4 Two)
How creative is this breakfast food art: half a waffle in the shape of a rainbow, complete with whip cream for the clouds that you can add sprinkles to. (via Mommy’s Fabulous Finds)
Avocado Toast [Vegan]
For a more classic brunch recipe, make this avocado toast, which also includes bell pepper and is sprinkled with nutritional yeast. (via Exceedingly Vegan)
Matcha and Pistachio Muffins
If you’re looking for something more grab and go, go for this naturally green breakfast item. (via The Petite Cooks)
Shamrock Hot Pockets
For lunch, try these hand pies, which are filled with spinach and cheese. (via The Kitchen Prep Blog)
Pea, Mint, Coconut Soup [Gluten-free, Vegan]
If you’re looking for something more light, go for a refreshing soup like this. (via Abbey's Kitchen)
You can also go for this four-leaf clover shaped quiche. Learn two creative ways to bake the look. (via Diamonds for Dessert)
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Kids will definitely love this colorful twist on a staple sandwich: rainbow-colored cheese! (via Amanda’s Cookin’)
Pull Apart Bread
For an in-between snack, you can’t go wrong with cheesy pull-apart sourdough bread in pesto sauce. (via I Heart Naptime)
Green Linguine [Vegan]
Ginger coconut pasta with red pepper flakes and swiss chard or kale would be great for dinner. (via Produce on Parade)
And last but not least, end the day with this family-friendly drink. (via Clover Lane Blog)
These mean, green St. Patrick's Day food ideas are sure to honor the Irish St. Pat.
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