One of the most important things during any celebration, holiday or event is the food that comes along with it. Now for St. Patrick’s day there are a multitude of staple Irish foods that are eaten during St. Patrick’s day, however, an important part of this day is the color green as it represents good luck, So, with the food, comes the green, so mix them together and we’re here to give you some great ideas for green food!
Appetizer – Avocado Ranch Dip with Greek Yogurt
A platter of green! A perfect snack dish to serve to your guests and friends if you’re ever hosting a little get together. In light of the St. Patrick’s day green theme this treat is sure to fish in some compliments.
Breakfast – Green waffles
Following the St. Patrick’s day green color theme, this plate of delicious green waffles is perfect to serve your family on a beautiful St. Patrick’s Day morning. Add some cream and some treats for some extra texture to your meal.
Dinner – Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls
As you know, the Irish love their beef so why not mix the two key factors of a St. Patrick’s day, the Irish and the color green together and come up with a very healthy, nutritious and delicious St. Patrick’s day dinner.
Desserts – Jello Parfait
You’ve got your breakfast lunch and dinner sorted, but what about desert? Why not go with this beautiful green jello parfait? Delicious and very aesthetic, this dessert is sure to taste and look amazing!
Traditional Irish Soda Bread
This day commemorates the Irish so get your kids around and get ready to do some baking! We’re going to bake some traditional irish soda bread, a fun activity to do with your friends and family and you get to reap your rewards when the bread is done! Delicious and fun
Crockpot Corn Beef and Cabbage
This is a staple food of the Irish people. Lot’s of corn beef and cabbage and especially the crockpot. Have a traditional Irish lunch or dinner this St. Patrick’s day with this mouth watering corn beef and cabbage crockpot
For Kids – Shamrock Pretzel Pops
Gather your kids around because you’re going to be making some Shamrock Pretzpel Pops! These St, Patrick’s day treats are sure to have your kids sending you kisses non stop as you not only have a blast making these with them, but when you enjoy these treats with them!
Vegetarian – Avocado Mac and Cheese
The Irish are known for their delicious meat eating and rough housing. However, what about the vegetarians? Well fear not because we’ve a delicious avocado mac and cheese to have you covered! Don’t worry vegetarians, you’re not left out all the St. Patty day fun.
Gluten Free Pea, Mint and Coconut Soup
Okay so we’ve got the meat eater and the vegetarians covered, but what about the gluten free individuals? Some people’s bodies just can’t handle gluten well. Well once again, fear not, because we’ve everyone covered here, and so does this fascinating pea, mint and coconut soup, just wait until you get your taste buds on this dish!
Autoimmune Paleo (AIP) Guacamole
Now with all the snacks and treats going around, a perfect dipping sauce for your St. Patrick’s day green filled fun is without a doubt a classic Guacamole! This dairy-free and nightshade free is safe for all types of dietaries out there.