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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with “Lucky” Recipes

St. Patrick’s Day in the food world means regular food becomes green food, but there are also several Irish mainstays that grace the holiday menu every year. We scoured various food blogs for some stand out St. Patty’s Day ideas for both the usual suspects of Irish dishes as well as those of the green variety.

From Farm to Table combine pesto, some fresh eggs and a good breakfast ham that will make breakfast green and exciting!

(Credit: Katie Goodman, goodLife {eats})
Arguably the most quintessential dish of St. Patrick’s Day, corned beef and cabbage will be gracing many dinners tables; however, Katie Goodman of goodLife {eats} shares her family’s spin on the meal with a marmalade glaze.
(Credit: Stefani Pollack, Cupcake Project)
St. Patrick’s Day normally produces a bevy of green food and beverages, so this Lucky Charms cupcake from Stefani Pollack of Cupcake Project was a refreshing treat to consider for celebrating the holiday with edible folklore.
(Credit: Zach Patton and Clay Dunn,
Cornbread is another Irish staple with so many variations you can prepare for a classic side dish. Zach Patton and Clay Dunn of The Bitten Word kept theirs sweet and simple with this buttermilk cornbread.
(Credit: Laura, Real Mom Kitchen)
As mentioned above, green food is never in short supply on St. Patrick’s Day, and we aren’t complaining after you take one look at these brownies from Laura from Real Mom Kitchen.
(Credit: Shaina Olmanson, Food for My Family)
Aside from corned beef and cabbage, colcannon is a classic Irish dish made of potatoes. Shaina Olmanson from Food for My Family prepares her version of this comfort food.
(Credit: Naomi Robinson, Baker's Royale)
These treats aren’t your Mom’s brownies. Naomi Robinson of Baker’s Royale uses a usual brownie bottom that is combined with Guinness, and the top layer is a cheesecake mixed with Bailey’s.
(Credit: Amanda, I Am Baker)
These are just adorable. If you want to get creative with your baked goods this St. Patricks Day, Amanda from I Am Baker created from beer mug cupcakes that make you forget you are looking at a cupcake. Related Links:

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