35 Top Trending Irish Recipes for St.Patrick’s Day to Try

Top Trending Irish Recipes

Well, what do you know, the world is coming along with the year – and we are now in the second month of February now! Can you believe this? While we are just finishing celebrating St. Valentine’s Day, I have been working away getting ready for the next holiday coming up, and am ready now with my most trending recipe options for you to try this year – fill the house with the freshness of Irish soda bread, some nice Irish stew for dinner, and enjoy an Irish coffee with an Irish apple pie for dessert! Also be sure to check out lots of green and cute cupcakes! Before you even start working on the post, be sure to try out some Kerrygold butter – have you tasted it yet? This is not a sponsored post by Kerrygold – but I do love it, and have a collection of butter bars in my fridge at all times!

Ready for food gazing? Or maybe you would like a nice giveaway of a pot of gold for St. Patrick’s celebration? Then scroll down for a giveaway!

Irish Coffee - St. Patrick\'s Day Dessert

Irish Coffee – St. Patrick\’s Day Dessert

I could have this coffee any day, not just for St.Patrick\’s Day.

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Crumbly and delectable Kerrygold butter scones -

Crumbly and delectable Kerrygold butter scones –

This is my most favorite butter – ever! I rarely bake with it, I should, I guess, I bet will taste amazing!

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A modern twist on the tradition bread pudding -

A modern twist on the tradition bread pudding –

I have to admit I have never made a bread pudding in my life, however, I always want to order it or eat it! I think I should just make it – great recipe looks like!

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Avoca’s mouthwatering apple pie with blackberries -

Avoca’s mouthwatering apple pie with blackberries –

I am always happy to have a piece of an apple pie!

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Irish Cream Fudge

Irish Cream Fudge

If you are going to be baking and cooking Irish food, chances are you need a stash of Irish cream!

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Super delicious Irish Oatmeal Bread made

Super delicious Irish Oatmeal Bread made

This bread looks incredible, right? I will have to make it! Did I tell you I am on a low carb diet right now? Grrr… I want carbs, I want carbs!

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Rich and creamy Kerrygold mac and cheese -

Rich and creamy Kerrygold mac and cheese –

Another way to use that Kerrygold butter! When I open my fridge, I often see a stack of gold and silver bars – yeah, I keep my butter in the fridge, not actual gold and silver! My husband tends to so love Kerrygold, he buys it almost wholesale – every time.

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Frozen Irish Cream Mousse ! , easy and delicious! Love this !

Frozen Irish Cream Mousse ! , easy and delicious! Love this !

Do you still have that Irish Cream left there? Another delight for you!

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Irish Brown Soda Scones

Irish Brown Soda Scones

Now, these might possibly look even better than that bread above – how is that even possible? I must be hallucinating from the low carb diet!

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Eat Cake For Dinner: Classic Irish Soda Bread It\'s ... -

Eat Cake For Dinner: Classic Irish Soda Bread It\’s … –

And another incredible bread for you! I think those soda breads are very easy to make too, in addition to the fact that they look and taste amazing!

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I worked at a very popular Irish Pub in St. Louis ... -

I worked at a very popular Irish Pub in St. Louis … –

Oh, this looks Irish to me – perfect pub food, or something to make for St.Patrick\’s Day! Sometimes I wish St. Patrick\’s Day was every day!

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Irish Apple Cake: Irish Apple Cake is a mildly spiced…

Irish Apple Cake: Irish Apple Cake is a mildly spiced…

Just when you thought there couldn\’t be anything better with apples than apple pie – now try this for a change!

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Bailey\'s Irish Cream Cheese Swirl Brownies

Bailey\’s Irish Cream Cheese Swirl Brownies

How do you like these brownies now? There is no end to imagination, and recipe ideas!

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This Irish Stew is the best stew I\'ve ever made. Flavoured ... -

This Irish Stew is the best stew I\’ve ever made. Flavoured … –

OK, after all of these amazing dishes, time for a hearty Irish stew! I am thinking – moving to Ireland, who is with me?

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Warning: Do not lick your screen. Click here for these Irish Cream cupcake �

Warning: Do not lick your screen. Click here for these Irish Cream cupcake �

Here is a healthy dose of green for ya! Aren\’t you glad you are still reading this post! It just gets better and better, right?

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We\'re feeling Irish today. : Guinness Burger with Irish Cheddar

We\’re feeling Irish today. : Guinness Burger with Irish Cheddar

OK, you had me at Guinness! Looks like a perfect pub or restaurant made burger, I will have to learn how to make this!

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Recipe: Venison Irish Stew — —

Recipe: Venison Irish Stew — —

Care for a venison variety? Looks like a great stew to me, based on the picture!

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An Irish Burger!!

An Irish Burger!!

Doesn\’t this burger look just unbelievable! Look at all the colors!

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Boxty: A traditional potato pancake

Boxty: A traditional potato pancake

Looks like a latke to me, but probably somewhat different. Potatoes are my favorite foods, I miss them. Read above – I am on a low carb diet now.

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Irish Lamb Stew recipe

Irish Lamb Stew recipe

Look at all the color in this stew! Yummo!

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Irish barley stew photos are up! Super easy : You just cut everything up, throw it …

Irish barley stew photos are up! Super easy : You just cut everything up, throw it …

Now if you don\’t add barley to your Irish stew you have got a lot to learn! Love this!

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I made Irish Brown Bread w/ fresh milled flour to test out the GrainMill!

I made Irish Brown Bread w/ fresh milled flour to test out the GrainMill!

Another bread idea! Looks so perfect – not gloppy at all – in the section.

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Make your own Irish cream stout cupcakes by @oldyalebrewing in @TheFraserValley

Make your own Irish cream stout cupcakes by @oldyalebrewing in @TheFraserValley

And another touch of green! The cupcakes are always a hit in my house!

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doesn\'t get better than these Irish Coffee Cake Scones

doesn\’t get better than these Irish Coffee Cake Scones

At first I thought it was ground meat on top, but then I read the words – it is actually coffee cake crumbles – duh me! I have to always remember to read! Otherwise, I come up with all sorts of funky ideas – you don\’t want to know! Bet this tastes great – who wouldn\’t like coffee cake on top of their scone – show me that person – now!

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Best & community : Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie from Well Plated by Erin, pe…

Best & community : Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie from Well Plated by Erin, pe…

I am going to say it again – Irish… Whiskey … BROWNIE… pie…. I can\’t even quite comprehend this – this has gotta be the best pie ever!

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BBQ Irish Nachos - Fox Valley Foodie

BBQ Irish Nachos – Fox Valley Foodie

I think I totally get this dish – and such a novel idea for nachos, right? Check it out!

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: Gluten Free Irish Cream Cupcake with board - gfJules

: Gluten Free Irish Cream Cupcake with board – gfJules

Another cupcake heaven – this cupcake looks adorable!

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Baileys Irish Cream Recipe. It\'s so easy to make!

Baileys Irish Cream Recipe. It\’s so easy to make!

Another drink idea! Don\’t drink too much, you have already had a shot and a coffee up there above on the list!

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Irish Whiskey Funnel Cake & Salted Chocolate | Byron ...

Irish Whiskey Funnel Cake & Salted Chocolate | Byron …

OK, seriously, this diet is driving me crazy

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Irish Champ (Mashed Potatoes With Scallions)

Irish Champ (Mashed Potatoes With Scallions)

OK, I have never heard of this dish before, possibly because I am no Irish person, but this looks, sounds and feels exactly like the food I eat! I am a champ person!

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No-Yeast Irish Brown Bread

No-Yeast Irish Brown Bread

No yeast left at home? Time for a store run? Think again – no yeast needed for this Irish brown bread recipe!

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HOW TO MAKE TIRAMISU CUPS: with Baileys Irish ...

HOW TO MAKE TIRAMISU CUPS: with Baileys Irish …

OK, what is my most favorite dessert doing in this list of stews and breads? The Baileys Irish connection, of course…!

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Irish Soda Scones Recipe ...

Irish Soda Scones Recipe …

Care for another scone recipe? Here is one!

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Irish Stout Mason Jar Beef Pot Pies

Irish Stout Mason Jar Beef Pot Pies

This looks just perfect – if you are going to have a celebration, and are thinking about what to cook, this looks like a perfect option – I bet will taste great, and looks so amazing!

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Irish Chicken - Comfort

Irish Chicken – Comfort

If you don\’t particularly care for corned beef, or haggis for your Irish inspired dinner, you can always go with your favorite chicken – no harm done!

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Thank you for checking out all of the amazing recipes! Are you going to be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this year? What dishes do you think you may be cooking? Do you like any from this list – which ones, and be sure to share this post on your social networks – the more people sharing food ideas, the more we will be celebrating, sharing meals with families and friends, and having positive atmosphere in our communities! Food Rules!

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Top Trending Irish Recipes

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  1. We don’t really have a tradition! I usually try to make some green foods and I definitely use pinterest for ideas!
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    Ashley C

  2. One favorite for St Patty’s when I was younger was going on the pub crawls! We don’t do it so much now 🙂
    Mary Berth Elderton

  3. My favorite tradition during St. Pattys Day is to celebrate a good friends birthday. It gives more reason for cake!

  4. I don’t really have a tradition for that day.
    Of course as a kid my favorite was having to wear green or you’d get pinched.
    glad that’s over. I don’t have too many green pieces of clothing. 🙂

  5. Getting drunk used to be my favorite was to spend St Patty’s Day. Now, I’m happier with my wife’s reuben.

  6. My husband likes to go to our local St. Patrick’s day run and spend the day hanging out with friends, so I like to spend the whole day doing whatever I want.

  7. As a kid my mom would have me wear green and I always had a pin that I wore on my shirt i.e.:”Kiss me I’m Irish” or “Luck of the Irish”. And she made green 3 leaf clover sugar cookies. I would love to make green brownies or green super food balls. And make a diary free Bailey’s shot 🙂

  8. My favorite St. Patty’s day tradition is wearing green and making green foods with food dye.

  9. I am looking forward to drinking green beer and celebrating my best girlfriend’s birthday. I will defiantly try out some of these recipes.

  10. We do not do anything special for St. Patrick’s Day because we celebrate my son’s birthday. So wait, I guess that is special!

  11. we don’t particulary celebrate St. Patricks Day but I do like the green balloons that they sell then.

  12. I live in Alabama so there’s not really much emphasis on St. Patrick’s Day. Really the only thing we do is wear green (of course) and my husband and I drink an Irish Red beer!

  13. I like to attend the St. Patrick’s parade on Granville street in Vancouver. The parade marshal is usually a store owner who is a major sponsor of the annual parade.

  14. I have soooooo many Irish ancestors. I love St. Patrick’s Day. I usually make corned beef and cabbage but I think I am going to make the Guinness burger and Boxty.

  15. Other than wearing green, we don’t really have any St. Patrick’s Day traditions.
    RC- Tara Woods

  16. I honestly do not have any st party’s day traditions. If I think about it I wear green. That’s it.

  17. We don’t do much for St. Patty’s day. Sometimes I’ll make corned beef and cabbage to celebrate the wee bit of Irish in my heritage.

  18. My St. Patty’s day tradition is definitely wearing green and also making Chocolate Guinness Cupcakes with green icing:)

  19. I have to be honest and say that I don’t have an Irish tradition. I do have some Irish in me though.

  20. We usually wear green and see who can find a four-leaf clover. We are not always successful, but it’s a celebration when someone finds one.

  21. While the kids are sleeping we go around and hide candy, when they wake up we say it was leprechauns! We make open faced reubens made with corn beef and cabbage while we watch a St. Patty’s day movie. 🙂

  22. We like wearing green and eating corned beef (I know that’s more of an American Irish thing than an Irish thing, but it’s tasty!).

  23. As far as St Patrick’s Day traditions go, wearing green is about the only thing I do….if I remember to.

  24. Wearing of the green and making Irish brown bread or soda bread are my favourite St. Patrick’s Day activities.

  25. Ok, this isn’t right, my grandmother was Irish and I HATED her cooking, why couldn’t she make any of these???

  26. We wear our green St. Patty’s tee-shirts and I make corn-beef and cabbage, my mom’s recipe, and we drink Guinness Beer

  27. Don’t really celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Each year The Oregon lottery has a raffle on St. Patrick’s Day for a chance to win 1 million dollars. We’ve been buying a few tickets each year. Would love to celebrate it this year with 1M. Thanks for the giveaway and good luck everyone.

  28. I would say the parades and the parties. I like all the green clothes, food, and drinks. So much fun.

  29. I’m still in university, so my tradition includes going to class decked out in green wear and then going out to drink green beer at the pub

  30. Wear green and our town does a thing called Shamrock Shuffle for a day which has Irish food and drink specials and music.

  31. I just love the holiday in general. It is a ight-hearted holiday. I always wanted to try making some Irish Soda bread. I will try your recipe this year—it looks good.

  32. The family gathers at my sister-in-law’s home and we have an irish recipe baking contest along with an Irish feast. Games, prizes, Irish beer! Fun for all!

  33. Drinking green beer by the green river (the river that runs through the city is dyed green every year).
    😀
    thanks!

  34. Like this is such a cute blog. All those Irish recipes. I keep looking at them and trying to decide which one (or two) I am going to try to make this year.

  35. We do not usually decorate for St. Patricks day, but I think we are going to this year. 🙂

  36. Eating green food and burning green candles is great fun on St. Patrick’s Day. We love doing that!

  37. Again, drinking green beer!
    Hm, maybe I ought to add eating green cookies to my tradition. 🙂
    thanks!

  38. Okay, officially my new tradition is eating green cookies on St. Patrick’s Day. 😀
    thanks again!

  39. Nothing much happens here on St. Patrick’s Day so I just stay home and listen to Irish music on the radio.

  40. going to the bar and getting on everyones nerves because I don’t drink beer. Everyone glares at me on St. Patrick’s day because I slow the bartender up ordering Sex on the Beaches

  41. Wearing green (though since we’re of Dutch descent, I also usually sneak some orange in there somewhere!)

  42. When I was a kid I always wore green on St. Pattys day to make sure I did not get pinched.

  43. Living in a small community, nothing much happens on St. Patrick’s Day. I like listening to Irish Newfoundland music.

  44. About the only tradition I follow for St Patrick’s Day is the wearing of green (I actually do have some Irish ancestry, but it is not a major holiday for me!)

  45. Getting together with friends for an evening of laughs on St Pattys day is a great tradition!

  46. Green Beer and all the cute St. Paddys day stuff, like hat and tees, etc.

  47. My tradition is to drink green beer. But then again, isn’t that everyone’s tradition? 🙂
    thanks!

  48. Drink green beer by the green river. (The river that runs through town is dyed green for the day.)

  49. We love the traditional Irish foods on St Patick’s Day … foods like corned beef and cabbage. And we love green milkshakes!

  50. Just listening to Irish music. Nothing much happens here. I live in a small town.

  51. I like to pretend I’m going to pinch my nieces and nephews if they aren’t wearing green.

  52. Drinking green beer by the green (dyed) river.
    And guacamole in our tacos. 🙂
    thanks!

  53. This year with my daughter I’m starting a new tradition. A michevious leprechaun will do funny things around the house for her to find. I really think she’s going to love trying to find what else the silly leprechaun did!

  54. One of our favourite traditions is eating traditional Irish food …. green, if possible.

  55. When I was growing up we’d always eat ham and potatoes and cabbage and irish soda bread and watch The Quiet Man with John Wayne. Lately we usually just go over my In-Law’s for some homemade corned beef.

  56. The family gets together for a party and we have an all Irish menu. Then an Irish bake-off contest with prizes! Lots of fun and games for all.

  57. I’m sticking with drinking green beer by the green river.

    And green cookies. 🙂

  58. We don’t really celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, but I do make shepherd’s pie a few times a year and we always enjoy it!

  59. Okay, it might sound silly but my favourite is going to McDonalds for their Shamrock shake!

  60. Again, I’m gonna go with green beer by the green river.
    Unless someone comes up with green margaritas. 🙂
    thanks!

  61. I just stay home and listen to music as nothing happens on St. Patrick’s Day in my community

  62. I’m sticking with green beer and green river for now.
    Tomorrow I may be in the mood for green cookies. 🙂

  63. Nothing much happens here on St. Patrick’s Day so I usually just stay home and listen to music.

  64. It’s Saturday so I’m gonna go with green beer today. Or green margaritas. 🙂
    thanks!

  65. It’s Sunday, so I feel it my obligation to say green cookies, and not green beer. 🙂
    thanks!

  66. Fave recipe listed I think COFFEE CAKE SCONES. 🙂
    And for St. Patrick’s Day, have been helping one of my elder friends find the best, fun outing for her.

  67. It’s Monday so I’ll go back to green beer.
    And throw in some green cookies too, because it’s Monday. 🙂

  68. My favorite st PatrickPatrick’s day tradition is eating for corned beef & cabbage:)

  69. we make a rainbow craft. and the name I put in rafflecopter doesn’t match My fingers were on the wrong kids and I hit submit before Ilooked Sorry

  70. Hm. Someone mentioned an Irish author so I’ll go with that too. One of my favorites is Maeve Binchy so I can pull out one of her books and read it again on St Patricks day!
    New tradition! 🙂
    thanks!

  71. It’s nearing the weekend so I’ll go back to green beer today.
    Or absinthe! absinthe is green. 🙂
    thanks!

  72. I don’t really have a tradition for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s not really something we celebrate.

  73. Irish Scones recipe along with Corned Beef alternative sound very tasty – although Whole Foods has Corned Beef on sale. ….and we do have some fresh cabbage in the fresh bin.

  74. It’s Friday! So i’m going back to my tradition of green beer by the green river.
    🙂

  75. It’s Sunday so I’ll go with green eggs! Just scramble in a lot of spinach into scrambled eggs. I don’t like the taste of spinach but you can’t taste it when it’s mixed in with eggs. 🙂
    thanks!

  76. My favorite tradition is making and eating corned beef and cabbage! I have to have it a certain way, just like my mother used to make it for me when I was growin up, or it’s just not St. Paddy’s Day!

  77. It usually involves heading to the local pub with friends and drinking copious amounts of Guinness while wearing silly hats, love it!

  78. I don’t do much on Paddy’s Day. Nothing happens here. I just stay home and listen to music.

  79. I know it’s not authentically Irish, but I so enjoy a perfectly cooked corned beef, with cabbage and potatoes.

  80. I’m reading an Irish author right now so I’ll go with reading an Irish author today.
    🙂
    thanks!

  81. My favorite St. Paddy’s tradition is corned beef for dinner and dressing up in my favorite color (green)

  82. We like to go to the Saint Patty’s Day parade and I love to turn on some great celtic music. And of course discuss my Irish and Scottish ancestry with anyone who will listen!

  83. My favorite St. Patty’s Day tradition is wearing green! I go all out from my socks, to my outfit, to my hair accessories! It’s so much fun to be part of the holiday!

  84. My favourite is to make some delicious Irish Soda bread and eat is warm slathered in butter.

  85. I’m going to stick with green beer for today.
    It’s been a rough day already.
    🙂
    thanks!

  86. My favorite tradition is picking up a few extra Corned Beef Briskets while they are on sale this week and tossing them into the freezer for future use!

  87. Corn beef and cabbage, of course. I also like watching the kids get ready for the day of celebrating.

  88. I like to experiment with Irish recipes I’ve never tried before, although sometimes I just try to figure out how many green things I can incorporate into a meal.

  89. I’m going out with a bang! Green beer, nachos with a giant helping of guacamole and some green margaritas to polish it off. 🙂
    all while reading an Irish author.