St. Patrick’s day just isn’t the same without a pint of Ireland’s finest. But if you can’t down this stout with a straight face, we’ve found a few different ways you can enjoy a Guinness come March 17th. Cheers, and instead, eat up.
Trust us, this soy sauce based marinade is a game changer.
When you hear St. Patrick’s day, you don’t often think about a barbecue, but this recipe doesn’t require you to stand outside as winter comes to an end. Celebrate St. Patrick’s day this year, but with an American style.
Instead of milk, this recipe calls for Guinness to any pancake mix. Super easy and it gives you even more of an excuse to add chocolate syrup and whipped cream to your breakfast.
Made to be either savory or sweet, depending on how you make this recipe, start out your St. Patty’s day with boozy muffins for breakfast. Who said champagne or vodka were the only kinds of alcohol you could have at brunch?
You might want to save this recipe for March 18th. No one said you have to celebrate St. Patrick’s for only one day.
This easy recipe will have you dipping for more.
You can never go wrong with onion rings. Everyone likes onion rings. Try these onion rings battered in Guinness and everyone will be happy.
Having a pint while snacking on some peanuts at the bar usually calls for a good night, but what if you actually mixed the two together? Check out this awesome recipe here.
Our friends at Top with Cinnamon have created a 3-ingredient breadstick recipe. As the Barefoot Contessa would say, “How easy is that?!”
An unlikely pairing, but who doesn’t love tacos? Try out this recipe here.
If you’re trying to up your cooking skills this year, we highly recommend this recipe from Wonky Wonderful.
Boozy shakes and floats are often the kinds of desserts that are overlooked, but now’s the time to try them. We created this recipe last St. Patty’s day and we can guarantee that it will keep the celebrations going well into the night.
Here’s that float we just mentioned.
Extra boozes means an extra good time this St. Patrick’s day. Try this recipe, especially if you feel like staying in and baking this year.
Get fancy this St. Patrick’s day with some this homemade truffles recipe.
Pair the corned beef tacos with this drink and you might mistake St. Patrick’s day for the newly-found Taco Thursday.
If you plan on getting straight blattered, as the Irish might say, then put a twist on a classic drink by making them into Jell-shots. The recipe can be found here.