Our Favorite St. Patrick's Day Recipes

Nothing says St. Patrick's Day quite like whiskey, dry stouts and a splash of green. Impress partygoers with these tasty desserts, cocktails and side dishes that infuse Irish ingredients with traditional flavors.

  • Matcha Green Tea Gimlet

    Give your St. Patrick's Day outfit the full effect with a green cocktail in hand. Sweet matcha powder, lime, simple syrup and gin combine to create a drink that's sweet, tart and incredibly delicious. Get the recipe>>

  • Lucky Vanilla Cupcakes

    Give partygoers St. Patrick's Day luck with festive vanilla cupcakes topped with chocolate horseshoes and colorful ground pistachios. Get the recipe>>

  • Irish Nacho Dip

    Flavored with stout beer, this hearty nacho dip is delicious served with potato chips, or turn it up a notch by serving it with French fries or tater tots. Get the recipe>>

  • Naked Rainbow Layer Cake

    Get the luck of the Irish this St. Paddy's Day with a naked rainbow layer cake. This cake is simple to make, but your friends will think you're a pro. Get the recipe>>

  • Whiskey Cake in a Jar

    Attention whiskey lovers: We have a recipe that combines your favorite alcohol with cake batter — in a jar. Plus, it's infused with a creamy Irish whiskey butter sauce that's irresistible to taste buds. Get the recipe>>

  • Celtic Knot Cookies

    This year for St. Patrick's Day, replicate a traditional Celtic knot in the form of a graham cracker-flavored cookie. Don't worry, it's easier to make than it looks, and is the perfect accompaniment to a strong cup of coffee. Get the recipe>>

  • Chocolate Stout Cake Pops

    These cake pops have an Irish twist because they're infused with stout. Decorate them with gold sprinkles to represent a pot of gold. Get the recipe>>

  • Chocolate Biscuit Cake

    This decadent, no-bake cake is a recreation of Prince William's groom's cake. The tea biscuits give it a delicious fluffy texture. Get the recipe>>

  • Irish Coffee

    Irish Coffee

    Top off the morning (or evening) with a warm Irish coffee. This tasty beverage is perfect on its own or as a sweet after-dinner treat. Get the recipe>>

  • Stout Pancakes

    Serve these stout pancakes for breakfast this St. Patrick's Day. The bacon topping provides the perfect sweet and salty bite. Get the recipe>>

  • Potatoes O'Brien

    Dublin White Cheddar Potatoes O'Brien

    This cheesy potato dish is the perfect wake-up call the morning after festivities have ended. A perfect blend of vegetables, starches and meat are a great start (or end) to any day. Get the recipe>>

  • Key Lime Cake

    If you need a little green at your party, this key lime cake will do the trick. Serve fresh seasonal fruits on top for extra flavor. Get the recipe>>

  • Pub-Style Pretzels With Beer Cheese

    Pub Pretzel + Beer Cheese Sauce

    What goes better with your stout beer than pub pretzels and beer cheese sauce? Not much. Serve this at your party for the perfect accompaniment to Irish beer. Get the recipe>>

  • Chocolate Stout Pudding

    St. Patrick's Day is the perfect holiday to combine dry stouts, like Irish favorite Guinness, with dessert. This stout-infused chocolate pudding and topping is the ideal party closer that will leave guests asking for more. Get the recipe>>

  • Dark Chocolate Stout Mini Pie

    You can use cupcake tins to bake these stout-flavored dark chocolate pies. Get the recipe>>

  • Gruyere Potato Gratin

    Gruyere Potato Gratin

    Use red potatoes and Gruyere cheese to make this delicious, hearty and comforting gratin. Get the recipe>>

  • Salted Caramels

    The sweet and salty combination will have your St. Paddy's Day guests will have your guests coming back for seconds — maybe even more. Get the recipe>>

  • Salted Stout Caramel Popcorn

    Serve a snack alongside beer and cocktails, such as this stout caramel popcorn. The distinct stout flavor will have your guests coming back for more. Get the recipe>>

  • Stout Corned Beef With Roasted Vegetables

    An Irish meal isn't complete without corned beef. This version includes a stout broth and colorful vegetables. Get the recipe>>

  • Bloody Rosemary

    Put a twist on the classic Bloody Mary cocktail by adding Irish whiskey and stout. Place a skewer of garnishes like turkey, olives and grilled potatoes. Get the recipe>>

  • Frozen Banana Cocktail

    Frozen Irish Banana Cocktail

    This cold concoction may not seem like a traditional St. Paddy's Day treat, but it will definitely make partygoers feel like they're leaving winter behind. Combine rum, bananas, Irish cream and coconut to create an icy beverage that feels beachy with a touch of Irish charm. Get the recipe>>

  • Blueberry Scones

    Blueberry Scones

    Whether you serve this for brunch or dessert, these perfectly tart yet sweet scones will serve as unexpected treats your guests will love. Get the recipe>>

  • Homemade Shamrock Marshmallows

    Give your hot chocolate or coffee a festive touch by making shamrock-shaped homemade marshmallows, or skip the green food coloring and make them any time of year! We have an easy no-cook version, too.

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