Mark your calendar! St. Patrick’s day is almost here and that means delicious Irish-inspired meals are on it’s way to our dining table. It’s a long day of celebrations and if you want to follow Irish tradition, start with a hearty Irish breakfast, and at least until lunchtime. We’ve gathered some of our favorite Irish foods to help you prepare for the feast.

Irish Soda Bread

No need to add yeast sodium bicarbonate from soda will do the trick, and it is very easy to prepare. It only requires four ingredients baking soda, flour, buttermilk, and salt.

Irish Stew

A very simple meal with simple ingredients from lamb, carrots, and potatoes with butter and herb to add more flavor and aroma.

Corned Beef And Cabbage

The total time to cook this meal is 2 hours and 30 minutes of slow cooking to make the beef tender add another 10 minutes for the preparations, so you need to plan and cook this meal ahead.

Shepherd’s Pie

It is made of ground lamb or beef, vegetables, gravy and topped with cheesy mashed potato and then baked. It’s perfect for the occasion and as comfort food.


A traditional and a favorite Irish recipe made with creamy mashed potato and kale or cabbage. Choose starchy potatoes for a fluffier mash.

Green Velvet Cake

The simple green velvet recipe is fun, delicious, soft, fluffy, and easy to make, topped with cream cheese frosting. It’s one of the most popular holiday cakes.

Irish Potato Cakes

It is made from leftover mashed potatoes and best paired with a hearty breakfast, lunch, or dinner. These traditional Irish potato cakes are very easy to make and easy to prepare.

St. Patrick’s Day Mint Shakes

Who doesn’t want a refreshing drink? The peppermint extract combined with vanilla ice cream makes the drink extra-refreshing from its minty flavor. The best part is it only takes 5 minutes to prepare this simple concoction.

Irish Apple Cake

Another traditional Irish recipe that’s very easy to prepare and has no fancy ingredients. Just mix all the dry ingredients and then add the wet stir until combined dump it in a pan and then put it inside the oven.

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