Antioxidant-rich kale replaces cabbage in this filling Irish favorite!
This hearty fish stew tastes like a true indulgence with a delicious, creamy broth. Serve it up with a side of Irish soda bread!
This veggie-loaded version of classic shepherd's pie will be a hit with vegetarians and carnivores alike!
These next-level nachos feature crispy potato chips in place of classic tortilla chips…a delish Irish twist perfect for St. Paddy's Day!
Dress up these crispy bars for St. Patrick's Day with a festive pop of green, mint and chocolate, plus sprinkles for a Leprechaun friendly touch.
Tender cakes full of fresh apples, topped with buttery streusel and salted butterscotch will satisfy any sweet tooth.
This cocktail has everything you could ask for on St. Patrick's Day…beer, chocolate, cream and a kick of whiskey!
Even the littlest lads and lassies can help with these St. Paddy's Day craft projects. It's a great way to help celebrate everyone's favorite pot-o-gold holiday, while fueling your little one's creativity.
Step aside, sugar and preservative packed smoothies. Better-for-you ingredients are all the rage these days!
Gather the wee ones this March 17 to make the most of this fun-filled holiday, family-style! Here are a few happy-go-lucky ideas all of your little leprechauns will love:
From tips on tasty drinks and appetizers to fun and easy decorating ideas, you’ll have the luck o’ the Irish on your side this St. Paddy’s Day.
Roasted cabbage with a bit of garlic and caraway is perfect as a side for roast meats or even a vegetarian main dish.
Irish cheddar blended with Guinness beer, garlic and mustard makes the perfect spread for crackers, bread or pretzels.
Fresh fruit skewered in rainbow color order served up with a golden fruit dip makes a wholesome but festive St. Patrick’s Day treat.
The combination of mint and chocolate is irresistible in these cupcakes finished with a whipped cream frosting.
If you have the younger set over to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, you can keep them busy and entertained while also teaching them a thing or two about March 17.
Deck the halls for your St. Patrick’s Day party, and do it kid-style as your little ones draw, cut, staple, glue and paint their way to festive party décor!