The ultimate guide to St Patrick’s Day Food! Whether you want breakfast, dinner, desserts, or something green we’ve got you covered!
What are traditional irish foods?
Staples of a traditional Irish diet include foods like potatoes, bread, cheese, and meat—specifically pork, lamb, and corned beef.
Commonly eaten vegetables include carrots, cabbage, rhubarb, and leeks while commonly eaten fruits include apples and plums.
When I’m cooking for St. Patrick’s Day, I love recipes that center around many of the commonly eaten Irish foods to celebrate!
What food to eat on st. patrick’s day
Usually St. Patrick’s day is packed with celebrations — from the parade in the morning to potlucks or parties through the night. Start your day off right by whipping up a hearty breakfast, continue on with a delicious lunch, a few Irish-inspired snacks, and a feast for dinner!
Top it off with pints of Guinness, maybe some Irish whiskey, and you’re in for a great St. Patrick’s Day! As always, drink responsibly!
Nothing beats coming home from the St. Patty’s Day parade to a delicious traditional Irish breakfast…which means anything including bacon, sausage, eggs, bread, or potatoes! Pair that with a mug of Irish coffee and your day will be off to a great start. 😉
Cheesy Pork and Potato Breakfast Skillet
How to Cook Bacon in the Oven
Breakfast Mashed Potato Casserole Recipe
Air Fryer Breakfast Potatoes
Overnight Breakfast Sausage Casserole
Ireland is an island, meaning the seafood is always super fresh! Although fish and seafood aren’t quite as popular as red meat, it’s always nice to add a little variety to your St. Patty’s Day eats!
Easy Reuben Soup
Easy Beer Cheese Soup
My favorite part of St. Patrick’s Day might be the snacks! Beer and cheese? Yes please!
Cheese Bombs with Beer Cheese Dip
Homemade Air Fryer Pretzel Bites
I absolutely love a classic, comforting, and cozy meat and potatoes dinner—and apparently so do the Irish!
Slow Cooker Beef Stew
Poor Man’s Stew
Cabbage Roll Soup
Instant Pot Shepherd’s Pie
These desserts are the perfect way to end a St. Patrick’s Day full of good food!
Lucky Charms Marshmallow Treats Recipe
Lucky Charms Cookies
One Bowl Brownies
How to Make a Milkshake
Green food for st. patrick’s day
Traditional or not, eating green foods on St. Patrick’s Day is classic! Here are some of my favorite green recipes to serve!
Avocado Tuna Salad
Air Fryer Broccoli
Cilantro Lime Sauce
Easy Guacamole Recipe
How to Make Easy Homemade Basil Pesto
Cut Out Sugar Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting
No Churn Mint Oreo Ice Cream Recipe
Five Ingredient Mint Chocolate Candy
Thin Mint Cookie Recipe
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!