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In honor of the green holiday we’re jamming to some fitting tunes

Although most of us aren’t Irish, we still love to celebrate the green holiday of St. Patrick's Day here at The Daily Meal. The following St. Patrick’s Day playlist features classic pop and rock songs you’ll hear at your local pub or bar, which you can drunkenly and obnoxiously sing along to with your friends.

These jukebox hits will have you reminiscing about the college days, your traditional local go-to pub, or your old heavy-drinking days.

Whether you’re on a bar crawl with your pals, posting up at the bar all day, or hosting a St. Patty’s Day bash, tune in to these hits and may your St. Patrick’s

Day be green, festive, and full of fun! Make your own playlist or listen to ours here on Spotify.

Tom Petty — "Life Is a Highway"
The Beatles — "I Saw Her Standing There"
Blues Traveler — "Run Around"
Counting Crows — "Hangin’ Around"
Van Halen — "Panama"
Dexy’s Midnight Runners — "Come on Eileen"
The Doobie Brothers — "Long Train Running"
Eagle Eye Cherry — "Save Tonight"
Wild Cherry — "Play That Funky Music White Boy"
Billy Joel — "Only the Good Die Young"
Bruce Springsteen — "Born in the USA"
Bryan Adams — "Summer of ‘69"
Deep Blue Something — "Breakfast at Tiffany’s"
Counting Crows — "Mr. Jones"
Third Eye Blind — "Semi-Charmed Life"
Guns N Roses — "Sweet Child O Mine"
Mighty Mighty Bosstones — "Knock on Wood"
Eddie Money — "Take Me Home Tonight"
Tommy Tutone — "8675309"
John Mellencamp — "Jack & Dianne"
Rick Springfield — "Jessie’s Girl"
Neil Diamond — "Sweet Caroline"
Semisonic — "Closing Time"

The 15 Best St. Patrick's Day Appetizers Your Whole Crowd Will Love

Our St. Patrick's day apps feature some traditional Irish ingredients &mdash and a healthy dose of green!

You could pick only green foods when planning St. Patrick&rsquos Day appetizers to serve at a party, but creamy dairy, farm-fresh veggies, and hot-from-the-oven breads are all traditional Irish foods that are worthy of a spot on your table. Never fear, our collection of easy recipes also includes plenty of emerald-colored options (from spinach dip to zucchini tots to an herb-packed frittata) to go with your green beer. They pair pretty nicely with a pint of Guinness, too.

Make one or two (or more) as starters for a feast leading up to a main course of St. Patty&rsquos corned beef. By the time you've brought out the rainbow popcorn and shamrock cupcakes for dessert and poured some coffee (perhaps with a shot of whiskey) your guests will be definitely be feeling the luck o' the Irish.

Traditional Corned Beef

Kiersten Hickman/Eat This, Not That!

It doesn't get more Irish than corned beef. Though a fun fact about this dish, it is actually a slab of pickled brisket, but I think we can all agree, corned beef sounds a bit more appetizing.

While this is one of the classic St. Patrick's Day recipes you need at your celebration, the easy slow-cooker preparation makes it a meal you can use to feed your whole family any time of the year.

Get our recipe for Slow Cooker Corned Beef.

Here are over 25 recipes to make on St. Patrick’s Day!

Bread Recipes:

Irish Soda Bread – A quick bread consisting of traditional ingredients like flour, baking soda, salt, butter and buttermilk. The flavor is mild with texture similar to the inside of a biscuit. Delicious served warm, spread with salted butter and jam or toasted and served with eggs and corned beef hash. One loaf yields 8 to 10 slices.

No Knead Rye Bread – Easy and delicious. Simply combine the ingredients the day before and let time do its magic. This bread is baked in a hot dutch oven so it develops the most delicious crust. Recipe yields 1 loaf or about 12 slices.

Soups and Stews:

Irish Cheddar Beer Soup – Vegetables are sautéed in bacon fat and cooked in beer, broth and half & half and then combined with creamy Irish cheddar cheese. Homemade pretzel bread bowl, optional. Topped with chopped bacon, chives and more cheese. Serves 8 in around an hour.

Irish Stout Beef Stew – A hearty beef stew chocked-full of beef, beer and root vegetables. Serve with a good, seedy and crusty buttered bread.

Snacks and Appetizers:

Irish Cheddar Bacon Jalapeño Potato Skins – Crispy and cheesy and oh-so-bacon-y. Potato skins filled with Irish cheddar, crispy chopped bacon, diced jalapeño and baked until the cheese melts, bacon crisps up more and the jalapeños soften. Yields 20 potato skins.

Guinness Dubliner Dip – A cheesy and addictive warm appetizer. Caramelized onions are mixed with Dubliner cheese, softened cream cheese and Guinness beer, baked in the oven until golden and bubbly. I like to serve this Guinness Dubliner Dip with toasted slices of rye bread.

Irish Nachos – A fun “Irish” twist by using slab bacon, Irish cheese and fresh potatoes. Baked until crispy and cheesy! Serve with a good Irish ale.


Colcannon – An Irish potato dish of mashed potatoes and kale (or cabbage). In my recipe, I mix in roasted leeks and garlic, sautéed kale and bacon for the ultimate St. Patrick’s Day side. Serves 6 to 8.

Roasted Cabbage Steaks – An excellent meatless main or side dish to steak, chicken or your St. Patrick’s Day corned beef. Seasoned thick slices of green cabbage are roasted until golden brown and caramelized. Serves 4 to 6 in under 30 minutes.


Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage – Corned beef brisket and vegetables cook low and slow in beer with onions and garlic for a simple and easy St. Patrick’s Day meal.

Guinness Beef Pot Pie – Full of tender beef and vegetables in a thick, rich and flavorful stout gravy and topped with an Irish cheddar pie crust. This delicious St. Patrick’s Day pot pie will serve 8 generously.

Skillet Shepherd’s Pie – This skillet meals comes together easily and is one comforting meal that the whole family will love.

Dublin Coddle – An Irish one-pot collaboration of bacon, pork sausage, potatoes and onions.

Irish Bangers and Mash – Served topped with a caramelized onion gravy is soul warming comfort food at its best. Serve with crusty bread and peas.

Corned Beef and Cabbage (Irish Boiled Dinner) – A classic Irish-American dinner served on St. Patrick’s Day. Here I have a step-by-step post on how best to prepare corned beef brisket with boiled vegetables. This recipe is foolproof and delicious!


Irish Whiskey Cake – A simple, vanilla and sour cream bundt cake brushed with an Irish whiskey glaze. Slice, drizzle with extra glaze and top with whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side. Will serve 12 to 16.

Lucky Charms Cookies – A super soft vanilla cookie studded with lucky charms marshmallows and sprinkle of gold turbinado sugar, giving these incredible and unique texture.

Bailey’s Chocolate Pistachio Fudge – A boozy chocolatey perfection! A velvety, Irish cream liqueur infused chocolate fudge studded with lightly salted chopped pistachios.

Lucky Charms Marshmallow Treats – A fun twist on the classic treats. Lucky Charms cereal is mixes with a simple vanilla marshmallow mixture. A super fun sweet treat!

Chocolate Guinness Brownies – chocolate and stout beer collide in a decadent and fudgy brownie. Topped with a simple brown butter stout frosting (because why not?) for the ultimate Guinness brownie experience. Serves 9.


Boozy Shamrock Shake – In this spiked milkshake, peppermint schnapps and Irish whiskey are blended with vanilla ice cream, served with a swirl of whipped cream, sprinkles and a cherry on top! Recipe yields 2 to 4.

Homemade Baileys Irish Cream – Easy and with simple ingredients, this only takes a few minutes and yields 3-1/2 cups. Did I mention it’s delicious?! It should last up to 2 months in the fridge if stored in an air-tight container.

Irish Slammer – A shot glass of half Irish cream liqueur and Irish whisky is dropped into a pint of Guinness. Drink quickly to avoid the Irish cream from separating!

Boozy Baileys and Coffee Milkshake – Coffee ice cream is blended up with milk, chocolate syrup, cold coffee and Baileys Irish cream until thick. Serve in chilled glasses topped with whipped cream for a deliciously cool adult shake.

Shamrock Shakes (non-alcoholic) – Vanilla ice cream, mint extract and chocolate sandwich cookies blended together and topped with whipped cream and a cherry.


Corned Beef and Cabbage Chowder – Everything you love about a boiled dinner but in soup form. Tender pieces of leftover corned beef, russet potatoes, cabbage with carrots, celery and onions in flavorful creamy soup spiked with Irish stout. Top with snipped chives and toasty rye croutons. Serves 6 to 8.

Corned Beef and Rye Panzanella – Day old rye bread is toasted and tossed with radicchio, roasted brussles sprouts, onion, leftover corned beef and tossed in a zippy horseradish dijon vinaigrette.

Corned Beef and Cabbage Stromboli – Corned beef, cabbage and cooked potatoes are rolled up with cheese in homemade whole wheat pizza dough and baked until golden brown. Slice and dip in zingy Guinness mustard. Leftovers never tasted good!

Corned Beef Hash – leftover corned beef is diced and tossed with cooked potatoes and seasonings. Delicious serve with fried eggs, toast and hot coffee.

Corned Beef Sandwich – Put that leftover corned beef to use by layering on rye bread with cheese, homemade Russian dressing, pickles and then grill to perfection!

Enjoy! And if you give one of these Recipes To Make On St. Patrick’s Day a try, let me know! Snap a photo and tag me on twitter or instagram!

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Kid Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Elevate your St. Patrick’s Day recipes with an array of green-colored foods to get your kids involved. It’s a great way to get them to eat some healthy food! And a fun time when they come up with their own ideas, too. These St. Patrick’s Day recipes are just a couple ways to have fun with cooking to celebrate. For dozens more kid-friendly St. Patrick’s Day recipe ideas, check out this list from Taste of Home.

  • Clover shaped anything! With a clover-shaped cookie cutter or some smooth knife skills, you can cut your kids’ sandwich, cookies, sliced fruit, and more into the shamrock shape. Tacoma Boys’ has a wide selection of gluten-free bread, too, so no one will be left out of the fun-shaped sandwiches.
  • Boil some of Mrs Miller’s Homemade Spinach Noodles and toss with Santini Pesto Genovese for an extra green kick. Serve with Tacoma Boys’ Panko-Breaded Chicken Cordon Bleu for a complete and satisfying meal.

  • Throw together a green-themed charcuterie board with Tacoma Boys’ fresh sliced Deli Meats, Creminelli Italian Salami, Boars Head Havarti with Dill, Divina Green Olives, and crackers like Tacoma Boys’ French Baguette Chips. For a comprehensive guide on building the perfect charcuterie board, check out Tacoma Boys’ blog on charcuterie boards here.

Irish stew

When you think of stew, you probably think "meat and potatoes," (and maybe carrots and onions) which is more or less exactly what this traditional Irish stew recipe consists of. But beyond the basic ingredients, to make a truly delicious stew, you need time — about two and a half hours, to be exact. That's because in addition to the basics, this stew includes herbs, spices, and sauces that, when given time to simmer and cook for several hours, bring out flavors in the lamb and potatoes that will keep you returning to the pot for second (or maybe third) helpings. Just don't forget to serve the stew with your homemade beer bread or another crusty loaf (it's fine to buy one pre-made if you must) — you'll want to sop up all the extra broth when you've finished your stew. It really is that good!

St. Patrick's Day Recipes and Recipes for Leftovers

Below are a few of our favorite "O'Brien" Irish recipes, plus a couple of others to make with any leftovers. *Note: All recipes are really good even if it's not St. Patricks day or, even if you're not Irish! )

Wild Idea's Buffalo Corned Brisket is one of our fabulous heat & eat items and it is so, so, so delicious. If you haven't tried it, you should!

1 - Wild Idea Buffalo Corned Brisket
1 - can beer
1 - pound baby potatoes, par cooked and halved
4 - cups cabbage, sliced or Brussels sprouts, halved
coarse whole grain mustard

  • Place corned brisket and the liquids from the package in a heavy stockpot over medium high heat, add the beer and bring to a boil.
  • Add the potatoes to the pot, pushing down along the sides and cover with the cabbage. Cook for 5 minutes, then cover and reduce the heat to medium low, cooking for an additional 8 minutes or until vegetables are tender.
  • Remove all ingredients from the pot and arrange on a platter. Serve with mustard. Super easy and super delicious!

This traditional Irish dish was often made from leftovers, using whatever vegetables were available. Feel free to change to your liking or availability. The light broth allows the flavors of each ingredient to come through, and although hearty, is also light. And, it’s so good! Enjoy.

1 – 8 ounce package Wild Idea Buffalo Bacon
1 – 1 pound package Wild Idea Buffalo Brats
2 – tablespoons olive oil
3 – organic onions, sliced ¼” thick and quartered
2 – quarts organic chicken broth
1½ - pound organic baby golden potatoes, sliced
4 – cups organic carrots, peeled and sliced
1 – turnip, peeled and cubed
1 – cup parsley, chopped
2 – teaspoons black pepper
1 – teaspoon salt
2 – teaspoons dried thyme
*Optional – ¼ teaspoon cayenne

  • In heavy stockpot over medium high heat, heat 1 tablespoon of the oil, and add half of the bacon. Cook, turning once until slightly crispy. Place cooked bacon on a paper bag or paper towel. Repeat with remaining bacon.
  • Add the brats to the pan, and allow to brown, turning occasionally.
  • Remove brats, and place on a paper bag or paper towel.
  • Add remaining tablespoon of olive oil, heat and add onions. Cook for about ten minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally.
  • While onions are cooking, chop cooked buffalo bacon and cut brats into ½” slices.
  • Add most of the bacon back to the pot, reserving a little to sprinkle on top for garnish. Stir to incorporate.
  • Add stock to the pot and bring to a full boil. Add vegetables, half of the parsley and seasonings, and bring to a full boil again.
  • Reduce heat to low, add the sliced buffalo brats, and simmer uncovered for about 45 minutes or until vegetables are tender.
  • Taste and adjust seasonings to your preference.
  • To serve, ladle desired portions into bowls, covering each with broth, and garnish with remaining parsley and remaining bacon bits.

IRISH STEW & COLCANNON (Serves 6 to 8)
For those that like to use the crockpot, this recipe is for you. The meat turns out perfectly, and the gravy is just right. Although many Irish stews use Guinness, I find stout too strong for grass-fed buffalo meat, but use what you like. Also, I roast the vegetables for a firmer texture, but they could easily be added right to the pot. The method listed below makes for a great presentation.

Colcannon Ingredients:
½ - lb. cabbage or kale, sliced
¼ - cup parsley sprigs
4 - green onions, chopped
½ - cup hot milk
2 - lbs. butter potatoes
3 - tablespoons butter
½ - teaspoon each salt and pepper

Vegetables Ingredients:
6 - carrots, peeled and sliced
4 - parsnips, peeled and sliced
4 - leeks, halved and sliced
2 - teaspoons olive oil
salt and pepper

Base ingredients for Stew:
1 - 3 - lb. Wild Idea Buffalo Chuck Roast, rinsed, patted dry, and netting removed.
1 - teaspoon olive oil
1 - teaspoon garlic powder
1 - teaspoon thyme
1 - teaspoon salt
1 - teaspoon pepper
2 - bay leaves
2 - celery stalks
½ - onion, chopped
1 - cup cherry tomatoes, halved
2 - bottles of amber beer
2 - cups buffalo stock or organic beef stock
½ - cup red wine
1 - tablespoon arrowroot or cornstarch

Colcannon (Irish mashed potatoes with cabbage)

  • Add cabbage to a pot of boiling water, reduce heat and simmer until tender. Add parsley and green onions and continue to simmer for two minutes.
  • Drain water and place cabbage in blender with ¼ cup hot milk, salt, and pepper. Puree.
  • Place potatoes in pot of boiling water and simmer, covered for 15 minutes. Drain all but 2 inches of water from the pot and continue to cook uncovered until water is gone or potatoes are tender.
  • Allow the potatoes to cool a bit for easy handling and then pull skins off the cooked potatoes while they are still warm. Place in a mixing bowl with butter and remaining hot milk.
  • Smash the potatoes first and then mix with electric mixer until fluffy. Add the cabbage puree and mix until just incorporated. *Set aside or refrigerate until ready to serve. I make this the night before and reheat in microwave before serving.

Vegetables: For best results, prep vegetables ahead of time and roast right before serving.

  • Preheat oven to 400°.
  • Place prepared vegetables on baking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil and season with salt and pepper.
  • Roast vegetables for about 10 minutes or until they are al dente and slightly browned.
  • Turn crockpot to high. Place olive oil, garlic powder, thyme, salt, and pepper in crockpot and mix together.
  • Roll prepped roast around in the herbs in the crockpot, until evenly covered.
  • Add bay leaf, celery, onion, tomatoes, beer, and stock.
  • Cook on high, covered, for 1 hour. Reduce heat to low and let cook for up to 8 hours. *It is important to know your personal crockpot settings and temperatures. You can cook at a higher heat, but then reduce your hours.
  • Remove the roast from pot and place on cutting board. Using two forks, pull Buffalo roast apart into serving size pieces.
  • Turn crockpot back to high, letting juices come to a boil.
  • Mix red wine and arrow root together and whisk into juices. Adjust to your desired thickness, and season to taste.
  • Return buffalo roast pieces back to crockpot.

To Plate: In a shallow soup or pasta bowl, place a scoop of hot colcannon to edge of bowl. Place buffalo roast into side of colcannon. Ladle gravy in bowl, and add the roasted vegetables to the gravy. Serve with crusty bread.

With Wild Idea’s Corned Buffalo Brisket, not making Corned Buffalo Hash is no longer an option in our house. This is one of Dan’s favorite breakfasts, but I had to give it a Jill twist! The creamy spinach is so good with the slightly crunchy hash. No complaints were registered, just a request to make it again. A great lazy weekend meal.

Ingredients for Hash: (serves 2)
1 ½ - tablespoons oil
2 - medium potatoes, pre-cooked and chopped (*Leftovers work well.)
¼ - cup chopped onion
1 - cup chopped Wild Idea Corned Buffalo Brisket
2 - eggs
½ - cup hot water
salt & pepper

Ingredients for Creamed Spinach: (serves 2)
1 - tablespoon butter
¼ - cup onion, minced
1 - teaspoon garlic, minced
2 - big handfuls spinach
1/3 - cup heavy cream
salt & pepper

  • In a sauté pan over medium high heat, heat 1 tablespoon of the oil and add the potatoes, onion, and a pinch of salt & pepper. Allow the potatoes to brown a bit before stirring. Continue to cook until the potatoes are lightly browned, about 8 minutes. Add the Corned Buffalo and stir to incorporate. Continue to cook for 3 minutes.
  • Simultaneously in another sauté pan over medium -to- medium low heat, melt the butter for the creamed spinach. Add the onions and garlic and cook until tender, about 6 minutes. Add the spinach and cover, stirring occasionally until spinach is wilted. Add the heavy cream and stir in to incorporate. Reduce heat to low and allow the cream to reduce and thicken a bit.
  • Transfer the hash to a plate and cover with foil. Wipe the pan out with a paper towel and return to the burner over medium heat. Brush the pan with the remaining oil. Add the eggs to the pan, and then add the hot water and cover. Baste for 1 to 2 minutes.
  • To serve, divide the spinach between two plates and top with desired amount of hash. Place basted egg on the top and season with a pinch of salt & pepper.


These combined ingredients are pretty hard to beat. A spoonful of goodness in every bite!

Ingredients: (4 to 6 servings)
1 - tablespoon butter
2 - stalks celery, chopped
½ - onion, chopped
½ - teaspoon caraway seed, crushed or chopped
½ - teaspoon salt & pepper, each
2 - cups vegetable stock or broth
2 - potatoes, cooked, peeled, and cut (*Microwave works great for this)
1 - tablespoon cornstarch
4 - cups milk
3 - ounces Swiss cheese, chopped
3 - cups cabbage, chopped
2 - cups Wild Idea Corned Buffalo, cubed or pulled
1/2 - lemon, juiced
½ - teaspoon cayenne pepper
Shredded Swiss
Rye Croutons
Green Onion

  • In a heavy bottomed soup pot over medium high heat, melt butter and add celery, onion, caraway, and salt and pepper. Cook for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Add the broth and the potatoes and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until vegetables are tender.
  • Transfer the vegetables to a food processor or large blender, along with the cornstarch, 2 cups of the milk, and the cheese. Pulse process until well blended. (*Optional: I blend again in my smoothie blender for a super creamy texture.)
  • Return soup to pan over medium heat and stir in the remaining 2 cups of milk. Bring the base to a boil, stirring constantly.
  • Add the cabbage and the Corned Buffalo and stir to incorporate. Bring to a boil again stirring constantly. Reduce heat to low, cover, and cook until cabbage is tender, about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Wisk in lemon juice, cayenne, and season to taste with salt and pepper.
  • To serve, ladle desired amounts of soup into bowls and top with shredded cheese, croutons, and green onions.

2 to 3 - slices of rye bread, cubed
2 - tablespoons olive oil
1 - teaspoon garlic or onion powder
¼ - teaspoon cayenne pepper

Preparation: Toss all ingredients on a baking sheet and toast under the broiler, third rack down, and toss occasionally until lightly browned.


Carol O'Brien

I buy my ground buffalo at Vitamin Cottage Natural Foods Market. Is there anywhere in the Denver area to purchase your roasts?
Love the look of the recipes!

Lucile Morehouse

Just read through the recipes. Mouth is watering. The photography and presentation phenomenal! Your recipes I’ve tried in the past hit the spot and are unique. Thanks for taking the time!

100+ St.Patrick’s Day Recipes

This list of over 100 recipes for St.Patrick&rsquos day has savory and sweet, breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert ideas to celebrate March 17th! It&rsquos your comprehensive list to find your new favorite recipes to celebrate St.Patrick&rsquos day.

This list of over 100 ideas for fun and festive St.Patrick&rsquos day recipes is here to help you plan your festivities for March 17th! Make a leprechaun cheeseball or a surprise shamrock cake and impress all your friends and family!

What is St.Patty&rsquos day if not a celebration! Celebrate the day by making festive food. Everyone loves a theme and St.Patrick&rsquos day lends itself to so many fun ones. Green, rainbow, leprechauns and pots of gold are all a win in my book!

Enjoy this large list and let me know if you make anything! Leave a comment, tell me on facebook or tag me on instagram! It&rsquos the best part of my day when I get to see your creativity through the interwebs! 🙂

40 Best St. Patrick's Day Desserts That Are So Much Fun to Make

Looking for a way to sweeten up your St. Patrick's Day? Yes, you already have the St. Patrick's Day recipes ready to go, like corned beef and cabbage and a loaf of Irish soda bread. But what about something rich to finish off the day on a sweet note? These best St. Patrick's Day desserts are guaranteed to satisfy any sweet tooth come March 17, whether you're craving chocolate or even something a little boozy! Ahead you'll find tons of recipes for kids and adults, including cakes, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, and more. So put up your St. Patrick's Day decorations and then get to baking!

Anyone looking for a 21+ treat will find plenty of options (in addition to your annual green beer). Try a simple Guinness ice cream float or test your skills in the kitchen with a layered chocolate stout cake. They'll be the inspiration behind this year's St. Patrick's Day drinks! The kids will love the rainbow-inspired treats, such as the Lucky Charms bars or the Jell-O cups. And if you're after desserts that you might actually find in Ireland, check out the steps to make an Irish porter cake or a classic bread pudding. These easy St. Patrick's Day desserts will be even better than finding a pot of gold!

Baileys Bundt Cake

A boozy, moist and delicious Baileys bundt cake to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year. Or to celebrate pretty much anything, you will want to bake this Irish cream cake more than once a year.

Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mint chocolate chip cookies are perfect for St. Patrick’s Day and all year round. These scrumptious triple chocolate cookies are fabulously chewy with tender soft middles. A freshly-baked batch are a chocolate lover’s dream!

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