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Delicious recipes to celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Your family is going to love these tasty dishes

Delicious recipes to celebrate St. Patrick's Day

What better way is there to "Go Green" for this fun holiday, than to make some traditional Irish food. We also have fun green and rainbow recipes too.

Shamrock Fried Eggs - Moscato Mom
Start your morning with a super easy to make breakfast that sneaks in a veggie. The best part is it only has three ingredients. Treat your family to a fun breakfast on St. Paddy's Day.

Rainbow Fruit Salad Parfaits - Thirty Handmade Days
What kid doesn't love a rainbow? Now they can chow down on one. This recipe is chock full of healthy and yummy fruit. Top with a little whipped cream or yogurt and your kids are sure to be delighted. 

Just about everyone loves mac and cheese. It's a favorite in my house for sure. This is a nice twist on the recipe and it adds some veggies for good measure and health. With lots of gooey cheese your family is sure to love want this dish all year long.

St. Patrick's Colcannon - Cooking Journey
Colcannon is a much loved Irish dish that is tasty and easy to prepare. All you need are some potatoes, garlic, kale and some spices and you will be good to "Go Green" for your family's dinner.

Last, but not least, we have traditional corned beef and cabbage. Just put all your ingredients in a baking dish and pop it into the oven. Have an easy, foolproof dinner with minimal clean up too.

Chocolate Shamrock Cookies - The Partiologist
We can forget the shamrocks or dessert. Bake up some cookies with the kids and let them have fun decorating them with icing and colored sugar.

Want more yummy recipes for St. Patrick's Day? We have tons more on our Pinterest board here.

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