St. Patrick’s Day Food!

Start the day off with a glass of green milk in your a bowl of Lucky Charms eh?


Make sure you have a few drops of green food coloring, or lime-flavored syrup to toss into some seltzer or clear soda to make a fizzy, green beverage.

Just remember: A little drop or two of food coloring goes a looonnngg way.

Making pasta?
Serve your pasta with broccili or green Alfredo or pesto sauce.

Serve chicken with green gravy and green mashed potatoes. Yummmmmmmm.
Use with green vegetables, of course.

Make green whipped cream and don’t forget that touch of mint extract!

Offer up some sliced kiwis, green grapes, celery stalks, and don’t forget the green cupcake with green icing, oh..and some lime Kool-aid to wash it all down.
(But easy on the Kool aid k?)

And my all time favorite: Mint ice cream..with or without the chocolate chips.

Want to make it real easy on yerself?
The lighter the color of the food, the easier it is to make it green!

And don’t forget to get dolled up. Heh.

Now get started.
Whatcha waitin fer?

Sweet friends:

May your blessings outnumber
The shamrocks that grow,
And may trouble avoid you
Wherever you go.

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25 Responses to “St. Patrick’s Day Food!”

  1. Zeeva says:

    Are you really going to eat any food that looks THAT delicious? OMG what a feast! Yummy! Just looking at those pictures puts 5 pounds on you!

  2. dons_mind says:

    all right! a food post! and better yet, a green foodpost!!!! luv it!!

  3. KarL M says:

    A Holiday that centers around food…count me in…i am all Irish for the day..Pass the brewsky and the cake.

  4. Donna says:

    I am pretty muchc all Irish and we made a big deal of St. Pat’s day growing up. My mom used to make green mashed potatoes, and I have to tell you, it’s hard to eat green food that isn’t supposed to be green. LOL. The best thing to mark the day is a little Irish coffee with whipped cream and creme de menth on top. Now that’s a yum! : )

  5. z says:

    ADORABLE!! But, you’ve got to put Creme de Menthe in that soda in the top ‘recipe!’

    Thanks, Angel…it’s just so pretty to look at your food blogs! Happy Saint Patty’s Day! xx

  6. z says:

    wait..where’s the corned beef and cabbage!? (except they don’t EAT that in Ireland, did you know that!?)

  7. Jean Sullivan says:

    Outragious!! Great St. Pat’s greetings! Love it. Thanks for visiting my blog too. Thankful to have found you.

    Jean – a partial real Irish lady, with other stuff mixed in!

  8. Katie says:

    There goes my diet again.

    Have a great green day!

  9. Daily Rant says:

    And a Happy St. Pat’s Day you all of ya here.
    I hope you will be wearing the green today

  10. elvis the original terminator says:

    hahaaha… what a great spread you have here.
    After the gym we will be celebrating with fine ale and discussing tea parties here in NH.
    So far there are none scheduled. If anyone wants to help with this rop us a line.
    Oh and happy St. Patty’s Day.
    Love and Hugs,

  11. AP says:

    Great post! Happy St. Pat’s Day!

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  14. Debbie says:

    I make a mean chocolate chip mint ice-cream. Yum yum.

  15. Stephanie says:

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

  16. maria says:

    HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY angel. i love this post on all the yummy green food!!


  17. Ekawaaz says:

    I just love Mint ice cream….but hard to find in India….

  18. Gayle says:

    I must be hungry because I normally don’t like sweets but that last cake looks delicious!

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day, hon.

  19. Stanford Matthews says:

    There was a time near where I live that a little hole in the wall cafe would work up a serious feast of corned beef and cabbage, etc., for St Paddy’s Day. Never missed it. I do now because it’s gone. Irish eyes were smiling…. :-)

  20. cube says:

    Here’s an Irish toast for you:

    “May your heart be light and happy,
    May your smile be big and wide,
    And may your pockets always have
    a coin or two inside!”

    A coin or two inside our pockets is relevant for our times, eh?

  21. joe says:

    Dammit Angel, there’s another 10 pounds I gotta lose now. Just looking at your feasts puts the tonnage on me. Thanks alot! HA!

  22. Zeeva says:

    Happy Saint Patrick’s Day and do not eat too much! :)

  23. Tim says:

    My wife can just look at a sandwich and gain weight. Don’t tell her I said that.

  24. Pamela D. Hart says:

    I could NEVER be on a diet with your food blogs, Angel. They all look so delicious! Happy belated St. Patrick’s Day! Hope yours was a wonderfully happy one! You so deserve it!

  25. Brooke says:

    My husband said to tell you to NOT EVER post a pic of a chocolate cake like that one again! LOL!