St. Patty’s Day Food & Drink Recipes

Cool Gear headquarters are based in the historic town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, about forty minutes outside of Boston. Anyone who grew up in these mostly Irish Catholic neighborhoods knows that St. Patrick’s Day isn’t simply a fun day to wear green, it’s a completely wild, celebration that requires serious culture surrounding food and drinks. And while we’re not encouraging any green beer drinking contests, we do want to highlight some of our favorite St. Patty’s Day recipes, perfect for your own green-themed festivities!

Slow Cooker Corned Beef & Cabbage by The Cookie Rookie

Photo by: The Cookie Rookie

Photo by: The Cookie Rookie

Irish Braid Bread by Tablespoon

Photo by: Tablespoon

Photo by: Tablespoon

Savory Corned Beef Brisket with Irish Cheddar French Toast by Half Baked Harvest

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Photo by: Half Baked Harvest

Reuben Loaf by Me And My Insanity

Photo by: Me and My Insanity

Photo by: Me and My Insanity

Slow Baked Bacon & Cheese Potatoes by Moms With Crockpots

Photo by: Moms With Crockpots

Photo by: Moms With Crockpots

Easy Irish Soda Bread by Bake At Midnight

Photo by: Bake At Midnight

Photo by: Bake At Midnight

Apple Irish Cake With Custard Sauce by The Kitchen McCabe

Photo by: The Kitchen McCabe

Photo by: The Kitchen McCabe

Shamrock Pretzel Pops by Mommy’s Bundle

Photo by: Mommy's Bundle

Photo by: Mommy’s Bundle

Lime Sherbert Floats by The First Year Blog

Photo by: The First Year Blog

Photo by: The First Year Blog

Irish Coffee by The Kitchn

 

Photo by: The Kitchn

Photo by: The Kitchn

Shamrock Sour Cocktails by Pizzazzerie

Photo by: Pizzazzerie

Photo by: Pizzazzerie

And Last But Not Least… Green Beer!

Your favorite beer + 3-5 drops of green food coloring!

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