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Tag Archive | "St. Patrick’s Day"

Green Velvet Pancakes

Monday, March 17, 2014

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Layer naturally-dyed green velvet pancakes with homemade whipped cream and top with a shamrock pancake for a festive way to start St. Paddy's Day.

Spinach, Feta & Garlic Pesto Flat Bread

Sunday, March 16, 2014

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Though a thin crust may seem like just a vehicle for the toppings, this flat bread {flavored with spinach, garlic and feta} is actually very tasty on its own or as a simple cheese and/or pesto breadstick. For my St. Patrick's Day flat bread, I had fun using shamrock and other festive {green} toppings.

Rainbow Smoothies

Sunday, March 9, 2014

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A naturally-dyed rainbow smoothie is proof that fruits and vegetables are fun and beautiful. The optional garnish of whipped cream clouds and gold chocolate coins turns a healthy snack into an even more festive treat.

St. Patrick’s Day Jelly Roll Cake

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Amidst the checkout chaos of paying for groceries with my 4 and almost 2-year olds, I started envisioning a naturally-dyed green jelly roll cake in the shape of a shamrock. And voilĂ ! Here we are a few days before St. Patrick's Day and my brainstorm image has come to life. You can enjoy your jelly roll in individual slices or arrange three slices per plate to make a festive St. Paddy's shamrock.

St. Patrick’s Day Cookies

Monday, March 12, 2012

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We don't have a shamrock cookie cutter so we improvised with green hearts and iced a stem on the plate. Spinach juice gave the powdered sugar glaze its beautiful natural green color.

St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Casserole

Thursday, March 17, 2011

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Color your breakfast casserole green with spinach juice for a festive St. Paddy's Day breakfast. Bake it in heart shapes and arrange the cooked green hearts into shamrocks, the symbol of Ireland.

Irish Soda Bread

Sunday, March 14, 2010

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With St. Patrick's Day still on my mind, I decided to make Irish Soda Bread. Irish Soda Bread is considered a quick bread because there is no yeast and therefore it doesn't need time to rise. Simply mix the ingredients together and bake it in a greased pan. The result is a large mounded loaf of bread with a golden, crusty exterior and a dense, scone-like interior.

Corned Beef Sandwich

Saturday, March 13, 2010

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The day after we had corned beef hash for dinner we made corned beef sandwiches for lunch with the leftover meat. I think we'll be having these again sometime in the near future because we definitely can't wait until next March!

Corned Beef Hash

Friday, March 12, 2010

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When I was little, my family would always celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a feast of corned beef, boiled potatoes and boiled cabbage. For me, the meal was never that exciting. It was our traditional leftover meal on March 18, however, that was always my favorite: corned beef hash.

Corned Beef

Friday, March 12, 2010

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St. Patrick's Day is approaching so I started thinking about corned beef. The funny thing is, corned beef isn't even a traditional Irish meal. According to some sources, it has become a traditional St. Patrick's Day meal in America because of the influence of the Irish-American population and the Irish immigrants back in the 1800's.

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