Ways to Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day
There seems to be an abundance of potatoes in the Everyday Dishes & DIY test kitchen–St. Patrick’s Day must be coming! Our greenest green garments are ready to wear and we’ve all been working on our Irish brogues–Cheryl’s is pretty good, actually.
We’ve also been working on some yummy and creative ways for you to celebrate and show some Irish pride. Enjoy!
Our favorite ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
1. Potato vodka cocktail
Erin go braugh and celebrate with a potato vodka cocktail Irish whiskey is too bold for some to sip comfortably. Instead, celebrate the year’s biggest Irish holiday with a potato vodka cocktail!
2. Sea salt potato bites
Find yourself in potato bliss with these spud bites sprinkled with sea salt Love potato skins? Try a healthier alternative with our potato bites sprinkled with just the right amount of salt. Add a pint of Irish brew for the perfect taste combination!
3. Jello coins
Treat the kids to their very own pot of gold You may not have the luck of the Irish, but our pot o’ gold jello is just as fun as finding a treasure at the end of a rainbow. This dessert is as delightful for adults as it is for the kids.
4. Potato soup
Warm up the evening with hearty potato soup for your St. Paddy’s Feast Mid-march, it’s still pretty nippy out. Get warm by dishing up our hearty twice baked potato soup in honor of the Irish. We love to top ours with cheddar cheese and green onions. Yum!
5. Mr. potato head
Bring Mr. Potato Head back to life! Cheryl loves to tell the story about how her kiddos used to have so much fun creating their own versions of Mr. Potato Head – and your kids can too! Create a fun twist using real potatoes and veggies–then bake them for dinner!
6. Hash brown nests and deviled eggs
Top of the morning hash brown nests with deviled eggs St. Patrick’s Day isn’t just a night out on the town. Kick off the day’s festivities with a hearty breakfast of hash brown nests and deviled eggs.
7. Beer guide
Sláinte to good health It’s fun to try beers of all flavors. Visit our guide to find out the history and differences between the most popular beers from around the world.