Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

We know the world is a little crazy right now, but we didn’t want it to stop us from spreading a little luck and cheer this St. Patricks Day! ☘️

We’ve collected a couple classic Irish recipes with social distancing friendly ingredient lists. (AKA, the less ingredients the better.) And we have a fun St. Paddy’s Day craft to do with your kiddo’s while they are home from school!

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Irresistible Irish Recipes

We couldn’t think of a better time to enjoy a little comfort food!

Irish Beef Stew

This one had a special Irish secret ingredient (Hint: its Guinness)

The basic Irish Soda Bread to go with your stew. Feel free to spice it up however you want!

Mango Ginger Kale Green Smoothie

 So this is not an Irish recipe, but its green so it’s still on theme. And this is the best green smoothie you’ll ever have. We promise.

St. Paddy’s Day Crafts for your Little Leprechauns

Toilet Paper Roll Leprechaun Hat Craft

If you were someone who stocked up on TP, now you have something to do with all those empty toilet paper rolls!

End of the Rainbow Paper Plate Twirler

Get out some extra paper plates and turn them into these colorful decorations!

Did you know…

The color for St. Patricks Day was originally blue! The color shifted when the nickname “The Emerald Isle” became popular!


The first St. Patricks Day celebration in America occurred in Boston in 1737. 39 years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence!


It is thought that the 4 leaves on a shamrock represent hope, faith, love, and luck. We could all use a but more of that in the world right now. ☘️