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  • Chocolate Guinness cupcakes

    Celebrate St Patrick's Day with these easy chocolate Guinness cupcakes that are rich and delicious (and finished with a circle of icing sugar and a glittery shamrock, of course!). This is the ONLY thing you'll want to bake for the all-important 17 March. This cupcake recipe makes for a really moist batch of cupcakes that will fast become a real family favourite. They’re really easy to make and make a real difference to your usual cupcake recipe, so a great one to try if you want a treat – and they’re not just for St Patrick’s Day. Using Guinness, these grown up cupcakes look and taste great. This recipe makes 24 cupcakes, so it’s a great recipe to make if you’ve got a crowd to feed or want something really special for a birthday party or get together. If you really want to make these look extra special on St Patrick’s Day, then top them off with edible glitter and shamrocks!

    • 4
    (21 ratings)
  • Irish stew recipe

    Irish stew

    This slow-cooking Irish stew recipe with potatoes, carrots, onions and celery is a filling and warming dish for any cold, winter's night. The whole family will love the hearty chunks of veggies and the meltingly tender meat in a thick, rich gravy that has been flavoured from all the ingredients in the Irish lamb stew. We've used some feesh herbs too but if you don't have them then you could use dried or substitute in some other flavours. Parsley would be delicious, as would sage or even a little mint. Because it's packed with really heart ingredients you won't need much else, but if you fancy an extra vitamin boost then you could add some green veg on the side. If you're feeling particularly hungry then you could mop up all the lovely juices from your Irish stew with some crusty bread.

    • 3
    (23 ratings)
  • Spring chicken

    Spring chicken with champ mash

    This delicious chicken recipe is perfect for a gathering of family and friends, while the casserole is wonderful with creamy Irish mash

    • 3
    (13 ratings)
  • Irish soda bread

    Cheesy, oaty Irish soda bread

    Soda bread is delicious with butter and fruity jam or with cheese or crispy bacon. Eat warm on the day it's baked

    • 4
    (15 ratings)
  • Irish Boxty pancakes

    Irish Boxty Pancakes

    Pile these Irish potato and spring onion pancakes high with cheese, beans, fried eggs or whatever you like, for a filling breakfast, brunch or dinner

    • 3
    (14 ratings)
  • Creamy Irish Liqueur Fudge

    Creamy Irish liqueur fudge

    This creamy fudge is the perfect Saint Patrick's Day treat for grown-ups with a sweet tooth. Or make the kid friendly milk fudge recipe!

    • 4
    (41 ratings)
  • St Patrick's Day cupcakes

    St Patrick's Day cupcakes

    Celebrate St Patrick's Day on the 17th March with these cute Irish-themed cupcakes. The cakes are made with a flavoursome stout and the icing is mixed with cream liquor for a traditional Irish taste

    • 3
    (22 ratings)
  • Bacon and cheesy soda bread wedges

    Bacon and cheesy soda bread wedges

    Perfect for breakfast, brunch or lunch - this Irish bread with added extras won't stick around for long!

    • 3
    (13 ratings)
  • Cheddar cheese shamrock biscuits

    Cheesy shamrock biscuits

    These tasty shamrock-shaped biscuits are perfect for St Patrick's Day on 17th March. Make a batch and tuck in!

    • 4
    (27 ratings)

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