Mar 15, 2013 • By

A twist on traditional Irish foods for St. Patrick’s Day

No matter what your heritage, the luck of the Irish is with us all on St. Patrick’s Day. Whether you’re celebrating with the wearin’ o’ the green or wishing on a four-leaf clover for a full dinner, the General Mills family of websites feature delicious twists on traditional Irish cuisine that everyone will love.

irish colcannon

Irish Colcannon – Tablespoon.com

Traditional Irish Colcannon is a dish of boiled and mashed potatoes and cabbage. This version, by Tablespoon.com blogger BevCooks, features creamy mashed potatoes and healthy kale.

reuben sandwich

Classic Reuben Panini – BettyCrocker.com

Corned beef and cabbage is a big part of a traditional St. Patrick’s Day feast. These hot and crispy sandwiches are a great way to enjoy those classic flavors in each handheld bite.

raisin brown bread

Raisin Brown Bread – LiveBetterAmerica.com

Irish brown bread is typically dense and hearty. Lighten it up and add sweet pops of raisin.

Frosted Irish Cream Brownies – Pillsbury.com

There’s nothing traditional about these sweet treats – just a wee nip of Irish cream liqueur to put these decadent brownies over the top.

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