Vegan Saint Patrick’s Day Food Ideas

St. Patrick’s Day is almost here– how the heck is it already near the end of March?! I like any excuse to get more greens in to my diet and especially the family’s diet, though it’s quite a challenge as they’re all super picky eaters!

Here are some vegan St. Patrick’s Day food ideas (I mean, they’re green) that I’d like to make, or have made. I don’t like to get too crazy when it comes to making special occasion food, so I’ve chosen recipes that I would find easy to prepare.

Breakfast

greenilicious_coopers cherry pie smoothie

– one of the many awesome green smoothies from Greenilicious (shown above is Cooper’s Cherry Pie Smoothie)

Summer in a Glass Bottle smoothie from Bloom Nutrition

– Pesto Tofu Scramble from Veganology

Avocado Superfood Breakfast Toast from Choosing Raw

Mains and Sides

– Ethiopian Greens from Greenilicious:

Greenilicious Ethiopian greens

Zucchini and Broccoli Green Fritters from Quinces and Kale

Spinach and Tofu Ricotta Cannelloni from Little Vegan Bear

Crispy Smashed Potatoes with Avocado Garlic Aioli from Oh She Glows

Green Lasagna Rolls from Post Punk Kitchen

Home Style Split Pea Soup from Cadry’s Kitchen

Colcannon Puffs from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen:

colcannon puffs

Baked Artichoke Dip from Where’s The Beef?

Green Chickpea Hummus from Plant Powered Kitchen

Fig and Kale Salad from Allyson Kramer

– Green Monster Bread from Vegan Sandwiches Save The Day:

green monster bread

 

Sweets

Chocolate Layered Fudge from Green Gourmet Giraffe
Hint of Mint Cheesecake from Greenilicious

Grain Free Peppermint Nanaimo Bars from Ricki Heller

Pistachio Chocolate Truffles from One Green Planet

Avocado Strawberry ‘Cream’ Pie from Rawmazing

6 thoughts on “Vegan Saint Patrick’s Day Food Ideas

  1. I usually don’t focus much on St Patrick’s Day – I’m not sure if it wasn’t a big deal in Perth or I just missed it annually! – but being in London now I feel I ought to do something to notice it. This round out of recipes may just help 🙂 I just spotted the peppermint nanaimo bars on Ricki’s blog and they sound amazing!

  2. I don’t tend to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at all since here it mostly seems to involve lots and lots of green beer. However, green foods, I can totally get behind! Thanks for including my split pea soup. That was a nice surprise!

  3. ok I am just quickly browsing but will get back to these maybe tomorrow when I am planning for tuesday – argh – where has the time gone that it is just about St Pat’s day – really need lots of green and greens in my life – have kale so perhaps a green smoothie!

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