Over 35 healthy St. Patrick’s Day recipes and snack ideas. Most are vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free.
St. Patrick’s Day is next week and it’s the perfect time to add some color to your family’s diet in a super fun and natural way. Whether it’s an all-green dinner or rainbow snack, these healthy St. Patrick’s Day recipes are nourishing, tasty, and fun. I’ve compiled over 35 healthier St. Patrick’s Day recipes from my site as well as many other bloggers around the web who have offered to share their recipes with you. Let’s take a look!
Healthy Mint Chip Shake with Secret Spinach
I love this sweet mint chip shake. Nobody has to know spinach is actually imparting that gorgeous green color! Baby spinach has such a mild flavor, you can add it to just about anything without affecting the flavor.
These gorgeous pops are refreshingly dye-free and loaded with vitamins and minerals to fight cold and flu season.
These are just so cute. Any green fruit skewers are great for St. Patrick’s Day parties for kids.
Shepherd’s Pie is a classic St. Patrick’s Day recipe. My favorite way to make it is with lentils and veggies for a meatless variation.
A big bowl of guac graces pretty much all of our parties. It’s the California way and perfectly green. Slice a green bell pepper crosswise and lay it on top for a veggie shamrock garnish.
from the Yummy Mummy Kitchen cookbook shared on Marla Meredith (Yippee)
A party-favorite dip high in protein and again, green!
Green spinach in a crunchy filo crust makes a delicious breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Spirulina is an incredible superfood. It’s a natural algae that is very high in protein, B-vitamins, and iron.
Most kids love kiwi, making it an ideal smoothie flavor for sneaking in a handful of spinach.
Get your inner goddess glowing.
Save money and make green tea lattes at home. It’s easy and you can control the quality of ingredients.
and Green favorites from blogger friends…