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Delicious St. Patty's Day recipes that is sure to please even the pickiest eaters!

Lucky Leprechaun Rum Punch ~ Adding rum is optional, but highly encouraged. Get the recipe from Freutcake

Shamrock Soda Bread ~ Don't put your heart-shaped cookie cutters away just yet: You can use them to make this adorable shamrock-shaped soda bread. Get the recipe from Country Living



Shamrock Macarons ~ You better believe there's Bailey's chocolate ganache in these sandwich cookies. Get the recipe from Raspberry Cupcakes


Guinness Braised Short Rib Tacos ~ Just because it's an Irish holiday doesn't mean you can't incorporate tacos somehow. Get the recipe from Mountain Mama Cooks


Popcorn Rainbow ~ There might be sheep at the end of this rainbow but rumor has it that there's a pot of gold waiting at the real one. Get the recipe at Woman's Day


Beef and Guinness Pot Pie ~ Maybe you are team pot pie over shepherd's pie. We get it: These mini ones can me made with any stew recipe and store-bought puff pastry. Get the recipe from Home is Where the Boat Is


Irish Soda Bread Grilled Cheese ~ Speaking of St. Paddy's sandwich goals, we present soda bread grilled cheese with a wee bit of pesto to give it a green tinge. Get the recipe from Just a Taste

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Outdoor Happy Easter Flag
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Bottlebrush Chicks
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