Top 10 Vegan Recipes To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Don’t Kiss Me, I’m Not Irish

If you feel compelled to kiss random strangers for good luck on St. Patrick’s Day, I’d venture to say that you’ve taken superstitions too far. Kissing someone who is Irish is supposedly the next best thing to kissing the Blarney Stone although that’s also an act of questionable common sense. Hundreds of thousands of lips have graced that same limestone; do you really want to share those germs in a post-pandemic world?

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This year, I have ten sweet and savory vegan recipes for you to wrap your lips around instead. Full of lucky four-leaf clovers, potatoes, and glorious shades of green, any one of these treats is undoubtedly a better way to ensure good fortune. In fact, it will even grant you the “gift of gab,” since you won’t be able to stop raving about the delicious results.

Top 10 Vegan Recipes To Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the best vegan recipes that span from snacks to suppers, drinks to desserts.

3 thoughts on “Top 10 Vegan Recipes To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

  1. I completely agree with you that it’s not a good idea to kiss random strangers, especially during the post-pandemic era. Anyways Thanks for sharing these amazing vegan recipes to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Your recipes look fantastic and I’m excited to try some of them, especially the Irish Almond Cream Liqueur and the Cruciferous Colcannon.

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