Vegan Recipes For St. Patrick’s Day–Our Tasty Treats For St. Patty’s Day 2013
Valentine’s Day is over, and that means St. Patrick’s Day is almost knocking on the door. What do you do for St. Patrick’s Day? Have a party? Eat traditional Irish food? Wear your favorite green shirt? All of the above? Today, I’d like to focus on the food many people eat on St. Patrick’s Day. There’s corned beef and cabbage, Irish soda bread and different kinds of stews. What is a vegan to do on this holiday? What’s a person to eat when he or she does not eat meat, dairy or eggs? Don’t worry. Your Oldiez 96.1 Vegan is here to help with a few great meatless St. Patrick’s Day recipes.
Vegan Shamrock Shake
Do you like the limited-time-only Shamrock Shakes at McDonalds? Or, I should say, did you like the limited-time-only Shamrock Shakes at McDonalds before you were vegan? Well now, you can make these shakes vegan. It’s a pretty simple recipe.
Vegan Corned Beef
If there’s one traditional food that can be seen all over during St. Patrick’s Day, it’s corned beef and cabbage. Here’s some good news for vegans who want to participate in the traditional delicacy, you can make it meatless. This recipe takes some time to make, but it looks worth it.
Irish Soda Bread
Here’s another traditional food for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration–Irish soda bread.
If you’re looking to make something healthy and something green, here’s a great option. In the video, zucchini boats are made using green veggies from the kitchen.