With St. Patrick’s Day just days away it is time to start planning your feast! I am sure you are going to want to be out enjoying your parades, not inside slaving away, so why not use the slow-cooker? I’ve rounded up a few totally awesome St. Patrick’s Day foods that you can easily make in the slow-cooker. How about some corned beef and cabbage waiting for your when you get home from your morning out dancing to bagpipes? Slainte!
Classic Beef Stew 1 of 7Classic beef stew is always a great Irish meal. Serve it with mashed potatoes and Guinness for St. Patrick's Day!
Make classic beef stew
Corned Beef & Cabbage in the Slow-Cooker 2 of 7Possibly the most quintessential meal, this corned beef and cabbage dinner is a cinch to prep ahead and is perfet for St. Patrick's Day!
Make corned beef and cabbage in the slow cooker
Slow Cooker Baked Potatoes 3 of 7Baked potatoes might be the ultimate Irish side dish. Make them in the slow cooker and serve them with pot roast for a healthy, filling meal.
Make slow cooker baked potatoes
Leg of Lamb with Garlic & Rosemary 4 of 7A classic leg of lamb is a fabulous Irish meal that will please the whole family. Prep it in the morning to give you plenty of time to prepare the rest of the meal!
Make leg of lamb with garlic and rosemary
Steel Cut Oats in the Slow-Cooker 5 of 7Irish steel cut oats are perfect for the slow-cooker and this recipe is packed with protein and flavor.
Make steel cut oats in the slow cooker
Classic Pot Roast 6 of 7The classic pot roast is a common Irish dish that is easily made in advance. Prepare it before you leave for the parade!
Make classic pot roast
Guinness Stew with Parsley Dumplings 7 of 7This awesome guinness stew is topped with piping hot dumplings and can be made well in advance.
Make guinness stew with parsley dumplings
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