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Slainte! St. Patrick's Day Sweets and Treats to Toast Erin go Bragh


Slainte is an Irish Gaelic term that literally means “health.” Today, as Irishmen and women everywhere clink their glasses together, they’ll be cheering “sláinte” or “sláinte mhaith” for “good health.” Another popular phrase you’ll hear is pledging allegiance to Ireland with Erin go Bragh, which is usually translated “Ireland forever.” So, as you raise your glass of Guinness, your black and tan or your gorgeous green beer, grab a few of these delicious treats to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style.

If you’re looking for traditional Irish foods like corned beef and cabbage, colcannon, Irish beef stew, Guinness stew and more, we have those too!

While rainbows for leprechauns may not be directly related to St. Patrick’s Day, who doesn’t need a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?
:: Slice and Bake Rainbow Sugar Cookies
:: Rainbow St. Patty’s Day Cake
:: Rainbow Cheesecakes
:: Homemade Rainbow Sprinkles
:: Rainbow Pudding

These alcohol-inspired beverages are sure to please. Irish car bombs? We have them. Whiskey cakes? Yep. Guinness-infused? Sure thing.

:: Guinness Chocolate Pudding
:: Irish Brownie Bombs
:: Guinness Irish Cheesecake Bombs
:: Whiskey Cake in a Jar

Photo by Kristan Roland
Celebrate with Green! These green-inspired desserts are sure to get you in the mood for a toast.

:: Vintage-Inspired St. Patrick’s Day Cookies
:: Green Beer Cupcakes
:: Lucky Vanilla Cupcakes
:: St. Patrick’s Day Special K Bars

Chocolate and Mint, Chocolate and Mint. What could be better than a bit of chocolate with a touch of mint?

:: Mint Fudge Brownie Parfaits
:: Shamrock Mint Oreos

Photo by Katie Goodman

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