Looking for St. Patrick’s Day meals for large families that your family will absolutely love? We’ve got you covered! St. Patrick’s Day is a fun way to celebrate Irish heritage or traditions. We get to add a splash of color to our outfits, walk on the wild side with unique green snacks and indulge in a dinner so delicious that it will be remembered all year long! If you have ambitions similar to mine, you are going to love these five large healthy meals!
St. Patrick’s Day Meals for Large Families
This meal is easy to make in the crock pot the night before your St. Patrick’s Day celebration! Love how Amee adds in fun facts about the background of the tradition of the Dublin Coddle! If you prefer to make large healthy meals for St. Patrick’s Day, you could sub out the regular bacon for turkey bacon.
With simple ingredients and an even simpler recipe, this is possibly one of the easiest St. Patrick’s day meals for large families ever. Just double the recipe to make it stretch further for more people.
Who doesn’t love pizza, right? How about taking that love for pizza and using it to introduce traditional Irish fare? The great part? You can make multiple pizzas to serve crowds, customizing each one for different tastes. Here’s a hint: you can buy pizzeria-style dough from your grocery store. Just go to the deli counter (if they serve pizza) and ask for thawed dough (or frozen, if you’re making it days later).
One of the most traditional St. Patrick’s Day meals for large families: beef stew! It does have one bottle of Guinness in it, but the alcohol burns out during the cooking process. If you’re concerned, though, you can swap it out and add in extra beef stock.
Finally, you can never go wrong with corned beef! Kalyn tells you how to make it in a pressure cooker for faster prep. That way, you can get in and out of the kitchen fast and spend more time playing fun St. Patrick’s Day party games with your guests!
These five St. Patrick’s Day meals for large families are fun ways to celebrate the Irish and try something different on the holiday. You’ll notice, though, that they all have meat in them. If you’re looking for large healthy meals with more of a vegetarian slant, check out our delicious ways to cook with cabbage.