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It’s almost that time! Where rivers are dyed green, shamrocks abound, and people wear head-to-toe green. I’ll admit, I’ve never really been one to dive into the celebration (maybe because I’m not Irish), but my husband, who does have Irish blood, seems to love it. And I do love making some special, healthy St. Patrick’s Day food to celebrate.
I especially love this time of year for how inexpensive cabbage usually is! While I’ve yet to see the huge price drops we often see, it has dropped by about a quarter a pound in my area. With the lower prices, it’s a great time to buy a few extra heads. They keep well in the fridge, and even longer when shredded and fermented into kraut. Plus sauerkraut, and other ferments, have many amazing health benefits, including improving gut health and even lowering blood pressure. Ready to ferment? Grab this free Fermenting Formulas Cheat Sheet from my friend Wardee at Traditional Cooking School, and learn to confidently create your own safe-to-eat and delicious fermented salsas, chutneys, pickles, or krauts.
Healthy St. Patrick’s Day Food
- Corned Beef and Cabbage
- Corned Beef on Rye
- Creamed Cabbage
- Barley Soup
- Spinach Crepes Bernoise
- Warming Beef and Cabbage Soup
- Air Fryer Green Falafel and Tzatziki Sauce
- Chilled Cucumber Soup
- Cabbage Patties
- Avocado Deviled Eggs
- Cilantro Lime Hummus
- Guacamole with Homemade Tortilla Chips
- Green Fruit Salad
- Rainbow Pinwheels
What are your St. Patrick’s Day food Plans? Leave a comment below!