Top o’ the Morning: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

I think I’ve finally decided that I just don’t like corned beef and cabbage, and I won’t be making it again this year.

I think this year I’m going to try my hand at this delicious sounding soup from The Skinny Fork.

Top o’ the Morning: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

Crock Pot Guinness French Onion Soup & Irish Cheddar Crouton

And we may or may not have purchased some Lucky Charms cereal to celebrate the holiday.

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and don’t miss these adorable St. Patrick’s Day printables from My Sister’s Suitcase:

And how cute is that rainbow fruit kabob!

Top o’ the Morning: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

And if you’re looking for a magical movie, try The Secret of Roan Inish

Top o’ the Morning: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

or the old classic, The Quiet Man.

Top o’ the Morning: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

Here are some highlights from several St. Patrick’s Day posts I’ve shared through the years:

Top o’ the Morning: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

A Vintage St. Patrick’s Day

A collection of inspired vintage St. Patrick’s Day images.

Top o’ the Morning: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

Recipe: Homemade Crasin Scones

Yum! Make them. With the honey-butter. NOW!

Top o’ the Morning: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

My favorite St. Patrick’s Day songs

Haha! The Muppets version of “Danny Boy” cracks me up EVERY time!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!

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5 comments

  1. Hot Dot says:

    One St. Patty’s Day a preschool mom cut limes in half and scooped out the inside. She made yellow jello jigglers and cut that into small cubes and put them inside the lime halves for pots of gold. Very cute but kind of expensive to make lots of them. I think she made limeade with the insides. I always enjoy a shamrock cut out cookie too! And my 2 pistachio cake recipes! I agree….no corned beef and cabbage in this house either! Just fun green stuff. And a scone! 🙂

  2. Thank you for posting this! I had been trying to decide on a movie to watch for St. Patrick’s Day this year with little success. I think I’ve finally settled on the musical Once, but I had quite forgotten about The Secret of Roan Inish, which was one of my favorite films as a child! I was always amazed by Fiona’s resourcefulness. Another great Irish children’s movie is War of the Buttons, although I didn’t fully understand some of the more serious moments in it until much later on. Happy early St. Patrick’s Day!

  3. salenya says:

    I am so glad you posted these! Thank you so much! I have married into an Irish-German family (I am Cherokee-German-English)… And have always wanted to do something special to celebrate with them! I will be using many of these suggestions!

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