13 lucky recipes for St. Patrick's Day!
As I was going through the Rhodes blog to check out St. Patrick's Day recipes we'd posted in the past, I realized that we had thirteen. "How interesting!" said I. So today we're doing a Lucky 13 Rhodes Recipe Roundup chock full of recipes to help you get lucky! Errrr, be lucky? Have good luck? Something like that! Enjoy!
Can you believe this blog has been in existence for almost 5 years? It's hard to believe that this grand adventure started way back in 2011! Back then, we had just enough time to get in one St. Patrick's Day recipe. Here we go with #1!
A zesty twist on the traditional corned beef and cabbage.
As we travel on this journey through time, you'll be able to see how much our blog has changed over the years, but also how much has stayed the same. We've always strived to give you step-by-step photos and instructions to help you have great success making these recipes, and we still do that! In 2012, we managed 2 St. Patrick's Day recipes.
What better way to enjoy St. Patrick's Day than to put your favorite Irish foods on a pizza?
This recipe featured our first free printable, and you can still get it to add to the festivity!
And 2 more fun recipes in 2013 to go along with our 13 lucky recipes!
These clover-shaped dinner rolls add tons of fun to your meal and are easy enough for the kids to help with.
Another Pizza! This time with traditional sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and a tangy dressing for sauce.
By 2014 we were really rolling and posted 3 more fun recipes to add to our list!
Dipped in butter then lime zest and sugar, these sweet rolls are perfectly lucky! We even have a video of this one: https://youtu.be/UQVfsgByc8U
Rhodes dough braided around turkey pastrami, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut - a fun twist on a deli classic!
Did your mom used to turn everything green for St. Patrick's Day? Mine did! These pesto covered cloverleaf rolls will bring back the memories!
2015 brought a whopping 5 St. Patrick's Day recipe posts and our guest bloggers got really creative!
Made with our Cracked Wheat Texas Rolls, these swirl rolls are a delicious Reuben variation!
Here's a little more green for your celebration, this time with the addition of apple pie filling and green sprinkles!
By now you may be wondering "what's with all the corned beef"? It's called that because it's cured with large grain rock salt, or "corns" of salt. It's not a traditional Irish dish, but more associated with Irish Americans. No matter where it came from, it's yummy!
Ok, this one is just tons of fun! What kid wouldn't love to find his sandwich on this?
Tying your Rhodes dough into a Celtic knot has just got to be lucky!
And so far in 2016 we have .... 0 ideas. What!? Help us out and comment with your favorite St. Patrick's Day favorites. And may the luck be ever in your favor! Happy St. Patrick's Day from Rhodes!