It’s the time of the year once again when we fill our tables with healthy and green recipes. Then again, those green bagels and beer won’t suffice. After all, they aren’t nutritious. So, to help you plan what to serve on St. Patrick’s Day, here are 15 suggestions.
Wondering what’s with this beverage’s vibrant green hue? Spinach and kale. Not only do they make the dish delicious; they are also packed with vitamins A and C, iron, and antioxidants. Plus, it has mango and banana to add sweetness! This Banana Mango Green Smoothie Bowl is, indeed a must try.
Made with matcha powder, coconut flour, egg whites, and buttermilk, these Matcha Green Tea Coconut Pancakes are definitely a great hit! Serve it with pistachios, Greek yogurt, and honey for a healthy breakfast.
If the classic pancakes don’t impress you, here’s a new and healthy approach. It’s called Zucchini, Feta, and Spinach Fritters with Garlic Tzatziki. Because of the spinach and zucchini, these cakes achieved a green hue. Dill, feta, and yogurt made them more flavorful.
How about you start your day with a festive recipe like this Spicy BLT Green Bloody Marys? This delightful drink got its rich color from green tomatoes. Its unique kick is all credited to horseradish and jalapeño.
Another refreshing and healthy drink, this Pear and Arugula Smoothie is just what you need on St. Patrick’s Day. While the Greek yogurt makes it rich in protein, the arugula gives this smoothie an atypical flavor. It’s just a perfect combination!
Perfect for simple St. Patrick’s Day family get-togethers, this Crispy Green Beans with Pesto is made with green beans and homemade pesto. It is so easy to prepare that in 25 minutes, you get to serve 2 large portions for a crowd.
So how do you keep things simple during this time of the year? That’s easy. Have these Cucumber Feta Rolls as your centerpiece! These thin slices of cucumber with feta, olive, yogurt, and tomatoes should give your celebration a festive appeal.
Aren’t they mouthwatering? Now, we want to know what green recipes you are preparing for St. Patrick’s Day. Link up your recipes below!