This St. Patrick’s Day, you can have your beer and eat it too — no seriously, you can actually drink your Guinness alongside a delicious recipe that incorporates Ireland’s favorite stout into the mix. Whether you prefer salty, savory, or sweet, there’s a Guinness recipe out there for everyone. We’ve rounded up the 10 most mouthwatering recipes that incorporate Guinness to make sure your Irish fix is fully satisfied. Grab a can and get to cooking!
For a classic Irish dinner, look no further than this hearty beef and stout stew recipe. We love the texture of the cremini mushrooms alongside the beef. Plus, the soy sauce gives it an extra kick of umami.
Who doesn’t love fondue on a chilly night? Pair Guinness with this delicious beer-cheese recipe for a delectable dipping experience. Disclaimer: You will be FULL.
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Who says you can’t have Guinness for breakfast? This bread is heavenly along with a nice (Irish) coffee.
These pulled pork sliders make a perfect at-home happy hour snack for St. Patrick’s Day festivities. We recommend making extras — your friends will love these.
Another classically Irish dish to celebrate the day. The combination of honey, cinnamon, and thyme with a cold, malty Guinness is to die for.
O.K., who doesn’t love brownies? Better yet, who doesn’t love stout brownies? That’s what we thought. Forget dessert wine — the chocolatey notes of Guinness make it the perfect pairing for these fudgy brownies.
Who says surviving on a liquid diet is hard? When said diet is composed of Guinness soup and Guinness beer, we actually find it rather easy. Plus, potatoes and Guinness — does it get any more Irish than that?
Macaroni & cheese is the ultimate comfort food, and just what we want to be eating with our beer. When prepared with Irish cheddar and Guinness, it’s a whole new level of delicious.
For a simple, Irish-tinged bar snack, whip up a quick batch of these Guinness-glazed nuts for a sweet & salty snack.
We had to end it on a high note. Stout-infused truffle pretzels for dessert, anyone?