There are a lot of traditional Irish desserts here. Keep away from shamrock-green food dyes and turn to the traditional Irish dishes that St. Patrick’s Day. Taste Soda Bread Pudding, Guinness Cake or Irish Coffee Cake Dessert Time – We swear good luck in Ireland, these benefits will be a blow.
The addition of Guinness makes a killer chocolate cake even guys can get excited about.
Irish Oat Flapjacks
One bite and you’ll be in buttery baked oatmeal heaven. These may look like granola bars, but the chocolate and golden syrup make them dessert appropriate in our book.
Orange Scented Whiskey Soufflé Pie
Made with mashed Yukon gold potatoes, whiskey and orange extract, this traditional “pie” is more like a soufflè — it naturally collapses after you to take it out of the oven.
Soda Bread Pudding
Traditional Irish soda bread gets cozy with spiced cream and caramel sauce. Got stale soda bread? Put it to good use here.
Irish Blueberry Scones
Eat em’ for breakfast or dessert. Either way, just eat all the scones because they are buttery and delicious.
Like a fruitcake but better because the fruit gets soaked in Irish whiskey first.
Irish pancakes are thinner than American ones which makes them perfect for stuffing with fruits, whipped cream and hot fudge.
Irish Coffee Cake
You’ve probably had Irish cream liqueur but did you ever think about putting it in your coffee cake? It’s only natural.