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Pot of Gold Recipe


Ingredients

  • 1 part Sauza Blue Reposado 100% Agave Tequila
  • 12 parts of your favorite microbrew beer
  • Lemon slice
  • 4 parts limeade

Directions

In a cocktail shaker filled partway with ice, combined tequila and limeade until cold and frothy. Top with beer.


Pot O' Gold

Flatten each biscuit and wrap around a cube of cheese. Drop into boiling soup. Cover and cook 5 minutes.


Recipe Summary

  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ¾ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup butter
  • 1 cup Guinness stout
  • ¾ cup special dark cocoa powder (such as Hershey's)
  • 1 tablespoon instant coffee granules
  • 1 ½ cups granulated sugar
  • ½ cup packed brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 3 eggs
  • ¾ cup sour cream
  • 1 ½ cups butter, softened
  • 5 cups powdered sugar
  • 6 tablespoons Irish cream liqueur or caramel-flavor coffee creamer
  • ⅓ cup butterscotch-caramel sauce (such as Mrs. Richardson's)
  • ½ cup assorted green and/or gold sprinkles

Preheat oven to 350°F. Line twenty-four 2 1/2-inch muffin cups with cupcake liners. In a large bowl whisk together flour, baking soda, baking powder, and 3/4 teaspoon salt.

Melt the 1 cup butter in a saucepan over medium-low. Once melted, remove from heat and stir in Guinness, cocoa powder, instant coffee, and granulated sugar. Continue stirring until smooth.

In the bowl of an electric mixer combine brown sugar and 1 teaspoon of the vanilla. Add melted butter mixture and beat on medium-low until cooled. Reduce to low. Add eggs one at a time, beating after each addition until eggs are incorporated.

With mixer on medium, add flour mixture alternately with sour cream, beating until combined and scraping down the sides of the bowl as necessary. Divide batter evenly among muffin cups. (They will be nearly full.)

Bake 18 to 20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the centers comes out clean. Let cool in pans 5 minutes remove to wire rack. Let cool.

For frosting: In the bowl of an electric mixer beat the softened butter on medium-high until creamy. Reduce speed add powdered sugar, liqueur, caramel sauce, and the remaining 1 teaspoon vanilla. Increase speed to medium-high beat until frosting is smooth and fluffy.

Push the large end of a large pastry tip into center of each cupcake, twist to remove a plug of cupcake set plugs aside. Fill each cupcake with approximately 1 teaspoon of the sprinkles. Trim off half the cupcake plugs and place in holes to seal in sprinkles. Pipe or frost cupcakes. Makes 24 cupcakes.


17 St. Patrick’s Day Recipes Better Than a Pot of Gold

Too often, people remember the soggy, flavorless cabbage casseroles of their youth without realizing the great potential that this vegetable has. In this easy recipe, cabbage is the star of the show, and you won’t find a soggy leaf in the house. Cook this as a side dish for your corned beef, or have it as the main event when you’re looking for vegetarian-friendly St. Patrick’s Day recipes.

Get our recipe for Easy Baked Cabbage.

Every year when McDonald’s announces the return of the Shamrock Shake, fans from across the nation flock to their nearest drive-thru. But, you don’t even have to leave the house to have your very own minty milkshake, thanks to this spot-on copycat recipe. With just four ingredients, you’ll want to keep this recipe on hand long after March has passed.

Get our recipe for Copycat Shamrock Shake.

Simply drinking your Guinness on St. Patrick’s Day isn’t enough. With this recipe, you get to eat it too. Beer and beef have always gone hand-in-hand, but the braising method here really brings out the best of both flavors. And, the best part is, you can have little sips of the Guinness while you are cooking!

A cold March night calls for a big pot of soup. And after a day of celebrating on St. Patrick’s Day, there is nothing better to come home to than hearty baked potato soup. Many Irish recipes utilize an abundance of potatoes, but this soul-warming classic never gets old. And, if you make enough for leftovers, it is even better the next day…though it might just be so good that you don’t find yourself with any leftovers at all!

Get our recipe for Hearty Baked Potato Soup.

That baked potato soup would be nothing without a big hunk of freshly made bread to sop it up with. There is no better bread for St. Patrick’s Day than Irish soda bread. Buttermilk and cold butter are the perfect combination that sets this recipe apart, and the baking soda gives the loaf its signature texture.

What fun is St. Patrick’s Day without a hunt for a pot of gold? In this case, bring the gold right to your breakfast table with this healthy, golden mango smoothie bowl. As a lighter, but still filling, breakfast option, this festive bowl will be the perfect start to a day that might end with some heavier eating (and drinking). If you are making this for your family, you might want to think about using it as the symbolic pot of gold to end a leprechaun scavenger hunt.

Lamb and potatoes are a dinner staple in Ireland throughout the year. The hearty combination of meat and starch is often seen as the perfect ending to a long day working outside. With this lighter, keto-friendly alternative, you still get all of the flavor, with fewer carbs, thanks to a clever swap for cauliflower over potatoes. You can still indulge in all of the classic flavors of Ireland without blowing your low-carb diet this holiday.

Can you think of a better way to kick-off St. Patrick’s Day than with a classic Irish cocktail? Irish whiskey (we recommend Tullamore D.E.W.) is carefully blended with your favorite, bold coffee, and a touch of sugar, then a whipped cream layer is carefully poured on top. Add a dash of cinnamon, and your breakfast just got an Irish upgrade. The recipe for the “perfect” Irish coffee comes complete with a clever hack for making the best whipped cream! This is going to be an amazing holiday surrounding by friends and family to remember.

Get our recipe for The Perfect Irish Coffee.

Shepherd’s pie is the original Irish casserole. With a combination of meat, veggies, and a potato topping, it is easy to see why this classic recipe has endured the test of time and geography. With this lighter take on the classic, a sweet potato topping replaces the traditional white potato and a healthy dose of kale sneaks even more nutrients into the meal without sacrificing any of the flavor.

Add Guinness to lunch or dinner without pouring another pint! This take on the classic sandwich combines corned beef with honey mustard cabbage slaw and made-from-scratch smokey, malty, and sweet Guinness BBQ. Enjoy it with crunchy potato chips, and more Guinness, because why not?!

For the purists out there, nothing screams St. Patrick’s Day quite like shepherd’s pie. This Irish comfort food leaves nothing to be desired. When it comes to meat, traditionally, shepherd’s pie is made with lamb, because that is what early Irish farmers had available to them. You can certainly stick with that for the sake of tradition, but the option of ground sirloin here provides a leaner meal without losing any flavor.

Get our recipe for Classic Shepherd’s Pie.

Don’t forget to wear green—or drink your greens—this St. Patrick’s Day. Show your Irish pride with a tasty green shake that will make you feel good while still getting you in the holiday spirit.

Get our recipe for Green Keto Shake.

Bread-based desserts are a common Irish staple. The king of these is bread pudding. The gooey, warm dessert is the perfect end to a meal and feels like a decadent treat served with a side of vanilla ice cream. Break out of the traditional mold by introducing new flavors to this tried-and-true classic: pumpkin. Your guests will love this variation, and you’ll be wondering why it can’t be St. Patrick’s Day every day.

Get our recipe for Pumpkin Bread Pudding.

On the day of green, make sure you are getting in all of your greens. It won’t be hard to do with this Whole30 green machine veggie casserole. Don’t worry, the eggs and canned coconut milk give this casserole a decadence that is usually reserved just for dessert. Because, on St. Patrick’s Day, even your vegetables deserve to feel festive!

Take fish and chips fit for a Dublin pub and bring them right to your kitchen. There is almost nothing that evokes the feeling of hopping the pond quite like enjoying this British and Irish staple. Lighter than the deep-fired version, this baked option is easier to make and perfect for getting into the spirit of the holiday with your whole family.

Put the whiskey aside for this festive drink, and reach for Jose Cuervo’s Tradicional Tequila Añejo instead — it’s aged in Irish single malt whiskey barrels! the cocktail combines thyme, grapefruit juice, and a caraway-fennel simple syrup with soda water and the tequila. If stouts aren’t your cup of beer, this is a delicious alternative.


Pot of Gold Cookies

St. Patrick&rsquos Day is tomorrow and if you&rsquore still looking for a fun and festive treat to celebrate with, it&rsquos your lucky day! In just about 40 minutes, you can have these super cute pot of gold cookies on a platter ready to take to work, school, a St. Patty&rsquos Day party or just as a fun snack or dessert with the family.

Chewy chocolate thumbprint cookies are filled with a little icing and some yellow chocolate candies to create that pot of gold look and then more icing is used to make clouds that hold together a candy rainbow for the full effect.

Aren&rsquot they the cutest?! And they&rsquore oh so tasty too!

Seriously, in less than 20 minutes you can have the cookies baked and cooling&hellip

They cool very fast, so you can then have them decorated and ready to enjoy in no time&hellip

They would make for such a fun activity to do with the kids on St. Patrick&rsquos Day. My boys were all about it. They helped roll the cookie dough, sort out the yellow candies, attach the rainbows to the clouds and of course, eat them!

Happy St. Patrick&rsquos Day! Wishing you an end-of-the-rainbow-pot-of-gold kind of day!


Ingredients:

¼ cup Countryside Creamery Unsalted Butter

2 carrots, peeled and diced

11.2 ounces Holland Lager 1839

6 russet potatoes, peeled and diced

32 ounces Fit & Active Fat Free Chicken Broth

7 ounces Kerrygold Irish Cheese, shredded *

12 ounces Baker's Corner Evaporated Milk

1 cup cooked and chopped Cattlemen's Ranch Corned Beef Points *

¾ cup cooked and chopped cabbage

1 teaspoon Nature's Nectar Lemon Juice

2 teaspoons Burman's Hot Sauce

Stonemill Iodized Salt, to taste

Stonemill Ground Black Pepper, to taste

*These are ALDI Find items that are only in stores for a limited time and may no longer be available.


Pot of gold Bundt cake will make you feel lucky

If it&rsquos true what they say &mdash that we make our own luck &mdash then St. Patrick&rsquos Day just got a little bit luckier. This year, you can make your own adorable and delicious pot of gold in the form of a festive Bundt cake.

A lot of holiday desserts can be time-consuming and end up becoming a chore. My goal in making this cake? Make it as simple and easy as possible.

Image: Chelsea Lords/SheKnows

That simplicity starts with the actual Bundt cakes. You will need two chocolate Bundt cakes for this recipe, and to keep it easy, both those cakes are made from a boxed cake mix.

Image: Chelsea Lords/SheKnows

Sometimes removing a Bundt cake from the pan can be challenging. I find the best way to successfully remove a Bundt cake is to make sure your pan is well greased and floured. For these cakes, you don’t want white flour on the outside, so I use cocoa powder. Spray the pan with a nonstick spray, and then generously shake cocoa powder to cover the Bundt pan.

Once your cakes are removed from the pan and completely cooled, you will want to remove the very top of one of the cakes. I use a wire cake cutter to do this, but a long piece of floss or nylon thread will work as well.

Image: Chelsea Lords/SheKnows

The two cakes get placed together, one on top of the other. The extra top you previously removed from the one cake gets put into the center of this cake.

By filling the center of the cake, you won’t need as many gold coins to fill it, and it makes the cake easier to serve.

Image: Chelsea Lords/SheKnows

The frosting comes together in less than five minutes and requires four ingredients. Powdered sugar, vanilla extract, coffee creamer and brown Wilton food coloring.

The frosting, vanilla extract and coffee creamer get whisked together until a very thick frosting is created. Then the food coloring gets added in. It is important to use the brown food coloring so the frosting turns a gold color.

You will warm up the frosting for 20 &ndash 25 seconds and then coat the Bundt cake with the frosting.

Image: Chelsea Lords/SheKnows

And finally, we come to my favorite part &mdash the gold coins. Once the frosting has dried, top the cake with gold coins, and place them around the edges of your cake, if desired.

The final step is to add the handles to the “pot.” The handles are two Rainbow Berry Sweetly Sour candy ropes. You can use frosting to attach the handles, and if needed, toothpicks will help the handles stay in place.

Image: Chelsea Lords/SheKnows

Pot of gold Bundt cake recipe

Ingredients:

  • 2 (15.25-ounce) boxed chocolate cake mixes, plus the ingredients called for to make the cakes
  • 3 cups powdered sugar
  • 5 &ndash 6 tablespoons liquid vanilla coffee creamer
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon Wilton brown food coloring
  • 2 Airheads Xtremes Sweetly Sour Candy &mdash Rainbow Berry
  • 30 &ndash 40 gold-covered chocolate coins

Directions:

  1. Heat the oven to 350 degrees F. Generously grease 2 Bundt pans with nonstick cooking spray, and then coat with cocoa powder.
  2. Prepare 2 chocolate cakes according to the package directions.
  3. Bake the cakes, and let them cool for about 10 minutes before removing them from the pans.
  4. Remove the cakes, and let them cool completely.
  5. Remove about an inch of the top of 1 cake, using a wire cake cutter, floss or nylon thread. Set aside (you will use this later).
  6. Place the cakes on top of each other, and then fill the cavity with the cake you removed.
  7. Whisk together the powdered sugar, coffee creamer, vanilla extract and food coloring until a thick frosting has formed.
  8. Microwave the mixture for 20 &ndash 25 seconds, and then pour the frosting to coat the cake. The frosting will drip down the sides and cover the cake in the center.
  9. Let dry completely, and then fill the cavity with gold coins.
  10. Attach 2 of the Airheads candies to the sides of the cakes using frosting or toothpicks.

Image: Chelsea Lords/ Design by Therese Condella/SheKnows

Pot ‘O’ Gold Salsa

  • 2 large yellow heirloom tomatoes (or 2 pints yellow pear cherry tomatoes)
  • 1/3 cup chopped onion
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt (may need more

  • 1/4 cup fresh chopped cilantro
  • 1/3 cup diced yellow bell pepper
  • 1/2 to 1 jalapeno pepper
  • one small clove garlic (finely minced)
  • chives for garnish

Chop all ingredients into large chunks and place into a blender. I like to squeeze the tomatoes a little over the sink to get some of the juice out, which helps the salsa have a better consistency. If you have a variable speed blender, set it at, or close to, the lowest level so you don’t over-blend. If all of the ingredients are cold, you can eat this right out of the blender! If you place the salsa in fridge for an hour or more, the flavors will continue to combine.

Hand chop tomatoes and finely dice onion and garlic. Mix together in a bowl with salt and lime juice. Add any optional ingredients and season further to your taste.

And now, on to the Shamrock chips! You will love how easy these are.


Nutritional Information for the recipe St Patrick's Day Pot of Gold Cupcakes

Per Serving Per 100 g / ml
Energy 2424 kJ
579 kcal
1637 kJ
391 kcal
Fat 28.19 g 19.05 g
Carbohydrate 76.29 g 51.55 g
Protein 4.58 g 3.10 g


Instructions

Preheat oven to 350°F. Mix flour, baking powder and salt in large bowl. Set aside. Beat butter and granulated sugar in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until light and fluffy. Add eggs, vanilla and food color beat well. Gradually stir in flour mixture on low speed until well mixed. Add chocolate mix well.

Roll 1/3 of the dough to 1/8-inch thickness on lightly floured work surface. Cut out with 2 1/2-inch pot of gold cookie cutter. Cut out center of cookie with 1-inch round cookie cutter. Cut out remaining dough into pot of gold shapes without cutting out center of cookie. Place about 2 inches apart on ungreased baking sheets.

Bake 10 to 12 minutes or until edges begin to brown. Cool on baking sheets 1 minute. Remove to wire racks cool completely.

For the Icing, beat confectioners’ sugar, cocoa powder and meringue powder in large bowl with electric mixer on low speed until blended. Add water, food color and vanilla beat on low speed until blended. Beat on high speed 2 minutes or until light and fluffy.

To assemble each Pot ‘O Gold Cookie, you will need 2 cookies without cutouts and 1 cookie with a cutout. Place cookie without a cutout, flat side up on work surface. Pipe or spread icing around edge of cookie (leaving center empty). Top with a cookie with a cutout, pressing gently to “glue” cookies together. Fill cutout with a single layer of mini candy-coated chocolate pieces. Pipe top of cookie with additional icing. Top with a cookie without a cutout, pressing gently. Let stand until icing is set. Frost tops of assembled cookies. Pipe remaining icing on the top where the opening of the pot would be. Press additional candies into icing. Pipe a handle onto each cookie, if desired.