Irish Cream Scones, a delicious breakfast treat!

Why not make these wonderful Irish Cream Scones for a St. Patrick's Day breakfast? The scones are soft and flaky with an Irish Cream glaze. Especially good with homemade jam! Irish Cream Scones, a delicious St. Patrick's Day treat! I've been wanting to make some scones for months. So, when I found this recipe for scones using Bailey's Irish Cream on Pinterest by The Suburban Soapbox, I decided it was time to take the plunge and make them! After all . . . I need to use that Bailey's Irish Cream that I bought last week. Right? So, these Irish Cream Scones became my next new Irish Cream recipe this week. Making the Irish Cream Scones . . . These Irish Cream Scones are really simple to make. The original recipe says to mix it all in one … [Read more...]

Irish Cream Brownie Cookies

These Irish Cream Brownie Cookies are perfect for St. Patrick's Day! They are full of chocolately goodness, Irish Cream and chopped pecans . . . with coffee or a glass of milk . . . divine! Irish Cream Brownie Cookies, for St. Patrick's Day! With St. Patrick's Day only a few days away, I decided to make a new cookie recipe that I found on Pinterest from Bake or Break. Last week, I bought a bottle of Bailey's Irish Cream, so I wanted to use it:) These Bailey's Irish Cream Cookies are not only "pretty as a picture", they look and taste like a fudge brownie . . . with a twist . . . the Bailey's Irish Cream liqueur. The original recipe looked easy, so I got to work making these St. Patrick's Day cookie treats! Making the Irish Cream … [Read more...]

Bailey’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

These Bailey's Chocolate Chip Cookies are not your average cookie. They are puffy, but soft with a hint of Bailey's Irish Cream and chocolate chips. They are our new favorite chocolate chip cookies. Bake them for St. Patrick's Day, or any day. Bailey's Chocolate Chip Cookies, a new favorite! In my search for different St. Patrick's Day recipes, I ran across a chocolate chip cookie using Bailey's Irish Cream on Tutti Dolci's Pinterest page. Since I had some Bailey's in my refrigerator (left from last March, but unopened), I decided to give them a try. And, I can tell you, these Bailey's Chocolate Chip Cookies are not your average-run-of-the-mill cookies. They are puffy and soft with a hint of the Bailey's Irish Cream, and lots of … [Read more...]

Irish Stew with Noodles, for St. Patrick’s Day

If you like beef stew, you will want to try this Irish Stew with Noodles. The fork-tender beef is cooked in a tomato-based gravy, then served over cooked noodles. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day! Irish Stew for me and you! St. Patrick's Day is coming soon! I love This little holiday with the "wearing of the green", the leprechauns, shamrocks, and the traditional Irish foods! And let's not forget the legend of St. Patrick as well as the true story of his life. We all remember the story of St. Patrick banish all the snakes out of Ireland. Right? Well that is a legend. But did you know he was an ordained priest who went to Ireland to share Christianity with the Irish people? Lots of good things to share about St. Patrick and St. Patrick's … [Read more...]

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day! It's been said that "Everyone's Irish on St. Patrick's Day"! I believe that! It is one of my favorite holidays! I love the Irish music, the "green" clothes (or you get pinched!), the shamrocks, the stories. I love it all! Especially I love the story of St. Patrick! The Story of St. Patrick. . . St. Patrick was actually not Irish, but was born to an aristocratic Christian English family in Britain. As a youth, he was kidnapped and sent to Ireland where he became a slave. It was during those years that he became a Christian, having not professed it in his earlier years. His years as a slave were difficult for him. Ultimately he escaped and made his way back to Britain to his family. Sometime after that, he felt … [Read more...]