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The Best Vegan St.Patrick’s Day Recipes

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Sometime back in the 19th century, the Irish were known for producing salted meats. Migration to the United States led to the popularity of corned beef as a substitute. Then, it somehow became customary to get loaded on shamrock shakes, Irish car bombs, and green beer. Can you see how traditions change and adapt? Well, there’s no reason you can’t celebrate the luck of the Irish without animal products. Check out this hunger-inducing list of vegan recipes that are plenty festive for the holiday.

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream by Petite Allergy Treats (cover photo as well)

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Shamrock Shake by The Edgy Veg

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Reuben Corned Beef Seitan by Hell Yeah It’s Vegan

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Irish Soda Bread by The Veg Life

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Irish ‘lamb’ stew by Holy Cow Vegan

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Homemade Bailey’s Irish Cream by Oh She Glows

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Chocolate Beer Cupcakes with Irish Whiskey by Chef Chloe

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Vegan Lucky Charms by Seitan Beats Your Meat

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1 Hour Vegan Sheperd’s Pie by Minimalist Baker

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Green Tea froyo by Posh Little Designs

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Don’t forget to look up vegan beer options on Barnivore! Then you’re just some green food colouring away from a good time. “Sláinte!” 

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