Whether you are “Irish for the day or Irish all the way” you may be interested in some of the gluten-free Irish recipes on the websites we have listed below. We get the sites’ free e-newsletters, which often have good recipes that are naturally gluten-free or that can be converted easily to gluten free.
Search on “gluten free and Irish” and “Irish” to find recipes like these: Irish soda bread, eggs, stew, potato candy, roast leg of lamb with rosemary, colcannon, corned beef and cabbage, Irish Cream Cream Brulee and Irish Cream Truffle Fudge.
Site features: free e-newsletters, personal recipe box, calculator for adjusting serving sizes, how-to and recipe videos.
Frontier Natural Products Co-op
Search for article “Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Irish Fare” and start cooking the recipes that are gluten free. These include recipes for potato dishes, spinach and other greens, colcannon and coconut chocolate mint custard.
Site features: sell wide range of natural products in categories of herbs, spices, foods, teas, body and bulk. Have Irish Breakfast Tea and Irish moss, Simply Organic gluten-free certified products and other gluten-free baking and cooking ingredients. We buy
alcohol-free vanilla extract from the co-op.
Search for St. Patrick’s Day Recipes to get Luck O’ the Irish Menus, Eat Green for St.
Patrick’s Day and how to make green beer. Look under the “Healthy” tab at the
top of the page for a gluten-free section.
Site features: a Free Weekly Specials Newsletter filled with recipes, seasonal menus and special features, personal recipe box and menu finder.
Taste of Home
Look for St. Patrick’s Day Recipes under the Holiday & Celebration Recipes category. Pick Irish recipes and create your own menu with appetizers, main and side dishes, desserts, drinks, green foods, plus decorating and entertaining ideas.
Site features: has a Special Diet section, but it does not include gluten-free diets. A search for “gluten free” will give you only 50 recipes, but there are more recipes on the site that are gluten-free or can be made gluten-free easily. You will also find cooking techniques videos, cooking school information and contest information.
Please let Maria and I know if you try any recipes from these sources that you like. Now, go put on some green, use some natural green food coloring in your gluten-free beer and find yourself a pot of gold coins, or at least some golden Irish butter or cheese.(Susan)