Start your St. Patrick’s Day festivities early and try these vegan Irish recipes!
Are you hosting a big party on St. Patrick’s Day? Or do you want to try what Irish cuisine has to offer?
Whatever it is, this collection has you covered!
Just because you’re vegan or serving people who are doesn’t mean you can’t get creative with your meals.
Fortunately, there are tons of Irish dishes that happen to be vegan.
From hearty hand pies and soda bread to cake and coffee, these vegan Irish recipes has it all.
So, come on! Join me in exploring tasty dishes from the Emerald Isle, and let’s keep things cruelty-free while doing it!
There’s something comforting about traditional Irish stew, which is a slow-simmered soup of mutton or lamb with veggies.
But for those who would rather not consume animal products, this vegan Irish stew will save the day.
The thing is, even with just the potatoes, carrots, and cabbage, Irish stew is still the bomb.
The key is in the broth, which is given a strong punch of flavor by the veggies, herbs, and a splash of Guinness.
Delicious coffee with an indulgent kick? This vegan Irish coffee is just that.
This delectable drink is made with coffee, cashew cream, brown sugar, and Irish whiskey.
The perfect late-night treat, it’s both dairy-free and vegan, making it a fantastic option for any occasion.
Whether you’re celebrating with friends or just looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, this vegan Irish coffee will not disappoint.
Irish soda bread is one of the simplest, most delicious staples of Irish cuisine.
And now, it can also be enjoyed by vegans all over the world!
It’s not just delicious and vegan-friendly, but it also couldn’t be easier to make.
Ready in just 30 minutes, this recipe requires only five simple ingredients.
The result is a loaf of fresh soda bread with a crisp crust and a tender interior.
Irish soda bread scones are a vegan treat that’ll make ordinary breakfasts extraordinary.
They’re warm, crumbly, and delicious whether eaten on their own or with a smattering of butter.
Studded with dried currants, you get a nice textural contrast with every bite.
It’s a great way to indulge your sweet tooth while staying on the plant-based path.
Colcannon is an Irish comfort food that combines mashed potatoes and cabbage with a variety of herbs and spices.
Vegan butter and soy milk help add creaminess and flavor, to boot.
Its delicate yet hearty flavor will delight your senses and bring a taste of Ireland right into your kitchen.
Irish hand pies are a fantastic vegan meal option stuffed with potatoes, cabbage, and tempeh.
The mixture makes for an interesting combination of flavors and textures.
With such a wonderfully unique stuffing as this, no one will miss the meat!
Not only are these pies delicious, but they’re also incredibly easy to make.
Ready in less than an hour, they’re great for busy weeknights or sleep-in Saturday mornings.
Dublin coddle is a traditional Irish dish made from potatoes, sausages, onions, and bacon.
While this dish is typically not vegan-friendly, you can always swap out the meats for their vegan counterparts.
You can either get vegan sausages from the grocery or try making your very own Irish fauxsages, also included in the recipe.
Boxty is a traditional Irish potato pancake served with Irish breakfast.
Using mashed potatoes instead of flour makes these pancakes incredibly pillowy, just like gnocchi!
Like American pancakes, boxy recipes often call for buttermilk.
For this one, you use your choice of plant-based milk, so no worries there.
Garnish boxty with vegan sour cream and scallions, and enjoy.
Irish leek and potato soup is a classic dish in Ireland.
It’s a comforting blend of potatoes, leeks, and herbs to soothe the soul.
It’s smooth, velvety, and oh-so-fragrant! It proves that simple ingredients, when cooked right, can yield outstanding results.
Served up either hot or cold, a bowl of this soup is a welcome addition to any meal. Enjoy every savory spoonful!
Irish potato pie is a vegan twist on a classic comfort dish.
It begins with mashed potatoes, vegan butter, and vegan egg replacer.
You mix in Parmesan, herbs, and spices to give the spuds a nice depth of flavor.
And then, into a pie crust, it goes.
Once it’s baked, the result will be a spectacular pie with a crisp, flaky crust and a ridiculously rich filling.
Barmbrack is a traditional Irish bread filled with spices, raisins, and other dried fruit.
The dried fruits are soaked in tea and/or whiskey, helping to dehydrate them and infuse them with more flavor.
Spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves are added to the batter for warmth, aroma, and flavor.
Barmbrack is usually served around Halloween with tea or coffee. But hey, feel free to serve it up on St. Paddy’s Day, too!
Want to enjoy the classic corned beef and cabbage as a vegan? There’s a way to make it happen.
All you need is good-quality vegan meat. Whether it’s tofu, tempeh, or seitan, go with whatever floats your boat.
The trick is to soak the meat in a flavorful brine infused with mustard seeds, coriander seeds, bay leaf, and brown sugar.
Soak the meat in said brine for at least 30 minutes, and it’ll taste just like corned beef!
If you’re looking for an indulgent yet plant-based treat, this mint matcha shamrock shake is the answer.
The combination of matcha, peppermint, spinach, and maple syrup gives it an undeniably green hue and an unbeatable flavor!
To make it vegan-friendly, simply swap out regular dairy milk for coconut cream and almond milk.
Top the shake with cacao nibs for a nice color contrast and a wonderful crunch.
For a truly scrumptious vegan dessert, look no further than this Guinness chocolate cake.
Flavored with dark stout beer and cocoa powder, it’s decadent without being too intense.
Smothered with a silky smooth coffee Irish cream frosting, it has just the right amount of sweetness.
Together, the cake and frosting make a beautiful flavor harmony that’ll have your tastebuds singing.
This vegan stew is a heavenly combination of root vegetables, chestnut mushrooms, and pearl barley swimming in a rich beer gravy.
It’s guaranteed to delight your taste buds, satisfy your hunger, and soothe your heart and soul.
The root vegetables give it a hearty base, while the chestnut mushrooms add earthiness.
The gravy brings all the flavors together with its umaminess.
Whether you’re looking for comfort food or just something warm to eat, this vegan stew won’t disappoint.
It’s a traditional English recipe that’s been turning leftovers into a scrumptious dish since the early 1800s.
It’s a humble meal that comprises boiled cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts, and mashed potatoes.
The mixture bubbles and squeaks as it cooks, giving the dish its fun name.
This simple yet hearty dish is phenomenal on its own but can also be topped with ketchup or gravy.
If a meal is a symphony, this vegan Irish whiskey sauce is a majestic composition.
This gravy is made incredibly rich and flavorful with mushrooms, cashews, herbs, and a splash of whiskey.
While it’s technically a sauce for entrees and sides, I have no problem eating it on its own.
It’s so decadent, you’ll want to bathe in it!
Craving a creamy after-dinner delight? Say hello to this vegan Irish cream. It’s plant-based and keto-friendly!
This addictive combination of chocolate, coffee, and vanilla is heaven in a glass.
This cocktail drink uses ingredients such as almond milk, vegan cream, and erythritol.
There’s no need to give up that heavenly flavor just because you have dietary restrictions.
So go ahead, pour yourself a glass, and indulge in some rest and relaxation.
19. Vegan Gur Cake
Gur cake, aka Chester cake, is a traditional dessert from Dublin.
This sweet treat consists of two layers of flaky pastry with a thick filling sandwiched in between.
The filling is a mixture of bread, raisins, and spices that are soaked in tea.
It’s a truly unique concoction that’ll intrigue your taste buds.
Irish potato farls are also referred to as potato bread, tattie scones, or potato cakes.
They’re made with mashed potatoes, flour, butter, and salt. Together, they form a dough that you then roll out into flat circles.
When pan-fried, they turn into golden brown pancakes that are crisp on the outside and wonderfully soft on the inside.
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