St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and sure, you could spend it eating Irish soda bread and corned beef and cabbage. But why not get creative this March 17?The Daily Meal has the exclusive on the top trending Guinness-based recipes on Pinterest: each one of them is hearty, stout, and worthy of a St. Paddy’s Day celebration. And make sure to check out The Daily Meal’s recipe for Guinness stew. Erin go beer!
Here’s the countdown of the best Guinness recipes on Pinterest:
Guinness French Onion Soup — The Skinny Fork blog gives us a step-by-step guide on how to make the traditional French onion soup with an Irish twist — a helping of Guinness — and top off the soup with melty Irish Cheddar.
Guinness Dark Chocolate Cookies — What could be better than gooey, double-dark chocolate cookies? Why, if they were baked with Guinness, of course. This recipe, from Heather Christo, calls for a half a cup of the legendary stout.
Guinness Bacon — Forget the green eggs and ham. Get your Irish on first thing in the morning by whipping up a batch of Guinness candied bacon, made with just bacon, Guinness, and brown sugar.
Guinness Brown Bread — As probably one of the original recipes to use Guinness stout, Guinness brown bread remains a popular favorite to this day. Try this recipe from Cooking on the Side.
Guinness Pulled Pork — The Gimme Some Oven blog has put together this delicious-looking recipe of melt-in-your-mouth, slow-cooker pulled pork sandwiches made with a bottle of Guinness.
Guinness Shepherd’s Pie — The number one Guinness-inspired recipe is, of course, the Irish favorite, shepherd’s pie. You’ve probably never made it with a whole bottle of Guinness, though. Try out this hearty recipe from Picture Perfect Meals.