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Paleo Saint Patrick’s Day Meal



I get way too excited about my holiday meals. I love creating themed foods for the holidays and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception. No, I’m not Irish or Catholic, but anytime I can create a delicious, healthy, fun-filled themed meal, I’m all about it.


So without further ado, here’s my Saint Patrick’s Day dinner plan. We have been absolutely loving these Reuben stuffed cabbage rolls. And that paleo shamrock shake?! Love. Love. Love.


I hope this inspires you to have a little fun and get a little creative for the holiday and hopefully you can try out some of these recipes that we’ve been loving, too.


Appetizer: Shamrock Peppers with French Onion Dip

Dinner: Cabbage Rolls – Reuben Style

Side Dish: Loaded Mashed Parsnips

Dessert: Shamrock Shakes


Can you say yum?! I can hardly wait to dig in.


Happy Saint Patrick’s Day everyone! I hope you create a dinner that will shamROCK your world 😉


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  1. We are Catholic and I have planned most of my St. Paddy’s day meal around your food above – except I replaced the corned beef (my husband hates it) with the pork you said was traditionally used. Thank you so much!

    Now, I have a request. St Joseph’s Day is March 19th – Italian food and the color red being the theme. But I’m finding that paleo Italian food is sort of tricky. Are you game?

    Either way, I’ve been really enjoying the recipes on your blog – thanks for your work!

    • Primally Inspired

      Ooooh Karyn, That sounds like a challenge I would love! You didn’t give me a lot of time, though. LOL!! I think I do have some ideas. Let me think about this some more and get back to you :)

      • You’re right, I didn’t give you much time, lol – maybe next year? But I do hope you’ll put together a menu for Easter.

        The shamrock shake was a hit with four out of five of the kids – an impressive record. I just had to be careful that they didn’t see the avocado! It was great to have a treat; one of the trickier things with paleo is still being able to celebrate with a treat that isn’t filled with junk. Thank you!

  2. Thanks so much for the recipes and encouragement. I have been at this paleo lifestyle since last October and it can be a challenge! The new recipes always come at the right time to give me something new to try, thanks!

  3. We made the cabbage rolls and shamrock shake for our meal tonight and it was one of the best paleo meals I’ve ever made!!! Thank you for these recipes! I can’t wait to try out some more!

  4. I came across the Shamrock Shake recipe on Pinterest. I was skeptical but I tried it and loved it! Thanks for sharing it! Now, is there such thing as paleo-Cadbury Mini Eggs? :)

    • Primally Inspired

      Thanks, Laurie! ooooooo, how I used to love cadbury eggs!!!! I haven’t had them in sooooo long and the past few weeks I’ve been picking my husband’s brain and trying to figure out how we could make Paleo-fy them and get them molded, etc. We think we have some good ideas, but I’ve yet to actually try them yet. If you see them posted soon, you’ll know it worked 😉

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