Irish Cheddar Shepherd’s Pie

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This Irish Cheddar Shepherd’s Pie is the perfect comfort food, tastes even better leftover, St. Paddy’s Day meal that your family will love.

This Irish Cheddar Shepherd's Pie is the perfect comfort food, tastes even better leftover, St. Paddy's Day meal that your family will love.

I’ve been making Shepherd’s Pie for years. Long before I ever had a food blog. I almost always used leftover mashed potatoes. I almost always have leftover mashed potatoes when I make them. I think it has something to do with the fact that my brain still hasn’t fully comprehended how much mashed potato one potato really makes.

This Irish Cheddar Shepherd's Pie is the perfect comfort food, tastes even better leftover, St. Paddy's Day meal that your family will love.

For this recipe, however, I made everything from scratch without leftovers so that I could tell you how to make it. I made the assumption that you don’t always have leftover mashed potatoes in your refrigerator, like I do. I Irish’d up this recipe too by using Guinness stout to deglaze the pan and Irish cheddar to mix in with and top the mashed potatoes so that you can make it for dinner on St. Patrick’s Day. Do I know if this is anything like a shepherd’s pie they serve in Ireland? Nope, I have no idea. But I can tell you this is how I make it and it was damn delicious.

This Irish Cheddar Shepherd's Pie is the perfect comfort food, tastes even better leftover, St. Paddy's Day meal that your family will love.

This recipe made enough to serve our family of four along with two good sized portions of leftovers, which were perfect for me to take to work because its one of those all-in-one meals. I can honestly tell you that this was the best shepherd’s pie I have ever made. I’m so glad I have this food blog, otherwise I would have never written down the recipe and would have always looked back on this day as the best shepherd’s pie ever, without any idea on how to recreate this masterpiece.

This Irish Cheddar Shepherd's Pie is the perfect comfort food, tastes even better leftover, St. Paddy's Day meal that your family will love.

I love to use frozen veggies in this meal for the simple reason that they’re easy to use. My most favorite veggies to use in shepherd’s pie, as well as in things like chicken pot pie, is the organic foursome from Trader Joe’s. It has exactly what I want in the exact proportions. Perfect.

This Irish Cheddar Shepherd's Pie is the perfect comfort food, tastes even better leftover, St. Paddy's Day meal that your family will love.

Irish Cheddar Shepherd's Pie
 
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This Irish Cheddar Shepherd's Pie is the perfect comfort food, tastes even better leftover, St. Paddy's Day meal that your family will love.
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Recipe type: main dish
Yields: 6 servings
Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 pounds ground beef
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 2 small stalks celery, chopped
  • 3 ounces stout beer (I used Guinness)
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 1 cup beef broth
  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 16 ounce package frozen veggies (I used Trader Joe's Organic Foursome with super sweet white corn, sweat peas, julienne sliced carrots, & green beans)
  • 2 pounds potatoes, peeled and chopped (I used half russet with skin removed, half baby Dutch yellow with skin on)
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/4 cup buttermilk
  • 1 large egg yolk
  • 6 ounces Irish cheddar, grated
  • salt and pepper, to taste
Instructions
  1. Save time by cooking the mashed potatoes while you cook the meat mixture (directions below).
  2. Using a very large heavy bottom skillet, brown ground beef with onion. After cooking for about 15 minutes, add celery and continue cooking until meat is crumbly. Add stout and scrape the bottom of the pan with a wooden spoon to deglaze. Add butter and allow to melt, then sprinkle with flour and stir. Allow the flour to cook for several minutes before adding beef broth.
  3. Add beef broth and stir mixture well. Add tomato paste, Worcestershire, and salt, stir well, and allow gravy to thicken while the mixture cooks, about 5 minutes. Add frozen vegetables and allow to cook until the entire mixture is nice and hot.
  4. To make the mashed potatoes, boil the potatoes in water over high heat until very soft and tender, about 20 minutes. Drain and mash well with butter, buttermilk, egg yolk, salt (to taste) and half of the shredded Irish cheddar.
  5. Add the mashed potatoes to the top of your beef mixture in an even layer. Top with remaining shredded cheddar.
  6. Broil on low for about 15 minutes, until the top is golden brown.

 

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Chocolate Guinness Float

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Make a grown up boozy dessert drink this St. Patrick’s Day and enjoy a delicious Chocolate Guinness Float, made with homemade ice cream & chocolate sauce.

Make a grown up boozy dessert drink this St. Patrick's Day and enjoy a delicious Chocolate Guinness Float, made with homemade ice cream & chocolate sauce.

Root beer floats are one of my favorite desserts. This is not a root beer float.

Make a grown up boozy dessert drink this St. Patrick's Day and enjoy a delicious Chocolate Guinness Float, made with homemade ice cream & chocolate sauce.

Root beer is sweet. Stout beer is not. But – if you combine that dark, bitter, bubbly beer with a creamy vanilla bean ice cream and homemade chocolate Guinness sauce? You create one wonderfully delicious dessert drink, of the adult variety.

Make a grown up boozy dessert drink this St. Patrick's Day and enjoy a delicious Chocolate Guinness Float, made with homemade ice cream & chocolate sauce.

I don’t know why, but Guinness and chocolate seem like they were just made to go together. Its my new favorite pairing. You know I’m not a fan of drinking beer, especially dark beers, but when you make it into a chocolately float?  Yeah baby. Now we’re talking.

Make a grown up boozy dessert drink this St. Patrick's Day and enjoy a delicious Chocolate Guinness Float, made with homemade ice cream & chocolate sauce.

Isn’t it pretty? And, since we’re going with a St. Patrick’s Day theme given that Guinness is my favorite Irish import, I even changed the color of my yellow straw to green in photoshop for the sake of a prettier picture. You like?

Make a grown up boozy dessert drink this St. Patrick's Day and enjoy a delicious Chocolate Guinness Float, made with homemade ice cream & chocolate sauce.

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Make a grown up boozy dessert drink this St. Patrick's Day and enjoy a delicious Chocolate Guinness Float, made with homemade ice cream & chocolate sauce.
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Recipe type: dessert
Yields: 1 float
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Instructions
  1. You don't really need instructions, do you?
  2. Put however much ice cream your heart desires in a glass.
  3. Pour some ice cold stout beer on top.
  4. Drizzle with chocolate syrup.
  5. Enjoy.

 

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Bangers & Mash with Stout Onion Gravy

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This St. Patrick’s Day, serve up some delicious Bangers & Mash with Stout Onion Gravy for a quick and easy dinner the entire family will love.

This St. Patrick's Day, serve up some delicious Bangers & Mash with Stout Onion Gravy for a quick and easy dinner the entire family will love.

This was a fun recipe for me to make. I had never made bangers and mash before. Have I made sausage and mashed potatoes? Yes. Aren’t they they same thing?  Well, yes. So, that means you’ve made bangers and mash before then, right? Pst. Semantics. I’m deeming this my first time that I’ve made bangers and mash because I served it up with a stout onion gravy and Guinness was my stout beer of choice. BAM. Now its Irish.

This St. Patrick's Day, serve up some delicious Bangers & Mash with Stout Onion Gravy for a quick and easy dinner the entire family will love.

I took the photo above to show you just how boring this recipe is without the gravy. Boring to the eye and boring for the taste buds. Every good meal deserves a good sauce.  The stout onion gravy is what ties everything together. Its basically awesome. And, although my kids like to pick out the onions, they loved the flavor of the gravy. And yes, I serve my kids lots of food that’s made with alcohol. But only after its been cooked down to no longer be boozy.  The boozy stuff is only for mom and dad.  If you’re judging me right now, I’m guessing you don’t cook with beer or wine.

This St. Patrick's Day, serve up some delicious Bangers & Mash with Stout Onion Gravy for a quick and easy dinner the entire family will love.

Basically, this meal was YUM and I plan on making it many more times this year. St. Patrick’d day is just another excuse to serve it up for a quick and easy dinner.

This St. Patrick's Day, serve up some delicious Bangers & Mash with Stout Onion Gravy for a quick and easy dinner the entire family will love.

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Bangers & Mash with Stout Onion Gravy
 
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This St. Patrick's Day, serve up some delicious Bangers & Mash with Stout Onion Gravy for a quick and easy dinner the entire family will love.
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Recipe type: main dish
Yields: 3-4
Ingredients
bangers:
  • 1 pound sausage (I used bratwurst)
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 3 ounces stout
mashed potatoes:
  • 3-4 russet potatoes, peeled and sliced
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/2 cup buttermilk
stout onion gravy
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1 medium sized onion, sliced thin
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 1 cup stout (I used Guinness)
  • 1 cup beef broth
  • salt & pepper to taste
Instructions
sausages:
  1. Heat oil in a skillet over medium high heat. Add sausages and stout. Cover with lid and crack just to allow enough steam to escape. Cook covered for about 10 minutes, turning half way through. After they've cooked for 10 minutes, remove lid and allow the liquid to reduce a bit and coat the sausages. When the liquid is almost gone, lower heat to medium low and continue cooking with the lid on, rotating occasionally, until evenly browned and cooked through, about another 10 minutes.
gravy:
  1. In a separate pot, heat butter over medium high heat. Add sliced onions and cook until slightly brown and fragrant, 5-10 minutes. Sprinkle with flour and allow to cook 2-3 minutes. Add stout and scrape bottom of pan to deglaze. Add beef broth and allow to simmer until no longer foamy, 10-15 minutes.
potatoes:
  1. In large pot cover potatoes with water and bring to a boil. Cook until soft. Drain and add butter and buttermilk. Mash to your preferred consistency.
  2. To serve, top potatoes with sausage(s) and top with as much gravy as your heart desires.

Serve up some delicious Bangers and Mash with Stout Onion Gravy for a quick and easy dinner the entire family will love, especially on St. Patrick's Day.
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Irish Cheddar Stout Bread

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You won’t believe how easy it is to make this wonderfully delicious, perfectly fluffy and moist, slice-able Irish Cheddar Stout Bread.

You won't believe how easy it is to make this wonderfully delicious, perfectly fluffy and moist, slice-able Irish Cheddar Stout Bread.

Oh beer bread, where have you been all of my life? How have I just now gotten to know how wonderful you are? Why do you have to be so easy to make and delicious?  Why must you tease me so, prompting me to make loaf after loaf because I just can’t get enough of you?

You won't believe how easy it is to make this wonderfully delicious, perfectly fluffy and moist, slice-able Irish Cheddar Stout Bread.

Have you ever made beer bread? If yes, why haven’t you told me about this wonderful creation already? Hmmm?  If not, let me tell you about it. Beer bread is basically the combination of beer and self rising flour. It yields a perfectly rising, perfectly spongy, perfectly flavored bread that is perfect for slicing. Because of the beer, you don’t need to mess around with yeast and warm water and kneading. This is quite possibly the easiest way to make bread.

You won't believe how easy it is to make this wonderfully delicious, perfectly fluffy and moist, slice-able Irish Cheddar Stout Bread.

I have lots of different kinds of flour in my house: all-purpose, cake, bread, even coconut (which I have yet to use), but I don’t have self-rising. Never fear. Self rising flour is basically flour with sugar, baking powder and salt (or something like that… I don’t really know for sure). Anyhoo, the original recipe I used as inspiration called for self rising flour so I did a little research on how to make my own. No idea if it was correct, but my bread turned out perfect so I can say with confidence that I was at least on the right track. And since St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, I went all out Irish style. I used Guinness stout for my beer, Kerrygold Irish Cheddar which has a sharp nutty taste, sort of like a really nicely aged gouda (i.e. heaven), and I even spent a few extra bucks and bought the Kerrygold Irish butter, which, in my opinion, is worth every penny.  Now take my advice and go make this bread!

You won't believe how easy it is to make this wonderfully delicious, perfectly fluffy and moist, slice-able Irish Cheddar Stout Bread.

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You won't believe how easy it is to make this wonderfully delicious, perfectly fluffy and moist, slice-able Irish Cheddar Stout Bread.
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Recipe type: bread
Yields: 1 loaf
Ingredients
  • 3 cups flour
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup shredded Irish cheddar (I used Kerrygold)
  • 12 ounces stout (I used Guinness)
  • 1 tablespoon butter (I used Kerrygold)
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a loaf pan with parchment and/or grease with butter.
  2. In a large bowl, mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Add shredded cheese and toss together so that each piece of cheese is coated with flour.
  3. Add the stout and stir just until fully mixed. Pour into prepared pan. Allow to rest (preferably in a warm room, but our house is rather cold) for 20-30 minutes.
  4. Cook in preheated oven for 45-55 minutes or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean. Five minutes before removing from oven, rub the top of the bread with butter until its coated with a wonderful melted layer.
  5. Remove from oven as well as from pan and cool on cooling rack. Serve warm with more butter. To store, wrap tightly in plastic wrap.

 

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Guinness Ribeye Steak

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If you’re looking for a delicious and flavorful dinner idea, serve up some Guinness Ribeye Steak.

If you're looking for a delicious and flavorful dinner idea, serve up some Guinness Ribeye Steak.

You ever watch cooking shows like Chopped? If you don’t, let me tell you what the judges always look for: a good sauce. Whether it be on the appetizer, entree, or dessert, a good sauce is what ties everything together. I love beer. You’ll probably never see me drinking it, but its one of my favorite ingredients to cook with in everything from main dishes to sweets.  I tried drinking a dark beer once when I was enjoying a Whole Foods hamburger. I don’t know if they do this at every Whole Foods, but at mine, you can go in at any time on the weekends, sit down at their burger bar, and get a half pound grassfed perfectly cooked burger, piping hot fresh cut fries, and a beer on tap for only $10. Considering their normal burger is already $9, I figured I’d go for the happy hour even though I knew I didn’t like beer.  I tasted all three on tap. The only one I sorta liked was the light fruity beer that had just run out.  I was a dark stout virgin until I tried theirs and thought it was just disgusting. I still have a hard time accepting that people enjoy drinking that stuff. But, call me crazy, but beer tastes outstanding when mixed with other ingredients to create something new.

For this sauce, I sort of took an old favorite recipe I use to make beef jerky which combines soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar, and garlic. Then I added in some Guinness.  Beer always does a fantastic job tenderizing meat. I used this marinade to flavor the meat, and once it was on the grill, I cooked it down into a thicker sauce. I served it up with some horseradish mashed potatoes, broccolini, and some chocolate Guinness cake for dessert. Oh my!

 

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If you're looking for a delicious and flavorful dinner idea, serve up some Guinness Ribeye Steak.
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Recipe type: main dish
Yields: 4 steaks
Ingredients
  • 4 bone in ribeye steaks
  • 1 cup Guinness (may use other stout beer)
  • 1/3 cup soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic (2-3 cloves)
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a large plastic freezer bag and marinate the steaks for at least 2 hours to over night.
  2. Remove steaks from marinade (do not discard the marinade) and grill steaks on a hot grill until done to your liking, flipping only once, about 10-15 minutes per side. I removed from the grill when the internal temperature reached 135 degrees F. Allow meat to rest at least 15 minutes.
  3. While the steaks are grilling, cook down the marinade, uncovered, by bringing it to a boil and then reducing the heat to medium. Allow sauce to cook down the entire time the steaks are grilling and resting. Serve the steak with the sauce on the side or go ahead and smother it.

 

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Guinness Chocolate Cake

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Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.

Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

This was the most moist, soft, decadent, and rich chocolate cake I have ever made. I had never cooked with Guinness before making this cake. Shame on me, I know! I didn’t understand why there were so many Guinness stout beer recipes out there. I have figured out why… it is liquid magic! It brings out the flavors of chocolate, it makes baked goods fluffy with a fantastic texture, it tenderizes meat, it give sauces the perfect bitterness to complete your dish. PERFECT.

Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

I decided to make this as a bundt cake and it ended up being the absolute perfect amount for the recipe. I buttered the pan heavily, but didn’t want to flour it because it was such a dark cake. I do have to tell you that I was in a bit of a rush when I took it out of the pan so a little bit of the cake stuck to the sides. Now, that’s not an issue in my house because I just reached in the pan and it gave me an excuse to eat those stranded pieces. But, if you want to keep your cake in tact for your guests, I recommend slowly pulling the cake away from the sides and maybe even using a knife for better separation.

Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

You can see one of those little missing chunks that I put back on in the photo below. I debated not saying anything about it, but I mess up on a regular basis and want you to learn from my mistakes. Otherwise, the cake came out super easy and tasted oh so good.

Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

The cake would have been wonderfully delicious on its own, but I had a bunch of leftover frosting from when I made my blood orange cupcakes. You see, I had intended to make a thick frosting that I could pipe onto the cupcake nice and tall, but again, I messed up.  I think all of these mistakes had to do with the phase of the moon or something. Anyway, to make a thicker frosting I should have cooked down the orange juice into a strongly flavored syrup. Instead, I put it in straight which made the blood orange frosting something in between a frosting and a glaze. Good thing I had this rich chocolate cake that was just begging for it!

Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

I cut myself a piece and refuse to tell you how fast it got eaten.

Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

Before you run out and get all your ingredients together to make this beauty, I just want you to take a moment to gaze at how wonderfully moist and spongy this cake it. Sooooo good!Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick's Day.

Guinness Chocolate Cake
 
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Guinness Chocolate Cake, cooked in a bundt pan and topped with blood orange frosting, is a rich and decadent dessert perfect for St. Patrick's Day.
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Recipe type: dessert
Yields: 12 servings
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Guinness Stout
  • 16 tablespoons (2 sticks) unsalted butter
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened Cocoa Powder
  • 2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 vanilla bean, split
  • 2 cups flour (you can use cake or all-purpose)
  • 2 teaspoons baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 large eggs, beaten
  • 3/4 cup sour cream
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Heavily grease bundt pan.
  2. In a medium side pot, melt butter with Guinness over medium heat. Once melted, turn off heat and whisk in cocoa powder, sugar, and vanilla bean. Allow to cool while you prepare the next steps.
  3. In the bowl of your stand mixer, combine flour, baking soda, and salt.
  4. Add eggs and sour cream to your chocolate mixture.
  5. Add 1/3 of the chocolate liquid mixture to flour mixture and beat on high until light and fluffy, about 1 minute. Add remaining wet ingredients and beat on low until well combined. Scrape sides and beat until fully combined.
  6. Bake in preheated oven in prepared pan until a toothpick comes out clean, about 45 minutes.
  7. Invert onto a plate. You may need to use a knife to loosen the cake from the sides of the pan before you invert. Enjoy alone or top with blood orange frosting.

 

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Black Velvet

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Looking for a tasty and easy to make cocktail that is perfect for any St. Patrick’s Day celebration? Try a smooth Black Velvet, made with stout & champagne.

Looking for a tasty and easy to make cocktail that is perfect for any St. Patrick's Day celebration? Try a smooth Black Velvet, made with stout & champagne.

I’m all about easy cocktails. Sure, I’ve had some tasty treats that were more like a complicated chemistry experiment to create, but the busy-me loves the pour-it-into-a-glass-and-enjoy kind of a cocktail.  I will tell you, though, that I’m not a huge beer fan, especially dark beers. I want to like them, but they are just too bitter for my liking. I love to cook with beer, but maybe someday when I grow up I’ll like drinking them. I do, however, love champagne. Before this drink, though, I had never opened a champagne bottle on my own. Perhaps my phobia has to do with the fact that I grew up in a little mountain community with an elevation of 6500 feet, but I am completely afraid of opening champagne bottles as well as those tubes of peel-and-pop biscuits. They scare the dickens out of me. I was so proud of myself when I overcame my fear and actually got this bottle open without hurting myself or having an anxiety attack.

Looking for a tasty and easy to make cocktail that is perfect for any St. Patrick's Day celebration? Try a smooth Black Velvet, made with stout & champagne.

I was also pleasantly surprised that I thought this drink was good. The champagne totally mellowed the bitterness of the beer. The entire drink was smooth and quite good. I served this one to my husband during dinner to accompany some bangers and mash and some Irish cheddar stout bread.  I suppose I’m getting in the mood a wee bit early for St. Patrick’s Day. Get it? A wee bit? You just have to picture me saying that like an Irishman. Man, I’m funny.

Looking for a tasty and easy to make cocktail that is perfect for any St. Patrick's Day celebration? Try a smooth Black Velvet, made with stout & champagne.

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Looking for a tasty and easy to make cocktail that is perfect for any St. Patrick's Day celebration? Try a smooth Black Velvet, made with stout & champagne.
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Recipe type: cocktail
Yields: 1 drink
Ingredients
  • 5 ounces champagne
  • 5 ounces stout (I used Guinness)
Instructions
  1. Combine champagne and Guinness in a glass. Use a chilled glass if you can. Give it a stir and enjoy!

 

 

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