Allergies to food dyes don’t have to take away your St. Patrick’s Day fun. Here are some naturally green recipes for St. Patrick’s Day to help you celebrate, proving that sweet treats and good eats don’t have to include processed chemicals and food coloring!
Just over 3 years ago, I developed a sudden allergy to artificial food colorings. Digesting any amount of them makes me violently ill. For a while, I thought that meant I would miss out on the fun rainbow of colors that appears in foods around holidays like Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, and Christmas. I was bummed, to say the least.
Then I looked around and realized that God placed some naturally vibrant colored plants on this planet, and there was no good reason why I shouldn’t use them to create fun holiday treats! You know, beets for a natural red color, tumeric for yellow, and spinach for green color.
I also learned that there are many other food lovers out there who feel the same way that I do, so I gathered up some of my favorite bloggers and got permission from them to share these recipes with you.
This past Christmas, I created a collection of dye free holiday cookies. Today’s naturally green recipes are just as fun and delicious as those were!
Which one of these naturally green recipes for St. Patrick’s Day is your favorite??
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Be sure to Pin these naturally green recipes to your St. Patrick’s Day board!
For more recipe inspiration for the holiday, check out my Pinterest boards, too.