I love holidays and festive celebrations, and St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorites. I think I say this every time I talk about a holiday, though. LOL!
As a homeschool mom, I like to talk about the festive day with my kids, discussing how it came to be, what it represents, and various ways different cultures celebrate it.
When it comes to St. Patrick’s Day, we discuss who St. Patrick was, what he did to get a holiday named after him, symbols of the day, folklore and traditions, and more. We tend to spend the day doing fun crafts and baking yummy foods. We listen to Irish folk songs and eat Irish foods, especially those that are green!
Over the years, I’ve shared more than one healthy St. Patrick’s Day recipe with you—recipes that you can make to celebrate this festive occation, such Zucchini Noodles in a Minty Pea Sauce (aka, “Shamrock Pasta”), St. Patrick’s Day Green Smoothie, and Chickweed Pesto. This year, I’d like to share one of my family’s favorite recipes to eat any time of the year but particularly on St. Patrick’s Day—Wilted Greens Soup.
By: Meagan Visser
Title: Wilted Greens Soup: A Tasty & Healthy St. Patrick’s Day Recipe
Sourced From: www.growingupherbal.com/wilted-greens-soup-st-patricks-day-recipe/
Published Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2020 10:00:00 +0000
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