Unless it’s a vegetable or a super green smoothie, green foods aren’t that appealing to many people. In fact, people tend to stay clear of green foods because it reminds them of something moldy or sickly. However, all of that goes out the window on St. Patrick’s Day. On March 17th, people will dye everything green, from their beer to their cereal milk, just to get in on the celebration. If green dye on your pancakes isn’t your thing, we have three green foods that you may want to give a try.

Avocado Crab Boats

Who doesn’t love avocado? From fresh guacamole to slender slices in your salad, avocado is one food that tastes good on just about anything and in any form. One way that we’re sure you’re going to love including avocados into your diet is with this great avocado crap boat appetizer. With your copper pan set, you can make these great mini bites in no time. This is perfect for those wine nights with your friends or potluck dinner with coworkers. You can eat them hot or cold, with tortilla chips or with a fork. The choice is yours.

Pistachio Cream Cheese Cookies
When you think of green foods, something sweet isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind. However, it’s possible to include a little tasty green sweet morsel into your diet this St. Patrick’s Day. The best part about this recipe is how easily you can customize it. Whether you want to make a shamrock shaped cookie or turn it into a lady finger, the batter is very customizable. Just as fun as they are to make, they’re even better to eat. The buttery taste of pistachio cookie paired with the sweet cream cheese frosting is one you and your children will surely fight over for the last one.

Crunchy Spinach Casserole

You can’t make a list of green foods and not include spinach. It’s the crème de la crème of green and healthy. You can easily make this one-pot meal in your deep dish square pan. People love the texture and flavor of this crunchy spinach casserole so much; it’s grown to become a year ‘round staple in many homes, not just for holidays.

 

 

You may not like frying green eggs and ham in your copper frying pan, but we guarantee you’ll like these three foods.

 

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