A St. Patrick's Day Brunch Menu

4 Leaf Clover Mimosa St. Patrick’s Day deviled eggs Prosciutto-wrapped honeydew melon with basil clovers Lemon poppyseed scones Seared tomatoes Sautéed herbed mushrooms Crispy cauliflower and kale potato hash Eggs and a side of bacon roses



This gorgeous cocktail is a “4 Leaf Clover Mimosa.” It’s incredibly easy to make and can be easily made ahead! Green apples, mint, and cucumber give it its magical green color.

4 Leaf Clover Mimosa


With pretty, easy-to-make basil clovers, thinly-sliced cherry tomatoes, mustard caviar and no yucky green food dye, they’re not just precious, they’re DELICIOUS!

St. Patrick’s Deviled Eggs


These pretty St. Patrick’s Day appetizers are absolutely perfect for an Irish-themed brunch! They’re made with prosciutto-wrapped honeydew melon, Dubliner cheese and precious, easy-to-make basil clovers.

Prosciutto-Wrapped Honeydew Melon


These buttery lemon poppy seed scones are brushed with a delicate lemon glaze, and served with shamrock-shaped honey butter.

Lemon Poppy Seed Scones with Honey Butter


Serve eggs, any way you like them! Sear tomatoes face-down in olive oil for 5 minutes. Saute mushrooms for 5 minutes in butter on high.

A Full Irish Breafast


This cauliflower and kale potato hash is such an earthy, hearty breakfast side dish. Perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day breakfast with its Yukon gold yellow potatoes and sautéed kale.

Cauliflower and Kale Potato Hash


All you need are a few strips of thick-cut bacon, a few wooden skewers, and a little greenery to make these unforgettable Irish roses.

Bacon Roses