36 Naturally Green Foods for St. Patrick’s Day

We all love having festive green foods on St. Patrick’s Day. Celebrate a bit more naturally this year with these 36 naturally green foods for St. Patrick’s Day.

To me, one of the funnest things to do for St. Patrick’s Day is to think of a variety of fun green foods for the holiday. I guess I can thank the foodie in me for that. There are a variety of green-themed foods out there that you can purchase pre-made or make yourself like candies, cupcakes, and even green eggs and ham. I don’t know about you, but for some reason I tend to get boxed in on thinking of foods that need food coloring to become green.

36 Naturally Green Foods for St. Patrick's Day

This year I’ve resolved myself to eating a more natural diet. So, while I will still indulge in some homemade green velvet cupcakes, I also wanted to think of some naturally green foods for St. Patrick’s Day. I really thought I would struggle to come up with a sizeable list. Honestly, once I started thinking about it, I realized there are a ton of naturally green foods for St. Patrick’s Day I could be serving. Most of these green foods just happen to be super healthy and full of awesome vitamins, minerals all that healthy stuff we’re supposed to have more of, too. How awesome is that? I know I’ll have no problem chowing down on some yummy green cabbage, grapes and broccoli for St. Patrick’s Day!

36 Naturally Green Foods for St. Patrick’s Day

  1. Cucumbers
  2. Zucchini
  3. Green Apples
  4. Green Grapes
  5. Kiwi
  6. Celery
  7. Spinach
  8. Green lettuces
  9. Collard and other greens
  10. Okra
  11. Cabbage
  12. Limes
  13. Avocados
  14. Honeydew melon
  15. Green pears
  16. Artichokes
  17. Asparagus
  18. Broccoli
  19. Broccolini
  20. Broccoli Rabe (rapini)
  21. Brussels Sprouts
  22. Green Beans
  23. Green Peas, snow peas and sugar snap peas
  24. Endive
  25. Green Onions/scallions
  26. Green Bell Peppers
  27. Green Chilies
  28. Kale
  29. Parsley, dill, basil and many other herbs
  30. Pistachios
  31. Pickles
  32. Leeks
  33. Tomatillos
  34. Seaweed
  35. Edamame
  36. Green olives

Can you think of any more naturally green foods for St Patrick’s Day? What is your favorite? 

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  1. says

    Holy cow! you came up with a much bigger list then I would have! Those are some great ideas. I love edamame as a snack with a little salt!

  2. says

    I absolutely LOVE vegetables – so this is like the ultimate green snack list for me lol Edamame is my favorite. Even my 5 year old will eat the entire bowl when I steam and salt them. Delicious ideas!

  3. says

    That’s a pretty impressive list. I would not have been able to list that many. I can’t think of any more. My favorite would probably be okra – especially if it is breaded and fried!

  4. says

    Thanks for this list – it gives me tons of fun green foods to work with in the weeks leading up to St. Patrick’s Day and is a reminder of some great new foods to introduce to my kiddos this time of year!

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