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Is it extra filling if you use the beer that drinks like a meal as a foundation of a meal? I think so! Here’s a selection of the best recipes using Guinness beer around. We’ve organized them into sections, so we’ve got cocktails (that’s our jam!), stews, main courses and a whole host of scrumptious desserts for you to peruse and pick your new favorites.
Guinness Beer History
A little back story about Guinness beer for you. Guinness beer is known as the king of Irish beers. Centuries after it first launched in Dublin, it has become a staple of the bar scene in more than 150 countries worldwide! In every pint of Guinness, there are 300,000 super small bubbles filled with carbon dioxide and nitrogen. What makes Guinness even better to drink and cook with? It’s actually a very low calorie beer! So no guilt when you want to enjoy a pint of Guinness. Guinness was also one of the very first beers to be trademarked! This beer not only tastes good but it also has a super rich history!
Having a beer is always a nice way to end a long day but we don’t always think to use our favorite beer in a dish to eat. In creating this list we hope you will find some inspiration in our list of recipes that use Guinness. Weather you are making a cocktail, dessert , or a main dish we want to hear from you! Drop a comment below on what dish or drink you made. Cheers!
This black fog cocktail contains the rich, malty taste of Guinness with the sweetness of raspberry liqueur. It’s infused with a sweetness that brings out the coffee and chocolate flavors present in the Guinness.
This Crock Pot Guinness Chicken Stew is a new twist on a traditional favorite. If you’re looking for a delicious St. Patrick’s Day dinner that is easy and tasty, but not the typical Guinness beef stew, you’ve found your solution!
This Instant Pot Irish stew has a rich and hearty Guinness sauce, melt-in-your-mouth meat, and tender carrots and potatoes. This tasty beef stew has that slow-cooked taste with a fraction of the time and effort!
This healthy Irish Beef Stew is a hearty, delicious dinner everyone will love and is so easy to do! Tender beef, carrots and potatoes simmer slowly on the stove in a delicious broth that includes Guinness Beer!
Guinness, brown sugar and horseradish mustard combine to flavor Slow Cooker Corned Beef Recipe. Our corned beef with Guinness recipe cooks in your crockpot during the day for an easy Saint Patrick’s Day dinner you can come home to!
This Irish Stout Beer Braised Lamb Pie is absolutely delicious! This savory pie is loaded with tender braised lamb, potatoes, root vegetables and herbs in a rich Guinness gravy. Topped with a golden, flaky pie dough , this hearty meal is perfect for the coziest of Sunday suppers or intimate holiday gatherings!
This easy Guinness Shepherd’s Pie For Two recipe is a comforting meat and potatoes dish made with ground lamb or beef, mashed potatoes, and Guinness stout beer. Serve it as a dinner for two for St. Patrick’s Day.
With the combination of Guinness to add depth and moisture to the chocolate cake, and a Baileys and Jameson whipped buttercream frosting to add just the right sweet tang, the flavors are well blended without overpowering one another. These rich, moist, and dense bite-sized truffles encased in white chocolate are dangerously addictive.
Guinness Chocolate Cake is tender, velvety, and not overly sweet. If you love chocolate cake, you will love this recipe! The Guinness adds a rich complexity that gives the cake a creamy and satisfying texture.
These moist Guinness chocolate cupcakes are full of a deep chocolate flavour with a hint of Guinness beer flavour. They are topped with a creamy chocolate Guinness buttercream. These are perfect for St. Patrick's Day!
Anne has been studying wine for years - it's a tough gig! She holds her WSET2 and FWP designations, with plans for more. You can most often find her sipping on some sparkling wine - her favs are MCC, cremant and cava, plus of course champagne.
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