St. Patrick's Day Recipes


We didn’t find our lucky charm in a pot at the end of a rainbow, but it is a product of the California sun. Can you guess it? It’s a California Avocado! Everything it touches becomes infinitely more delicious—from guacamole to corned beef sandwiches. That’s why we keep our lucky charm on us at all times.

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What did you think that pocket was for? We’ve never been caught without a snack—or without California green on 3/17. Because we want to make sure you’re covered too, here are some recipes to make in a St. Paddy’s Day pinch.

St. Patrick’s Day Guacamole

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A leprechaun-sized portion of this delicious guac just won’t cut it. With sharp cheddar, carrots, bacon, parsley and onion weaved throughout this Californian classic, you’ll have even your guacamole-averse friends saying O’ Yum.

Lucky Irish Twice-Baked Potatoes

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Nothing’s more Irish than potatoes—except green potatoes. Mix in California Avocado pieces to your standard twice-baked potato add-ins and top with guacamole for a festive side dish sure to make your guests feel lucky.

Shamrock Avocado and Corned Beef Bites

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Finding a four-leaf clover can be tough. Make your own luck—and a great topping for these corned beef bites—by taking a shamrock-shaped cookie cutter to your California Avocado slices. Need some additional help with those cut-outs? Check out these garnish ideas using California Avocados.

And don’t forget to trade in your pot o’ gold for a pot o’ guac this St. Patrick’s Day by heading to your local grocer and looking for California on the label.

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