Sláinte is a common drinking toast in Ireland and Scotland and literally translates as “health”. Of course, health isn’t exactly what comes to mind when you think of St. Paddy’s Day. We usually envisioning people drinking copious amounts of green beer and eating fatty, salty foods. But this doesn’t have to be the case. Try some of these Healthy St. Patrick’s Day Recipes to keep things festive, as well as nutritious.
Yield: 12 deviled eggs
-I made 3 loaves that are about 5-6 inches in diameter. You can make one large loaf or two loaves, however, the bake time may be a bit longer. Just watch them after 30 minutes and bake until browned slightly on the top and bottom.
-Because this bread lacks any added fats, it is best to serve it on the day you make it.
-Rolled oats, sunflower seeds, and caraway seeds all make fine toppings to sprinkle on this bread before baking.
-If you aren’t crazy about the spinach, you can definitely skip it. Just add another ¼ cup of nondairy milk in its place.
We wish everyone a happy, healthy and safe St. Patrick’s Day. Sláinte!
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