On March 17, we’re all Irish, so why not celebrate with nut-free goodies that show your Irish side?
Go naturally green
In some baked goods, SunButter actually creates a green color.
Allergy Friendly Cook Cybele Pascal created SunButter Greenies for her little leprechauns.
Emily at Daily Garnish whipped up these muffins that took on a green tinge.
Here’s the scoop:
Sunflower seeds have chlorophyll, which can interact with baking soda and/or baking powder to create a green hue in cookies, muffins, breads and other baked goods. It’s not harmful, and the rest of the year, you can avoid the green by adding a bit of lemon juice to recipes that call for SunButter and baking powder or soda.
Irish Soda Bread
We couldn’t develop a tasty version of this with SunButter, and even spreading SunButter on it just wasn’t right, but we know lots of you are gluten-free, so we’re sharing this gluten-free, dairy-free Irish Soda Bread recipe from Living Without:
Scoop up pub fare
This SunButter Hummus from Kare at KitchenTreaty goes well with pita chips, crackers, carrots, celery and, of course, green beer.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Let us know your favorite seasonal recipes in the comment here, too, aye?
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We’re always looking for favorite snack recipes that we can adapt to peanut free with SunButter. We’ve seen this one in various forms, and this recipe creates it with a bit of a spring twist, little edible birds nests to fill with jelly or other candy eggs. It’s quick and …