Last Updated on February 9, 2020 by Ellen Christian
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Have you ever made a traditional Irish soda bread? With St. Patrick’s Day almost here, I wanted to share a few Irish soda bread recipes with you. Everyone in my family loves homemade bread whether it’s just sliced with fresh butter or toasted with honey. To keep it traditional, you can eat yours with clotted cream which is a British spread that is somewhere between whipped cream and butter.
Traditional Irish Soda Bread Recipes
Traditional Irish Soda Bread is baked in a cast iron skillet or dutch oven. I think it gives it the best taste and texture, but you can certainly bake it in a different type of bread pan if you don’t have cast iron on hand. Remember, you need to season your cast iron to make it last.
- Irish Soda Bread Scones
- Gluten-Free Irish Soda Bread
- Sweet Irish Soda Bread
- Traditional Irish Soda Bread
- Vegan Irish Soda Bread
- Easy Irish Soda Bread
- Classic Irish Soda Bread
- Baking Irish Soda Bread with Kids
- Irish Soda Bread Biscuits
- Apricot Orange Irish Soda Bread
- Rosemary Cheddar Irish Soda Bread
- Garlic and Herb Irish Soda Bread
- Irish Soda Bread Scones
- Skillet Irish Soda Bread
- American Irish Soda Bread
- Irish Soda Bread for Breadmakers
- Mini Irish Soda Bread Muffins
- Irish Brown Soda Bread
- Grain Free Irish Soda Bread
- Seeded Whole Grain Soda Bread
Note: As a frugal cooking tip, you can make your own buttermilk if you don’t have any. Just take slightly less than two cups of milk and add two tablespoons of lemon juice to it. Let it stand for 5 minutes and you have buttermilk. No need to run to the store to purchase buttermilk when you don’t have any.
If you’re looking for something delicious to have for dinner with one of these traditional Irish Soda Bread recipes, I highly recommend my Irish Dublin Coddle. It’s a family favorite that gets asked for over and over again. Grab the link below.
More St. Patrick’s Day articles
If you’re looking for more St. Patrick’s Day fun, why not try these:
- Make a natural mint Shamrock Shake
- Learn to make Irish Oatcakes
- Try Corned beef and cabbage
- Make an Irish buttermilk bath
- Learn about St Patrick’s Day history for kids
- Check out this framed Irish proverb craft
- Try my Bailey’s non alcoholic Irish cream
- Make an easy Irish coffee scrub
- Try my Irish spice cake
- Make an Irish cheese board
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