I’ve never really been much for St. Patrick’s Day. In school I was way too uptight for the construction paper shamrocks the other girls pinned on their uniforms so I had to deal with the “Where’s your green?!” questions all day long.
As I’ve gotten older and now have kids that I can dress in green, I enjoy it a lot more. But I’m still not one for traditional St. Paddy’s food. You won’t see me slow cooking corned beef and cabbage or anything like that. My favorite thing to do this time of year is go to Costco and get a huge block of Kerrygold Dubliner and then eat it on top of black pepper Triscuits for a week straight. Never gets old.
I managed to save a little bit of my Dubliner to make these Corned Beef and Irish Cheddar Sliders and I’m so happy I did.
They start with super soft potato rolls (found in the bakery section) smeared with mayo. Then you pile on the deli corned beef and Dubliner before pouring a delicious mustard sauce on top. Bake until the cheese is melted and gooey and omg, so addictive.
My kids are weirdly picky about sandwiches and tend to just stick to peanut butter and marshmallow fluff but I had zero complaints about these.
adapted from I Am A Honeybee Ingredients Instructions
adapted from I Am A Honeybee