Irish Nachos

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. It’s time to break out all the green and make your Leprechaun traps (Stella has her’s ready to go).

I like to build up to my traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner with other Irish themed meals. The other day we had Bangers and Mash, Maizie was a bit hesitant because of the name, bit once she tried it, she couldn’t get enough.

One of my family’s favorites is Irish Nachos. They are delicious and so easy to make.

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I call them Irish Nachos, but these don’t have be be just for March.  We ate them while watching the Super Bowl or when one of the kids requests them.

When we have them for dinner, we pair them up with corned beef sandwiches, if your’re going Irish, you should just go all the way.

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Irish Nachos
Nachos aren't just for chips. Throw on some green and give these a try.
Kraus House Mom
Cuisine Appetizer
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Servings
Ingredients
Cuisine Appetizer
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Servings
Ingredients
Kraus House Mom
Instructions
  1. Arrange cooked waffle fries on a plate or platter.
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  2. Pour nacho cheese evenly over the waffle fries.
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  3. Put sour cream into zip top bag, cut off corner and pipe onto waffle fries
  4. Sprinkle bacon and scallions across the top
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30 thoughts on “Irish Nachos

  1. I will not wait for St. Patrick’s day to make this. Tomorrow is the day! This would be the perfect snack for our family movie night!

  2. We are all about holidays over here. St. Patrick’s Day is always a fun one. Need to try these nachos because how can you go wrong when waffle fries are involved?

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