Make these light and fresh side dishes to round out your perfect Easter meal.
Give this Southern favorite fresh flavor by adding dill and shredded chicken. Stacked white cake stands decorated with colored
paper napkins create a snappy yet casual centerpiece.
Even salads get dressed for Easter. Try this version with a Zesty Lemon-Poppy Seed Dressing to start the meal.
Smooth and creamy Avocado Soup With Marinated Shrimp is a cinch to prepare because it requires no cooking. Instead of bowls,
consider using flutes or other fun glassware to serve this soup.
Inspired by the classic potato-and-leek vichyssoise (vihsh-ee-SWAHZ), we added zucchini and gave this recipe our Southern
twist with the addition of crisp, crumbled bacon.
This recipe could not be any easier and is sure to delight your Easter guests. For an extra kick, sprinkle with bacon bits.
Full-bodied and richly flavored, this collards dish is inspired by flavors of New Orleans. A Béchamel sauce gives fresh collard
greens a creamy consistency. It's a classic taste of the South.
Sweet, caramelized pearl onions make an elegant Easter side dish. This version is flavored with butter, white wine, and brown
sugar and then baked for under an hour.
They say that carrots are good for your eyes and whether that is true or not, these carrots are certainly good for your taste
For these scrumptious roasted carrots, you can used bagged baby carrots, but for a better taste, use young carrots with tops.
Macaroni and Cheese is a must-have at any traditional Southern family table. Try this 5-star version that has just 8 ingredients
and is a snap to prepare.
These mini stuffed potatoes are perfect for an appetizer or to bring with you as an Easter potluck side. Choose potatoes that
are more oval in shape to best resemble deviled eggs.
You'll adore this potato-and-green bean dish paired with a delicious creamy dressing. Find fingerling potatoes at your local
grocery store. Plan to make the dressing while the potatoes cook.
Jazz up your usual mashed potatoes with our cream cheese version for the perfect Easter side dish.
Lemon juice and fresh thyme provide a springlike flavor to roasted potatoes. To save the time of peeling little potatoes,
cut larger peeled Yukons into chunks. Any leftover potatoes are great for a potato salad the next day.
This mouthwatering Easter side dish will satisfy lovers of crunchy pecans and cornflakes as well as marshmallows.
This creamy chicken salad pairs perfectly with the crunch of pecans, Granny Smith apples, red onions, and celery.
Serve this salad in small paper cups for easy cleanup so you can get back to hunting for those Easter eggs.
Avocado Fruit Salad combines avocado, fruit, and mint for a fresh Easter salad. It pairs wonderfully with chicken salad, ham
biscuits, and cheeses for your Easter brunch.
This congealed salad is a cool, delicious twist on a retro luncheon staple.
Choose your favorite fillings, and prepare up to a day ahead for your Easter menu.
Plan on 1⁄4 cup filling for each whole sandwich. Freeze bread slices until firm. (This makes it easier to trim and cut the sandwiches.)
If you need a smaller amount for your Easter meal, you can easily cut the recipe in half.
These rolls start with frozen bread dough but taste as if they're made from scratch—perfect for no-fuss entertaining. You'll
get a spectacular look and big flavor while saving time.
Tender, delectable Honey Yeast Rolls are a must-serve and best warm from the oven and slathered with sweet honey butter.
Cheddar cheese biscuits are the perfect addition to an Easter menu.
Flat-leaf parsley, chives, and mint add a fresh, pretty finish to this tasty dish.
Pickled beets give Chinese tea eggs a colorful flavor makeover.