Easter Dinner Side Dishes

Easter is right around the corner, so today we’ve got food on the brain. Whether or not you’re making an Easter ham, these side dishes are sure to be a hit with everyone at the table.

Photo Source: Pioneer Woman
Photo Source: Pioneer Woman

Mashed Potatoes From The Pioneer Woman. It’s not dinner without mashed potatoes as a side dish. Buttery, creamy, and delicious, these are a must-make.

roasted veggies
Photo Source: The Wednesday Chef

Roasted Vegetables From The Wednesday Chef. The best part about roasted vegetables is that they are so easy. You can make whatever vegetables you want. Just slice, season, and roast and you’re good to go.

cauliflower
Photo Source: Bon Appetite

Roasted Lemon Cauliflower From Bon Appetite. Cauliflower is taken up a notch by adding lemon parsley and sea salt for a delicious side dish.

rice
Photo Source: Simply Recipes

Rice Pilaf From Simply Recipes. Rice pilaf is a great side dish if you’ve got vegetarians (like myself) attending your Easter dinner. It’s filling and delicious, and something the vegetarians can take big helpings of!

corn
Photo Source: Post And Courier

Chipotle Creamed Corn From Post And Courier. This chipotle version of creamed corn has some serious kick in it for all you spicy food lovers out there!

asparagus
Photo Source: Mommart

Asparagus And Mushrooms Side Dish From Mommart. Okay, confession. I’m one of those weird people who loves asparagus, mushrooms, Lima beans, and Brussels sprouts. You know, all those “weird” vegetables that get a bad rep. Well, not only are they really good for you, but they taste great too!

Photo Source: My Recipes
Photo Source: My Recipes

Zesty Three- Bean and Roasted Corn Salad. Bright, colorful and healthy, this is the perfect addition to your family meal.

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