The Easter Ham may take center stage, but we all know that it’s the Easter Side Dish Recipes that steal the show! From creamy mashed potatoes or cheesy scalloped potatoes to the spinach or broccoli casserole and let’s not forget the deviled eggs! Yay! Come on in and check out all of the yummies that I have rounded up for your today…
You can find the link to the these Easter Side Dish Recipes sources UNDER THE PHOTO. It should be highlighted for you.
There’s no messing around here, people. We are going straight to Potatoes. I mean, really…what would Easter Dinner be without the potatoes?
Can I hear a Whoot! Whoot! for Glorious, Cheesy, Scalloped Potatoes? This recipe is found on The Yellow Bliss Road
3 Ingredient Roasted Potatoes – from the Food Charlatan
Loaded Baked Potato Rounds – found on Lil’ Luna
Slow Cooker Cheesy Potatoes – from Six Sisters’ Stuff
Garlic Parmesan Scalloped Potatoes – found on Cafe Delites
Here’s my PRE-good camera photo – of the most incredible MAKE AHEAD mashed potatoes! Click here
Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes – found on Life in the Lofthouse
Loaded Mashed Potato Casserole – found on Chef In Training
Easter Side Dish Recipes – Featuring Vegetables…
Parmesan Roasted Green Beans – found on Lemon Tree Dwelling
Easy Garlic and Herb Roasted Carrots – found on Ahead of Thyme
Oven Roasted Asparagus – found on House of Nash Eats
Roasted Honey Glazed Carrots – found on Delicious Meets Healthy
Steakhouse Green Beans – found on New South Charm
Barbeque Baked Beans – found on Kid Friendly Things To Do
Casserole Sides for Easter
Brussel Sprouts Gratin – found on A Dish of Daily Life
Asparagus Casserole – found on Spicy Southern Kitchen
Broccoli Rice Casserole – found on Spicy Southern Kitchen
Crock Pot Green Bean Casserole – found on The Magical Slow Cooker
Cold Easter Side Recipes
Deviled Egg Macaroni Salad – found on Butter Your Biscuit
Creamy Bacon Pea Salad – found on Dinner Then Dessert
Layered Spring Salad – found on Home Is Where the Boat Is
BLT Pasta Salad – found on Crunchy Creamy Sweet
Creamy Cucumber Salad – found on Can’t Stay Out of the Kitchen
Easter Bunny Pear Salad – found on Party Pinching
Finally! What’s Easter without Deviled Eggs?
Classic Deviled Eggs – found on The Country Cook
Southern Style Deviled Eggs – found on The Kitchen Is My Playground
Loaded Deviled Eggs – found on Six Sister’s Stuff
Quick and Easy Deviled Eggs – found on Paleo Scaleo
Jalapeno Poppers Deviled Eggs – found on Spicy Southern Kitchen
Avocado Deviled Eggs – found on Cakes Cottage
What was I thinking? I almost forgot the bread! Phew. I lost my head there for a minute.
Here are some yummy looking bread recipes for Easter Sides…
One Hour Rolls – found on Little Red Hen
Empty Tomb Rolls – found on Oh Sweet Basil
Texas Roadhouse Copycat Rolls – found on Finding Zest
Easy to make Easter Bunny Rolls – from Plated Cravings
Garlic Knots – found on Damn Delicious
Lion Rolls – found on The Girl Who Ate Everything
That’s it for now. I hope you have a wonderful and delicious Easter Celebration.
If you are looking for some fun Easter Treats for the Kids, Look no further. We have loads of ideas, right here, on Kid Friendly Things To Do…
Check out these fun and easy to make Easter Rice Krispies Carrots – Click Here
Here’s another fun Easter Treat – Haystack Birdnest. So simple to make too. Click Here
There’s so much more to see….
For more fun Easter Treat Ideas. click here
~Melissa – Kid Friendly Things To Do
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I can’t believe you did not include the time honored Betty Crocker Bunny salad in your collection! I still make it to this day and my grandkids love it. a simple canned pear halve, plated on a leaf of butter lettuce, a scoop of cottage cheese for a tail, a couple raisins for eyes, some almond slices for ears and a half a marashino cherry for a nose. over the years i upgraded with a bed of shredded carrots and lettuce, a fresh strawberry for a nose, apple slices for ears. Served with a french or thousand island dressing.
You’re right, Carol! The classics are always my favorite go to ideas and recipes. I think I found a Betty Crocker Bunny tutorial similar to what you are talking about. I added the link – just for you. I remember my mom made something similar, but I think they were mice. So fun!