I love trying new recipes, especially around the holidays. I have rounded up 25 Easter side dishes that would be perfect for your family get together. These are all fairly easy to make and sound absolutely delicious! I can’t wait to try some of them out.
Every year at Easter, my family gathers at my grandparent’s house. Our family just keeps getting bigger so there are usually around 30-40 people there. We do a potluck style meal where everyone brings something. I’ll probably have to double up on these recipes since I have to feed so many people. I really like the ones that you can do in the slow cooker!
Cinnamon Brown Sugar Carrots from Damn Delicious sound so good. A really yummy take on carrots, so it is perfect for Easter!
Southern Fried Okra from Plain Chicken is perfect for my Southern family. My grandpa and I usually fight over the fried okra :). This recipe is simple and only uses 4 ingredients.
Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes from High Heels and Grills is perfect for a large crowd.
Creamed Kale & Spinach Casserole from Living Well Spending Less is good if you want to add some green into your meal.
Copycat Chick-fil-a Coleslaw from Shugary Sweets is really simple to make. This is also good to have on hand since they are no longer serving coleslaw at the restaurants.
Southern Style Slow Cooker Mac & Cheese is a favorite in my house. This is a must have for any family get together and it’s easy!
Cheesy Baked Cauliflower Tots from Kalyn’s Kitchen are a great way to get kids to eat a veggie.
Honey Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes from Rasa Malaysia is a really easy and frugal side dish to try.
Creamy Parmesan Rice from South your Mouth sounds like a side dish everyone will love!
Cheesy Oven Roasted Potatoes are so easy and only have 4 ingredients!
Spinach Artichoke Dip Pasta Salad from Cook Crave Inspire looks like a delicious pasta side. I love spinach artichoke dip but never though of making it a pasta salad!
Texas Roadhouse Rolls from Jo Cooks are a must have. I will be honest and say that I usually go to Texas Roadhouse just for the rolls. They are so addictive! Plus, she shows you how to make the yummy cinnamon honey butter.
Garlic Knots from Rasa Mayalsia is another yummy option for bread.
Best Every Deviled Eggs from Mrs. Happy Homemaker is an Easter staple. You can’t have an Easter dinner without deviled eggs, at least not in my family.
Beer Rice from Plain Chicken sounds delicious if you want another rice option. Beer and rice, what else do you need?
Potato Roses from Family Friends Food seems a bit time consuming but is a beautiful presentation. This is probably best if you don’t have a really large crowd.
Cucumber Greek Salad from Belle of the Kitchen is a refreshing and healthy side dish for your meal.
Slow Cooker Brown Butter Carrots from The Food Charlatan is an easy side to make and a great way to get kids to eat their carrots.
Cheesy Broccoli Orzo from Iowa Girl Eats looks simply amazing! I love me some cheese!
Ruth’s Chris Sweet Potato Casserole is something I make for every family get together. I get so many compliments on it. If you like sweet potatoes, you will love this!
Grilled Sweet Corn w/ Chili Lime Honey Butter from Iowa Girl Eats is smokey and sweet.
Bloomin’ Baked Potato from The Gunny Sack looks great for any meal. Potatoes, cheese, and bacon….oh my!
Slow Cooker Butternut Squash from 365 Days of Slow Cooking is another perfect slow cooker side.
Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus from Body N Balance Spa looks super easy and a great way to get kids to try asparagus.
Hot Crossed Buns from Jo Cooks are an Easter must have. They are perfect as a side or a yummy dessert.
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All of these recipes make me want to start cooking right now! If you want more recipe ideas, you can check out Quick and Easy Easter Recipes ebook. It has some really great reviews.
What are some of your favorite Easter side dishes? Is there a must have on your table every year?