These Easter side dishes are the perfect thing to round out your holiday feast! Choose from delicious vegetables, potatoes, salads, breads, and more to make the best sides for Easter dinner.
Easter Side Dishes
Just like any holiday meal, my favorite part of Easter dinner is the sides! I love filling up my plate with all of the vegetables, salads, casseroles, potatoes, and other side dishes (especially if they’re covered in cheese).
These easy Easter side dishes pair perfectly with ham, lamb, or any pork or beef dish you might be serving for dinner. There are healthy recipes, cheesy recipes, and plenty of dishes you can make ahead of time as well.
Combine any of these ideas to make the best sides for Easter, whether you’re cooking for just a few people or for a whole crowd.
What should I serve for Easter dinner?
Before we get to all of the delicious side dishes, you’re probably looking for a main course. Whether you serve a traditional Easter ham, lamb, pork, or beef, there are plenty of options for your Easter dinner. Here are some favorites.
What are the best Easter sides?
There are so many delicious side dish recipes that are just perfect for Easter dinner. Regardless of which main dish you choose, the sides are a must. I like to have a mix of vegetables, potatoes, breads, and salad to round out the meal. Choose one of each, or make more if you need to feed a crowd!
So many sides go perfectly with ham, from potatoes and veggies to your favorite casseroles. I recommend some mashed potatoes and delicious green beans for a classic meal.
There are plenty of recipes below that can easily be made ahead of time and kept in the fridge until ready to heat and serve. Try these make ahead mashed potatoes or Green Goddess pasta salad.
Lamb makes a beautiful holiday dish, and I love serving it with carrots, potatoes, and a salad for the perfect meal.
Casseroles are a great option if you need to feed a lot of people. Make large batches of mac and cheese, potatoes, or veggies that everyone can enjoy.
Salads are a great side for Easter because they’re fresh and filled with healthy ingredients, which is the perfect thing for a spring holiday. And of course there are tons of vegetable sides listed below that keep things light. Try this cucumber salad or roasted butternut squash hasselback.
The kids will probably love anything cheesy, so try some cheesy veggies (like these cheesy potatoes). Mac and cheese is a good option too!
80+ Easter Side Dishes
Any of these Easter side dishes will work perfectly on the table this holiday. Whether you prefer the traditional sides or something new, there’s a recipe (or two or three…) here you’ll love.
Traditional Easter Side Dishes
These are the most traditional Easter sides to add to your holiday dinner. Everyone will love seeing these classic recipes on the table.
Easter Potato Recipes
Every holiday feast needs some potatoes on the side. Whether you prefer your potatoes mashed, scalloped, baked, or extra cheesy, there’s a recipe here you’ll love.
Vegetable Sides for Easter
Get all the veggie sides you need here! Make green beans, brussels sprouts, carrots and more, all covered in tasty sauces and seasonings.
These aren’t your typical boring salads. There are plenty of healthy leafy options, but as a side dish, I love the delicious, hearty, ingredient-filled salads that pack a punch!
Don’t forget to add some biscuits, rolls, or bread to your Easter feast.
Make a casserole for a side dish that is easy to make, delicious, and big enough to feed a crowd.
Instant Pot Side Dishes
Whip out the pressure cooker for these easy side dish recipes. Make your favorites in the quickest and easiest way!
Slow Cooker Sides
Let your slow cooker do the work with the Easter sides while you focus on other dishes, or your guests.
Fill out the rest of your Easter dinner with these easy side dishes. They’re all so easy and delicious, they’ll surely make all your guests happy. Enjoy your holiday!
Now that you’ve got all your sides sorted, find more recipes and ideas to fill out the rest of your holiday menu!
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