19 casserole and vegetable side dishes perfect for Easter Sunday that can accompany either a brunch or dinner menu.
From homemade biscuits, scalloped potatoes and southern green beans, each of these recipes can be served alongside a ham or a breakfast casserole.
Check out all the other delicious Easter Brunch Ideas for even more recipes.
If you've been trying to figure out what to serve alongside your French toast casserole or your maple glazed ham recipe, look no further!
Included in this collection are 19 delicious side dish recipes that will be perfect for your upcoming Easter celebration. There's something for everyone!
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💭Crock Pot Side Dishes
Taking advantage of your crock pot is always ideal when celebrating a holiday. It's a great way to save time and free up oven space for the main course.
Slow cooked side dishes can even be prepared the day ahead and then reheated slowly in the crock pot while the brunch recipes or ham is cooking in the oven.
💭How far in advance can you make side dishes?
There are quite a few side dishe recipes that can easily be made in advance for any holiday celebration...especially Easter. If you plan on serving any of these recipes for Easter, you're going to want to try to prep ahead a good portion of the food you plan on serving.
Mashed potatoes can be prepped ahead! Especially when you use my Company Mashed Potatoes recipe. That recipe was created to be made the day before you need to serve it.
Casseroles can typically last up to 3 days in the refrigerator before they need to be reheated. You can steam veggies the night before and easily reheat in the microwave. Try my Ranch Flavored Carrots recipe!
Just be sure when you are reheating any dish that was prepped before that you bring them up to the proper temperature.
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