These cheese crisps are perfect if you need a snack to serve while dinner is being prepared, or you want something to pass at the table instead of rolls. And, again, only two ingredients! You just mix up some crushed cheese crackers with some freshly shredded Colby Jack cheese, spoon onto a baking sheet and bake. Delish!
This dish couldn't possibly be easier with only two ingredients, one of which you might already have in your cupboard. Just toss cauliflower florets with store-bought sun-dried tomato pesto and roast! Done and done!
This colorful quinoa pilaf is the perfect addition to Easter dinner, as the light and bright flavors and texture will counteract some of the heavier dishes. Plus, it would be hard to top this when it comes to nutritional value.
If your family loves green bean casserole, but you want to change it up, try this updated version with a homemade celery root and mushroom cream sauce, and breadcrumbs combined with fried onions for the topping. Yum!
This potato salad recipe (which happens to be Curtis Stone's favorite dish ever) is a crowd pleaser and easy to make when you're multitasking a holiday meal featuring many different dishes. It is meant to be served warm, but you could totally make it ahead.
Easter is quickly approaching and whether you're hosting a meal, or just need a side dish to bring to a pot luck, we've got you covered. From couldn't-be-easier to slightly more time consuming but extremely elegant, we're counting down 19 delectable side dish recipes you could serve at an Easter dinner.
Our list has everything from spicy cheese crisps to colorful quinoa pilaf! Click through the slideshow above to find a dish for your festive gathering.