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Easter Side Dishes

Round out your main course with these favorite Easter sides including asparagus, broccoli casserole, scalloped potatoes and more.

Scalloped Apples Casserole

Scalloped Apples Casserole

Scalloped Apples Casserole

When preparing my first Thanksgiving dinner years ago, I wanted to add something special to the table and came up with this recipe. It's been a part of our traditional dinner ever since.

Bacon Onion Asparagus

Bacon Onion Asparagus

Bacon Onion Asparagus

This side dish gets its tang from vinegar and its crunch from toasted sesame seeds. This is a wonderful way to dress up that seasonal favorite.—Sheila Elliott, Bear, Delaware

Oven Roasted Asparagus

Oven Roasted Asparagus

Oven Roasted Asparagus

Asparagus never tasted so good! Simply seasoned with butter and green onions, the roasted spears have a fresh flavor and keep their bright color, too. You might want to make extra. -Jody Fisher Stewartstown, Pennsylvania
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Crumb-Topped Baked Pineapple

Crumb-Topped Baked Pineapple

Crumb-Topped Baked Pineapple

Sweet fruit and a crunchy topping give this comforting side dish plenty of old-fashioned goodness. It's the perfect tummy warmer for any cold-weather occasion.

Lemon-Dilled Brussels Sprouts

Lemon-Dilled Brussels Sprouts

Lemon-Dilled Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts get dressed up for the holidays when I make this flavorful dish. Lemon and dill season the buttery sauce, and chopped walnuts add just the right crunch.

Cranberry Rice Pilaf

Cranberry Rice Pilaf

Cranberry Rice Pilaf

This deliciously different pilaf gets its festive color from tart cranberries, while brown rice provides wholesome flavor. It's excellent alongside poultry.

Golden Squash Bake

Golden Squash Bake

Golden Squash Bake

I save this memorable casserole for the holidays. We all look forward to it! The squash has a slight tang from sour cream, and allspice lends delightful aroma and flavor.

Glazed Dijon Carrots

Glazed Dijon Carrots

Glazed Dijon Carrots

I not only serve these sweet glazed carrots during the holidays, but many times throughout the year as well. Not only is it delightfully different, it tastes so good all the kids gladly gobble it up!

Supreme Scalloped Potatoes

Supreme Scalloped Potatoes

Supreme Scalloped Potatoes

For a true down-home dinner, serve these creamy potatoes alongside your favorite roast beef. When I know I have a full day ahead, I'll assemble this casserole the night before. —Erla Burkholder, Ewing, Illinois

Two-Cheese Spinach Bake

Two-Cheese Spinach Bake

Two-Cheese Spinach Bake

My family will eat spinach on Thanksgiving and throughout the year if it's in this rich, cheesy side dish loaded with flavor. It also makes a great meatless meal with a tossed salad. —Chris Barila, Pisgah Forest, North Carolina

Apricot Casserole

Apricot Casserole

Apricot Casserole

This sweet fruit dish is a terrific complement to salty ham on Easter morning. Apricot is a tasty change from the more common pineapple. —Janice Montiverdi, Sugar Land, Texas
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