You have that spiral ham, and now you have to think about Easter sides and Easter desserts.
Here are some ideas to help make Easter Dinner Special.
Try pasta as a side dish. This classic Genovese basil, potato and green bean spaghetti works so well with ham.
If you want a make ahead dish or are going to pot luck, this red beet pesto brussels sprouts dish will win over the crowd.
This blue cheese cole slaw works well with salty ham. Lots of good flavor too.
Spring inspired radish focaccia. This is for those who want to venture out of the box.
One of my all time favorite, refreshing salads is this Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Lemon Dressing Salad.
Comfort food cravings are easily satisfied with Savory Sweet Potato Grits
Roasted Asparagus. Easy on the cook and elegant.
Or a little more work but wow… Asparagus bread pudding from Greg at Sippity Sup.
Stovetop Candied Sweet Potatoes can be made the day before and then heated, making it easy for eating after church.
Try this Broccoli Salad with honey yogurt dressing from Jeanett’s Healthy Cooking.
Scalloped Sweet Potato Casserole with Bacon from Family Fresh Cooking.
We never had ham without baked corn.
Ginger Glazed Carrots from Savvy Eats
Arugula Salad with White Chocolate Confetti Why should the chocolate just be for dessert.
Homemade Chocolate Marshmallow Eggs by Butter with a Side of Bread.
Lemon Shaker Pie Very easy and surprisingly good.
Carrot Cake with Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting Classic Easter.
Wow your guests with this old fashioned Southern coconut cake.
For extra fun, color the coconut with this technique.
In my childhood, it wasn’t Easter without Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Eggs.
I hope you have a great day with family and friends. xoxo