Do you plan your Easter Menu?
Easter Menus can be daunting, the planning.. down right frightening. Do you serve Ham or Lamb? How many side dishes do you make? Do you serve appetizers?
For my family, it’s always been Ham on Easter, Turkey at Thanksgiving and Chili on Christmas Eve.
If this is the first Easter meal that you’ve cooked it can feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders. Seriously y’all.. don’t let it.
I’m going to be playing with some Ham recipes this week and I’ll share them very soon, promise.
For today.. here are two side dishes that will be appearing on OUR Easter table:
I made this potato chip topped, creamy, flavor packed, cream cheese enhanced casserole last Easter and it was one of the first things to FLY off our table. Seriously, you add potatoes, green onions, sour cream, potato chips, sun dried tomato and basil cream cheese, cheese and more… how can you go wrong? Plus, it’s EASY to make!!!!
You can find the recipe here.
Fresh, crisp green beans, baby red potatoes, salt, pepper, dijon mustard, red wine vinaigrette and more blend together in a dressing that adds a special zing and unique flavor to this refreshing twist on a green bean side dish. If you’re tired of the same green bean or potato salad dish, this is the side dish to add to your table. When I serve it, it gets thumbs up from everyone and requests for it to show up again sooner rather than later.
What’s going to be on your table this Easter? Do y’all do Ham, Lamb or something else for a main dish?
I’d love y’all to share your Easter Menus and Ideas!