Whether your family likes potatoes, stuffing, marshmallows or all of the above, discover the perfect complement to any Easter meal.
This savory stuffing recipe makes enough to fill a 14- to 16-pound bird and is always a hit, even with kids. And when made with low-fat turkey sausage, this is a healthy and complete meal in itself.
Although your kids may pick out all the lima beans in this classic side dish, they will have fun making it--and saying its name.
Your kids may crinkle their noses at the idea of eating sweet potatoes, but this version, with toasty marshmallows and a name as delicious as dessert, is sure to be a winner.
Smashing the spuds is a great way to harness your child's holiday excitement.
Served with a salad and warm, crusty bread, risotto makes for a wonderfully cozy dinner. Healthy butternut squash lends nutrients to this version, and kids can help out by keeping the pot stirred.
Broccolini's tender texture and flavor make for a deliciously light and healthy side to your holiday meal. Serve it simply, tossed in a bit of olive oil with a squeeze of lemon juice, so that its fresh flavor shines through.
Scalloped spuds are a snazzy way to enjoy potatoes.
Create a colorful plate of carrots for the kids to enjoy.
An unbeatable side dish.
A great side dish that goes with fish, pork, or beef.
Flavored to perfection, homemade mashed potatoes may seem like a lot of work, but a little peeling and mashing are worth the effort.
Sizzling green beans in a little oil helps to bring out their natural sweetness. Prosciutto, pine nuts and lemon zest dress up the flavor without adding a lot of fat - a nice alternative to full-fat, creamy green bean casseroles.