Hey, friends! Holy cow, we had a busy week! I’ve got a new salad dressing recipe to share with you today, but first…Between Mother’s Day, Casey’s birthday, Field Day, the Preakness, and soccer…I feel like we never stopped (and that’s not a complaint, just a fact)! We’re looking ahead at the last few days of school, so my boys are amped up on end-of-the-year excitement. Wish me luck this week as we transition into a new season…
A simple Layered Cornbread Salad comes together in just 20 minutes, creating a show-stopping potluck dish that only looks like you spent hours in the kitchen. The decadent combination of sweet cornbread, crispy bacon, and sharp cheddar cheese is paired with fresh, crisp veggies for a salad that will add a touch of Southern twang to your next meal!
Full of simple and fresh ingredients, Aunt Bee’s Shrimp and Pasta Salad has been a family-favorite for decades! It’s the perfect side dish for your next cookout, an easy option for a weeknight dinner, or a refreshing make-ahead lunch option. This multi-tasking recipe will soon become a regular in your kitchen as well!
From my childhood dinner table, these Leftover Ham and Cheddar Scalloped Potatoes are classic Southern comfort food with only 10 minutes of prep! The simple casserole is a great way to enjoy leftover ham (or store-bought diced ham) in a family-friendly one dish meal!
Along with asparagus, peas are one of the most quintessential spring veggies and they have always been popular with my boys. Instead of serving up the usual steamed frozen peas that appear on our dinner plates throughout the year, I decided that the fresh spring peas deserved a more special treatment in the form of this Southern Pea Salad. It’s cool, crispy, and packed full of sweet flavors. Even my non-pea-loving husband likes this dish!
These Cheddar, Chive and Bacon Biscuits are the perfect, simple recipe for breakfast, brunch, or a dinner side dish! Plus, only 15 minutes of prep!
Garlic Parmesan Zucchini Casserole is an easy side dish recipe that comes together in just minutes! It’s the best way to get kids to eat their veggies!
You only need 5 minutes to prepare Aunt Bee’s Lucky Hoppin’ John — with black-eyed peas, smokey bacon, and tender rice — it’s an easy side dish for New Year’s Day!
You only need 3 ingredients and 15 minutes to make my Grandma’s Easy Sauerkraut with Crispy Bacon! It’s a family favorite side dish that’s perfect for the holidays!
With just 5 minutes of prep, this 6-Cup Ambrosia Salad is an easy side dish or festive dessert that’s perfect for the holidays!