This simple, creamy, and delicious side dish has been a family favorite for decades! Aunt Bee’s 3-Ingredient Cheesy Potato Casserole is a staple on just about every holiday table, and it’s a quick prep-ahead option that makes mealtime easy!
It wouldn’t be a holiday feast without a warm, fragrant dish of Southern Cornbread Stuffing! Loaded with cranberries, apples and pecans, this easy side dish is the perfect companion for your golden roasted turkey!
Layers of broccoli, cheese, and a creamy sauce are topped with stuffing for the ultimate Easy, Cheesy Broccoli Casserole! Fannie’s recipe is a perfect vegetarian potluck dish, a great side for the holidays, and a delicious addition to your next weeknight dinner!
Years and years ago, I shared a spinach casserole recipe on the blog that was handed down to me by my mother-in-law’s friend during a recipe exchange at my bridal shower. Fast forward about 13 years and I’m still enjoying the delicious side dish — with a few of my own updates. This Easy Creamed Spinach Casserole is a family favorite that just gets better with time!
This recipe for 3-Ingredient Crispy Seasoned Red Potatoes is one of those easy side dishes that you’ll turn to over and over again to complete your meal. With just 10 minutes of prep, the zesty potatoes are roasted in the oven for a charred exterior and a tender, buttery inside!
These simple Southern Fried Apples are an easy side dish or a light dessert that’s perfect for fall — and they’re ready in just a few minutes!
Nothing tastes better with a grilled hamburger or a barbecue chicken sandwich than a cool and creamy Classic Southern Macaroni Salad! File this perfect side dish recipe away for your next cookout or potluck — it always wins rave reviews!
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…
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!
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!