Pan Fried Zucchini is a crispy, fried, golden brown side dish packed with flavor and texture perfect for any dinner. The crunchy golden breadcrumb and parmesan outside paired with a refreshing juicy inside is such a treat!
Some snacks here are perfect for late afternoon, others are the perfect appetizers to feed a hungry crowd.
This ambrosia salad is a classic recipe just like Grandma used to make.
This Brown sugar roasted carrots recipe delivers a tender, roasted, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth, balance of sweet and savory carrots.
Everything is tossed in a delicious maple garlic dressing and then roasted on a baking sheet in the oven. The result is the perfect crunchy brussels sprouts, with sweetness from the maple syrup and a bit of salty flavor from the bacon.
Whether served as a side dish or a dessert, this orange jello salad is sure to be a hit with everyone. Only 4 ingredients needed!
These honey cinnamon roasted sweet potatoes are full of flavor! This is a simple side dish to serve with a variety of main meals including salmon, chicken, beef or pork.
Peanut butter oatmeal bars are made with just 4 ingredients, they’re no bake, and one of the easiest snacks you’ll ever make! They’re easy, fast to make, and totally delicious!
Tender green beans are sauteed in butter, garlic, salt, and pepper, all of which enhance the fresh flavors of the green beans perfectly. You’ll have these cooked in less than 10 minutes!
Cucumber tomato salad is light and refreshing with the perfect dressing recipe. So easy and delicious to feed a crowd with.
Watermelon cucumber salad is a tasty and healthy dish that’s easy to prepare. The combination of sweet watermelon and tangy cucumber is sure to please your taste buds.
Pea salad is a creamy side dish made with peas, bacon, cheese and red onion, all smothered in a creamy sauce.
If you’re looking for a delicious and healthy side dish, roasted cabbage steaks might be just what you need. This simple recipe involves slicing a head of cabbage into thick steaks, seasoning them with easy spices, and roasting them in the oven. The result is a dish that’s crispy on the outside and tender on …