This salmon gets a saucy kick from a mustard-dill topping. Pair with crispy asparagus fries for an irresistible side.
Even your greens need a hint of cheese—or in this case, a whole block.
This flaky crust will be the real winner at your Easter table.
Tools you'll need: Springform pan ($22, )
Skip the heavy egg-loaded potato salad and opt for this light, zesty version.
This grilled chicken has a light, refreshing flavor, perfect for a spring meal.
Chicken legs get upgraded with a sauce made from white wine and Dijon batter.
You only need five ingredients (plus salt and pepper) for these zesty lamb chops.
This cake is one of the most popular desserts we've ever made.
Eggs, mayo, and Cheddar cheese turn a regular pea salad into a stunning side dish.
This simple salad is proof you don't need a lot of ingredients to make a delicious dish.
If there's a better combination than lemon, cream cheese, and cake, we haven't found it yet. Bonus: This sheet cake is perfect for feeding a crowd!
Treat your Easter guests to a fruity and fresh dessert.
Things are about to get really exciting for your old loaf pan.
What better way to ring in spring than to celebrate with a cheery pink cake?
This earthy vegetable meets its delicious match in the form of buttery-good puff pastry—turning an iconic side into an easy appetizer.
Tools you'll need: Rimmed Baking Sheet ($20, )
These creamy deviled eggs, topped with Old Bay seasoning and pickled shrimp, are easy to make and sure to impress.
Tools you'll need: Deviled egg dish ($15, )
Filled with whipped cream and gooey berries, these meringue clouds melt on the tongue.
Smooth ground peas, mint, and feta cheese create a simple, flavorful topping for crostini.
Tools you'll need: Food processor ($30, )
Like a perfectly wrapped present, this slab pie is almost too pretty to cut into.
A verdant herb sprig, sugared rim, and dash of honey—swapped in for orange liqueur—update the classic Cognac cocktail.
Tools you'll need: Mesh strainer ($10, )
This savory take on pancakes makes for a delicious dinner appetizer.
Tools you'll need: Balloon whisk ($10, )
Serve this dish as a tasty appetizer and your guests will agree that there's no better way to eat your veggies than on a pizza!
Tools you'll need: Pizza stone ($31, )
This is a vegetable side that might just upstage your main dish.
Tools you'll need: Rimmed baking sheet ($20, )
The citrus glaze. The light, delicate crumb. And don't forget that cold, just-tart-enough ice cream on the side. Some may think of this dessert as "retro." We call it timeless.
Tools you'll need: Angel food cake pan ($23, )
With just five ingredients, this side dish is about as easy as it gets, and the taste of brown sugar glaze on these bacon-wrapped beans is heavenly.
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Take your side salad to the next level by adding warm, roasted veggies.
Vitamin-packed Broccolini is an ingenious hybrid between broccoli and Chinese broccoli. Roasting the chicken with lemon slices and a rosemary mixture inside makes this entree burst with flavor.