CHRISTMAS SIDE DISHES

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Here are some great Christmas side dishes. Some families make a big Christmas Eve Dinner and some wait till Christmas day. No matter when you celebrate the holiday, the side dishes are so important! We all have those dishes we look forward to ever year. For me, I just can’t have a Christmas lunch without my mother’s  creamy mashed potatoes or my grandmother’s barley casserole (This casserole is different but every guest I’ve ever had at my holiday table has loved it. Give it a try!). Forget the presents, I gotta have those two dishes to make it complete! If you’re stumped on side dishes this year……….here are some of the best!

Garlic Cheese Grits-A true southern staple! This dish has to be on our table for the Holidays.

 

Ritzy Brussels Sprout-this side dish is always a hit.

Cheesy Macaroni and Cheese-we make this dish every year. If you like a creamy macaroni and cheese, try this one.

 

Broccoli Casserole-this casserole has so many wonderful reviews. It is a favorite of our family. If you want to try a broccoli casserole with a twist, try this one.

 

Amish Pasta Salad– if you’re going to make a pasta salad it needs to be this one. It is so good!

 

Cheesy Garlic Cauliflower Casserole-if you love cauliflower, this dish is a must for your holiday.

Maple Baked Beans-SO good and perfect with a Christmas Ham!

 

Southern Pea Salad-this is a classic recipe that everyone loves.

Savory Corn Pudding-this is a recipe you’ll make over and over again. Your guests will love this dish.

 

Deviled Eggs-we make these for every holiday.

Creamed Peas and Potatoes-this is an old recipe that has been in our family for years and years.

Christmas Side Dishes The Southern Lady Cooks

Skillet Fried Apples-this recipe is always a family favorite. It has wonderful reviews.

Mashed Potato Casserole-this dish is so good. It has great reviews and is always a hit every time we serve it.

Corn Casserole-this is a great side dish and one your guests will ask for over and over again. You may also like this Scalloped Corn Casserole.

Christmas Side Dishes Corn Casserole The Southern Lady Cooks

Cheesy Apple Casserole-this is a fabulous side dish. The cheese and the apples make a wonderful flavor.

Maple Bacon Sweet Potatoes-sweet potatoes are perfect for Christmas and the maple syrup and bacon add so much to them. You may also love our Sweet Potato Casserole, it has wonderful reviews.

I hope you have found some Christmas side dishes that you are excited to make this holiday season. Also, here are some of our favorite Christmas candy recipes!

You may also want to check out our 10 Cranberry Recipes.

Here are 10 Homemade Food Gifts for Christmas. If you like to bake and make food for your neighbors and friends, that list is for you!

Still can’t decide on your Christmas side dishes? Here are TEN MORE SIDE DISHES. 

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3 Comments

  1. Nice to see someone who likes deviled eggs the same way I do and not sour. Have used the sweet relish for years.

  2. Love love this sight. Thank you Southern Lady Cooks. Sending my love

    • The Southern Lady says:

      Thank you so much for the kind comment Nancy! I am so glad you enjoy the recipes and are a part of the The Southern Lady Cooks Community. Merry Christmas!

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