It’s not too late to add to your holiday menu! Here’s a roundup of easy Christmas side dishes that you can serve this year.
I’m a bit of a procrastinator, especially when it comes to my Christmas menu. That’s why I’m sharing a bunch of my favorite last-minute, easy Christmas side dishes with you today. I’ve broken down the recipes down into FOUR categories: no cook, stovetop, Instant Pot, or oven. Most recipes have few ingredients, and can even be prepped ahead!
What’s your favorite Christmas side dish? Comment below!
Shaved Brussels Sprouts and Kale Salad is a no-cook hearty salad that takes about 20 minutes to prepare, and can easily be prepped ahead.
Beet and Carrot Salad with Ginger Dressing is another hearty, no-cook salad that can be made completely ahead of time!
Eetch is a 6 ingredient, make-ahead, Armenian bulgur salad. This is a great substitute for meat!
Maple Tahini Glazed Carrots is an easy stovetop side dish that comes together in 10 minutes with only 4 ingredients!
Curried Butternut Squash Soup is a flavorful soup that could easily be made ahead of time.
Instant Pot Lamb and Green Beans (Fasoolya) may not sound like a side dish, but I promise you’ll love the comforting flavors. This dish comes together with almost no effort using the Instant Pot. If you’d rather a vegetarian dish, omit the lamb (and cut down on the cooking time to practically nothing).
Instant Pot Squash and Carrot Soup is another incredibly flavorful soup full of fall and winter flavors.
Za’atar Roasted Carrots are an interesting twist on traditional roasted carrots using only 5 ingredients with minimal active prep time!
Roasted Butternut Squash with Pomegranate and Pistachios has only 5 ingredients, can be (mostly) prepped ahead, and has tons of bright flavor.
Roasted Carrots, Fennel, and Onion combines traditionally roasted seasonal veggies with a bright and smoky dressing. Make the components of the dish ahead of time, and combine just before serving.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Whole Lemon Vinaigrette is a 5 ingredient dish that combines homey roasted Brussels sprouts with a tangy, lemony dressing (dressing can be made ahead of time).
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