Healthy and Easy Easter Side Dishes to Accompany Your Holiday Dinner
Put a little spin on this old boring vegetable and try this Mediterranean Stuffed Mushroom recipe from Aggie’s Kitchen. The great thing about this recipe is that the stuffing portion can be made the night before, leaving you more time on Easter to spend with your family.
These sweet potatoes are so adorable you won’t want to eat them. But you will because they’re delicious and good for you! You didn’t know cookie cutters can be used for things other than cookies, did you?
Carrot and Ginger Soup
What’s more Easter than carrot soup? And we all know that I am a huge fan of ginger because of it’s natural healing abilities. This recipe actually comes from The New England Soup Factory Cookbook and was posted to A Family Feast. I cannot wait to try it.
This recipe is the brain child of Jen over at How to Simplify. It looks amazing and very simple to make.
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