Looking for side dishes for lasagna to serve with that perfect Italian lasagna you created?
This list will give you enough ideas to make a perfect and complete meal.
Most lasagna side dishes fall into three categories – breads, veggies and salads. I grouped them together in this post for easier reading. This list is sure to help you plan a cozy lasagna dinner.
Vegetable Side Dishes for Lasagna
There are quite a few side dishes for Lasagna that consist of veggies in some form and with good reason. Vegetables go perfectly with Lasagna. They can be roasted, grilled, sautéed, air fried, or prepared in another way. This list gives you eight great dishes to serve with your lasagna.
This Green Beans Almondine side dish recipe is made using fresh green beans that are sautéed in butter and garlic. It’s topped with almond slivers and some lemon juice. The recipe is full of flavor and what’s even more important it comes together quick. GET THE RECIPE
Slightly smoky and mild, these grilled radishes are so so good. Softer than fresh radishes, they still have some crunchiness. The grilling, combined with some red wine vinegar and herbs just brings these to another level GET THE RECIPE
These air fryer parsnips are easy to make, have simple ingredients, and are healthy. These are a good alternative to normal or sweet potato fries. GET THE RECIPE
This recipe for roasted vegetables comes together fast, is very colorful and delicious looking. The great taste comes from onion powder, garlic powder, kosher salt, and freshly ground pepper, and a good quality balsamic vinegar. Great side dish for lasagna! GET THE RECIPE
These frozen broccoli made in the air fryer are a quick and easy side dish to make for dinner. Just add some seasonings to your frozen broccoli and you’re ready to go. Plus points for this recipe cause your oven stays free to make your perfect Lasagna! GET THE RECIPE
This green beans recipe is great if you can’t get any fresh or frozen beans. This recipe is so easy to make and comes together in under 10 minutes. It’s a great way to use canned green beans and is awesome if you need to get something on the table quick! GET THE RECIPE
This grilled zucchini and yellow squash platter is an awesome side dish for serving with lasagna. The dishes is a perfect blend of smoky and tangy flavors and is an unbelievably easy recipe to make. The dish is also keto-friendly. The only requirement is that the weather allows for grilling where you live:) GET THE RECIPE
These hot honey carrots are simply the best. The carrots are tender and are glazed in a combination of sweet and spicy sauce made with honey and sriracha. Sprinkle with red pepper flakes at the end for an extra kick to the dish. GET THE RECIPE
Bread Side Dishes for Lasagna
Somehow bread is always a great option for lasagna or really any other pasta dishes. Garlic bread, bread knots, or whatever it is, it’s a good fit.
These Garlic knots are easy to make. They are full of garlic, butter, herbs, and parmesan flavors and are baked to perfection. These use refrigerated pizza dough and so they come together very quick. Really, a perfect side dish for any meal. GET THE RECIPE
This Tomato Bruschette Bread is easy to make, the recipe is simple and these are perfect for breakfast, brunch, as a snack, or even as a side dish for a hearty meal, like lasagna. GET THE RECIPE
Made in the Air Fryer, this garlic bread is a great way to use a different machine when your oven is already being used. The bread comes out cheesy, buttery, and perfectly garlicky. Best of all, it is ready in minutes. GET THE RECIPE
This flat foccacia bread is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The recipe does need overnight fermenting time in the fridge, so it will need some planning ahead time. However, the great part is the recipe is no-knead, which saves you some work. GET THE RECIPE
This sourdough garlic bread is chewy and the garlic flavor tastes great with so many main dishes, lasagna included. This is a recipe for beginners so it’s almost impossible to mess up. GET THE RECIPE
Make these homemade bread sticks from scratch in just 1 hour. It’s perfect when you need a quick recipe for homemade bread. Brushed with garlic butter and herbs these bread sticks are full of flavor. GET THE RECIPE
This biscuit dough recipe for pull-apart garlic bread is fast and easy. It’s full of Italian flavors, shredded melted cheese and garlic and is always a hit. GET THE RECIPE
This wreath is made of tomato and garlic butter flavored dough balls and camembert cheese baked with red pesto. The little balls are perfect for tearing off and dipping into the baked cheese. The platter is great for parties and an awesome addition to any weeknight dinner. GET THE RECIPE
Salad Sides for Lasagna
Salads are the best side dish for anything, really. And lasagna is not an exception. This section includes several different salads – from the traditional Caesar to more exotic Arugula – that would go perfectly with your lasagna dinner.
My own recipe, this Conehead Cabbage Salad is easy to make, it’s creamy and is full of flavor. The roasted pistachios bring this to another level. This salad is great because it can be prepared in advance. It tastes better when it has stood for a little while and flavors had a chance to meld together. GET THE RECIPE
There is no way a salad can be missing from your menu if you are making lasagna. And this Caesar Salad recipe is perfect for it. The highlight of the recipe is the homemade salad dressing is the best. GET THE RECIPE
This raw asparagus salad with walnuts is full of crunch and flavor. It’s a great blend of garlic, lemon, olive oil, parmesan cheese, and red pepper flake flavors. It’s filling, but not overly heavy. It’s also vegetarian, keto, and gluten free. GET THE RECIPE
Made with a lemon balsamic vinaigrette, this spinach arugula salad is a perfect combination of flavors and textures. The flavorful salad is perfect as a healthy side dish or you can also add some protein to make it a full meal. GET THE RECIPE
This slaw recipe is a lightened-up version of the regular classic slaw that is well-loved. The recipe doesn’t use mayo, but is still creamy, tangy and rich in flavor. An there is no oil used in this recipe, if you’re looking to reduce your fat intake. GET THE RECIPE
This simple arugula salad is so simple, it’s not even a specific recipe. The salad is so easy to make and it complements almost any dinner. Arugula is tossed together with lemon and olive oil and Parmesan cheese that is shaved on the top. GET THE RECIPE
Made with apples, dried cranberries, pecans and a delicious dressing, this salad is a satisfying dish with a sweet, salty, nutty and tangy flavor. Perfect and filling side dish. GET THE RECIPE
This traditionally Italian salad made with bread is a beautiful presentation of homemade gluten-free croutons topped with tomatoes, fresh basil, and prosciutto. With additional veggies and olives, the salad is tossed in a delicious vinegar and oil dressing. GET THE RECIPE
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