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What to Serve with Blintz Souffle? 12 BEST Side Dishes

Blintz souffle is basically the breakfast of champions. We’ve had countless mornings trying to figure out what pairs perfectly with it.

We’ve rounded up the best side dishes to transform your ordinary souffle experience into something legendary. Think simple and tasty. No need to overthink it. Yesterday, we threw together some crispy bacon and fresh fruit, and it was a hit.

You can also never go wrong with a dollop of sour cream. It’s all about balancing flavors and textures to get that satisfying bite. Anyway, who needs fancy when you can have delicious?

So, let’s dig into some fun and easy sides to make your blintz party unforgettable!

Top 12 Side Dishes for Blintz Souffle

Here are our top picks for the perfect side dishes to serve alongside blintz souffle:

Side DishMain IngredientsFlavor ProfileDifficultyPrep Time
Lemon-Garlic Roasted AsparagusAsparagus, lemon, garlicBright, savoryEasy20 mins
Tomato and Cucumber SaladTomatoes, cucumber, red onion, herbsFresh, tangyEasy15 mins
Sautéed Spinach with GarlicSpinach, garlic, olive oilGarlicky, earthyEasy10 mins
Roasted Sweet Potato WedgesSweet potatoes, olive oil, spicesSweet, roastedModerate40 mins
Herbed Quinoa PilafQuinoa, herbs, lemonNutty, herbalModerate30 mins
Balsamic Glazed BeetsBeets, balsamic vinegar, honeySweet, tangyModerate45 mins
Parmesan Roasted BroccoliBroccoli, Parmesan, garlicSavory, cheesyEasy25 mins
Arugula and Feta SaladArugula, feta, lemon vinaigrettePeppery, tangyEasy20 mins
Garlic Herb Dinner RollsBread dough, herbs, garlicButtery, herbalModerate1 hour
Maple Roasted Brussels SproutsBrussels sprouts, maple syrupSweet, caramelizedEasy35 mins
Lemon Dill OrzoOrzo, lemon, dillBright, herbalEasy25 mins
Parmesan Crusted Zucchini FriesZucchini, Parmesan, breadcrumbsCrispy, cheesyModerate30 mins

1 – Lemon-Garlic Roasted Asparagus

We’re huge fans of this side dish. It’s simple, flavorful, and a perfect match for blintz souffle. The ingredients are basic: asparagus, lemon, garlic, olive oil, salt, and pepper. The flavor is fresh and zesty with a hint of garlic. The asparagus spears come out tender with a slight char.

Our tip is to roast them just until they start to crisp. This keeps them from getting too mushy. Plus, it only takes 15 minutes in the oven! Every time we make this, it’s gone in no time.

2 – Tomato and Cucumber Salad

We throw together tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, feta cheese, and a splash of olive oil. It’s refreshing and crunchy. The tomatoes burst with sweetness, and the cucumbers add a cool bite. The red onions bring a hint of sharpness, balanced by the creamy feta.

We love making this when the veggies are fresh from the farmer’s market. Every bite feels like summer!

3 – Sautéed Spinach with Garlic

Alright, who doesn’t like quick and tasty? Sautéed spinach hits the spot. Fresh spinach, minced garlic, olive oil, and salt. That’s it.

The flavor is earthy with a garlic kick. The spinach wilts perfectly. It’s soft yet retains a bit of crunch. For the best results, use a hot pan and cook briefly.

We love adding a squeeze of lemon at the end. It brightens the dish completely. Perfect side for a busy morning or lazy brunch.

4 – Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges

Next, let’s talk sweet potato wedges because they’re a simple, tasty favorite. We take sweet potatoes, slice them thick, coat them in olive oil, sprinkle some paprika, salt, and black pepper.

Roast until they’re crispy on the outside and soft inside. The sweet flavor pairs perfectly with savory dishes. We can’t get enough of the caramelized edges. Ideal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

5 – Herbed Quinoa Pilaf

Once again, our go-to is Herbed Quinoa Pilaf. It’s light, fluffy, and bursting with nutty quinoa flavor.

We love how the herbs like parsley and cilantro bring a fresh, vibrant taste. Toss in some minced garlic, chopped onions, and lemon zest for an extra punch.

Simple yet satisfying. It’s an easy favorite for us.

6 – Balsamic Glazed Beets

We’re obsessed with balsamic glazed beets. These crimson jewels are roasted to perfection, then tossed in a tangy balsamic reduction. The sweet and sour notes are divine.

Ingredients are simple: beets, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, honey, and a pinch of salt. The beets soak up the glaze, creating a medley of flavors that’s both sweet and savory.

The texture is tender but firm, with caramelized edges. It’s like candy but healthy.

7 – Parmesan Roasted Broccoli

While everyone loves broccoli, broccoli with parmesan goes to the next level. We roast it with a bit of olive oil, salt, pepper, and a healthy sprinkling of grated parmesan. It’s crispy, cheesy, and delicious.

We prefer it golden with a slight char to bring out its sweetness. Parmesan adds a savory, nutty flavor. Simple dish, big flavor hit.

8 – Arugula and Feta Salad

We love this salad. It’s crisp and tangy. Arugula adds a peppery bite, balanced by crumbly feta.

Ingredients? Simple. Arugula, feta, cherry tomatoes, olive oil, and lemon juice. Cherry tomatoes burst with sweetness, feta adds creaminess.

Toss it all together. A sprinkle of black pepper and it’s perfect. Easy to make, this salad freshens up any meal.

9 – Garlic Herb Dinner Rolls

Let’s talk about these garlic herb dinner rolls. They’re fluffy, buttery, with a hint of garlic and herbs. We whip up a batch using simple stuff: flour, yeast, garlic, butter, and mixed herbs.

The flavor is buttery and garlicky with a fresh herby kick. They’re best when warm, just out of the oven. Seriously, we can’t stop at one.

10 – Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Maple roasted Brussels sprouts are crunchy and sweet. We start with fresh Brussels sprouts, halved.

We coat them with olive oil, salt, pepper, and drizzle with maple syrup. Roast until crispy and caramelized. The flavor combo is next-level: sweet maple meets earthy sprouts.

We personally add a touch of balsamic vinegar. The tartness balances the sweetness. Perfect side for any meal.

11 – Lemon Dill Orzo

Lemon Dill Orzo is zesty and fragrant. We toss orzo pasta with fresh lemon juice, zest, and fragrant dill. It’s light and refreshing.

We love the brightness from the lemon. Dill adds a unique flavour. We also mix a bit of olive oil for richness and add salt and pepper. Perfect side dish that’s always a hit.

12 – Parmesan Crusted Zucchini Fries

Zucchini fries are our crispy little obsession. We coat zucchini sticks in a mix of parmesan, breadcrumbs, and garlic powder. Then, we bake them until golden and crunchy. The flavor is a perfect balance of salty parmesan and mild zucchini.

We love to dip these in marinara or ranch. They’re tasty and guilt-free!