Wondering what to serve with pot roast? Check out this great list of pot roast sides!
Pot roast is a classic meal that’s perfect for any occasion. It’s easy to make and even easier to eat, but it can be easy to fall into a side dish rut!
That’s why I've curated this list of great pot roast side dishes! Everyone loves pot roast, so let us help you find the best sides for your next dinner party or family gathering.
You don't have time to scour the internet looking for recipes? No problem! This list has all of our favorite, easy pot roast dinner menu recipes in one place - just scroll down and pick out which ones sound good to you!
From mashed potatoes and gravy, creamed corn, green beans with parm, to healthier options like salads…we've got everything you need right here. All these delicious options are sure to please everyone at your table (and leave them asking for seconds).
Just click on any photo below and get started with meal planning. I promise it will be worth it when everyone starts raving about how amazing your meal tastes tonight!
This bright and refreshing salad is a great option for Sunday Roast Supper! It's filled with chopped brussels sprouts, chopped pecans, dried cranberries, and crisp, apple chunks! You'll want to check out this salad recipe.
This creamy cucumber dill salad is a wonderful salad to serve with any pot roast. It's quick and easy to throw together and is so addictive, you'll be making it all week. It's got a zingy, creamy sauce made with sour cream, vinegar, and fresh dill poured over cucumbers and sliced red onions.
This air fryer Hasselback baked potatoes are a great pot roast accompanying dish! They're kind of like baked potatoes, only better. Serve them with a dollop of sour cream and some fresh chives. *Chef's Kiss!
This Next Level Mashed Potatoes recipe is simply the best! They are made with red skin on potatoes, rosemary, white cheddar, sour cream and the result is creamy twice-baked goodness. These are great potatoes for a Sunday supper!
Sous vide mashed potatoes free up a burner and your hands when they're needed the most! This easy mostly hands-off recipe gives incredibly creamy and fluffy mashed potatoes without risking a boil over when you're busy doing something else. They are oh-so-creamy and yummy.
Wanna keep the oven free for your roast beef? You should definitely try these creamy Instant Pot scalloped potatoes! Not only are they a creamy, cheesy dream, but they'll also be ready in about 25 minutes!
If you're looking for something a little lighter than mashed potatoes, this roasted garlic mash is what you need! This recipe features roasted cauliflower and garlic whipped together with ricotta for a super creamy low-carb side dish.
Don't feel like you need to serve hot potatoes! Potato salad goes with pot roast just as well as mashed potatoes! This potato salad is a must-try, the dressing is homemade tzatziki instead of the classic mayonnaise base.
These roasted asparagus spears are coated with panko bread crumbs and shredded parmesan cheese before being baked to perfection. This recipe is the perfect candidate for tossing in the oven while your pot roast rests after cooking because they're done in about 15 minutes.
Looking for a more traditional corn side dish? This slow cooker creamed corn is super easy to make, with almost no hands on time. It's got heavy cream, sweet corn, cream cheese, and all the flavor you'll ever need!
How about some comfort food? This mac and cheese recipe could literally not be easier. Mix all the ingredients together in a casserole dish, cover it, and pop it in the oven while your roast is cooking, then uncover for the last 10-15 minutes. It's creamy, it's cheesy, and it's easy! Can't beat that!
I would be silly to write an article about the best side dishes for pot roast and NOT include Yorkshire Puddings. These little babies are reserved for special occasions in this house, not because they're particularly difficult to make, but because they're so delicious smothered in gravy that I could eat an entire tray of them myself. If you've never made them, you should!