Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and it’s time to get good and hungry! Whether you’re planning a full menu to host at your house or bringing a side dish to friends’ or family’s, this collection of memorable Thanksgiving side dishes is sure to give you some inspiration.
Old fashioned Southern cornbread dressing uses either homemade buttermilk skillet cornbread or Jiffy corn muffin mix! This dish is loaded with beef, pork, poultry seasoning, and sage for a sausage-like flavor. Easy to make and freeze in advance, it’s a must-have Thanksgiving side!
Do you like your sweet potatoes sweet or savory? This recipe satisfies both crowds! The sweet potatoes are mashed with plenty of fresh herbs, and are topped with a beautiful display of candied pecans to give a sophisticated but still addictive take on this Thanksgiving side dish!
Looking for a unique alternative to mashed potatoes? Once you try mashed rutabaga you'll want to add it to your regular rotation! Rutabaga has so much natural flavor, and the addition of a little nutmeg and brown sugar really takes it to the next level!
Serve a crowd with this mostly-from-scratch green bean casserole — with fresh green beans, homemade cream of mushroom soup, and crispy fried onions! Sherry and thyme fill this holiday side dish with extra flavor. Make ahead to make Thanksgiving day a little easier!
Muffins are the perfect grab-and-go way to serve cornbread this Thanksgiving! You can mix them up with a variety of dinner rolls so everyone can choose their favorite bread side in an easy, single-serve format!
Rosemary thyme no-knead Dutch oven bread is airy and soft on the inside with a glossy crust that shatters when you cut into it – the perfect crusty bread for stew or just dipping into olive oil! Best of all, you hardly have to do anything to make it!
Don't feel confined to the traditional root vegetable side dishes this Thanksgiving. Try some delicious balsamic roasted beets for something a little different and a striking pop of color on your dinner table!
Fall is the time to let root vegetables take the stage - and I can't think of a more memorable side dish than these roasted parsnips with salted caramel! It's just the right balance of sweet and salty to satisfy the whole family!
No holiday gathering is complete without a tray of deviled eggs. Instead of your go-to recipe, try these modern parmesan truffle deviled eggs! They're definitely elegant enough to serve with a nice Thanksgiving dinner!