Half the fun of Thanksgiving dinner is enjoying all of the side dishes that accompany the turkey. Thanksgiving is the one time of year when 6 side dishes or more are completely appropriate for a family meal.
We’ve selected a few of spins on classic favorites that you might want to try out on your crowd this year. Let’s get out those Thanksgiving Day pants because we are off to the races with a table full of delicious food.
Parmesan Garlic Rolls
There is nothing better than fresh bread right out of the oven. These flavorful rolls are the perfect accompaniment for Thanksgiving or any other family meal.
Read the recipe on Joyfully Thriving.
Sausage Cornbread Stuffing
Every family has their own spin on how dressing should be made. Whether it’s inside the bird or cooked in a baking dish this tasty recipe is the ideal addition to the meal.
Read the full recipe on Lindi Out Loud.
Slightly Sweet Cranberry Sauce
The jury is out, some folks want canned cranberries and other’s want homemade. Our pick is for the homemade edition!
Read the full recipe on Trial and Eater.
Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes on Thanksgiving are a double helping of dessert! We love that this roasted recipe is easy to make and is a unique spin on this classic side dish.
Read the full recipe on The Pinterest Kitchen.
Chili Maple Roasted Carrots
Just as you think you couldn’t eat
Read the full recipe on Aggies Kitchen.
Sweet Potato Brussel Sprout Hash
This is not your grandma’s brussel sprout recipe. Cooked till crisp and served with sweet potatoes you’ll crave this dish all year long.
Read the full recipe on Leelalicious.
Mashed Potato Casserole
Mashed potatoes are a Thanksgiving dinner must have and these twice baked mashed potatoes are DEVINE.
Read the full recipe on Baking Beauty.
Spicy Mustard Deviled Eggs
Spicy mustard adds just the right amount of heat to this classic thanksgiving dish.
Read the full mustard deviled eggs recipe on RockyMtnBliss.
Green Bean Casserole
Who doesn’t love green bean casserole? Topped with crispy onions, this favorite dish comes together quickly and is a holiday favorite.
Read the full Green Bean Casserole recipe on the Baking Fairy.
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Leaving the skin on and adding a bit of garlic to your mashed potatoes is a quick way to win most loved Thanksgiving Hostess.
Read the full recipe on Dash of Jazz.
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