Thanksgiving side dish recipes can easily become the star of the meal. After all, you make more side dish recipes than main dishes or desserts on Thanksgiving. And even if the turkey is overcooked, everyone will go home happy if you make lots of great sides. So whether you make two or ten side dishes for Thanksgiving, these recipes will help you make them the best. Enjoy!
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I'm sure it is possible to have Thanksgiving without green bean casserole, but why would you want to do without this classic side dish? The recipe is so simple to make, the kids can even do it.
Prefer to update tradition? No problem - try this recipe for green bean casserole without canned soup.
I'm not sure, but I think it might be illegal to have Thanksgiving dinner without this sweet potato casserole. The marshmallows are, of course, a favorite of the kids at the table (and probably the adults, too, though they may not admit it). But the best part about this recipe is how great the casserole is. Simple, understated, sweet, but not cloying. In a word: Delicious.
Brussels sprouts are full of color and vitamins, and they make a nice contrast to all the heavy foods served at Thanksgiving. This Brussels sprouts recipe gets dressed up with bacon. Think about it: Who doesn't like that?
Potatoes, cheese and cream...does it get any better than this? I think not. This one is a keeper - give it a try. You won't be disappointed.
It's always nice to have a few easy recipes where you just mix the ingredients, dump them in a pan and bake. This corn pudding is one of those, and it tastes great. Having a crowd for Thanksgiving? This recipe doubles or triples easily.
Frozen, pre-cut sweet potatoes make this dish recipe a cinch to prepare. The sweet and crunchy topping tastes almost like dessert!
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