The family is in town and so is the flavor! Don’t choose the same old stuff this Thanksgiving. Enjoy these 10 Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes this year…
1. Baked Ham with Pineapple Brown Sugar Glaze
Whether it’s your first Thanksgiving Family and Friends Feast you will be hosting and cooking yourself or your 35th year in a row at it, these are the recipes that MUST make an appearance on your holiday table this year!
2. Creamy Cauliflower Garlic Rice
This creamy cauliflower garlic rice is simple, healthy, and so surprisingly good.
3. Cheesy Roasted Broccoli Patties
We LOVE steamed broccoli! Throw in a little butter/salt on it and we will eat a huge bowl.
4. Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower
Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower – sweet cauliflower tossed in olive oil, garlic, thyme, and Parmesan cheese, and roasted until tender and golden.
5. Twice-Baked Sweet Potato Puffs
Savory mashed sweet potato puffs make an elegant, healthy side dish for your family dinner. These sweet potato swirls are often called duchess potatoes.
6. Green Bean Bacon Bundles
Wrapped with a strip of bacon, these green bean bundles add an elegant touch to the holiday table. To get a head start, you can trim and blanch the beans a day in advance, then store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
7. Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows
Mashed sweet potatoes topped with toasted marshmallows and a brown sugar cinnamon pecan streusel. The perfect side dish for Thanksgiving or any holiday celebration.
8. Easy, Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes
These Easy, Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes are smothered in a creamy cheese sauce and baked to perfection. With a quick shortcut, this classic side dish takes less than an hour from start to finish. They are sure to be a hit at your holiday feast.
9. Cranberry Fluff
Cranberry Fluff is the perfect side dish for Thanksgiving, Christmas or any great meal. A simple, easy and kid-friendly recipe that has been around for generations!
10. Whiskey Glazed Sweet Potatoes with Apples & Pecans
I have a Thanksgiving leftover confession. My favorite time of day to eat them is not the turkey sandwich for lunch or even the double slice of pie for an afternoon snack (though I fully endorse and participate in both of these traditions). It’s the Glazed Sweet Potatoes with Whiskey Pecans for breakfast.