Thanksgiving is less than a month away, which means you’re probably starting to sift through tons of recipes to determine what’s going to make it on to the table this year. We’re here to help.
When you’re cooking a Thanksgiving feast for the whole family, a simple side dish may just save you from going completely insane. Click here to see the recipe.
These spicy and sweet mashed sweet potatoes will be great for any non-traditional Thanksgiving menu. Click here to see the recipe.
Brussels sprouts may not be everyone’s favorite vegetable, but add some bacon and you get a classic side dish that never fails to please. Click here to see the recipe.
Slightly milder than butternut squash, delicata squash are a treat throughout their short season (early to mid-fall). Cook delicate squash with the skin on — it’s edible! Click here to see the recipe.
This is the stuffing recipe you’ve always been searching for. You have to start it a few days in advance of Thanksgiving, but the end result is worth it. Click here to see the recipe.
A lighter option to balance out all of the rich food that pops up on the Thanksgiving table, this cooked salad should be dressed simply with a bit of olive oil and some spices. Click here to see the recipe.
Break the mold this Thanksgiving and go with a small side of soup to clear your palate throughout the meal. Click here to see the recipe.
Everything about this simple, cheesy cornbread is better than what you can find pre-made at the store. Click here to see the recipe.
With lots of protein, fiber, and superfood sweet potato, this semi-healthy casserole is balanced out with a healthy dose of cream cheese and gooey mozzarella. Click here to see the recipe.
Most side dishes end up being covered in butter or drowned in cream (not a bad thing, just an observation). Lighten up with a seasonal salad to complement the turkey. Click here to see the recipe.