Here are our favorite Thanksgiving side dishes your family will surely love. We like to switch up our menu every year and all of these have graced our table at some point. My family loves all of these wonderful Thanksgiving side dishes. Enjoy!
Thanksgiving Side Dishes
Broccoli Casserole– Every year I am asked to bring this to our family Thanksgiving. I never come home with any. It’s so good and super easy! If you’re looking for a broccoli casserole with a twist, try this one.
Cornbread Dressing-Southerners love their cornbread dressing and this recipe is always a hit.
Sausage Biscuit Dressing: This dressing is going to be a great addition to any meal.
Sausage and Rice Dressing – This is a new addition and one we really love. It has all the great flavors of a regular dressing but you don’t have to make biscuits or cornbread. It will save you time in the kitchen and it’s still delicious!
Cheesy Potato Casserole–this is a fabulous casserole that is easy to prepare. Your guests will love it.
Sweet Potato Casserole–Is it really Thanksgiving if this casserole isn’t on the table? This comment from Kristie sums it up “I made this for Thanksgiving, HANDS DOWN best sweet potatoes EVER, the family fell in love!” This Easy Sweet Potato Casserole is also fabulous. It has a different topping and less ingredients.
Sweet Potato Pone– If you love classics this dish may be one to add to the table. You can serve it as a side dish or top it with whipped cream and make it a dessert.
Barley Casserole-This is my favorite part of our Thanksgiving dinner. My grandmother made this dish every year. It doesn’t photograph well, but it is so good. Serve this with mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce, I promise your guest will rave about it. You can always stick to the classic Cheesy Macaroni and Cheese. This recipe has incredible reviews.
You will also love this delicious Macaroni and Cheese Casserole! Super easy to make and great for any holiday gathering.
Garlic Cheese Grits-a staple in our house for years and years. It isn’t a holiday if this dish isn’t on the table. Southerners love their grits and this is my favorite way to make them.
Strawberry Praline Salad– If you love fluff style side dishes this one will be a huge hit. The praline topping, pretzels, cream cheese and strawberries are a wonderful combination.
Pineapple Casserole–this dish is always a good idea!
Ritzy Brussels Sprouts Casserole–this recipe has wonderful reviews on our site. If you like brussels sprouts, this one is for you. If cauliflower is your thing, try this Cheesy Garlic Cauliflower Casserole.
Creamed Peas and Potatoes–this is an old fashioned recipe that makes a great Thanksgiving side dish.
Cranberry Apple Pecan Wild Rice– Easy to make and looks beautiful on the table.
Cranberry Baked Beans– These beans are wonderful and will be great for any holiday.
Cranberry Apricot Sauce: The flavor of this sauce goes great with turkey.
Is it even Thanksgiving if cranberries aren’t on the table? We love this 3 ingredient Cranberry Salad. It is so easy and has fantastic reviews.
If turkey isn’t your thing, I encourage you to try this wonderful 4 ingredient Crock Pot Cranberry Pork. The cranberry works so well with the pork and it makes a wonderful gravy for your mashed potatoes. Our Crock Pot Chicken and Gravy is also wonderful for Thanksgiving.
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