When we begin to think about what to serve for our Thanksgiving meal we always fall back on the family favorites. Here are some traditional Thanksgiving side dish recipes as well as some new recipes to try!
Make this fresh cranberry sauce recipe on the stove. When you make it homemade with fresh cranberries, the taste is out of this world! Fresh squeezed juice and orange zest gives this orange cranberry sauce an amazing zesty flavor.
Butternut Squash is super popular this time of year. See if you can buy a few to create this delicious and creamy butternut squash soup to use as an appetizer to the Thanksgiving dinner or serve along with your meal as a side dish.
This healthy homemade maple orange cranberry sauce is made with no artificial sugar and takes minutes to make! Made with just 3 ingredients, this sauce is sweet and tangy and perfect for Thanksgiving and the holidays.
This is a really simple Rosemary and Parmesan Biscuits recipe. The dough is very easy to make and can be made start to finish in 30 minutes. These savory biscuits are a nice addition to any brunch menu or hearty dinner.
Fighting the kids to eat Brussel sprouts may be a think of the past after they try this new side dish! It's all about the seasonings and cooking with this recipe, depending on how crunchy or soft you like your veggies this dish can be done in less than 10 minutes!
Try serving up carrots in a different recipe this year at your Thanksgiving dinner. These carrots are sliced long-wise and seasoned with honey, sea salt, and more. The recipe does take 45 minutes to make but these carrots are worth the wait!
What are sweet carrots and why should you try them? These sweet carrots are a lot like candied yams in a way. You'll need butter, sea salt, honey, water, and brown sugar to make them. Speed up the process by using a pressure cooker to cook them in just 10 minutes!
The flavors in this 21 Day Fix Coconut Curry Butternut Squash Soup go so beautifully together. It’ll be hard to believe that it’s super-healthy, low in calories and can even be made in your Instant Pot!
GLUTEN-FREE POTATOES! Yes, you read that right, you can make a gluten-free version of cauliflower potatoes to have at your Thanksgiving dinner now. (If you have some that don't like regular potatoes, this recipe is perfect).
Now broccoli isn't a traditional vegetable we see at Thanksgiving dinner but start a new tradition with this quick and easy roasted broccoli recipe! Add your favorite seasonings and cheese if you prefer to decorate the top of your dish.