Looking for delicious Thanksgiving side dish recipes to add to your menu? Well, I’ve got a great list for you! Let’s face it…it’s all about the sides! Lot’s of classic side dishes and new recipes for you to try. Get ready to host your ultimate Thanksgiving ever!
All The Best Thanksgiving Side Dishes
More Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes
Thanksgiving Casserole Classics
These six classic recipes are always on our Thanksgiving table. There are more dishes on the table, of course, many of which are from the recipes below. Which recipes are the classics that you always serve?
Green bean casserole smothered in a creamy, rich, spiced sauce and topped with a cheesy bread crumb topping. A great side dish for any holiday or occasion.
Our sweet potato casserole is loaded with sweet potatoes, warm spices, marshmallows, and coconut, then topped with a crunchy cornflake and pecan topping!
This classic sausage stuffing has all the perfect flavors of Thanksgiving in one dish. It is buttery, moist, and loaded with sausage, apples, and pecans!
Sweet, cheesy, savory, crunchy -a fantastic side dish that’ll steal your holiday dinner show! Pineapple casserole is here to stay in all its sweet & sour glory.
The Southern Queen brings her signature twist to corn with this Paula Deen corn casserole recipe! Sweet meets savory meets fluffy meets creamy!
ROASTED VEGETABLE SIDE DISHES
Roasted veggies are a wonderful addition to a Thanksgiving spread. When you roast vegetables, they’re transformed into caramelized gems that are loaded with incredible flavor.
Roasted Green Beans – an often overlooked delight, and a delicious way to cook fresh beans. They come together quickly and they don’t come from a can!
The sticky-sweet glaze makes carrots downright divine in this Brown Sugar Carrots recipe that takes your favorite orange vegetable and makes them irresistible!
I adore sweet potatoes. They are wonderful simply baked, mashed up in a casserole, or, as in this Roasted Maple Cranberry Sweet Potatoes, roasted with lots of other yummy goodies.
Eat Your Greens! Air Fryer Green Beans that is. These beans end up deliciously crisp and green—I repeat—these are not sad, soggy beans from a can.
Cheesy Roasted Brussels Sprouts are an incredibly scrumptious delicacy that comes together quickly to elevate meals and please generational palates.
Our roasted garlic asparagus with feta is tossed in a garlic lemon marinade and roasted to caramelize flavors in the asparagus then topped with feta!
Our roasted brussels sprouts with pancetta and sage are perfectly caramelized and naturally sweet. Crisp on the outside, tender and moist inside.
14. Roasted Broccoli
Simple Roasted Broccoli just may become your new favorite way to prepare this healthy veggie! Quick and easy enough to prepare for a weeknight meal.
This decadent side dish is bathed in a lusciously thick, from-scratch cream sauce with a cheesy crunchy top! No soup here!
CORN SIDE DISHES
My family loves corn side dishes all year-’round, but at Thanksgiving, these dishes are an absolute must! Sweet, savory, or creamy you just can’t lose this fabulous vegetable.
My classic southern cornbread is fluffy, not too sweet with a crisp crust! Southern perfection!
Our Crockpot creamed corn is super-rich, creamy, and utterly delicious! Made with only 5 ingredients it’s super easy to put together. The perfect side dish.
18. Scalloped Corn
Scalloped corn is sweet golden corn cradled in a fluffy homemade custard with just the right amount of smoky bacon and a golden bread crumb topping.
Move over mashed potatoes — there’s a new side dish in town! My sweet corn casserole brings a savory, creamy, and sweet all-in-one easy-to-make dish.
20. Corn Pudding
This velvety, custardy Corn Pudding is an old-fashioned classic just like my Grandma used to make!
Potato Side Dishes
Mashed potatoes are often the favorite potato choice for Thanksgiving. Here are a few more options.
Make ahead mashed potatoes offer the rich traditional creamy taste of mashed potatoes, along with the gift of extra time… Just when you need it most!
Our potatoes au gratin are rich, creamy, tender, and cheesy! The perfect comfort food to serve with almost anything. One of my most repeated recipes!!
These crispy parmesan potatoes are easy, and elegant, and make just about any meal more delicious. Faster than mashed and fancier than fries!
24. Crack Potatoes
Crack potatoes are the easiest, most delicious potato dish to come around in a long time. 6 Ingredients, 10 minutes of prep, and no peeling!
25. Melting Potatoes
These melting potatoes are bathed in butter, herb, and broth mixture. They have caramelized exteriors and tender interiors.
A heaping helping of cheesy scalloped potatoes and ham is big-time comfort. A truly delicious special event side dish or weeknight main course!
Cranberry Must Haves
Is it really Thanksgiving without having cranberries in some form on the table? I can’t imagine!
Our easy-to-make homemade cranberry sauce is loaded with flavor! The perfect blend of sweet, and tart with a touch of lovely spice and grand Marnier or oj!
Our cranberry jello salad is sweet and tart with an amazing creamy topping. This perfect holiday treat might create a stampede to the table!
29. Cranberry Salad
Sweet, fluffy, old-fashioned holiday recipe that’s always a favorite. If this isn’t on your menu already, add it to your list!
Just 3 ingredients to create this tart and sweet beautiful sparkling cranberries.
Homemade rolls take Thanksgiving dinner to the next level! Skip the rolls from the supermarket and make one of these recipes, you won’t be disappointed, I promise!
31. Crescent Rolls
These homemade crescent rolls are light, buttery, tender, and flaky. They’re perfect for your holiday gatherings or Sunday suppers.
This yummy garlic and herb parker house rolls are incredibly tender, fluffy, and delicate. And they’re layered with buttery garlic and fresh herbs.
33. Lion House Rolls
These amazing lion house rolls are tender, soft, and lusciously buttery. They just may be the BEST homemade dinner rolls and they’re always a family favorite!
Thanksgiving Side Dishes
- 2 Pounds Sweet Potatoes, Peeled and Cubed
- 1/4 cup Butter, Melted
- 1/4 cup Maple Syrup
- 1/4 cup Brown Sugar, Firmly Packed
- 1/4 cup 1/4 Cup Dried Cranberries
- 1/2 cup Pecans, Coarsely Chopped
- 1/4 teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
- 1/2 teaspoon Salt
- 1/4 teaspoon Black Pepper
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