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Turkey seems to take center stage on the table, but the fun options are really the sides. Check out these classic Thanksgiving side dishes.
A longtime family favorite for the holidays, this easy stuffing uses store-bought stuffing cubes, eliminating the step of slicing and drying out the bread.
These ultra-creamy make-ahead mashed potatoes can be prepared two days ahead of time and reheated in the microwave.
This comforting Brussels sprouts gratin with a crispy, cheesy topping is a holiday favorite. Bonus: you can make it ahead of time.
This old-fashioned Southern cornbread stuffing has a rich, almost spoon bread-like consistency and a toasty golden top.
Flavored with smoky, spicy chipotle peppers and sharp Cheddar, these mashed sweet potatoes make a wonderful holiday dish.
These tender cornbread muffins are perfect for your Thanksgiving bread basket, and you can whip up the batter in no time.
This stuffing is moist throughout, crispy on top, and loaded with an earth mix of onions and vegetables.
Want to take green beans to a whole new level? This recipe is the answer.
Perfect for Thanksgiving, this down-home sweet potato casserole replaces the traditional marshmallow topping with a crunchy pecan streusel.
These roasted carrots are cooked in a high temperature oven, which brings out their natural sweetness.
Made simply with sliced potatoes, heavy cream, and grated cheese, potatoes au gratin is the ultimate comfort food.
Cranberries and walnuts dress up roasted green beans, making a lovely holiday side dish.
This creamy butternut squash polenta makes a comforting side dish to any roast or stew.
This sweet, tangy, and utterly addictive Brussels sprout salad can be prepared ahead of time, making it ideal for a holiday buffet table.
It’s hard to improve on simple roasted Brussels sprouts, but a drizzle of balsamic vinegar and a touch of honey bring the flavors alive.
These simple French green beans make an easy and elegant side dish.
Looking for a healthier alternative to the traditional Thanksgiving sides? This cauliflower purée is creamy and comforting, and it just happens to taste remarkably like mashed potatoes.
These Southern-style buttermilk biscuits are deliciously rich, buttery, and flaky.
Made with frozen spinach and heavy cream, this rich side dish can be prepared entirely ahead of time, making it perfect for the busy holidays.
Flavored with orange juice and orange zest, this cranberry sauce is a must on your holiday table.
Gorgeously (or shockingly?) green, this broccoli purée is a great low-carb alternative to mashed potatoes.