16 Fun Thanksgiving Sides
Turkey, mashed potatoes, and pies are usually the stars of Thanksgiving, but that doesn't mean your side dishes can't be special. These 16 sides are so unique and delicious that all your guests will be sure to remember them for years to come.
Stuffed mushrooms are always a crowd pleaser. These from Turnip the Oven use autumny ingredients to make them perfect for Thanksgiving.
You can't go wrong with the classic combination of broccoli and cheese in this casserole from Add a Pinch.
Butternut squash is a delicious fall ingredient that fits in perfectly at the Thanksgiving table. This one from Stuck on Sweet is savory and sweet in all the right ways.
You need something healthy to balence out all the calories this Thanksgiving, right? Don't worry, these brussels sprouts from Amuse your Bouche may be healthy but they are still tasty enough to be loved by all.
5. Creamed Kale
Kale is the new spinach! This creamed kale from Nutmeg Nanny is a great replacement for creamed spinach when you want to try something new.
Broccolini is a hybrid of broccoli and Chinese kale. Make it perfect for Thanksgiving with this recipe from What's Gaby Cooking.
Acorn squash is a fun vegetable to cook any day of the year, especially at Thanksgiving. This one from Life Currents will be beautiful on your Thanksgiving table.
These sauteed mushrooms from Belly Full are simple but oh so delicious. Sometimes you don't need a complicated recipe for the perfect side dish.
Shallots are not a vegetable you generally see at Thanksgiving, but these from Honestly Yum are totally delicious caramelized and topped with cheese.
This golden beet gratin from Running to the Kitchen is sure to give your Thanksgiving guests a great new experience.
Mashed cauliflower is a healthy alternative to mashed potatoes. This one from Closet Kitchen is packed with flavor and will definitely be a hit!
Brussels sprouts and asparagus are a match made in heaven. This recipe from Joyful Healthy Eats adds a pop of pomegranate for a festive feel.
This casserole from Annie's Eats is rich and homey, perfect for any Thanksgiving table!
This dish from Whole Bite Blog is a great excuse to include pumpkin seeds on your menu. They compliment the carrots and pesto butter beautifully.
This butternut squash gratin from Cooking and Beer is a simple and delicious way to serve a classic fall vegetable for Thanksgiving.
Onions and cheese are a perfect combination. This recipe from Real House Moms brings them together in a gratin that is bursting with flavor.