10 Thanksgiving Sides That Are Easy To Make And Taste Great

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10 Thanksgiving Sides That Are Easy To Make And Taste Great

10 Thanksgiving Sides That Are Easy To Make And Taste Great

Now that Halloween is over, we can officially start getting excited about the holiday season! Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. Why? Because who doesn’t love a holiday dedicated to food, family, and being thankful? Exactly! This year it’s my turn to host Thanksgiving for my family, so I have started planning my menu for the evening. So while I was doing my research I thought I would share some great Thanksgiving Sides that are easy to make and taste great. I’m all about food that is easy and tastes good. How about you? Here are some of my favorites:

1. Cranberry Apple Walnut Stuffing – Homemade is always better than store bought, and this stuffing recipe is sure to be a hit. I’m already craving some!

cranberry apple walnut stuffing

2. Asian Baked Meatballs – This is one of my recipes that is perfect for any holiday meal. It can be served as a side or an appetizer before the main course.

meatball

 

3. Gluten Free Roasted Potatoes – This is a perfect side dish for my Gluten Free fans (and anyone else because they are super yummy!)

Gluten-Free-Oven-Roasted-Potatoes-Recipe

4. Acorn, Squash, and Wild Rice Casserole – This recipes brings out the flavors of fall in a big (yet simple!) way!

acorn, squash, and wild rice casserole

5. Creamy Macaroni and Cheese – Mac and Cheese is my daughters favorite thing, so we must always have it for the holidays!

creamy macaroni and cheese recipe

6. Broccoli Cheese Bake – This is another classic Thanksgiving  recipe that we loves serving. This is one of my personal favorite recipes.

broccoli cheese bake

7. Buttery Smashed Potatoes – This is a fun alternative to a traditional mashed potatoes recipe, and has the perfect amount of butter and a little crunch.

buttery smashed potatoes

8. Slow Cooker Apple Cranberry Sauce – This is a new twist on a classic Thanksgiving must have. I for one am super excited to try this out!

slow cooker apple cranberry sauce

9. Roasted Fall Vegetables – You can’t forget a side of roasted veggies to go with your perfect Thanksgiving meal.

fall-roasted-veggies

 

10. Southern Candied Sweet Potatoes – Living in Tennessee, this recipe is a staple at any holiday dinner, and one of my favorite ways to eat sweet potatoes. Yum!

southern candied sweet potatoes

What Thanksgiving Side is your favorite?

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  1. Ohmygosh these look FANTASTIC! Thanks so much for including me with all the deliciousness Rachelle!
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