08 November 2016

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

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Our family takes great joy in my sister's perfectly cooked turkey and her rolls made from my grandmother's from scratch recipe (Lorraine Wilson Holt).  When we have these at our table, Thanksgiving is complete!

Our side dishes generally compose of the following: homemade noodles, dressing, green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, and corn.  Standard fare by most Thanksgiving dinners, I would assume.

This list of Thanksgiving side dishes will give you a lot to think about, as it has our own family.  This year we are looking forward to cornbread dressing, brussels sprouts and bacon, and bourbon cranberry sauce!  Spreading our wings and learning to fly!


Even our green bean casserole is getting a make over!  I'd love to know your favorite Thanksgiving side dish, and where I might be able to find the recipe, even if that means putting a link in your comment!

Citrus & Pomegranate Brussels Sprouts – by a Beautiful Mess
Apple Pie Baked Brie – by the Cookie Rookie
Crescent Roll Cornucopias – by Hungry Happenings
Orange Cranberry Bread – by the Idea Room
Pumpkin Bread Rolls – by Handle the Heat
Sweet Potato Appetizer Bites – by Kalyn’s Kitchen
Three Cheese Cauliflower Gratin – by Domesticate Me
Garlic Mashed Potatoes – by Lil’ Luna
Stuffed Bleu Cheese Potatoes – by Our Best Bites
Cornbread Dressing – by the Crafting Chicks
Brown Sugar and Bacon Green Beans – by Six Sisters Stuff
Delicious Dinner Rolls – by How Does She

Deep Dish Baked Pumpkin – by Nemcsok Farms

Start planning in advance, make a couple of these before you head to your mom's or mother-in-law's for dinner.  Bring your favorite and please your whole family.


22 comments :

  1. So many yummy dishes ♥

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  2. Wow! Thanks for helping me plan my Thanksgiving meal! You've found all the yumminess, now to choose a few to create..hmmmmm, that'll be hard!

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  3. These all sound so delicious. It'll be hard to choose just a few! I love having brussel sprouts this time of year too.

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  4. So many yummy side dishes to choose from. I am a huge lover of Thanksgiving food and side dishes. My favorite is the stuffing.

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  5. I already really like brussels sprouts but then if you go ahead and add bacon, that is a definite win in my book!

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  6. Wow, there are so many choices! I can't wait to try a couple of these!

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  7. One of the things I love about the food on Thanksgiving are the side dishes. These are awesome ideas. Thank you for sharing the links.

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  8. These all look so delicious! I love Thanksgiving and the sides are my favorite part!

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  9. All of these dishes sound so amazing. I try and change it up each year and try something new with at least one side. I will be referencing this list for sure.

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  10. I love all of these side dishes -- they look so delicious!!! I have never tried brussel sprouts but it is never too late to try them!

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  11. Dana Vento6:26 AM

    I love your delicious list! I think, my family would love the Dinner rolls and apple pie.

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  12. Wendy Black Polisi6:32 AM

    Smart ideas. Garlic mashed potatoes is what my boys love, and also the Three Cheese Cauliflower Gratin these would be perfect for Thanksgiving dinner.

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  13. Sounds like some great side dish ideas! We had our thanksgiving last month, but this will be great to check out and maybe add some for next year for us! - Jeanine

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  14. This literally made my mouth water! I can't wait for thanksgiving! Im so excited!!!

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  15. I am looking at the recipe for rolls. I never make my own and would love to try!

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  16. Orange cranberry bread sounds REALLY good! I like the combination of fruit and bread, YUM!

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  17. I'm in heaven right now. I'm more focused on the grilled mashed potatoes.

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  18. I have been stressing about what sides to serve for this year's Thanksgiving. I really appreciate this post! Thanks for the list and the recipes!

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  19. These are all great side dishes for Thanksgiving! Which one is your ultimate favorite, honey?

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  20. Oh I will be consulting this list this year. So many yummy choices!

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  21. so many choices! but my favorite side dish for any meal would be garlic mashed potatoes!

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  22. Stop it! These all sound delicious by their names alone! I can't even imagine how good they'd taste! Those garlic mashed potatoes are my kind of thing for sure!

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