Top 5 Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Top 5 Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Everybody knows they are going to make a turkey for dinner, but what about those pesky sides? We put our team on it and came up with our top 5 thanksgiving side dishes to round out your holiday.

Let’s be honest, between the awkward family moments and family members cheering for the wrong team, you owe your family at least the enjoyment of a well-rounded meal.

Jalapeno Cornbread

Add a little kick to your meal with this homemade cornbread. It will warm you twice. The jalapenos add just a little flavor and spicy kick … but not too much. The heat helps lighten the bread and is a wonderful way to complement your turkey.

Get the recipe from here.


Mini Sweet Potato Casserole

A fun spin-off of the large casserole dish, this mini sweet potato side is bursting with flavor and looks so cool on your plate! Plus, when you make individual sized servings, it is so easy to send leftovers home!

This recipe is from Get the recipe here, or look her up on Pinterest.


Green Bean Casserole

Green Bean Casserole by Damn Delicious and their name says it all. A popular youtube creator and blogger, Damn Delicious has an amazing collection of food. I picked this dish because it is a classic Thanksgiving recipe done so well.  If you are looking for something creamy, crunchy, and fresh, try this recipe this Thanksgiving.

Get the recipe here.


Baked Apple Cranberry Stuffing

You can’t have a Thanksgiving meal without stuffing. This Baked Apple Cranberry Stuffing combines one of my favorite fall elements, the apple, into this great looking side dish.

It’s savory, it’s sweet, and it’s easy to bake. Get the recipe here.


Honey Yeast Rolls

My mouth is drooling while I look at these pictures. Homemade rolls with honey. Yum. These rolls are made by and she claims they are the best yeast rolls she has ever made.

Get the recipe here.


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