24 Thanksgiving Side Dishes

24 Thanksgiving Side Dishes

These Thanksgiving Side Dishes are the perfect recipes to serve your family this holiday season and they are so good, you will have no problem coming up with something to be thankful for!

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Maple Bacon Biscuits – Everyone loves a good biscuit but these maple bacon biscuits are taking the classic to a whole new level.

Jalapeno Popper Salad – Add a little kick to your Thanksgiving Side Dishes and serve this delicious salad with a kick of flavor.

Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Casserole– I love using a slow cooker for Thanksgiving Side Dishes because it frees up the much needed burners on my stove, this casserole looks amazing!

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Cornbread Stuffing– I am excited to try this cornbread stuffing because it brings two classic Thanksgiving Side Dishes together to form one amazing recipe.

Green Bean Casserole– A classic recipe that is always a crowd pleaser, the perfect way to serve up some veggies this Thanksgiving.

Butter Pecan Mashed Potatoes – One of my favorite Thanksgiving Side Dishes has always been mashed potatoes and when you add butter and pecans, it really takes this to the next level.

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Slow Cooker Rosemary Pull Apart Rolls – I love a good roll and no Thanksgiving is complete without a delicious roll!

Loaded Deviled Eggs– Prepare these in advance so your guests have a classic appetizer to munch on while you cook the rest of your meal.

Grand Mariner Cranberry Sauce– Cranberry Sauce and Thanksgiving go together almost as well as Thanksgiving and turkey!

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Pumpkin Hummus – Tis’ the season for everything pumpkin and I for one am not complaining!

Roasted Cabbage Apple Pecan Salad– Put a delicious spin on your typical salads and spice it up with this tasty recipe.

Honey Glazed Carrots – Carrots should come right out of the ground tasting like this, so yummy!

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Corn Pudding/Corn Bread– This corn pudding looks more like a corn bread but no matter what you call it, it looks yummy!

Candied Yams– You had me at Candied!

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Thanksgiving Side Dishes
Uncle Eddies Corn Bread Recipe– Uncle Eddie sure knows his way around the kitchen, so much corn bread, so little time!


Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Cheesy Potato Bombs– I think the name says it all, cheesy is all I needed to hear!

Lemon Herb Brussels Sprouts Pancetta – Your kids may actually want to eat their Brussels sprouts if you serve them up this way.

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Crock Pot Mac N Cheese– I can’t put into words how delicious this recipe is and to tell you the truth the picture just doesn’t do it justice. This crock pot mac n cheese is a must try and it’s the perfect way to free up those much needed burners on the busiest cooking day of the year!


Whipped Pumpkin Honey Butter– This would be so good spread on rolls or if nobody is looking, eat it right out of the jar!

Perfect Picnic Potato Salad– I always enjoy a good potato salad on Thanksgiving, I don’t know if this is a typical dish in everyone’s household but it has been in mine and I am not complaining!

Garlic Herb Butternut Squash-This photo is so perfect I feel like I need to make this recipe, right now! Seriously I may need to print it out and stick it on my stove so I can be reminded of how not worthy my photos are and have the inspiration to keep trying!

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Artichoke Mushroom Mac N Cheese – This sounds like a fun spin on your typical Mac N Cheese!

Fluffy Mashed Potatoes – When it comes to Thanksgiving Side Dishes, this is probably going to be on everyone’s table. A classic yet delicious recipe that everyone can enjoy.

10 Minute Cranberry Orange Relish– Once again, this picture needs to be above my stove, I will continue to strive for perfect photos like this and I will be sure to let you know how this recipe turns out after I serve it to my family as one of the prettiest Thanksgiving Side Dishes this year!

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

What are your favorite Thanksgiving Side Dishes to serve your family and which ones disappear the fastest?



  1. These all look so good! I am particularly interested in the Grand Manier Cranberry! That would have an interesting taste I think. I love the smoothness of the Grand Manier, and I think the cranberry would have a nice contrast to it. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I can’t believe Thanksgiving is only about a week away. It seems like November flew by. I don’t even know what I’m making for the holiday. This post has given me so many ideas. Now it’s going to be hard to narrow it down to just one or two!

  3. Thanksgiving is one of those events that takes me two day to cook and get everything together. Thank you so much for listing different side dishes. I might have to re-consider some dishes and add new ones.

  4. You had me at maple bacon biscuits! Loved this list of side dishes. My MIL does Thanksgiving so I’ll have to save this for when I get to cook.

  5. Cindy Gordon says:

    I am always looking for new sides for any holiday meal. Sides can really jazz up a table and bring a fun new life to your meal plan! You have some great ones listed here, now I just have to narrow it down!

  6. oh wow do you have me wanting to get something to eat now! lol One of my faves of all times is this sweet potato recipe that has this candied topping that we all have every year as it’s from a local dinner theatre and it’s one of the first sides to go! We make it every year and it’s so good.

  7. Yep we do several of these and they are so good. How do pick? Lol. I can’t believe it’s almost time.

  8. Every year at our Christmas party my friend makes her rendition of slow cooker sweet potato casserole…and it is to die for!! It’s so sweet it’s almost like a dessert!

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