Thanksgiving is near and it is time to start planning the side dishes that will accompany your turkey. I found 16 great ideas that I want to share with you to inspire your inner chef and make the mouths of those you love water with anticipation this Thanksgiving season.
Aromatic Carrots look divine and are sure to bring a much needed splash of color to your offerings.
Stuffed Corn combines two much loved sides into one and it looks rather appealing!
Deviled Egg Pasta Salad keeps the theme of combining two favorite sides in one dish and is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Anyone can serve peas so make yours memorable by sprucing up your recipe and creating Italian Peas to compliment your meal.
Bacon Wrapped Asparagus will add a touch of class along with amazing flavor to your Thanksgiving meal.
You can’t go wrong with Glazed Carrots. They are appealing to the eye and the tastebuds.
Warm Cinnamon Applesauce with Toasted Marshmallows could be a side to inspire drooling, or it could double as a yummy yet simple dessert.
Creamed Onions are a favorite with my family, I think your family will love them too!
Lemon Garlic String Beans will bring a symphony of flavor to your table. No guarantee that there will be leftovers of this dish after your family tries them!
Maple Glazed Brussel Sprouts will get the kids to not only eat their brussel sprouts, but to go back for more.
Sweet Potato, Onion and Cheese Galette would make a memorable side dish. It looks yummy and is off the beaten path enough to entice guests to live a little and try something new.
Radicchio, Sauteed Mushrooms and Golden Raisins is a dish that is bursting with flavor and color. Move over potatoes!
Artichoke Leek Casserole looks nothing short of amazing and would make a wonderful addition to your Thanksgiving spread!
I like the idea of offering soup with the meal. This Spicy Pumpkin Soup would warm your guests up without filling them up too much of you serve it in small cups or bowls.
A Rustic Squash Tart would make a great option to accompany your Thanksgiving meal Squash is a wonderful fresh fall option and the tart makes it fun to eat!
Who says your pumpkin eating has to be limited to pie? Roasted Pumpkin will be a hit with your guests, and they will begin to rethink the pumpkin is for pie idea.
I hope these ideas inspire you to move beyond potatoes this Thanksgiving. I would love to hear about your favorite Thanksgiving side dishes in a comment.
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