Thanksgiving is at the top of our list for holidays because it’s all about food, family, and giving thanks. Plus, we can eat all kinds of side dishes and enjoy the richness of the flavors. If you’re like us, then these best Thanksgiving side dish recipes are the right choice for your Thanksgiving holiday dinner. You can choose from a Thanksgiving salad with cranberry vinaigrette, honey roasted carrots, slow cooker cheesy vegetables, easy zucchini tomato bake with parmesan, gluten-free stuffing recipe, and more. All of the recipes are perfectly delicious, with perfect textures and flavors, filling and satisfying, and will go perfectly with your turkey! We hope you all enjoy your Thanksgiving!
Firehouse Green Beans With Bacon
Easy, quick, packed with flavors, and delicious – this firehouse green beans with bacon is absolutely the best side dish you could make for Thanksgiving. They’re ready in less than 10 minutes with just a handful of ingredients. You can whip them up while waiting to carve the turkey or warm the rolls in the oven. Serve the beans while they are still warm. Enjoy!
Thanksgiving Salad With Cranberry Vinaigrette
Very delicious and healthy too, this Thanksgiving salad with cranberry vinaigrette is the perfect side dish for Thanksgiving – crunchy, vibrant, and easy to make. You’ll need a few ingredients for the salad and the vinaigrette. First, prepare the cranberry vinaigrette, prepare and serve the salad, and pass the cranberry vinaigrette separately. Enjoy!
Cauliflower Rice & Sausage Stuffing
Full of flavors and satisfying, this cauliflower rice and sausage stuffing is a great low carb alternative and perfect side dish for a Thanksgiving. Plus, it’s ready in just 30 minutes. The recipe serves 6, and each serving contains 7g net carbs. Follow the cooking instructions, and before serving, garnish with more parsley, sage, or red pepper flakes, if you wish. Serve and enjoy!
Honey Roasted Carrots
These honey roasted carrots are perfectly caramelized and tender-crisp and will be an ideal Thanksgiving side dish. Gather the needed ingredients and follow the cooking directions. When they’re ready, as soon as the carrots come out of the oven, you can brush them with some melted butter for extra yumminess and garnish with parsley, if desired. Enjoy!
Maple Sausage Stuffing
Incredibly delicious and easy to make, this maple sausage stuffing is the best Thanksgiving side dish – filling and satisfying. But if you’re not a fan of sausage, feel free to use beef or ground turkey. Also, to save time, you can purchase cubed store-bought bread in a bag at your local supermarket. Follow the step-by-step cooking instructions and bake uncovered for 50-55 minutes, or until the stuffing is a beautiful golden color. Serve and enjoy!
Slow Cooker Cheesy Vegetables
Creamy and delicious, this slow cooker cheesy vegetables recipe is an easy side dish perfect for a Thanksgiving feast. Plus, it is not baked and does not have the crunchy topping. As the cheese melts and veggies cook, natural liquids will create a smooth and yummy cheese sauce. Just follow the cooking instructions, and cook on low for 4-5 hours. Top with remaining cheddar cheese and allow it to melt. Serve and enjoy!
Garlicky Sauteed Mushrooms
Ready in 25 minutes and incredibly flavorful, these garlicky sauteed mushrooms is a super-fast and easy side dish for the Thanksgiving celebration. Garlic + mushrooms + thyme + salt and pepper seasoning = fantastic combination. If you don’t have the whole button white mushrooms, you can use other varieties of mushrooms. Follow the cooking instructions, and when are ready, remove the mushrooms from heat and serve it hot. These garlicky sauteed mushrooms go perfectly with your turkey!
Easy Zucchini Tomato Bake With Parmesan
This easy zucchini tomato bake with parmesan is ideal for serving alongside a delicious Thanksgiving turkey dinner – it will complement turkey and all the other trimmings. Plus, it’s super easy to make, just 10min of prep time to chop the veggies. Then layer them into the baking dish, top drizzle the savory olive oil and spices blend, and finally top with parmesan. Bake and enjoy!
Sauteed Green Beans
These sauteed green beans are such an easy to make and great side dish for Thanksgiving dinner. Flavorful and delicious, you’ll love the combination of lemon + butter + garlic + parmesan + green beans. Just follow the step-by-step cooking instructions, and serve immediately. In a total time of 25 minutes, you’ll have a portion full of green beans with perfect texture and fresh flavors. Enjoy!
Gluten-Free Stuffing Recipe
Filling and tasty, this gluten-free stuffing recipe is perfect for turkey stuffing or just baking on the side as-is. Plus, it’s so good that nobody will know it’s gluten-free unless you tell them. Just gather the needed ingredients and follow the step-by-step cooking instructions. In one hour, you’ll have perfectly baked gluten-free stuffing ready for serving. Serve warm and enjoy!
Maple Glazed Brussels Sprouts With Bacon
This maple glazed brussels sprouts with bacon will be a star at your Thanksgiving side dishes. You’ll need just a handful of ingredients and 45 minutes to make (includes prep and bake time) to make these delicious brussels sprouts. You can also make them the day before you want to serve them – just keep them covered in the fridge and slowly heat them back up in a saucepan. Enjoy!