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Side Dishes to Complete Your Thanksgiving Feast

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Thanksgiving is almost here! There’s nothing better than sitting around the table with your friends and family, saying what you are thankful for, and diving into a delicious meal. Whether you’re hosting this year’s dinner or contributing with a new recipe, we have compiled a few side dish recipes that will become just as popular as the turkey itself.

 

 

Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes With Cheddar

roasted potatoes

We can all agree that potatoes are one of the leading costars of the event. But, with so many different recipes out there, why settle for only one? If you’re a potato lover, you’ll fall head over heels for these scalloped hasselback potatoes with cheddar. Crispy and deliciously cheesy, you’re going to have to make extras because everyone will come back for seconds!

Pumpkin Bread

Fresh-baked bread

There’s no such thing as too much pumpkin! In addition to the classic pie, consider adding pumpkin bread to your dinner menu. This heartwarming recipe is quick, easy, delicious, and perfect for getting your kids involved in Thanksgiving preparation. You’ll probably love this sweet dish so much that you’ll serve it as an annual dessert!

Instant Pot Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut squash soup

The turkey is, no doubt, the main attraction, so it makes sense to have an opening act. This Instant Pot™ butternut squash soup recipe is the perfect way to start off your Thanksgiving dinner. Creamy and perfectly fall-flavored, this appetizer will have your guests eager for the next course.

Kale Salad With Apples and Almonds

Kale salad

If you have leftover apples, it’s time to put them to good use. Alongside almonds, kale, and feta, you can create a salad that is the perfect blend of sweet, tart, and creamy. The apples, toasted nuts, and crumbly cheese are sure to please your taste buds, and have you giving thanks for a tasty (and healthy) side dish.

Corn Casserole

Heads of corn

No Thanksgiving get-together is truly complete without corn (queue the Tik Tok sound!). Instead of corn on the cob or creamed corn, try putting this delicious vegetable in a casserole. Featuring a delightful blend of cheddar and chives, this golden-brown and fluffy dish will warm your body on a chilly fall night.

Now that you’ve got some ideas on how to make this Thanksgiving dinner the tastiest one ever, it’s time to break out your notepad and pen and get your menu ready!