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Thanksgiving Side Dishes


The best Thanksgiving side dishes for Turkey Day! With green bean casserole, sweet potatoes, southern dressing & more, you’re sure to find recipes you will love.

Round out your feast with these amazing Thanksgiving side dishes!



If you are still on the hunt for what to make this Thanksgiving then be sure to check out these delicious side dishes.


They are my go-to dishes for every Thanksgiving and even Christmas too.

The BEST Thanksgiving Side Dishes to make this year!

Chicken Cornbread Dressing

This traditional southern chicken cornbread dressing recipe combines cornbread, vegetables, seasoning, and of course, shredded chicken for that perfect grandmother used to make it side dish.

Homemade Baked Beans

Homemade Baked Beans

This homemade baked beans recipe is the only recipe you’ll ever need. While the beans aren’t “baked” they are the best baked beans I have ever had.

These southern sweet potatoes are the perfect mix of sugary buttery goodness. The best side dish to go with your Thanksgiving meal (or any meal).

Sweet Potatoes

Southern candied sweet potatoes are a traditional southern side dish that’s a holiday and potluck must. Made with just three simple ingredients.

This photo features a bowl of the best potato salad around. In the background there is a blue and white tea towel and some spoons.

The BEST Potato Salad Recipe

This easy potato salad recipe is made with a few simple ingredients, including potatoes, eggs, and our favorite spices.

The best green bean casserole recipe you'll ever taste and the only one you will ever need. Made with only four simple delicious ingredients.

Green Bean Casserole

If you’re looking for the best green bean casserole recipe, look no further. This version requires only four ingredients and takes just five minutes of prep time for one of the most delicious southern side dishes.

Easy Ambrosia Fruit Salad

Ambrosia Salad is a quick and easy dessert, made with pieces of fruit, shredded coconut, and mini marshmallow goodness.

This photo features a blue plate filled with Air Fryer Brussel Sprouts.

Air Fried Brussel Sprouts

Learn how to cook Air fryer Brussels sprouts that are crispy and sweet and are ready in under 30 minutes. They are the perfect side for any of your favorite meat and even make a great holiday side dish too.

Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes

Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes are so easy and they free up some much-needed stovetop space when cooking them for the holidays.

Classic Deviled Eggs

Classic deviled eggs go well with any main dish or even as a stand-alone protein-packed snack. 

Cranberry Sauce

Dinner Rolls

Creamed Corn

What do you serve with Thanksgiving dinner?

So I am curious what is your favorite Thanksgiving side dish? It is hard for me to choose but I really do love my chicken cornbread dressing. My daughter is a fan of the deviled eggs.

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