See these traditional Thanksgiving dishes, appetizers and dinner sides. Plus healthy Thanksgiving recipes, Thanksgiving casserole ideas and see if you can choose your top 10 Thanksgiving Sides because we were unable to.
If you have come here looking for dinner sides then you have come to the right place. We have sent out a to our fellow bloggers for their best traditional Thanksgiving dishes and they have not disappointed us. They not only sent over Thanksgiving dinner sides but they blessed us with Thanksgiving Appetizers, Healthy Thanksgiving recipes and also Thanksgiving casserole ideas. What are your favorite Top 10 Thanksgiving Dishes?
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Cranberry Jalapeno Jam is made from spicy jalapeno and cranberry and served over cream cheese. Paired with crostini or crackers it’s a favorite Thanksgiving appetizer.
Pumpkin Hummus by The Thrifty Couple is flavored with garlic and cumin and is a seasonal favorite.
Loaded Devil Eggs by Harper Mondays bring a Thanksgiving favorite to a whole new level. Seasoned and piled high with bacon, cheese, and chives.
Feta, Pecan, Cranberry Winter Salad for a fresh green salad with a homemade classic vinaigrette dressing.
Traditional Thanksgiving dishes and dinner sides:
Make these Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes for an extra special dish that is flavored with cinnamon, butter, and brown sugar and topped with miniature marshmallows.
This Old Fashioned Cornbread Dressing Recipe that has been in our family for years. Saute celery and onions and the added flavor of sage, lotsa of sage makes this dinner dish almost the star of the table.
Maple Cream Acorn Squash by Making of a Mom is a lighter dish. It’s an Acorn squash filled with rich maple cream and baked until tender. And could be served with a pinch of cayenne for a touch of spiciness.
Honey Roasted Parsnips and Carrots that are a great way to introduce parsnips to your table, the colors of this Thanksgiving side just screams Fall.
Butter Pecan Mashed Sweet Potatoes by Housewives of Frederick County is made from baked sweet potatoes. Then the pulp is seasoned with hot melted butter and cream and served with pecans on top.
These Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Apples and Bacon by My Joy Filled Eats bring together the nuttiness of brussels sprouts, smoky flavor of bacon and the tart bite of an apple.
Cranberry Walnut Pineapple Salad is a classic dish from our youth. It goes by various names but we love the processed cranberries, chunks of pineapples and crunchy nuts enveloped with whipping cream.
Make a Corn Souffle using basil and ricotta cheese with whole corn (either canned or fresh) and baked with additional cheddar cheese.
Rustic Garlic Mashed Potatoes made with red potatoes and are seasoned with freshly roasted garlic, cream, and chives.
Old Fashioned Green Beans are Southern-style green beans with bacon that make the best country style green beans that you will swear were made by your grandma.
Homemade Cranberry sauce from fresh cranberries, sugar and, orange peel for a delicious sauce. It takes about 15 minutes and you will never touch that canned stuff again.
Homemade Turkey Gravy uses only two ingredients flour and turkey drippings, not counting salt and pepper. Easy and so good!
Thanksgiving Bread Recipes:
Cloverleaf Pull-Apart Rolls are a classic dinner roll recipe that makes break apart yeast dinner rolls using a muffin tin.
Flakiest Homemade Croissants from my Uncle Carl recipe box. Get out plenty of butter and learn the secrets to making the best butter croissant ever.
Pumpkin Cloverleaf Rolls by I Should be Mopping the Floor are a Fall version of cloverleaf dinner rolls seasoned with pumpkin and a pinch of cayenne pepper.
These Rosemary Pull-Apart Rolls by Who Needs a Cape are made in a slow cooker. It’s an amazingly easy bread recipe seasoned with fresh rosemary.
Healthy Thanksgiving recipes:
Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Squash, and Apples from Happiness Is Homemade is an easy oven-roasted dinner side that is packed with seasonal flavors.
Roasted Cabbage and Pecan Salad by Grounded and Surrounded is a warm cabbage salad with a Balsamic Mustard Sauce.
Asparagus wrapped in Prosciutto is not usually considered one of the traditional Thanksgiving dishes but it just might be after you try this elegant presentation of a delicious combo of flavors.
Caramelized Roasted Butternut Squash is one of the easiest ways to enjoy this Fall squash, the roasting just brings out the amazing sweetness.
Roasted Caramelized Broccoli topped with parmesan cheese for a simple but one of our favorite healthy Thanksgiving recipes.
Thanksgiving casserole Recipes:
Butternut Squash Gratin by The Kitchen is My Playground one of the best ways to enjoy butternut squash puree. Mixed with onion, Panko bread crumbs, and grated Parmesan cheese, it makes an amazing Thanksgiving Casserole.
Broccoli Cheese Casserole by Num’s the Word is a crowd-pleaser, easy to prepare and taste delish!
Cream Corn Casserole by Centsless Meals is a flavorful side that is made with sour cream and corn muffin mix. And it’s on our must-try list.
This Roasted Garlic Mashed Potato Casserole is a make-ahead potato dish that contains fontina cheese and freshly roasted garlic.
Cheddar Green Bean Casserole by Healthy Seasonal Recipes is made without canned soup and processed canned onions. But it’s flavored with sharp cheese, thyme, and mushrooms.
Corn Pudding by The Kitchen is My Playground is smooth, creamy and a perfect side for any Thanksgiving Dinner.
Corn and Bacon Casserole by Who Needs a Cape is an easy make-ahead dish that is jazzed up with awesome bacon.
What are your Top 10 Thanksgiving Dishes?