Cheesy, creamy potatoes ... need we say more?!
If you can make carrots taste like pie, why bother making them any other way?
Give these mega-sweet potatoes a punch of spice with cayenne pepper.
No one wants to eat salad during their Thanksgiving feast. This nutty, grape salad, however, is unlike anything else. Trust.
Remember to eat your veggies! But don't fret — these caramelized sprouts are crispy, crunchy, and packed with flavor.
This is how the French do "smothered" green beans. The crispy veggies get topped with crunchy almonds and buttery sourdough breadcrumbs for a truly irresistible side.
Butternut squash — one gourd, a million ways to make it. The mix of sweet and tangy flavors from the squash and vinaigrette is a must-try.
These Chinese-inspired sprouts are about to bring serious flavor to your table.
Every vegetable would benefit from a creamy Cheddar sauce. We whipped this one up Southern style with pimientos.
This vegetarian-friendly side is good for your heart and your stomach. Win-win.
PUT. THAT. BUTTER. TO. WORK.
So simple, so good. Embellish these delicious base recipe with raisins, nuts, or fresh fruit.
Sweet and cheesy, these crumbly biscuits are perfect for soaking up gravy.
The dynamic duo — garlic and butter — add creaminess to this classic potato dish.
This salad is pretty much every single thing we love about fall.
Because mashed potatoes are arguably the best Thanksgiving side dish. (You know it's true!)
Crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside. This is the only way we want to eat potatoes from now until forever.
Crispy prosciutto is the new bacon and you're going to want to put it on absolutely everything.
These pumpkin spice popovers will hold you over until pie is served. Maybe. Possibly.
Skip spinach this time around and go for the the trendiest green of the season: kale.
Caper-vinaigrette adds tons of flavor without making this dish feel heavy.
Every holiday meal needs veggies, but that doesn't mean we can't sass them up with maple syrup and bacon, does it?
Cherry season may be long gone, but that doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to the fruit's sweet and tangy flavor. Enter dried cherries.
You'd never know it, but these spuds have been lightened up from the traditional cream-filled version.
When considering the most delicious carb to add to our stuffing this year, we bypassed cornbread and went straight for the croissants.
This is basically just fancy spinach-artichoke dip and it definitely belongs on your table.
Meet the new and improved green bean casserole. She's creamy, she's cheesy, and she even has fried crunchy shallots on top.
Spoonbread is quicker than stuffing and super cozy when served in a cast iron skillet.