After the events of the past year, this Thanksgiving is something we all can agree is long overdue. Settle into the season and jot down these eight classic Thanksgiving side dish recipes from the Food Network. Each one has a little twist with a special added taste. The dinner table is waiting.
Vegan Green Bean Casserole
This vegan friendly recipe is a side dish that all the family can enjoy for the holiday season.
Parmesan Crusted Potatoes
An easy recipe that will yield six servings for the family. The paprika aioli for dipping make these nuggets even tastier.
Melting Sweet Potatoes
This is an easy, four-serving recipe that finishes in the oven. Top with marshmallows for a delicious finish for this holiday classic.
This recipe is super simple with just a 25-minute cook time and 8-10 servings.
Enjoy this gluten-free alternative to the classic brown gravy we all know and love.
Maple-Roasted Acorn Squash
This highly rated recipe will take your squash to the very next level.
If you ever want to have regular spinach again, we suggest not making this recipe. It’s that good and you don’t need an oven to make it, especially since it’s already full.
Stuffing-Stuffed Whole Cauliflower
Yes, you read that right. Cauliflower stuffed with stuffing. A wonderful and yummy side dish.
By Meagan Brown, TDS Communications Intern