Posted on: November 19, 2020 Posted by: Comments: 0

Last Updated on September 8, 2022

Who doesn’t look forward to the classic comforts like cranberry sauce, dressing and mashed potatoes on Thanksgiving?

While we certainly won’t get into a debate about whether or not the Thanksgiving menu should ever fluctuate, we will leave you with these 6 mouth-watering sides. Spice up the selection when you try something new this Turkey Day!

Creamy Garlic Mushrooms 

You don’t see mushrooms on the Thanksgiving dinner menu too often, and that is exactly why you should add this surprising side to your table next Thursday.

Now here’s a classier take on the traditional mashed potatoes you’ll find at many Thanksgiving tables. It never hurts to change things up and get creative when it comes to the classics. Very similar to twice-baked potatoes in taste, the Duchess Potatoes are creamy potatoes that have a slightly crisp exterior.

Maple Pecan Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potato casserole is always a huge hit on Turkey Day, but why not mix it up this year and try these adorable maple pecan roasted sweet potatoes? Did we mention the maple syrup topping? Don’t make the mistake of passing this recipe up!

Cranberry Fluff

Okay, we’ll say it: cranberry sauce can be a little tart. Rather than a full dish of cranberry sauce left uneaten, try a new twist on an old dish when you try cranberry fluff. With marshmallows and heavy whipping cream in the ingredient list, you can be sure even your pickiest guest will enjoy these!

Creamy confetti corn

If you try one new side dish on this list, make it the creamy confetti corn. We promise everyone will be raving about this yummy dish for Thanksgivings to come. There’s even some bacon in this recipe, so it’s got to be good, right?!

Crockpot creamed corn

While creamed corn certainly isn’t a stranger to Thanksgiving gatherings, this genius idea of cooking the popular side dish in a crockpot is new. Rather than stress out about making everything at once, use a crockpot to make everyone’s favorite side dish this year.


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