Thanksgiving side dishes

Need to bring a side dish to Thanksgiving this year? The Food Network has developed 100+ Classic Thanksgiving Side Dish recipes. From mashed potatoes to green bean casserole to roasted vegetables, here are some options. Don’t be surprised if you’re asked for the recipe. Enjoy!!

Dump-and-Bake Corn Casserole
This Thanksgiving side dish couldn’t be easier. Part cornbread, part corn pudding, it is moist and decadent. Perfect for when you’re hosting, but also travels well for when you’re bringing a dish as a guest.

Cheesy Mushroom and Broccoli Casserole
Sunny starts with a roux of butter and flour to make a creamy base for her casserole. Add a little heat with cayenne pepper and garlic powder.

Cranberry Sauce
Get Alex’s cinnamon-spiced cranberry sauce on the table in just 17 minutes. Your guests won’t believe you made a side so filled with flavor in so little time.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Roasting Brussels sprouts at a high heat creates lots of sweet, caramelized goodness.

Sweet Potato-Pecan Casserole
Ellie offers up a lighter side that’s full of flavor, with lots of spices and a crunchy pecan topping.

Parmesan Smashed Potatoes
Freshly grated Parmesan cheese turns ordinary mashed potatoes into Ina Garten’s delicious Thanksgiving side dish.

Green Bean–Mushroom Casserole 
You won’t need or want canned soup for any future green bean casserole once you realize how easy (and how much more delicious) the retro dish is when made entirely from scratch — from the shitake mushroom sauce to the buttermilk fried onions.

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