8 Thanksgiving Side Dishes


It’s the time of the year where we give thanks to the prosperous year, and it also marks the start of the lengthy holiday season. The best part of Thanksgiving: the overflowing food! Here are the best Thanksgiving food ideas you can try for this year’s dinner!

8 Best Thanksgiving Side Dishes

1Creamed Onion Tart


According to The Southern Living Community Cookbook author Sheri Castle, this dish “makes classic creamed onions seem inventive and stylish.” Best served warm, and if paired with salad, can stand out as a first-course meal.

2Herb-Roasted Squash


A simple roasted squash with a twist of fresh earthy flavors from thyme and bay leaves. Large kosher salt crystals give texture and taste. Really mouth-watering dish, perfect for appetizers.

3Sweet Potato Soufflé


Baked sweet potato casserole topped with pecans, brown sugar, flour and butter until golden brown. Grammy-award winner and Food Network host Trisha Yearwood shared this Thanksgiving recipe on her show; get this dish on your own dinner table now.

4Buttermilk Cornbread Stuffing with Sausage


Best done with super moist cornbread; you need to prepare cornbread at least a day prior. Cut cornbread into one-inch chunks, combine and toss all ingredients, place on a bake pan then bake.

5Four-Cheese Macaroni


A legitimate centerpiece on the dining table, it’s a complete mix of different flavors all in one dish. You can add pecans, breadcrumbs, or bacon on top to create a different taste, or opt for a simple one without the added toppings.

6Sweet Corn Bread Pudding


This savory dish with added Parmesan cheese, rosemary and thyme is so perfect and aromatic; it would drive anyone on the dining table when they smelled its sweet aroma.

7Creamed Corn


Quick and easy to make, this comforting dish is perfect for cold Thanksgiving dinner nights with family or with friends. Add thyme to make it even more tasteful. A really simple recipe, you can do this in minutes.

8Pimento-Cheese Potato Gratin


Cheese and potatoes – definitely a great mix. The sweet and tangy combination makes this dish an instant favorite. Double the peppers if you want to add a little more spice, you’ll love it! Try this one and make this a Thanksgiving dinner staple.