41 Easy Thanksgiving Vegetables You'Ll Want To Make This Year
Green Bean and Cheddar Casserole
Combine green bean casserole with mac and cheese, and you have one unforgettable Turkey Day side.
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Give your go-to gourd a savory makeover in this soup, topped with crispy sage and mushrooms.
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Smash red potatoes with a generous dollop of sour cream for a rich, creamy, and beautiful Thanksgiving side dish.
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Not your ordinary green beans, these veggies get an upgrade from bright lemon zest, parsley, and toasted pine nuts.
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Parsnips add a little sweetness (and an extra veggie!) to everyone's favorite Thanksgiving side dish.
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This fall-favorite roasted butternut squash gets a little extra sweetness from a drizzle of maple syrup.
Get the recipe for Thyme and Shallot Roasted Butternut Squash »Creamy One-Pot Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Skip the dread of doing dishes and make this creamy side, instead.
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Give Brussels sprouts an extra nutty flavor with browned butter and almonds.
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Trust us, you're going to want to make extra apple cider dressing to drizzle over this flavorful squash dish.
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Once you add balsamic vinegar to this hearty veg, you'll never want plain roasted sprouts again.
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Turn roasted squash into a sweet and smooth butternut squash puree by simply blending in a food processor.
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Every Thanksgiving needs something light and fresh. Enter: This bright and acidic side.
Get the recipe for Lemony Brussels Sprout Salad »Brussels Sprouts with Heaps of Bacon
Studded with big chunks of bacon, this sprout side will be the crowd-favorite this Thanksgiving.
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This flavor-packed side will be a must-have on every Thanksgiving table.
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This hearty, creamy side is topped with spiced, roasted pecans for some serious crunch.
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Hazelnuts add a toasty crunch to this zingy version of a classic Caesar salad.
Get the recipe for Romaine Salad with Lemon-Pecorino Vinaigrette »Maple Meringue Sweet Potato Casserole
We skipped the marshmallows and opted for fresh meringue for an elegant twist on this classic side.
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Roast pears with root vegetables for a sweet and savory Thanksgiving vegetable.
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Spice up this traditional holiday side with paprika and nutmeg.
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This fresh and flavorful Thanksgiving vegetable takes only 10 minutes to cook, leaving plenty of time for watching the Parade and playing some Football.
Get the recipe for Garlicky Kale & Pea Sauté »Roasted Carrots With Cumin-Thyme Granola
Jazz up ordinary carrots with a crunchy, spiced homemade granola.
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Figs bring a natural sweetness this sprout side.
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Sweet maple syrup and smoky bacon add even more flavor to roasted Brussels sprouts.
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We added caramelized onions and parmesan cheese to elevate this traditional Thanksgiving side dish.
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This hearty side also acts as the perfect main fro any vegetarian feasters at your table this Thanksgiving.
Get the recipe for Quinoa-Stuffed Acorn Squash with Cranberries and Feta »French Green Beans With Garlicky Almond Breadcrumbs
Fresh flavor-packed breadcrumbs are an easy addition to make ordinary green beans special.
Get the recipe for French Green Beans with Garlicky Almond Breadcrumbs »Green Beans With Olive-Almond Tapenade
Give green beans a touch of the Provençal with an almond, olive, parsley and lemon zest tapenade.
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Skip butter and add this garlicky parsley sauce to your potatoes instead. You might even want to drizzle it on your turkey.
Get the recipe for Crispy Smashed Potatoes with Caper Gremolata »Pimento-Cheese Green Beans
This spicy take on green bean casserole is packed with veggies and flavor.
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With glazed onions, dried cherries, pine nuts, and crunchy kale, the flavor of this salad is as bright as its colors.
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