What’s the best part of Thanksgiving dinner? While some say turkey, and others hold out for the pumpkin pie, our favorites have to be the delicious side dishes!
So to help you get your creative juices flowing when it comes to menu-planning this year, here are a few Thanksgiving classics that are sure to become favorites for your family as well.
Simply Amazing Stuffing
Though stuffing is one of the most important dishes on the table that doesn’t mean it has to be the most difficult to make. This traditional dish will have everyone begging for second helpings. Check out this super simple stuffing recipe and you’ll see just how easy it is!
Green Bean Casserole
Who doesn’t love the tasty blend of creamy mushroom soup with the crunch of the French-fried onions? There’s no yummier way to get green beans into your child’s stomach than with this great recipe for a green bean casserole.
Potato-Free Mashed Potatoes
Craving mashed potatoes but don’t want the calories and fat? Try Brooke Burke’s scrumptious whipped cauliflower “mashed potatoes” – made without potatoes! You won’t believe how good it tastes to satisfy your cravings with no guilt.
Southern-Style Homemade Macaroni ‘N’ Cheese
This rich, creamy Southern-style alternative puts boxed mac-n-cheese to shame. Trust us, your family will flip for this homemade macaroni and cheese dish.