Oh the mashed potatoes…
Although I won’t be hosting this year, I’m on the hunt for a delicious dish to bring to our family gathering. It’s always fun to try something new and discover what you never knew was missing from your holiday table. I’ve asked my favorite food bloggers to share their most amazing Thanksgiving recipes to help plan for the big day. But be forewarned… if you’re hungry right now, you may want to save reading this for later because these ideas are oh so good!
Delicious Thanksgiving Recipes for the Most Amazing Holiday Ever
Speaking of saving for later, if you plan on pinning one of these delicious thanksgiving recipes, please do so directly from the original source. Thanks!
Let’s dig in by mouth watering categories, shall we…
Cranberry Sauce can be a polarizing side dish. Some people believe that it’s not Thanksgiving without a can shaped sauce on the table. I personal think there’s nothing like a homemade version. If you are looking for a tasty cranberry sauce, this is the one by Major Hoff Takes a Wife.
Creative Green Living has a delicious cranberry sauce offering as well and I love her suggestions for what to do with any leftovers which include a super creative cocktail. Yum!
When it comes to the great cranberry relish or sauce debate, I have sentimental ties to relish. My grandfather used to make the most delicious cranberry relish that completely changed how I feel about this tart side dish. Unfortunately he didn’t pass his recipe down to me so this season I’m looking forward to trying out Salvage Sister and Mister’s sweet version.
Is it wrong that I want to make this casserole by Marty’s Musings for Thanksgiving breakfast? No… I don’t think it is.
Truth be told, I’ve only made onion dip with the processed onion soup mix.
The shame… I know.
My Thrifty House‘s fool proof recipe makes me feel like those days are so behind me.
Soups are such a wonderful fall menu staple… I’ll be trying Jolly & Happy’s recipe for sure. Plus check out her super cute table decor. So easy and so festive!
Thanksgiving Vegetable Recipes
With a million and one pots going on Thanksgiving, I’m always thankful for something that I can leave to do its own thing in the pressure cooker. Kleinworth & Co. has the perfect recipe for that.
Sugar & Soul’s Orange Braised Carrots look like the quintessential fall side dish.
Sara’s Maple Mustard Glazed Carrot dish is packed with fall flavor. So good!
Rebecca’s Roasted Winter Squash recipe is almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
Cheese makes everything amazing and this Creamy Broccoli recipe by Trisha Dishes is no exception.
I LOVE brussel sprouts on Thanksgiving and I can’t wait to try Carissa’s Maple Bacon version.
Traditional green bean casseroles are very popular at Thanksgiving, but Rachel’s side dish is a flavorful alternative.
Ummmm… it’s a good thing I’m not attending Emily’s Thanksgiving feast because I would make a beeline for this cheesy potato dish and not share. Then my husband would have to roll my not so skinny self home.
Have we established that I’m all about the potatoes? Good. Then you understand that once I’ve finished off the cheesy potatoes I’m heading for Liz On Call’s garlic mashed version.
There’s something about adding rosemary to your side dish that takes it to a whole new level. I can’t wait to try Happiness is Homemade’s Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Squash & Apples recipe!
Although I haven’t had Home Crafts by Ali’s sweet potato casserole, my mother-in-law first introduced me to a similar dish when I was just dating my man and it was a game changer. Yum!
Liz knows how to serve up delicious potato options and I’m dying to try this butter pecan version.
If you are looking for a sweet potato casserole recipe that you can do in the slow cooker, Trisha’s got you covered.
Thanksgiving Stuffing Recipes
Make sure your guests have tasty gluten free options with this stuffing recipe by Creative Green Living.
Other Thanksgiving Sides
Spice up your Thanksgiving table with A Home to Grow Old In’s cajun rice side dish.
Thanksgiving dinner isn’t complete without dinner rolls and 1915 House claims to have the best ever. Enjoy!
What are you preparing for your Thanksgiving meal? Are you trying out any new recipes for the holidays? Anyone else get crazy hungry looking over these tasty photos? Share your delicious thoughts in the comments below.