Bacon-wrapped Brussels sprouts. Honey butter pumpkin biscuits. Potato roast. Need we say more? These sides might just become the best parts of your Thanksgiving meal.
We all love potatoes, but consider surprising and impressing your guests by adding this creamy fall pasta from to the mix. It has a bit of everything in it: the crunch of Brussels sprouts and the salty goodness of bacon, balanced by the sugary raisins.
When potatoes are a must, these baked mushrooms from are perfect vehicles for getting more potatoes on your plate, along with the savory goodness of wild rice and cheese.
Getting your vitamins is a pretty easy sell when you toss veggies in delicious maple syrup and cinnamon. This recipe from will satisfy dinner guests with a sweet tooth, as well as gluten-free and vegan diets.
This dish from looks gorgeous, uses ale and potatoes and it's vegan. Can you believe it? All you have to do is layer and brush slices of potatoes in a simple herb and olive oil mixture and pour in the ale. Save the leftovers and fry up an egg for a comforting breakfast the next day.
This grilled take on green beans will impress any guest — and you don't need to tell them it only took you twenty minutes. This dish from combines hard-to-resist phyllo dough and feta cheese with green beans that sure beat anything coming out of a can.
You can satisfy picky eaters and refined palates alike with these baked sweet potatoes from . Cayenne and chili powder give them some kick, while the cumin and paprika make them a great fall side (especially with tomorrow’s turkey sandwiches).
This recipe has all the goodness — and colors — of fall, tied together with a sweet balsamic and orange juice drizzle. Bonus: You can make this dish from a day ahead of time.
Rainbow carrots are indisputably gorgeous, and this recipe from uses their aesthetic to its full advantage. With this tasty dish of crème fraîche, dried farrow, ground cumin, garlic, pumpkin seeds and chili powder, among other seasonal ingredients, your dinner guests will have never been so happy to eat their veggies.
Plain ol' corn is for week nights, not festive holiday celebrations. Instead, bake this incredible casserole-style corn pudding from that takes on a fancy, soufflée-like texture.
Cranberry sauce from a can? Pfft, you can do far better than that. Whip up this flavorful sauce by for a tart complement to your more savory side dishes.
Naturally, you need some bread to dunk in that delicious gravy, in addition to the turkey and ham. These homemade rolls from are a soft, homey addition to any salad, soup or main dish.
If you're a fan of texture, a crispy potato roast will appeal to your taste buds, not to mention wow your dinner guests. Create this dish from with thyme and red pepper flakes for an extra kick at your Thanksgiving table.
This delicious Thanksgiving side dish is a holiday staple that can be made ahead of time and simply warmed up for dinner ("phew," said every hostess, ever). The casserole from is easy to make and you can even adapt it to make it healthier — but really, who's watching their diet on Thanksgiving?
You've probably had butternut squash before, but if you haven't added goat cheese and fresh rosemary, you're missing out on rich flavor and a slight piney taste. This mashed squash from is a festive (and colorful!) alternative to mashed potatoes.
Have a vegetarian in your family? This dish by is a brilliant en-liue-of-turkey option for the non-carnivores at the table — but everyone will love its nutty, fresh flavor.
If you want to spend less than an hour on a side dish but look like a total cooking pro, try this carrot recipe by . A tablespoon of honey adds a sweet touch to this healthy vegetable, while balsamic vinegar gives it an attention-grabbing bite.
Get a little fancy with your classic mashed potatoes with this nom-worthy dish from . Top with Asiago or Parmesan for an incredibly textured side dish that's crunchy on the outside but creamy on the inside.
This tasty salad makes a fresh Thanksgiving side dish, but you'll probably want to pack these greens for lunch throughout the rest of the year. Make this salad from with ripe pears, pecan halves, crumbled blue cheese and baby spinach for a tasty side dish that makes you feel a little less guilty about those three apple pie slices you're about to devour.
We're pretty sure by now that quinoa is never going out of style, and your holiday dinner is no exception to that. Create this cranberry quinoa salad from for a crunchy sweet addition to your spread.
Take your squash to the spiralizer with this gourd salad from that's bountiful with apples, dates and pecans. Its spicy-sweet flavor will appeal to everyone at the table — even those following a vegan or paleo diet.
No Thanksgiving dinner is complete without Brussels sprouts, and even if you have picky eaters at the table, they won't be able to resist this recipe by . A thick, syrupy glaze, crispy bits of pancetta and a sweet and salty combination of flavors will have everyone drooling.
If the name (let alone the photo) of this recipe doesn't make you melt, we're not sure what will. Combine the best flavors of the season with these warm-and-cozy biscuits from .
Bring a green taste of Irish cuisine to your holiday dinner with a traditional side dish of potatoes, cabbage, green onions and butter — aka, this colcannon from . Not only is it delicious, it's a great conversation starter.
Get creative with what type of bacon you use in this playful recipe from — something like apple maple smoke bacon is ideal for the season. Case in point, everything is better wrapped in crispy bacon.
Your nana might just get jealous of this recipe from . The best part? It's made without a single drop of canned soup, but still easy to whip up. Gather simple ingredients like milk, butter, mushrooms, bacon and sharp white cheddar cheese to make this holiday classic.
Celebrate a classic fall flavor with a dash of garlic, thyme and parsley and delicious Parmesan cheese. This recipe by elevates the humble sweet potato to an unforgettable dish.
Bring a bit of the coast to your table with this mouthwatering side dish by . This dip is easy to make the night before your dinner, but with its incredible blend of Dungeness crabs and cream cheese, is a one-of-a-kind holiday accompaniment.