40 Thanksgiving Sides That Will Have Everyone Raving
										From classic sides like mashed potatoes and casserole, to more unique ones you haven't experienced yet.

40 Thanksgiving Sides That Will Have Everyone Raving From classic sides like mashed potatoes and casserole, to more unique ones you haven't experienced yet.

Thanksgiving is almost here, which means you’ll soon be indulging in all of your favorite festive foods. Even though the main course of turkey or ham is important, it’s the Thanksgiving side dishes that usually get people talking. Either you’re hosting dinner yourself or heading to someone else’s home and need to bring something with you, but either way, you’ll most likely need an idea or two for delicious sides to bring.

If you’re getting sick of cooking the same recipes over and over and are looking to change it up this year, you’ve come to the right place. From pumpkin mash and butternut squash pasta to smashed potatoes and fresh harvest salads, here are some of our favorite Thanksgiving side dish recipes you can whip up for your festivities this year.

Read on, and if you’re looking for more tips on how to have the best Thanksgiving meal, check out How to Choose the Right Turkey for Thanksgiving, According to Chefs.

Green Bean Casserole

Get our recipe for Green Bean Casserole.

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These crispy rosemary potatoes are a great Thanksgiving side option, and the fact that they’re gluten-free makes it a safe dish for anyone at the dinner party.

Gluten-Free Crispy Rosemary Potatoes

Get our recipe for Crispy Rosemary Potatoes.

These flaky southern biscuits make for the perfect side dish for any meal, especially if it’s paired with a soup for dipping!

Flaky Southern Biscuits

Get our recipe for Flaky Southern Biscuits.

Use up the leftover canned pumpkin from that pie you baked and whip up this simple mixed green salad with a pumpkin vinaigrette!

Get our recipe for Mixed Green Salad and Pumpkin Vinaigrette.

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Or use that pumpkin to make a pumpkin potato mash to boost the fiber and the vitamin A on your plate.

Get our recipe for Pumpkin-Potato Mash.

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