These 23 delicious Thanksgiving favorites will give so many recipes to choose from for your holiday dinner! Along with your turkey and dessert, you will be set!
From garlic mashed cauliflower (such a great alternative to potatoes!) to a traditional recipe for Candied Sweet Potatoes, to add-ins for your stuffing recipe, you will want to come back to this list year after year! Be sure to pin it for easy access when you are ready to begin cooking!
Thanksgiving Favorites for your Holiday Dinner
Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallow Drizzle | The Wicked Noodle
A Thanksgiving Day staple that is creamy and delicious! Topped with a buttery pecan crunch and a drizzle of sweetness for a twist that will have them asking for more.
Creamy Corn Souffle Recipe | Living Sweet Moments
This lovely dish is so quick and easy to make that you will want to have it as a regular visitor to your dinner table. These flavors will make your tastebuds happy any day of the week!
Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Garlic and Parmesan | Fun Money Mom
These roasted sweet potatoes are wonderful for Thanksgiving, but my family eats them all year long and we like healthier versions like this one.
Honey Glazed Carrots | Cincy Shopper
The perfect combination of sweet and savory! This recipe will convince even the pickiest of eaters that carrots are not only good for you but delicious! A buttery, herb-infused blend that is sure to please everyone.
Balsamic Roasted New Potatoes | Attachment Mummy
These new potatoes will become old favorites when you prepare them with this recipe! The creamy soft potatoes and crisp delicious asparagus are delicately seasoned to perfection.
Stuffing with Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme from Amanda’s Cookin’
Admit it. You sang that title. Your tastebuds will be singing as well when you stuff your turkey with this blend of herbs and spices that are the perfect complement to each other. The sweetness of the pomegranate craisins adds a special touch everyone will remember.
Whole Cranberry Sauce from Amanda’s Cookin’
This cranberry sauce recipe has a subtle accent of Blueberries that sets off the tartness of the fresh cranberries with just the right amount of sweetness. And so easy to make!
Slow Cooker Apple Cranberry Sauce from Peas and Crayons
Don’t you just love being able to toss everything into the slow cooker and create something marvelous while you’re doing other things? Me, too!
Sweet Potato Biscuits | Frugal Living NW
Sweet potatoes are always a nice addition to any holiday menu. These buttery-sweet biscuits are one more tasty way to add them to your meal. They’re also fun to make!
Sausage Cornbread Stuffing | Lydi Out Loud
Whether you make your stuffing in the bird or bake it in the dish, or both, you will love this stuffing! The herbs and seasonings that make this cornbread based stuffing stand out from other recipes also bring a warm and comforting aroma to your whole kitchen.
Roasted Carrots from To Simply Inspire
These simple roasted carrots have so much flavor! This is an easy recipe for any night of the week, but your guests will be asking for this recipe!
Muffin Tin Mashed Potatoes from Simply Stacie
Warm and creamy on the inside and baked to a golden brown, these mashed potatoes are sure to become a family favorite. Easy to make and fun to eat, everyone will love them!
Cranberry Crescent Rolls | Beauty Through Imperfection
These little beauties couldn’t be any easier to make. Roll them, fill them, bake them, eat them! That’s it! Warm and flakey with a sweet, tangy cranberry filling, everyone will want to help make them AND help eat them!
Vegan Pesto Baked Green Beans with Almonds (Gluten-Free) from Avocado Pesto
The perfect green bean recipe for any holiday table. I like this one so much more than the typical creamy recipe so many people have for Thanksgiving.
Vegan Brûléed Sweet Potatoes from Connoisseurus Veg
A healthier, vegan version of a sweet Thanksgiving favorite. Creamy rich sweet potatoes with a crunchy brown sugar crust on top that is sure to be a hit at any mealtime gathering.
Cracker Barrell Cinnamon Apples | My Heavenly Recipes
Not a lot of ingredients but a whole lot of taste! These cinnamon apples are great spooned over ice cream or pie, or by themselves as a side dish. You can find many ways to use this sweet treat!
Creamy Slow Cooker Potatoes with Sausage and Chives from The Gracious Wife
This is a really delicious alternative to the typical mashed potatoes. And anytime I can use my slow cooker is a win!
Crockpot Squash Casserole from Raising Whasians
You will have a hard time deciding which flavor stands out the most in these cheesy, buttery, herb laden squash recipe. So easy to put together, this will soon become a slow cooker favorite!
Crispy Sage Potatoes with Chanterelle Mushrooms | Ciao Florentina
Sausage isn’t the only thing that gets its delicious flavor from sage. These potatoes and mushrooms are full of rich aromatic sage leaves, joined with caramelized onions and garlic it’s a tasty combination everyone will rave about.
Granola Topped Cranberry Orange Casserole from Connoisseurus Veg
You will want to add this juicy fruit-filled casserole to your holiday table as much for its beauty as its taste. Wonderfully ripe cranberries and oranges topped with crispy golden oats and pecans for a delicious dish that is picture-perfect.
Brussels Sprouts Sweet Potato Hash | Leelalicious
Crispy bacon pieces and breadcrumbs add the perfect highlight to these sweet potatoes and Brussel sprouts to form the perfect combination to delight your tastebuds! This dish can be served as a side or even a main course.
Quinoa Autumn Harvest Salad | Two Purple Figs
There’s no limit to the delicious combinations you can make with this fall favorite! Add in your favorite fruit or veg to make it even more special. You won’t be disappointed with this easy and quick, healthy quinoa salad.
Acorn Squash and Wild Rice Casserole from Carolyn’s Homework
Warm soft cubes of acorn squash and tender wild rice make for the perfect home for your minced garlic and shallots to live. With a sprinkle of parmesan cheese to bring it all together, what could be better?