Even if you want a turkey dinner any night of the week or you’re only having a small gathering, this slow cooker turkey breast has you covered. It’s simple and full of flavor, the perfect choice that will help you free up your oven for any classic Southern side.
Giblet gravy is a must for any proper Southern Thanksgiving. You can use the pan drippings from the turkey pan after roasting or from your slow cooker to help whip up homemade gravy in minutes. You need this on your Thanksgiving spread.
Homemade cornbread is another Southern side dish that everyone loves. This one is super simple, with creamed corn and Jiffy mix to help you pull it together. And it's one of our favorite sides that we eat for more than just special occasions.
Tired of dry and crumbly cornbread? My recipe shows you how to make it more moist and delightful for your Thanksgiving meal with sour cream and a few more ingredients. The holiday season is complete with this perfect side dish.
Old-fashioned cornbread dressing is another staple of traditional Southern Thanksgiving dinners. The difference between dressing and stuffing is that this classic recipe is made in its own casserole dish rather than in the bird. The Southern cornbread dressing is slightly sweet, slightly savory, and totally perfect!
Buttery and moist corn pudding is one of those side dishes I can never seem to make enough of! Even with this big casserole dish portion, it disappears so fast that if I don’t snag a bite, I’ll never get one. And this recipe is perfect with all of those Thanksgiving side dishes.
Thanksgiving turkey always needs that iconic mountain of mashed potatoes beside it on your dinner plate. Add a river of gravy to the top, and it’s one of the reasons why Thanksgiving is everyone’s favorite holiday. Plus, the holiday table isn't the same without potatoes.
Sweet corn melded with a little spicy green chilies and balanced with plenty of cheese makes this corn casserole a hit every time. If you’re looking for something different to jazz up your usual side dish offerings for your holiday dinner, let it be this one.
This green bean casserole is made with fresh green beans and a few other ingredients that have it ready to bake in just minutes. You’re already busy enough in the kitchen, so let this easy recipe allow you to get back out there and enjoy the holiday with your favorite friends and family before the Thanksgiving feast.
The brown sugar and pecan crust on the top of this famous sweet potato casserole is truly to die for. Everyone needs this type of Southern side dish on the table, and this no-fail recipe will ensure it is thoroughly devoured. Your holiday meal will never be the same with the addition of this popular side dish.
Would you prefer a savory sweet potato side dish? Then this recipe is for you, topped with pecans and gooey mini marshmallows for the perfect finish. Southern comfort foods usually include sweet potatoes, and this classic dish never disappoints on Thanksgiving day.
If you’re tired of the classic sweet potato casserole, sorghum glazed sweet potatoes can be the change you need to see. They’re sweetly caramelized on top and fill your whole home with a delightful aroma.
No table is complete without tart cranberry sauce. It pairs beautifully with sweet potatoes, but if you don’t want to make it from scratch with fresh cranberries or just don’t want to dump out a can and call it a day, try this recipe that helps you make it taste just like fresh!
Now hear me out…you may think pineapple casserole sounds bizarre. I promise, though, that the buttery cracker crumbs, cheddar cheese, and pineapple truly create the most exquisite Southern side dish you’ll ever have. People beg me for the recipe, and they will do the same to you, too.
While cornbread may be a southern staple on the Thanksgiving table, if you’re doing cornbread dressing, it may be overkill. These homemade dinner rolls are the perfect bread accompaniment to your Thanksgiving dinner.